onstruction surgery in Australia sidelining him throughout the winter.
“The left knee is the one I land on when bowling and it now feels pretty good,” says Ervine, who is based in Perth, Australia between English cricket seasons. “I’ve been gradually stepping up the pace and couldn’t wait to get started.”
Ervine, who played five Tests and 42 one-day internationals for Zimbabwe before emigrating, recently spent 17 days back in his homeland. He stayed with his parents and two younger brothers at the family home north of Chinoyi.
* Zimbabwean Greg Lamb, who was at school with Ervine, scored a century in Hampshire’s first pre-season match.
Post published in: Zimbabwe Sports News