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Cricket: West Indies v Zimbabwe teatime score

Scoreboard at tea on the opening day of the first test match between the West Indies and Zimbabwe at Kensington Oval in Barbados on Tuesday: Zimbabwe 1st Innings V. Sibanda b Roach 12 T. Mawoyo c Powell b Shillingford 50 H. Masakadza c Samuels b Roach 17 B. Taylor b Gabriel 26 C. Ervine b Samuels 29 M. Waller lbw Shillingford 9 R. Chakabva not out 8 G. Cremer not out 2 Extras (4b, 5lb) 9

Cricket: West Indies v Zimbabwe close of play score

Scoreboard at stumps on the opening day of the first Test between the West Indies and Zimbabwe at Kensington Oval on Tuesday: Zimbabwe 1st Innings V. Sibanda b Roach 12 T. Mawoyo c Powell b Shillingford 50 H. Masakadza c Samuels b Roach 17 B. Taylor b Gabriel 26 C. Ervine b Samuels 29 M. Waller lbw Shillingford 9 R. Chakabva c Powell b Shillingford 15 G. Cremer c Bravo b Samuels 25 R. Price not out 12

Cricket: West Indies v Zimbabwe lunch score

Scoreboard at lunch on the opening day of the first test match between the West Indies and Zimbabwe at Kensington Oval in Barbados on Tuesday: Zimbabwe 1st Innings V. Sibanda b Roach 12 T. Mawoyo not out 45 H. Masakadza c Samuels b Roach 17 B. Taylor 12 Extras (4b, 1lb) 5 Total (27 overs, 2 wickets) 91 Fall of wickets: 1-17 (Sibanda), 2-59 (Masakadza) To bat: C. Ervine, M. Waller, R. Chakabva, K. Jarvis, R. Price, G. Cremer, T. Chatara

Cricket: Zimbabwe weather early Roach storm

Fast bowler Kemar Roach claimed two early wickets but Zimbabwe weathered the early storm in progressing to 91 for two at lunch on the opening day of the first test against the West Indies at Kensington Oval in Bridgetown on Tuesday. Obdurate opening batsman Tino Mawoyo (45) was in partnership with his captain, Brendan Taylor (12), at the interval. Taylor's decision to bat first on winning the toss appeared a bold one given Zimbabwe's lack of recent Test exposure and the fact that the West Indies went into the match with three frontline pacers.

UPDATE 1-Cricket-Zimbabwe slump to spin after solid start

(Adds details to tea) March 12 (Reuters) - Zimbabwe slumped to 162 for six at tea as West Indies grabbed four wickets in the afternoon session on the opening day of the first test in Barbados on Tuesday. Spinner Shane Shillingford took two wickets and Marlon Samuel returned from injury to grab a wicket with his first ball as Craig Ervine was clean bowled for 29 just before the break.

Cricket: West Indies v Zimbabwe ODI scoreboard

Scoreboard in the third and final one-day international between the West Indies and Zimbabwe at the National Cricket Stadium in Grenada on Tuesday: Zimbabwe T. Mawoyo lbw Narine 9 V. Sibanda c Deonarine b Best 41 H. Masakadza b DJ Bravo 6 B. Taylor c Powell b Permaul 39 R. Chakabva b Permaul 17 M. Waller lbw Permaul 15 C. Chibhabha not out 48 T. Mutombodzi run out 13 N. M'Shangwe b DJ Bravo 1 K. Jarvis c and b Best 7

Cricket: West Indies v Zimbabwe ODI scoreboard

Scoreboard of the Zimbabwe innings in the third and final one-day international against the West Indies at the National Cricket Stadium in Grenada on Tuesday: Zimbabwe T. Mawoyo lbw Narine 9 V. Sibanda c Deonarine b Best 41 H. Masakadza b DJ Bravo 6 B. Taylor c Powell b Permaul 39 R. Chakabva b Permaul 17 M. Waller lbw Permaul 15 C. Chibhabha not out 48 T. Mutombodzi run out 13 N. M'Shangwe b DJ Bravo 1 K. Jarvis c and b Best 7

Cricket: Bravo takes six wickets, Zimbabwe make 273-8

Dwayne Bravo became only the eighth West Indies bowler to claim six or more wickets in a one-day international but Zimbabwe still posted a challenging total of 273 for eight on Sunday. The West Indies captain's return of six for 43 off 10 overs were critical to limiting the Zimbabweans' progress in the second one-dayer with Craig Ervine's top score of 80 being the highlight of a much-improved batting effort from what the tourists showed in being annihilated by 156 runs in the first match on Friday.

Cricket: Charles, Bravo lead Windies to Zimbabwe rout

Johnson Charles blazed a second consecutive century and Darren Bravo made a maiden limited overs ton as the West Indies routed Zimbabwe by 156 runs to win the first one-day international on Friday. Man of the match Charles hammered 130 and Bravo finished on an even, unbeaten 100 to lead the home side to an imposing 337 for four after being put in by Zimbabwe skipper Brendan Taylor.
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