Alex Falao claimed a magnificent five-wicket haul for the Zimbabwe Under-19s

Bennett, Falao impress for Zimbabwe Under-19s despite defeat

Pakistan Under-19s – 315-9 in 50 overs (Haseebullah Khan 135, Irfan Khan 75, Abdul Faseeh 27; Alex Falao 5/58, Mcgini Dube 3/68)

Zimbabwe Under-19s – 200 all out in 42.4 overs (Brian Bennett 83, Matthew Welch 26, Tendekai Mataranyika 26; Awais Ali 6/56, Zeeshan Zameer 2/32, Ahmed Khan 2/40)

 

Pakistan Under-19s won by 115 runs

Brian Bennett scored a brilliant 83 while Alex Falao claimed a magnificent five-wicket haul for the Zimbabwe Under-19s, even though they succumbed to a 115-run defeat at the hands of the Pakistan Under-19s in their ICC Under-19 Men’s Cricket World Cup 2022 group match at Diego Martin in Trinidad on Monday.

 

The Pakistanis had compiled a massive total of 315 for nine wickets when batting first in what was virtually a two-man show by Haseebullah Khan and Irfan Khan, as none of their other batters reached 30.

The Zimbabwe Under-19s won the toss and opted to field first.

Mcgini Dube struck in the third over, as he had Muhammad Shehzad caught at the wicket for five, with the scoreboard on nine.

Abdul Faseeh stayed in with Haseebullah Khan until the score reached 55, when Falao took a return catch to dismiss him for 27.

Then came a difficult time for the Zimbabweans, as the two Khans piled on the agony with their partnership, which eventually realised 189 runs and lasted 28 overs at more than a run a ball.

When Falao finally removed Irfan Khan through a catch by David Bennett, the score was 244 for three and there were six overs left.

Their opponents used those overs well to plunder the bowling and take their score past 300, with Haseebulah finally departing to Falao for 135 – he faced 155 balls and hit four sixes and 10 fours.

The remaining batters threw their bats at the ball, got runs and got out in selfless fashion, with the number nine Zeeshan Zameer scoring 21 not out off only six balls, including three sixes.

 

The final total was a daunting 315 for nine wickets.

Falao took five of them, but they cost him 58 runs in nine overs, while Dube finished with three for 68 in 10 overs.

With such a huge target before them, the Zimbabwe Under-19 batters had no choice but to throw their bats at the ball almost from the start.

Steven Saul was out for 14 off 13 balls, and the hero of the match against Papua New Guinea, the captain Emmanuel Bawu, was caught at the wicket for five.

Wickets continued to fall, although Matthew Welch made 26, and seven wickets were down for 111 runs.

At this stage, though, Tendekai Mataranyika joined Brian Bennett and the two put up a fine fight.

While Mataranyika played a mainly defensive game, Brian Bennett continued to attack brilliantly, and they put on 83 in 19 overs for the eighth wicket.

Brian Bennett was eventually caught out at 104 for his superb 82, scored off 92 balls with a six and 11 fours.

Mataranyika soon followed for 25, but these two had done much to preserve Zimbabwe’s pride and dignity in a difficult situation.

The last pair took the score to 200 before the innings closed in the 43rd over.

Awais Ali, a medium-pace bowler, had done most of the damage with the ball for the Pakistanis and finished with figures of six for 56.

Emmanuel Bawa scored exactly 100 in a superb team score of 321 for nine wickets, which led to a huge 228-run victory for the side.

Bawa century steers Zimbabwe to excellent start at U19 World Cup

Zimbabwe Under-19s – 321-9 in 50 overs (Emmanuel Bawa 100, David Bennett 58, Panashe Taruvinga 36; Rasan Kevau 3/65, Christopher Kilapat 2/32, Junior Morea 2/59)

Papua New Guinea Under-19s – 93 all out in 35 overs (Malcolm Aporo 15, Barnabas Maha 15, Ryan Ani 12; Victor Chirwa 2/11, Brian Bennett 2/20, Ngenyasha Zvinoera 2/25)

 

Zimbabwe Under-19s won by 228 runs

 

Captain Emmanuel Bawa gave Zimbabwe Under-19s an excellent start to the ICC Under-19 Men’s Cricket World Cup 2022 by smashing a fine century in their first match against Papua New Guinea at the Queen’s Park Oval in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, on Saturday.

