Zimbabwean cricket team in South Africa in 2006-07

Zimbabwean cricket team in South Africa in 2006-07

Infobox_Cricket_series_begin
series_name = Zimbabweans in South Africa in 2006–07
team2_

team2_name = South Africa
team1_
| team1_name = Zimbabwe
from_date = 13 September
to_date = 20 September 2006
team1_captain = Prosper Utseya
team2_captain = Jacques Kallis
Infobox Cricket series ODI
no_of_ODIs = 3
team1_ODIs_won = 0
team2_ODIs_won = 3
team1_ODIs_most_runs = Chamu Chibhabha (121)
team2_ODIs_most_runs = Mark Boucher (155)
team1_ODIs_most_wickets = Anthony Ireland and Ed Rainsford (3)
team2_ODIs_most_wickets = Jacques Kallis and Andre Nel (4)
player_of_ODI_series = Mark Boucher (South Africa)

The Zimbabwean cricket team toured South Africa for three One-day Internationals and one Twenty20 match against Eagles from 13 September to 20 September 2006.

South Africa won the series 3–0.Zimbabwe were described by Independent Online as a side of "no more than club standard", and the tour was described by South African coach Mickey Arthur as "part of the training camp" for the 2006 ICC Champions Trophy. [ [http://www.int.iol.co.za/index.php?set_id=6&click_id=4&art_id=vn20060910112050206C294143 Zim pushovers arrive for the slaughter] , from iol.co.za, retrieved 10 September 2006]

chedule

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Matches

Tour match: Eagles v Zimbabweans

"Eagles won by nine wickets" [ [http://content-usa.cricinfo.com/ci/engine/match/255960.html Eagles v Zimbabweans scorecard] , from Cricinfo, retrieved 13 September 2005]

Zimbabwe lost their last nine wickets for 24 runs, against a bowling attack including three former South Africa internationals in Johannes van der Wath, Roger Telemachus and Nicky Boje. Opener Davey Jacobs hit an unbeaten half-century in reply, as Eagles overcame the target of 104 inside 11.4 of the 20 allotted overs.

1st One-day International, 15 September

Limited overs international
batting first

batting first = Zimbabwe
score first innings = 201/7
overs first innings = 50
batting first highest scorer = Vusimuzi Sibanda
batting first highest scorer initial form = V Sibanda
batting first highest score = 51
batting first highest score balls faced = 78
bowling first best bowler = Jacques Kallis
bowling first best bowler initial form = JH Kallis
bowling first best figures = 2/17 [6] | batting second

batting second = South Africa
score second innings = 202/5
overs second innings = 43.5
batting second highest scorer = Boeta Dippenaar
batting second highest scorer initial form = HH Dippenaar
batting second highest score = 85*
batting second highest score balls faced = 127
bowling second best bowler = Ed Rainsford
bowling second best bowler initial form = EC Rainsford
bowling second best figures = 2/29 [10]
winning team = South Africa
win margin = five wickets [ [http://content-uk.cricinfo.com/rsavzim/engine/match/255961.html Cricinfo - 1st ODI: South Africa v Zimbabwe at Bloemfontein, Sep 15, 2006] , from Cricinfo, retrieved 16 September 2006]
stadium = Goodyear Park
city = Bloemfontein
country = South Africa
umpire1 = Daryl Harper
umpire1 initial form = DJ Harper
umpire1 country = Australia
umpire1 country short form = Aus
umpire2 = Brian Jerling
umpire2 initial form = BG Jerling
umpire2 country = South Africa
umpire2 country short form = SA
MOTM = Boeta Dippenaar
MOTM initial form = HH Dippenaar
MOTM country = South African cricket team
MOTM ctry short form = SA

Vusimuzi Sibanda top scored for Zimbabwe with his fifth One-day International half-century, as the only one to pass 40 in South Africa's innings. Justice Chibhabha and Hamilton Masakadza contributed 30s as Zimbabwe made it 137 for two after the 33rd over, but the last 17 provided runs at a slower rate as Jacques Kallis, Makhaya Ntini and Shaun Pollock kept the run rate when they bowled below three an over. Robin Peterson's five overs cost 35, however, and he was the least economical bowler of the match (excluding Hamilton Masakadza who didn't bowl a full over).

