Anthony John Ireland (b. 30 August, 1984) in Masvingo. He is a Zimbabwean cricketer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Anthony Ireland"
Craig Wishart (born January 9, 1974 in Salisbury) is a recently retired cricketer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Craig Wishart"
David Travolta Mutendera (born 25 January, 1979, Harare, Zimbabwe) is a Zimbabwean cricketer who played one Test and nine one-day internationals for Zimbabwe. A tall seam bowler, measuring at almost two metres off the ground, he gets bounce off the pitch and has the off cutter as his stock ball. He has had little success at international level, however, as his Test debut saw him bowl 14 overs against New Zealand - coming on as third change in the first innings and not bowling at all in the second. Batting at number eleven, he made 10 and 0 in Zimbabwe's seven-wicket loss. In ODIs he got nine wickets in his nine matches spread over two years, although six of them came against the bottom-ranked Bangladesh team. He also dismissed Australian wicket-keeper Adam Gilchrist twice, however. He has played 20 matches (not all first-class) for Zimbabwe A, but failed to get into the domestic sides, and has not played a first class game since April 2004, when he took five for 62 for Mashonaland in the first innings during a 329-run win against his old team Midlands. ...more on Wikipedia about "David Mutendera"
Dirk Peter Viljoen (b. 11 March, 1977) played 2 Tests and 53 one-day internationals for Zimbabwe. ...more on Wikipedia about "Dirk Viljoen"
Douglas Hondo (born July 7, 1979 in Bulawayo) is a Zimbabwean cricketer. He is a right-arm fast-medium swing bowler ...more on Wikipedia about "Douglas Hondo"
Douglas Marillier (born June 24, 1978 in Harare) is a Zimbabwean cricketer. ...more on Wikipedia about "Douglas Marillier"
Edward Charles Rainsford (born December 14, 1984 in Kadoma) is a Zimbabwean cricketer. He is primarily a right arm medium-fast seam bowler with a 26.76 first-class average whose skill in yorkers is well documented. ...more on Wikipedia about "Edward Rainsford"
Ray Price (born June 12, 1976 in Salisbury - now Harare) is a Zimbabwean cricketer. He bowls left-arm orthodox spin. He is related to the renowned Zimbabwean golfer Nick Price. ...more on Wikipedia about "Ray Price (cricketer)"
Sean Michael Ervine (b. 6 December, 1982, Harare) is a Zimbabwean cricket player. He played on the Midlands cricket team in Zimbabwe and represented the Zimbabwe national team in five Tests and 42 one-day internationals. But he was one of several cricketers in dispute with the Zimbabwe Cricket Union in 2004, and he left the country to play for Hampshire in England and for Western Australia. ...more on Wikipedia about "Sean Ervine"
Terrence Duffin (born 20 March 1982, Kwekwe, Midlands, Zimbabwe) is a Zimbabwean cricketer. He has played one Test match for Zimbabwe against India as an opening batsman, and he scored 56 in the first innings of that tour, making him the fifth Zimbabwean to score a half-century on Test debut. However, in the second innings, he was dismissed for 2 by Zaheer Khan. He has also played 31 first class matches for Midlands, Matabeleland, Zimbabwe A and the CFX Academy. In those matches, he has only got one century - 117 in a drawn Logan Cup game with Manicaland in 2004-05, but he has recorded twelve fifties in first class cricket. ...more on Wikipedia about "Terry Duffin"
Travis John Friend (born 7 January 1981 in Kwekwe, Midlands, Zimbabwe) is a former Zimbabwean Test and one-day international cricketer. Friend captained Zimbabwe in four under-19 ODIs and went on to play a full senior ODI for Zimbabwe aged 19. A stress fracture to his back set him back, but he later returned to the Test squad. One of the 15 "rebels" of Zimbabwean cricket, his Test career now looks finished. ...more on Wikipedia about "Travis Friend"
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