He scored exactly 100 in a superb team score of 321 for nine wickets, which led to a huge 228-run victory for the side.

The Zimbabwe Under-19s won the toss and opted to bat first.

They soon lost their first wicket, that of Steven Saul for nine, but after that their batters flourished.

Bawa came in next to join Panashe Taruvinga, and they took the score to 84 in the 19th over before Taruvinga was dismissed for 36.

Then followed the partnership of the innings, as Bawa and David Bennett thrashed the bowling to put on 100 for the third wicket in 15 overs.

Bennett scored 58 of those before he was bowled at 184, having faced 63 balls and hit a six and six fours.

The next man, Brian Bennett, hit out furiously to score 23 off only 14 balls, and then Connor Mitchell came in to play a good innings as Bawa approached his century.

Bawa was out for exactly 100, scored off 95 balls with two sixes and 10 fours, and the next two batters quickly followed him back to the pavilion, dismissed as they tried to hit out during the last few overs of the innings.

The score was then 263 for seven, but Mitchell was now joined by Victor Chirwa, who hit spectacularly.

Both of them scored 35, and Chirwa’s came off only 16 balls, with two sixes and two fours.

After 50 overs the Zimbabweans had reached the excellent score of 321 for nine wickets.

Rasan Kevau was the most successful of the Papua New Guinea bowlers, with three wickets for 65 in his 10 overs.

There were two wickets each for Junior Morea and Christopher Kilapat, but John Kariko was the most economical, taking one for 40 in his nine overs.

After this the Papua New Guinea Under-19 team had an impossible act to follow, and were soon in trouble against the Zimbabwe Under-19 bowlers.

None of their batters were able to dominate the good bowling and those who tried soon perished.

Their top scorers were Malcolm Aporo at number three and their captain, Barnabas Maha, at number five, who both scored 15 with steady innings, but could never approach the scoring rate necessary.

Aue Oru at number was the only batter able to hit two boundaries, so dominant was the Zimbabwe Under-19s bowling, before he was out for 10.

The final total was 93, scored off 35 overs.

It was a good experience for the six Zimbabwe Under-19 bowlers, who were each able to enjoy a bowling spell of at least five overs, and five of them took wickets, with two scalps each to Ngenyasha Zvinoera and Brian Bennett, the opening bowlers, as well as to Chirwa.

Their fielders also achieved two run-outs.

It was a very encouraging start for the Zimbabwe Under-19s, who will face a much sterner test when they play the Pakistan Under-19s on Monday.

Zimbabwe were supposed to open their campaign at the tournament against Afghanistan on 16 January, before taking on Papua New Guinea on 20 January and then facing Pakistan in their last group game on 22 January.

ICC changes Zimbabwe’s Under-19 World Cup schedule

Zimbabwe will now face Papua New Guinea in their first match at the ICC Under-19 Men’s Cricket World Cup 2022 on Saturday after their fixture schedule was changed to accommodate Afghanistan who could not travel to the West Indies in time for the start of the tournament.

Zimbabwe, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Papua New Guinea were drawn together in Group C of the biennial youth event that is set to run from 14 January to February 5.

According to the original schedule, Zimbabwe were supposed to open their campaign at the tournament against Afghanistan on 16 January, before taking on Papua New Guinea on 20 January and then facing Pakistan in their last group game on 22 January.

However, the ICC was forced to change the fixture schedule following the delayed arrival of Afghanistan into the region.

After successfully obtaining the necessary visas for travel, Afghanistan will arrive in the West Indies and undergo their required quarantine period.

To ensure all fixtures could be completed, Zimbabwe’s group matches, all to be played in Trinidad and Tobago, have been rescheduled as follows:

  • 15 January – Zimbabwe v Papua New Guinea – Queens Park Oval

  • 17 January – Pakistan v Zimbabwe – Diego Martin Sporting Complex

  • 22 January – Afghanistan v Zimbabwe – Diego Martin Sporting Complex

All matches will start at 1500 hours Zimbabwe time.

“We are delighted that the Afghanistan squad have received the necessary visas and will be able to travel to participate in the ICC U19 Men’s Cricket World Cup 2022,” ICC head of events Chris Tetley said.