South Africa lost their first three wickets within 10 overs, scoring 33 as Loots Bosman, Herschelle Gibbs and Jacques Kallis, but a 121-run partnership between Boeta Dippenaar and J. P. Duminy left 48 runs from the remaining 17 overs. Despite wickets from Stuart Matsikenyeri and Ed Rainsford, South Africa made it through with five wickets to spare.

2nd One-day International(Replay), 18 September

Limited overs international
batting first

batting first = Zimbabwe
score first innings = 152
overs first innings = 49.4
batting first highest scorer = Chamu Chibhabha
batting first highest scorer initial form = C Chibhabha
batting first highest score = 38
batting first highest score balls faced = 101
bowling first best bowler = Andrew Hall
bowling first best bowler initial form = AJ Hall
bowling first best figures = 3/23 [8.4] | batting second

batting second = South Africa
score second innings = 156/4
overs second innings = 27.4
batting second highest scorer = Loots Bosman
batting second highest scorer initial form = LL Bosman
batting second highest score = 38
batting second highest score balls faced = 29
bowling second best bowler = Piet Rinke
bowling second best bowler initial form = HP Rinke
bowling second best figures = 2/35 [6]
winning team = South Africa
win margin = four wickets [ [http://content-uk.cricinfo.com/rsavzim/engine/match/259793.html Cricinfo - 2nd ODI Replay: South Africa v Zimbabwe at East London, Sep 18, 2006] , from Cricinfo, retrieved 18 September 2006]
stadium = Buffalo Park
city = East London, South Africa
country = South Africa
umpire1 = Daryl Harper
umpire1 initial form = DJ Harper
umpire1 country = Australia
umpire1 country short form = Aus
umpire2 = Ian Howell
umpire2 initial form = IL Howell
umpire2 country = South Africa
umpire2 country short form = SA
MOTM = Andrew Hall
MOTM initial form = AJ Hall
MOTM country = South African cricket team
MOTM ctry short form = SA

The Second ODI was initially scheduled to be played on 17 September but was abandoned without a ball being bowled. It was replayed on 18 September. Zimbabwe won the toss and elected to bat first. Chamu Chibhabha top scored for the tourists with 38 off 101 balls. Elton Chigumbura made 30 while Tafadzwa Mufambisi and Prosper Utseya contributed 20s as Zimbabwe were bundled out for 152 inside 50 overs. Andrew Hall was the pick of the South African bowlers picking up 3 wickets for 23 runs. Makhaya Ntini, Robin Peterson and Jacques Kallis picked up 2 wickets each.

Boeta Dippenaar was the first wicket to fall for South Africa in the 4th over. However Loots Bosman played aggressively to score 38 runs off just 29 balls hitting 2 sixes in the process. By the time Jacques Kallis fell, South Africa needed 43 runs from 184 balls. J. P. Duminy and Justin Kemp took South Africa home inside 30 overs. Andrew Hall was declared Man of the Match.

3rd One-day International, 20 September

Limited overs international
batting first

batting first = South Africa
score first innings = 418/5
overs first innings = 50
batting first highest scorer = Mark Boucher
batting first highest scorer initial form = MV Boucher
batting first highest score = 147
batting first highest score balls faced = 68
bowling first best bowler = Tafadzwa Kamungozi
bowling first best bowler initial form = T Kamungozi
bowling first best figures = 2/70 [10] | batting second

