a in their one-day international series at the weekend.
The five-match series was declared drawn at two-all after the last game scheduled for Saturday was postponed without a ball being bowled because of persistent rain in
Curran, who took over as national coach in August last year, said he was pleased with the performance of his youthful side – which included some who had not played any one-day international cricket before Kenya’s tour.
“I was quite pleased with the way the team performed, considering that most of the boys still lack experience,” Curran said.
“But it would be better if we could have some experienced players fused with the young boys. There are a number of top-class Zimbabwean players in
Curran believes the youthful team representing
The two sides would have met in the potentially explosive final match at the same venue on Saturday.
Opener Piet Rinke set
New captain Terry Duffin, only playing in his fourth one-day international ever, made a crucial 39 that seemed to stabilise
Wicketkeeper Brendan Taylor hit 40, Elton Chigumbura 36 and Charles Coventry was the only other batsmen with a double figure as he chipped in with 11 runs.
However, the day belonged to 17-year-old Ryan Higgins who put up a man-of-the-match performance with ball as he claimed four wickets for 21 runs in his nine overs to give
Prosper Utseya and Keith Dabengwa were also impressive as they shared two wickets apiece as brilliant bowling authored