“We have reworked the fixtures for Group C to ensure that all matches can take place within the allocated timeframe and would like to thank the participating members for their flexibility in finding a solution.”

The Bangladesh Under-19s’ total was 277 all out, the last wicket falling to the penultimate delivery.

Zimbabwe lose to Bangladesh in final Under-19 World Cup warm-up

Bangladesh Under-19s – 277 all out in 49.5 overs (Aich Mollah 82, Ariful Islam 40, Rippon Mondol 39; Connor Mitchell 4/30, Matthew Schonken 2/48, Mgcini Dube 1/56)

Zimbabwe Under-19s – 110 all out in 35.2 overs (Steven Saul 39, Tashinga Makoni 22, Brian Bennett 12; Naimur Rohman, 3/18, Ariful Islam 2/6, Abdullah Al Mamun 2/15)

 

Bangladesh Under-19s won by 155 runs (Duckworth-Lewis method)

 

The Zimbabwe Under-19 team went down to the Bangladesh Under-19 side by 155 runs in their final warm-up match for the ICC Under-19 Men’s Cricket World Cup 2022 played on Tuesday at Basseterre on St Kitts.

The Bangladeshis decided to bat on winning the toss, but soon lost their opening batter, Iftakher Hossain, who was caught off Mgcini Dube for one.

The other opener, Ariful Islam, scored 40, but the bulwark of the Bangladeshi innings was the effort of 82 by their number four batter, Aich Mollah.

He scored his runs off the same number of balls and hit three sixes and five fours.

The Zimbabwe Under-19s were doing well, though, when eight wickets were down for 200, four of them taken by Connor Mitchell.

Then the captain, Rakibul Hasan (36) and tail-ender Ripon Mondol (39), added 74 in less than 10 overs to turn a moderate total into a good one.

The Bangladesh Under-19s’ total was 277 all out, the last wicket falling to the penultimate delivery.

The Zimbabwe Under-19s had a difficult task in front of them, and soon lost Panashe Taruvinga without scoring.

Mitchell was playing a solid defensive role for three not out, but Steven Saul came in next and immediately launched into the attack, quickly scoring 20 not out off 14 balls, including a six and three fours.

At this point, though, 27 for one wicket off seven overs, rain stopped play, and when they returned the target had been revised, by Duckworth-Lewis, to 256.

Mitchell was out for 10 with the score at 41, but Saul continued to attack the bowling with success.

His partners, however, were not able to push the score along quickly enough, and at 69, in the 19th over, Saul became the fourth wicket to fall, having scored 39 off 45 balls, with a six and five fours.

After this the later batting collapsed, with the exception of Tashinga Makoni, who scored 22.

The score was 104 for six at one stage, but the last four wickets all failed, and the Zimbabwe Under-19s were bowled out for 110 in 35.2 overs.

 

On Sunday, the Zimbabwe Under-19 side got the better of the Canada Under-19s by two runs in their first official warm-up match on St Kitts.

 

Prior to that, the Zimbabwe Under-19s had defeated the Ireland Under-19s by three matches to one in a preparatory one-day series played in Barbados.

 

Attention now turns to the ICC Under-19 Men’s Cricket World Cup 2022 proper that gets underway across the West Indies on Friday.

 

The Zimbabwe Under-19s are in Group C and will open their campaign against the Afghanistan Under-19s at the Diego Martin Sporting Complex in Trinidad and Tobago on 16 January, before they take on the Papua New Guinea Under-19s at the same venue on 20 January.

 

In their last group fixture, the Zimbabwe Under-19s will face the Pakistan Under-19s at the Queens Park Oval, also in Trinidad and Tobago, on 22 January.

 

The tournament format will see the top two teams from each of the four groups advance to the Super League, while the remaining teams feature in the Plate competition.

The Zimbabwe Under-19 side defeated the Canada Under-19s by two runs in a rain-affected ICC Under-19 Men’s Cricket World Cup 2022 warm-up match played at Basseterre in St Kitts and Nevis on Sunday.

