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Zimbabwean cricket team in England in 2000

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Zimbabwean cricket team in England in 2000

The Zimbabwean cricket team in England in 2000 played 9 first-class matches including 2 Tests. They also played in 7 limited overs internationals.

The first-class matches besides the two Tests were against Hampshire, Kent, Essex, Yorkshire, West Indians, Gloucestershire and British Universities.

England won the Test series against Zimbabwe, winning 1 of the matches with the other 1 drawn:

  • Lord's Cricket Ground) – England won by an innings and 209 runs
  • Trent Bridge) – match drawn

First Test, 18–22 May 2000

Zimbabwe 83 & 123 England won by an innings and 209 runs

A Flower 24 (38)
ESH Giddins 5-15

BC Strang 37* (37)
AR Caddick 4-38

Lord's, London, England
Umpires: DL Orchard (SA) and P Willey (ENG)
Man of the Match: ESH Giddins (ENG)

England 415

AJ Stewart 124* (283)
HH Streak 6-87

Full Scorecard

Second Test: 1–5 June 2000

1-5 June 2000
374 (135.2 overs)
MA Atherton 136 (330)
ML Nkala 3-82
285/4 declared (82.3 overs)
MW Goodwin 148* (250)
D Gough 3-66
147 (75 overs)
MA Atherton 34 (94)
GJ Whittall 3-14
25/1 (5 overs)
GJ Whittall 12* (18)
AR Caddick 1-9
Match drawn
Trent Bridge, Nottingham, England
Umpires: MJ Kitchen (ENG) and DL Orchard (SA)
Player of the match: MW Goodwin (ZIM)

Full Scorecard

External sources



  • Playfair Cricket Annual 2001
  • Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 2001

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