Richard Ngarava
Dean at Stumps
by Dean du Plessis
1M ago
The softly spoken powerfully built left-arm quick bowler Richard Ngarava talks about his long term vision, his willingness to learn from others, and his very close friend and new ball partner, Blessing Muzarabani ..read more
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Brad Evans talking on injury.
Dean at Stumps
by Dean du Plessis
3M ago
Allrounder Brad Evans has been out of action for some time due to shin splints. He is however making steady progress towards recovery. “I’m in a much better place than when I first donned the Zimbabwe jersey”. He has been working exceptionally hard on improving his batting as well ..read more
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Harry Tector
Dean at Stumps
by Dean du Plessis
6M ago
Ireland’s Superstar batter Harry Tom Tector has already made a big impression in his relatively young international career. He talks about his desire to play more test cricket, his very supportive family who have very deep cricketing roots, and regales us with some of his memorable match winning performances for his beloved Ireland alongside players such as Paul Stirling, Kevin o’Brien, and Andy Balbirnie ..read more
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Alec Stewart
Dean at Stumps
by Dean du Plessis
6M ago
Director of Surrey and former captain of England Alec Stewart has a wonderful conversation with Dean du Plessis about his playing career, the importance of crowds attending sport, and the haphazard selections that plagued English cricket back in the 90’s ..read more
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Mpumelelo Pommie Mbangwa. .
Dean at Stumps
by Dean du Plessis
7M ago
His rich and powerful voice has boomed into the living rooms, and crept into the hearts of millions of cricket lovers around the world for the last 15 years. In this wonderful one on one with Dean du Plessis, former Zimbabwean seamer now commentator Pom Mbangwa explains how he got his nickname, describes in vivid detail how he got his first test wicket, and remembers how he and the rest of the Zimbabwean team contemplated not returning to the field after a drinks break, after some appalling umpiring in a test match against Sri Lanka in 1998. Pom also reflects on his time as a commentator, and ..read more
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Antum Naqvi
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by Dean du Plessis
7M ago
Born in Belgium, raised in Sydney Australia, allrounder Antum Naqvi has adopted Zimbabwe as his home-country. “I am very ready and very committed to play for Zimbabwe right now if I get the opportunity”. Naqvi also has a commercial pilot license, however, he has put that on hold as he focuses on his very promising cricket career ..read more
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Dave houghton on The Importance of a positive mindset
Dean at Stumps
by Dean du Plessis
7M ago
Zimbabwe’s national men’s head coach and former test captain Dave Houghton gives an in-depth analysis as as to how how the mindset and self belief of players change as their careers develop ..read more
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The Importance of a positive mindset
Dean at Stumps
by Dean du Plessis
8M ago
Zimbabwe’s national men’s head coach and former test captain Dave Houghton gives an in-depth analysis as as to how how the mindset and self belief of players change as their careers develop ..read more
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"I’m experiencing 19 months of true living” Says Brendan Taylor
Dean at Stumps
by Dean du Plessis
9M ago
Former Zimbabwe captain Brendan Taylor is in the process of raising money to build a rehabilitation and retreat centre in the Eastern Highlands of Zimbabwe. He also shares his 19 months experience of what he refers to as True living after his addiction of alcohol and drugs ..read more
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Streaky was a Captain’s dream says Alistair Campbell
Dean at Stumps
by Dean du Plessis
10M ago
Former Zimbabwe captain and coach Heath Hilton Streak sadly lost his battle to colon cancer on Sunday the 3rd of September 2023. Former captain Alistair Campbell had the unique experience of captaining Heath Streak, as well as playing under Streak when he was appointed captain in 2000 ..read more
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