Zimbabwe beat Canada in Under-19 World Cup warm-up clash

Zimbabwe Under-19s – 208-7 in 48 overs (Panashe Taruvinga 47, Tashinga Makoni 39, David Bennett 34; Parmveer Kharoud 3/39, Kairav Sharma 2/46, Gurnek Johal Singh 1/29)

Canada Under-19s – 182 all out in 37.5 overs (revised target: 185 in 38 overs)(Jash Shah 49, Ethan Gibson 39, Anoop Chima 33; Victor Chirwa 2/30, Alex Falao 2/42, Matthew Schonken 1/17)

 

Zimbabwe Under-19s won by two runs (Duckworth-Lewis)

 

The Zimbabwe Under-19 side defeated the Canada Under-19s by two runs in a rain-affected ICC Under-19 Men’s Cricket World Cup 2022 warm-up match played at Basseterre in St Kitts and Nevis on Sunday.

 

Put in to bat first, the Zimbabwe Under-19s made 208 runs for seven wickets in 48 overs, with Panashe Taruvinga’s knock of 47 being the team’s top individual score, while Tashinga Makoni and David Bennett also made notable contributions of 39 and 34 to the total.

 

They opened their innings with Connor Mitchell and Taruvinga facing the bowling of Parmveer Kharoud and Ethan Gibson.

 

At six, in the third over, Mitchell was the first to depart when he was bowled by Kharoud after making five runs off nine deliveries.

 

In his next over, the same bowler caused further damage by claiming the big wicket of captain Emmanuel Bawa, who was caught by Mihir Patel having made 10, including a boundary, off 11 balls.

 

The Zimbabwe Under-19s however recovered from the early wobble as Taruvinga and David Bennett lifted the side from 16 for two with a 69-run stand for the third wicket that was only broken in the 21st over when the latter, who faced 52 balls and scored 34, with fours and a single six, was caught by Kharoud off the bowling of Sheel Patel.

 

Taruvinga’s fine innings finally came to an end in the 28th over after he was bowled by Kairav Sharma having made 47, including five fours and one six, off 77 deliveries.

 

His dismissal left the Zimbabwe Under-19s on 111 for four and in the next over it was 117 for five after Rogan Wolhuter, who chipped in with 14 runs off 23 balls, became Kharoud’s third scalp of the game.

 

Brian Bennett also contributed 14, with two fours, off the 30 deliveries he faced before he was next out at 150 for six in the 41st over.

 

Makoni and Victor Chirwa added 41 runs in a seventh-wicket partnership that was broken when Makoni, who scored 39, including three boundaries, off 60 balls, was bowled by Sharma, leaving the total at 191 for seven after exactly 46 overs.

 

There was to be no further damage as the Zimbabwe Under-19s innings closed at 208 for seven in 48 overs – two overs lost to rain – with Chirwa hitting two fours and one six to remain unbeaten with a 22-ball 28, alongside Matthew Schonken who made four.

 

Kharoud was the pick of the Canada Under-19 bowlers with three wickets for 39 runs off his eight overs, followed by Sharma whose two scalps came at a cost of 46 runs off his 10 overs.

 

Rain continued to disrupt the match, resulting in the Canada Under-19s having to face a revised target of 185 from 38 overs.

 

Their chase got off to a steady start with a 50-run opening stand before Alex Falao gave the Zimbabwe Under-19s a breakthrough by having Anoop Chima, who scored five fours on his way to 33 (32 balls), caught by Matthew Schonken.

 

Mihir Patel was the next to go, for six, after he was stumped by Wolhuter, with Chirwa being the bowler; 74 for two in the 16th over.

 

The other Canada Under-19 opening batter, Jash Shah, was looking good but at 104 in the 24th over, he became the third wicket to fall when he was caught and bowled by Mitchell just a run short of fifty – his 49 came off 89 balls and included four fours.

 

Chirwa effected the run-out of Arjuna Sukhu (3) before Schonken had Mohit Prashar (17) caught by David Bennett, leaving their score at 126 for five in the 29th over.

 

Falao then claimed his second wicket of the match by bowling Gurnek Johal Singh for 16; 176 for six in the 35th over.

 

In the next over, without a run added to the total, Ethan Gibson’s fighting innings of 39, with four fours and one six, off 30 deliveries, came to an end, with Mngcini Dube claiming the scalp with the help of Bawa who held on to a catch.

 

Sharma was run out for one, quickly followed by Kharoud who was stumped for a duck by Wolhuter again off the bowling of Chirwa; 179 for nine in the 37th over.

 

The Canada Under-19s now required six runs to win off the last eight balls, but they could only add three more before the Zimbabwe Under-19s ran out Sheel Patel off the penultimate delivery of the match to claim a morale-boosting two-run victory using the Duckworth-Lewis system.

