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Last Updated: Thursday, 10 April, 2003, 15:59 GMT 16:59 UK

Henry Olonga Olonga offered England base
Controversial Zimbabwe cricketer Henry Olonga could set up temporary home with his brother in Cornwall.

Nasser Hussain and his player's decision not to play in Zimbabwe could scupper Zimbabwe's return tour Deadline looms over tour
Zimbabwe agrees to tour England next month, subject to government approval.

Flower to play in Australia
Former Zimbabwe skipper Andy Flower signs a three-year deal to play for South Australia.


MORE STORIES

Streak vows to carry on
Zimbabwe captain Heath Streak says he has no intention of retiring from the international game.

World Cup fallout
Failure in cricket's global showpiece has seen heads roll in several of the vanquished teams.

Olonga eyes musical career
Henry Olonga plans to flee to England because he believes his life would be in danger in Zimbabwe.

Whittall joins Zimbabwe exodus
Guy Whittall becomes the third Zimbabwe player in as many days to quit the international game.

Streak rues Flower dismissal
Zimbabwe captain Heath Streak says Andy Flower's dismissal was crucial in the 74-run loss to Sri Lanka.


MATCH REPORTS

Sri Lanka dash Zimbabwe hopes
Sri Lanka book the last World Cup semi-final place with a 74-run win over Zimbabwe.

Zimbabwe humbled by Kenya
Kenya secure a place in the World Cup semi-finals with a surprise seven-wicket win over Zimbabwe.

Astle sinks Zimbabwe
New Zealand stay in the semi-finals race after Nathan Astle's century guides them to a six-wicket victory.

Zimbabwe through after wash-out
Zimbabwe progress to the Super Six after rain forces their match against Pakistan to be abandoned.

Zimbabwe beat plucky Dutch
Zimbabwe keep their Super Six hopes alive with a 99-run win over Holland.

Australia ease past Zimbabwe
Australia overhaul Zimbabwe's total of 246 to win by seven wickets in Bulawayo.

India overwhelm Zimbabwe
A stunning Indian performance in the field reduces the co-hosts to an 83-run defeat.

Zimbabwe grab easy win
Zimbabwe storm to a 86-run victory over Namibia in a rain-shortened match in Harare.


OTHER NEWS AND FEATURES

Fears for Zimbabwe cricket
Former Zimbabwe players Neil Johnson and Bryan Strang tell BBC Sport cricket in the country is in danger of dying out.

Streak salutes retiring legend
Heath Streak says Zimbabwe are determined to send off Andy Flower with a victory against Sri Lanka.

Olonga departure sours match
BBC cricket correspondent Jonathan Agnew says Henry Olonga shows cricket and politics do mix.

Olonga quits international cricket
Henry Olonga retires from international cricket saying his involvement with Zimbabwe has become untenable.

Pycroft quits selector role
Zimbabwe selector Andy Pycroft hands in his resignation because of disagreements with other selectors.

Lamb defiant over Zimbabwe
ECB chief Tim Lamb says he will fight any law suit arising from England's refusal to play in Zimbabwe.

All quiet in Bulawayo
Zimbabwe's match with Australia passes off peacefully, but not without protest.

England forfeit Zimbabwe points
Zimbabwe gain all four points as England's bid to move the World Cup tie from Harare fails.



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