Tadiwanashe Marumani2022-04-08T09:24:21+01:00

Tadiwanashe Marumani

Date of Birth 02/01/2002
Age 20
NationalityZimbabwean
Player Status Unavailable
Playing Role Batter
Bowling Style N/A
Batting Style LH Opening Bat
Entry Route International Sportsperson Visa
Major Teams Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe A, Zimbabwe U19s, Southern Rocks

Tadiwanashe Marumani is without doubt one of Zimbabwe cricket’s brightest batting prospects. Such is his talent; he was fast-tracked to the national side only 6 weeks after his first-class debut (March 2021).

The former Zimbabwe age-group star, who was the fourth leading run-scorer (257 runs at 42.83 with a strike rate of 110.77) at the ICC Under-19 World Cup in January 2020, broke into the Southern Rocks side and excelled, particularly in the T20 format.

He announced himself with a debut 30-ball 60, then followed up with scores of 63* (42), 52 (35), and 51 (34) in 3 of his next 4 matches to finish as the T20 Championships’ second leading run-scorer with 228 runs at 57 (narrowly behind Craig Ervine, with Brendan Taylor in third), all with a strike rate of 159.44.

Marumani quite literally banged down the door, culminating with Zimbabwe selection for the home T20 series against Pakistan (April 2021). In his third T20, he showed glimpses of his undoubted talent hitting a 26-ball 35. He would then go on to belt scores of 82 (73), and 48 (49) in the first two 50-over matches for Zimbabwe A against their South African counterparts the following month.

Over the next few months, he would go on to play 11 T20I’s and tour Ireland and Holland playing 3 ODI’s. Whilst he has yet to replicate his domestic form at international level, Marumani is still very young and has clearly shown the talent that’ll see him become a key player for Zimbabwe in future.

The hard-hitting opener is now looking for opportunities abroad next summer to continue his development. Whilst known for his batting, he is also a very handy gloveman and is more than happy to either bat or keep next season. An outstanding talent, one who comes highly recommended as potentially the next “big thing” in Zimbabwe cricket.

There are no overseas stats available for this player.

Date of Birth 02/01/2002
Age 20
NationalityZimbabwean
Player StatusUnavailable
Playing RoleBatter
Player Status Unavailable
Bowling Style N/A
Batting Style LH Opening Bat
Entry Route International Sportsperson Visa
Major Teams Zimbabwe, Zimbabwe A, Zimbabwe U19s, Southern Rocks

Tadiwanashe Marumani is without doubt one of Zimbabwe cricket’s brightest batting prospects. Such is his talent; he was fast-tracked to the national side only 6 weeks after his first-class debut (March 2021).

The former Zimbabwe age-group star, who was the fourth leading run-scorer (257 runs at 42.83 with a strike rate of 110.77) at the ICC Under-19 World Cup in January 2020, broke into the Southern Rocks side and excelled, particularly in the T20 format.

He announced himself with a debut 30-ball 60, then followed up with scores of 63* (42), 52 (35), and 51 (34) in 3 of his next 4 matches to finish as the T20 Championships’ second leading run-scorer with 228 runs at 57 (narrowly behind Craig Ervine, with Brendan Taylor in third), all with a strike rate of 159.44.

Marumani quite literally banged down the door, culminating with Zimbabwe selection for the home T20 series against Pakistan (April 2021). In his third T20, he showed glimpses of his undoubted talent hitting a 26-ball 35. He would then go on to belt scores of 82 (73), and 48 (49) in the first two 50-over matches for Zimbabwe A against their South African counterparts the following month.

Over the next few months, he would go on to play 11 T20I’s and tour Ireland and Holland playing 3 ODI’s. Whilst he has yet to replicate his domestic form at international level, Marumani is still very young and has clearly shown the talent that’ll see him become a key player for Zimbabwe in future.

The hard-hitting opener is now looking for opportunities abroad next summer to continue his development. Whilst known for his batting, he is also a very handy gloveman and is more than happy to either bat or keep next season. An outstanding talent, one who comes highly recommended as potentially the next “big thing” in Zimbabwe cricket.

There are no overseas stats available for this player.

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