 

On Tuesday, the Zimbabwe Under-19s will face the Bangladesh Under-19s in their second warm-up game at the same venue before the ICC Under-19 Men’s Cricket World Cup 2022 proper, which is being staged in the West Indies, gets underway.

 

Meanwhile, the four Zimbabwe Under-19 players who tested positive for COVID-19 a week ago have since returned negative results and will be expected to join the rest of the squad upon completion of their mandatory quarantine period.

All four players, who took part in a four-match youth one-day series against the Ireland Under-19 side in Barbados that ended on Sunday, are well and asymptomatic.

Four Zimbabwe Under-19 players test positive for COVID-19

Zimbabwe Cricket can confirm four players who are part of the Zimbabwe Under-19 squad for the ICC Under-19 Men’s Cricket World Cup 2022 in the West Indies have tested positive for COVID-19 following PCR tests administered this Monday morning.

 

All four players, who took part in a four-match youth one-day series against the Ireland Under-19 side in Barbados that ended on Sunday, are well and asymptomatic.

 

They are now self-isolating and will be re-tested before they can join the rest of the squad in St Kitts and Nevis where the team will face Canada and Bangladesh in official warm-up matches scheduled for 9 and 11 January at Basseterre before the ICC Under-19 Men’s Cricket World Cup 2022 proper gets underway.

 

Zimbabwe are in Group C alongside Afghanistan, Pakistan and Papua New Guinea.

 

They will open their campaign against Afghanistan at the Diego Martin Sporting Complex in Trinidad and Tobago on 16 January, before they take on Papua New Guinea at the same venue on 20 January.

 

In their last group fixture, Zimbabwe will face Pakistan at the Queens Park Oval, also in Trinidad and Tobago, on 22 January.

 

The tournament format will see the top two teams from each of the four groups advance to the Super League, while the remaining teams feature in the Plate competition.

 

ZIMBABWE SQUAD FOR ICC U19 MEN’S CRICKET WORLD CUP 2022:

 

Emmanuel Bawa (Eastbourne College, United Kingdom), Brian Bennett (Peterhouse Boys), David Bennett (Peterhouse Boys), Victor Chirwa (Kadoma Cricket Club), Ngcini Dube (Falcon College), Alex Falao (Prince Edward School), Tendekai Mataranyika (Peterhouse Boys), Tashinga Makoni (Wise Owl School), Connor Mitchell (Maritzburg Boys High School, South Africa), Steven Saul (Peterhouse Boys), Matthew Schonken (Hellenic Academy), Panashe Taruvinga (St Charles Boys High School, South Africa), Matthew Welch (St John’s College), Rogan Wolhuter (Falcon College), Ngenyasha Zvinoera (Cardiff University, United Kingdom)

 

NON-TRAVELLING RESERVES:

 

Aishah Chibanda (Churchill School), Luyanda Mtomba (Siziba High School), Tadiwanashe Mwale (Durham Cathedral, United Kingdom), Rugg Declan (Ruddley College, United Kingdom), Tanaka Zvaita (Wrekin College, United Kingdom)

Zimbabwe’s squad of 15 players left for the 16-team event on Boxing Day and arrived in Barbados on Monday night.

Zimbabwe starlets brace up for Under-19 World Cup challenge

Zimbabwe Under-19 coach Prosper Utseya is looking forward to the ICC Under-19 Men’s Cricket World Cup 2022 which he sees as a great platform for the country’s future international stars to emerge.

 

The forthcoming edition of the biennial global youth tournament will be staged in the West Indies from 14 January to 5 February.

 

Zimbabwe’s squad of 15 players left for the 16-team event on Boxing Day and arrived in Barbados on Monday night.

 

“It’s a prestigious event that gives a platform for players to showcase their talent at a youth World Cup which helps them kick-start their international careers and, more importantly, to make their families and nation proud,” Utseya said.

 

Among the players he will be banking on is team captain Emmanuel Bawa, the only player in the current side who featured at the last ICC Under-19 Men’s World Cup 2020 in South Africa where he scored Zimbabwe’s only century at the event and became the fourth Zimbabwean ever to record a hundred in the history of the tournament.

