List of international cricket five-wicket hauls at the Queens Sports Club

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The Queens Sports Club, located in Bulawayo, is a sports ground in Zimbabwe that has hosted international cricket matches along with provincial games. The venue is Zimbabwe's second-most used cricket ground, after the Harare Sports Club in Harare.[1] The first Test match at the venue was held between Zimbabwe and Sri Lanka in 1994,[2] whereas the first ODI at the ground took place between Zimbabwe and England in 1996.[3] The first T20I was held in 2013 between Zimbabwe and Bangladesh.[4]

In cricket, a five-wicket haul (also known as a "five-for" or "fifer")[5][6] refers to a bowler taking five or more wickets in a single innings. This is regarded as a notable achievement.[7]

The first bowler to take a five-wicket haul in a Test match at the Queens Sports Club was Heath Streak for Zimbabwe against Pakistan. He finished the innings with bowling figures of five wickets for 70 runs, whilst Wasim Akram also took a five-wicket haul in the same match, finishing the innings with five wickets for 43 runs, with Pakistan winning by 8 wickets.[8] The best figures in Test cricket at this venue are 8 wickets for 109 runs, taken by Zimbabwean spinner Paul Strang against New Zealand in 2000.[9] As of March 2018, there have been 23 instances of five-wicket hauls recorded at the Queens Sport Club.[10]

The first ODI five-wicket haul at the ground was also taken Heath Streak in 1997 where he took five wickets for 32 runs against India.[11] The best bowling figures at the Queens Sports Club were taken by New Zealand's Shane Bond, taking six wickets for 19 runs against India in 2005.[12] As of March 2018, a total of 9 five-wicket hauls have been taken at the venue.[13]

As of March 2018, no five-wicket hauls in T20Is have been taken at the venue.

Key

Symbol Meaning
dagger The bowler was man of the match
double-dagger 10 or more wickets taken in the match
Up-arrow Debut match
Date Day the Test started or ODI was held
Inn Innings in which five-wicket haul was taken
Overs Number of overs bowled
Runs Number of runs conceded
Wkts Number of wickets taken
Econ Runs conceded per over
Batsmen Batsmen whose wickets were taken
Drawn The match was drawn.

Tests

Five-wicket hauls in Test matches at the Queens Sports Club
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing team Inn Overs Runs Wkts Econ Batsmen Result
1 Heath Streak 7 February 1995  Zimbabwe  Pakistan 2 26 70 5 2.69 Pakistan won[8]
2 Wasim Akram 7 February 1995  Pakistan  Zimbabwe 3 22.3 43 5 1.91 Pakistan won[8]
3 Paul Strang (1/2) 18 December 1996  Zimbabwe  England 2 58.4 123 5 2.09 Drawn[14]
4 Adam Huckle (1/2)double-dagger 25 September 1997  Zimbabwe  New Zealand 2 40.4 109 6 2.68 Drawn[15]
5 Adam Huckle (2/2)double-dagger 25 September 1997  Zimbabwe  New Zealand 4 32 146 5 4.56 Drawn[15]
6 Waqar Younis 14 March 1998  Pakistan  Zimbabwe 1 28.2 106 5 3.74 Drawn[16]
7 Pramodya Wickramasinghe 18 November 1999  Sri Lanka  Zimbabwe 1 21.2 60 6 2.81 Drawn[17]
8 Paul Wiseman dagger 12 September 2000  New Zealand  Zimbabwe 1 45 90 5 2.00 New Zealand won[18]
9 Paul Strang (2/2)double-dagger 12 September 2000  Zimbabwe  New Zealand 2 51.5 109 8 2.10 New Zealand won[18]
10 Chris Cairns 12 September 2000  New Zealand  Zimbabwe 3 14.5 31 5 2.08 New Zealand won[18]
11 Andy Blignaut Up-arrow 19 April 2001  Zimbabwe  Bangladesh 1 23.3 73 5 3.10 Zimbabwe won[19]
12 Manjural Islam Up-arrow 19 April 2001  Bangladesh  Zimbabwe 2 35 81 6 2.31 Zimbabwe won[19]
13 Ray Price (1/2) 14 September 2001  Zimbabwe  South Africa 2 79 181 5 2.29 Drawn[20]
14 Saqlain Mushtaq double-dagger 16 November 2002  Pakistan  Zimbabwe 1 25.5 66 7 2.55 Pakistan won[21]
15 Ray Price (2/2) 12 November 2003  Zimbabwe  West Indies 1 43 199 5 4.62 West Indies won[22]
16 Shane Bond daggerdouble-dagger 15 August 2005  New Zealand  Zimbabwe 1 17 51 6 3.00 New Zealand won[23]
17 Irfan Pathan dagger 13 September 2005  India  Zimbabwe 1 18.5 58 5 3.07 India won[24]
18 Daniel Vettori dagger 1 November 2011  New Zealand  Zimbabwe 2 43 70 5 1.62 New Zealand won[25]
19 Kyle Jarvis 1 November 2011  Zimbabwe  New Zealand 3 18 64 5 3.55 New Zealand won[25]
20 Doug Bracewell Up-arrow 1 November 2011  New Zealand  Zimbabwe 4 25 85 5 3.40 New Zealand won[25]
21 Neil Wagner 28 July 2016  New Zealand  Zimbabwe 1 20.5 41 6 1.96 New Zealand won[26]
22 Devendra Bishoo dagger 21 October 2017  West Indies  Zimbabwe 2 24 79 5 3.29 West Indies won[27]
23 Sikandar Raza dagger 29 October 2017  Zimbabwe  West Indies 2 48 99 5 2.06 Drawn[28]

ODIs

Five-wicket hauls in One Day International matches at the Queens Sports Club
No. Bowler Date Team Opposing team Inn Overs Runs Wkts Econ Batsmen Result
1 Heath Streak dagger 15 February 1997  Zimbabwe  India 1 8.5 32 5 3.62 Zimbabwe won[11]
2 Craig White dagger 18 February 2000  England  Zimbabwe 1 10 21 5 2.10 England won[29]
3 Henry Olonga dagger 15 December 2002  Zimbabwe  Kenya 1 9 28 6 3.11 Zimbabwe won[30]
4 Shane Bond dagger 26 August 2005  New Zealand  India 2 9 19 6 2.11 New Zealand won[31]
5 Jerome Taylor dagger 7 December 2007  West Indies  Zimbabwe 1 10 48 5 4.80 West Indies won[32]
6 Ziaur Rahman dagger 3 May 2013  Bangladesh  Zimbabwe 2 9 30 5 3.33 Bangladesh won[33]
7 Amit Mishra dagger 3 August 2013  India  Zimbabwe 1 8.5 48 6 5.43 India won[34]
8 Donald Tiripano dagger 24 July 2014  Zimbabwe  Afghanistan 1 9.1 63 5 6.87 Afghanistan won[35]
9 Safyaan Sharif dagger 12 March 2018  Scotland  Zimbabwe 1 8.4 33 5 3.80 Tied[36]

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