. Middle-order batsman Coventry has joined Portsmouth-based United Services, while left-arm spinner Dabengwa will play for Lymington.
Leg-spinner Mushtaq Ahmed and paceman Naved-ul-Hasan have dominated Sussex’s explosive start to the Championship season. The Pakistan pair returned remarkable match figures of 10-37 and 9-70 respectively as Durham, the home team, were demolished by an innings and 39 runs inside two days.
Graeme Hick, the veteran Zimbabwean who turned 40 last week, scored only 23 and 7 for Worcestershire who scrambled a home draw with Glamorgan, the bottom team. Worcestershire finished 151 runs behind with nine wickets down. Arul Suppiah, Somerset’s highly-rated Malaysian-born opener, was out for 99 in the home draw with Leicestershire.
BY JOHN HUGHES
LONDON - Zimbabwean international cricketers Charles Coventry and Keith Dabengwa, who featured in their country's recent one-day series in the West Indies, have arrived in England to play club cricket in the Southern League.
Both players have signed for Hampshire clubs