Durham too strong for Zim A

It took Durham just under 10 overs to wipe out the remaining two wickets with Zimbabwe ending their first innings on 116 all out and trailing Durham by 77 runs.
By Austin Karonga Mar. 1, 2024

Williams boost for wounded Chevrons

And miracles still do happen, Zimbabwe needs to keep the faith, play their exciting brand of cricket and the results will take care of themselves.
By Austin Karonga Jan. 14, 2024

Sekuru Chirandu was Takashinga Cricket Club's father figure

Maraini passed away in Gutu last Thursday and he was laid to rest in his rural home on Friday.
By Austin Karonga Dec. 17, 2023

Uprising embarks on US$2m cricket ground project

Mukandiwa has called on stakeholders within and out of Chitungwiza to be part of the club’s Silver Jubilee next year by playing a role in the construction of the cricket stadium.
By Austin Karonga Dec. 10, 2023

Lady Chevrons shows love to Chinyaradzo

The day started with a ball-game engagement at Takashinga Cricket Club where cricket enthusiasts from Chinyaradzo were taken through some cricket orientation.
By Austin Karonga Dec. 3, 2023

Uganda hails Takashinga Cricket facility

Cricket Cranes captain Brian Masaba described their stay in Highfield as worth the experience.
By Austin Karonga Nov. 26, 2023

Chigumbura appointed Takaz head coach

The former all-rounder and hard hitter of the game retired from international cricket in November 2020 after an eventful and glittering career spurning for 16 years.
By Austin Karonga Nov. 10, 2023

Spiritual home of Zim Black cricket gets global recognition

Andy Flower, then Zimbabwe’s best player, took his father’s lead in identifying Highfield as crucial for cricket in the southern African nation, which was under white minority rule until 1980.
By AP Jul. 7, 2023