 

Matthew Welch, who was a non-travelling reserve for the last edition, has made the cut this time round.

 

The squad also includes Steven Saul, Brian Bennet and Tendekai Mataranyika who, together with Welch, were part of the Zimbabwe Emerging side that toured Namibia for a limited-overs series in August this year.

 

Although Zimbabwe’s preparations for the ICC Under-19 Men’s Cricket World Cup 2022 were hampered by the COVID-19 pandemic, Utseya believes his team will make a mark at the tournament.

 

“We are remaining positive and looking to go as far as possible in the tournament,” he said.

 

Zimbabwe are in Group C alongside Afghanistan, Pakistan and Papua New

Guinea.

 

Utseya’s starlets will open their campaign against Afghanistan at the Diego Martin Sporting Complex in Trinidad and Tobago on 16 January.

 

They will then take on Papua New Guinea at the same venue on 20 January.

 

In their last group fixture, Zimbabwe will face Pakistan at the Queens Park Oval, also in Trinidad and Tobago, on 22 January.

 

The tournament format will see the top two teams from each of the four

groups advance to the Super League, while the remaining teams feature in the Plate competition.

 

ZIMBABWE SQUAD FOR ICC U19 MEN’S CRICKET WORLD CUP 2022:

 

Emmanuel Bawa (Eastbourne College, United Kingdom), Brian Bennet (Peterhouse Boys), David Bennet (Peterhouse Boys), Victor Chirwa (Kadoma Cricket Club), Ngcini Dube (Falcon College), Alex Falao (Prince Edward School), Tendekai Mataranyika (Peterhouse Boys), Tashinga Makoni (Wise Owl School), Connor Mitchell (Maritzburg Boys High School, South Africa), Steven Saul (Peterhouse Boys), Matthew Schonken (Hellenic Academy), Panashe Taruvinga (St Charles Boys High School, South Africa), Matthew Welch (St John’s College), Rogan Wolhuter (Falcon College), Ngenyasha Zvinoera (Cardiff University, United Kingdom)

 

NON-TRAVELLING RESERVES:

 

Aishah Chibanda (Churchill School), Luyanda Mtomba (Siziba High School), Tadiwanashe Mwale (Durham Cathedral, United Kingdom), Rugg Declan (Ruddley College, United Kingdom), Tanaka Zvaita (Wrekin College, United Kingdom)

Five Under-19 players have been named in the 15-man Zimbabwe Emerging squad

Zimbabwe Emerging side set for Namibia limited-overs series

Five Under-19 players have been named in the 15-man Zimbabwe Emerging squad that will face a Namibia side in a limited-overs series that gets underway in Windhoek this weekend.

 

Reflecting Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC)’s new drive to broaden its player base, the touring side includes young talents such as Matthew Welch, Tadiwanashe Nyangani, Brian Bennett, Steven Saul and Tendekai Mataranyika.

 

Zimbabwe Emerging and Namibia Eagles will first lock horns in three T20 matches scheduled for 14, 15 and 16 August, followed by as many one-day games pencilled in for 18, 20 and 22 August.

 

All the matches will be played at Wanderers in Windhoek.

 

With Namibia using the series as part of their preparations for the ICC Men’s T20 World Cup, ZC has included some experienced players in their squad in order for the matches to be more exciting and competitive.

 

Seasoned international players Chamu Chibhabha, Brian Chari, Richmond Mutumbami, Kevin Kasuza and Carl Mumba will provide the Zimbabwe Emerging side with the much-needed experience against the hosts.

 

Tanaka Chivanga, Ainsley Ndlovu and Faraz Akram are also part of the side.

 

Zimbabwe Under-19 coach Prosper Utseya is in charge of the team, with Eric Chauluka (assistant coach), Anesu Mupotaringa (physiotherapist) and Moses Chitare (manager) completing the Zimbabwe Emerging technical set-up.

 

The team left for Namibia on Thursday morning.

 

Zimbabwe Emerging Squad:

 

Faraz Akram, Brian Bennett, Brian Chari, Chamu Chibhabha, Tanaka Chivanga, Kevin Kasuza, Tendekai Mataranyika, Brian Mudzinganyama, Carl Mumba, Richmond Mutumbami, Ainsley Ndlovu, Tinashe Nenhunzi, Tadiwanashe Nyangani, Steven Saul, Matthew Welch