Manicaland cricket team
|Home venue||Mutare Sports Club|
The Manicaland cricket team was a first-class cricket team representing the Manicaland province in Zimbabwe. They competed in the Logan Cup from 1999 until the format was revamped after the 2004–05 season. The club played their home matches at the Mutare Sports Club.
|Season||Position||Leading run-scorer||Runs||Leading wicket-taker||Wickets|
|1999–2000||Runners-up (1st in group stage)||Neil Ferreira||501||Gary Brent||17|
|2000–01||4th||Stuart Matsikenyeri||218||Gary Brent||23|
|2001–02||6th||Neil Ferreira||650||Leon Soma||14|
|2002–03||3rd||Richard Sims||596||Gary Brent||27|
|2003–04||4th||Trevor Gripper||432||Blessing Mahwire||18|
|2004–05||2nd||Dion Ebrahim||573||Blessing Mahwire||24|
- "First-Class Matches played on Mutare Sports Club (33)". CricketArchive. Retrieved 2011-02-01.
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