The Zimbabwe skipper's 71 is the highest by a batsman in T20I cricket in his farewell match. The seven-wicket win also ended Afghanistan's winning streak in T20I cricket. Hamilton Masakadza receives a guard of honour from teammates in his final international game (Hamilton Masakadza bid adieu to international cricket in style with a record to his name. Masakadza scored a 42-ball 71 against Afghanistan on Friday at Zahur Ahmed Chowdhury Stadium, Chattogram, registering a record to his name. The Zimbabwe skipper’s 71 is the highest by a batsman in T20I cricket in his farewell match. The seven-wicket win also ended Afghanistan’s winning streak in T20I cricket.
Masakadza opened the batting alongside Brendan Taylor, as Zimbabwe chased a target of 156. Zimbabwe got off to a flier. Masakadza got to his 11th T20I fifty in 27 deliveries. The 36-year-old hit four fours and five sixes in his innings before losing his wicket to Dawlat Zadran in the 13th over of the run chase.
The Zimbabwe skipper was congratulated by Rashid Khan, Mohammad Nabi and other Afghanistan players as he walked back to the dressing room after his match-winning knock.
Masakadza retires as the 15th highest T20I run-scorer and the highest run-scorer for Zimbabwe with 1,662 runs to his name from 66 innings at an average of 25.96 and 11 half-centuries.
The Zimbabwean cricketer announced his impending retirement before the tri-nation T20I series. Zimbabwe could not register a single win till their last game in the series.
Masakadza’s highest score of 93 is also the second-highest score for Zimbabwe in T20I cricket. The Harare-born cricketer has played 38 Tests and 209 ODIs for Zimbabwe scoring 2,223 runs and 5,658 runs. He has five centuries across ODI and Test cricket...edited for use source IndiaExp
Zimbabwe’s Hamilton Masakadza breaks all-time T20I record in his farewell international game.
12 SEP, 2019
THE Ministry of Justice, Legal and Parliamentary Affairs has increased tariffs by over 150 percent a development that has resulted in marriage licence costing Z$100 and a liquor licence application fee going up to Z$1 500.
The increases are contained in Statutory Instrument 188 of 2019 (Magistrates Court (Civil) (Amendment) Rules, 2019 (No.1).
The SI effectively increased fees for civil courts with immediate effect.
According to the SI marriage licence has been set at ZW$100 up from $35.
Application of civil imprisonment is now pegged at ZW$100 up from $20. Liquor licence application (Bulawayo and Harare districts) for temporary application and late opening now costs ZW$1500 and ZW$1050 up from $500 and $350 respectively.
Certification of documents per page now costs ZW$3 up from 50c. Local court (a villager appealing against a ruling by a traditional leader) appeal now cost ZW$50 from $5.
Notice of appeal and warrant of civil imprisonment are now on ZW$50 from $10, warrant of execution against property ZW$20 from $4, request for default judgment ZW$10 from $2.
Notice of pre trial conference now cost ZW$10 up from $2. Inspection of records is now ZW$10 up from $4 while consent of transfer is now ZW$10 up from $5 and notice of withdrawal is now ZW$10 up from $2.