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[[Tatenda Taibu]] is one of the most outstanding cricketers to have played for the Chevrons. He was
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{{TFAIMAGE|Taibu.jpg|size=150px|}}[[Tatenda Taibu]] is one of the most outstanding cricketers to have played for the Chevrons. He was
 
drafted into the national side when he was just nineteen years old and went to have a very
 
drafted into the national side when he was just nineteen years old and went to have a very
rewarding career playing both international an franchise cricket.  
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rewarding career playing both international and franchise cricket.  
  
 
The former Chevrons captain holds the world record for the youngest player to captain a national
 
The former Chevrons captain holds the world record for the youngest player to captain a national
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His career came to a screeching halt when he  
 
His career came to a screeching halt when he  
 
announced that he was retiring from the game in 2011 to concentrate on the word of "God".
 
announced that he was retiring from the game in 2011 to concentrate on the word of "God".
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Recently featured:  ''[[Roger Boka]]'' – ''[[Mbare]]'' – ''[[Michael Mawema]]'' – ''[[Simon Musanhu]]'' – ''[[Terence Ranger]]'' – ''[[Tocky Vibes]]'' – ''[[Oliver Mtukudzi]]'' – ''[[Zvirikufaya na Keda]]''
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Latest revision as of 08:30, 13 April 2015

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Tatenda Taibu is one of the most outstanding cricketers to have played for the Chevrons. He was

drafted into the national side when he was just nineteen years old and went to have a very rewarding career playing both international and franchise cricket.

The former Chevrons captain holds the world record for the youngest player to captain a national side when he was appointed team captain aged 20. Taibu was a very talented wicket keeper as well as batsman. He has the second highest dismissals as a ODI wicketkeeper for Zimbabwe after another iconic Zimbabwean wicket keeper and captain, Andy Flower

His career came to a screeching halt when he announced that he was retiring from the game in 2011 to concentrate on the word of "God".

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Recently featured: Roger Boka – Mbare – Michael Mawema – Simon Musanhu – Terence Ranger – Tocky Vibes – Oliver Mtukudzi – Zvirikufaya na Keda

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