batting second = Zimbabwe
score second innings = 247/4
overs second innings = 50
batting second highest scorer = Terry Duffin
batting second highest scorer initial form = T Duffin
batting second highest score = 88
batting second highest score balls faced = 134
bowling second best bowler = Roger Telemachus
bowling second best bowler initial form = R Telemachus
bowling second best figures = 2/33 [8]
winning team = South Africa
win margin = 171 runs [ [http://content-usa.cricinfo.com/rsavzim/engine/match/257470.html Cricinfo - 3rd ODI: South Africa v Zimbabwe at Potchefstroom, Sep 20, 2006] , from Cricinfo, retrieved 20 September 2006]
stadium = Sedgars Park
city = Potchefstroom
country = South Africa
umpire1 = Daryl Harper
umpire1 initial form = DJ Harper
umpire1 country = Australia
umpire1 country short form = Aus
umpire2 = Brian Jerling
umpire2 initial form = BG Jerling
umpire2 country = South Africa
umpire2 country short form = SA
MOTM = Mark Boucher
MOTM initial form = MV Boucher
MOTM country = South African cricket team
MOTM ctry short form = SA

Zimbabwe were "beaten to their knees by a brutal display of power" [http://content-usa.cricinfo.com/rsavzim/content/story/260093.html Cricinfo Match Report] , by George Binoy, retrieved September 20,2006] that began with the openers Loots Bosman and Alviro Petersen before Mark Boucher came in and registered his first one-day century in his 220th match, and also the second quickest of all time. [ [http://www.cricinfo.com/db/STATS/ODIS/BATTING/ODI_BAT_FASTEST_100S.html ODI: Fastest Centuries/Fifties] , from Cricinfo, retrieved 21 September 2006] This was the fourth total of more than 400 in ODI history, and the second time in four games that South Africa scored more than 400. [ [http://www.cricinfo.com/db/STATS/ODIS/TEAM/ODI_HIGH_TEAM_TOTALS.html ODIs - Highest Team Totals] , from Cricinfo, retrieved 21 September 2006] Both the openers scored 80s, and Bosman was the first to fall with the score on 160 in the 21st over. Captain Jacques Kallis scored a 50 off 59 balls. However it was Mark Boucher who turned out to be the hero of the day. He scored 147 off just 68 balls which included 10 sixes. Zimbabwe's "shoddy" fielding helped: he was dropped six times. Ed Rainsford was the only Zimbabwean bowler whose economy rate was below 6 runs per over, though Prosper Utseya and Tafadzwa Kamungozi picked up two wickets each but went for 77 and 70 runs respectively.

The match "effectively ended after the first innings", according to the Cricinfo report, as Zimbabwe batted out the 50 overs without losing wickets. Terry Duffin led the resistance with a defiant 87, supported by Chamu Chibhabha and Hamilton Masakadza, with whom he added 94 and 102 for the second and third wickets. Zimbabwe finished with 247 for 4, their highest total of the series, and their highest total against a top-eight nation (the Test nations excluding 10th-ranked Bangladesh), since May 2006. [ [http://stats.cricinfo.com/guru?sdb=team;team=ZIM;class=oditeam;filter=advanced;opposition=0;notopposition=0;homeaway=0;continent=0;country=0;notcountry=0;groundid=0;season=0;startdefault=1983-06-09;start=1983-06-09;decade=0;enddefault=2006-09-20;end=2006-09-20;tourneyid=0;finals=0;daynight=0;toss=0;scheduledovers=0;scheduleddays=0;innings=0;followon=0;result=0;seriesresult=0;captainid=0;recent=;viewtype=list;runslow=246;runshigh=;wicketslow=;wicketshigh=;ballslow=;ballshigh=;bpo=0;overslow=;overshigh=;batevent=0;conclow=;conchigh=;takenlow=;takenhigh=;ballsbowledlow=;ballsbowledhigh=;bpobowled=;oversbowledlow=;oversbowledhigh=;bowlevent=0;submit=1;.cgifields=viewtype Cricinfo StatsGuru] , retrieved 21 September 2006]

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