The story so far...
Against the President's XI he was caught off a leading edge at mid-off, second ball, for nought.
His footwork got him into trouble against Mashonaland, being twice caught behind when sparring outside off stump. His scores were two and seven.
In the one-day Sunday match against Matabeleland he chipped a catch to short square leg, but had hit five boundaries, scoring 28 in 29 balls.
Yesterday, the best ball of the day - an away swinger of near yorker length - ripped out his middle stump. He stayed 14 balls and played one scoring shot before his anguished walk back to the pavilion (below).
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|Publication:||The Mirror (London, England)|
|Date:||Dec 11, 1996|
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