Zimbabwe v Leicestershire
Leicestershire in Zimbabwe 1980/81
VenueSalisbury Sports Club, Salisbury on 21st, 22nd, 23rd March 1981 (3-day match)
Balls per over6
TossZimbabwe won the toss and decided to bat
ResultMatch drawn
UmpiresJLM Shelton, A Wilmot
Close of play day 1Leicestershire (1) 25/3 (Boon 6*, Hampshire 9*; 13 overs)
Close of play day 2Zimbabwe (2) 135/3 (Heron 36*, Pycroft 8*; 45 overs)

Zimbabwe first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
TW Dunkb Agnew7     
*DAG Fletcherb Parsons20     
+RD Brownlbw b Cook12     
JG Heronlbw b Agnew13     
AJ Pycroftnot out104     
GC Wallaceb Cook1     
KM Currannot out55     
AJ Traicosdid not bat      
MHEM Dudhiadid not bat      
RH Kaschuladid not bat      
MP Jarvisdid not bat      
Extras(5 lb, 17 nb)22
Total(5 wickets, declared, 78 overs)234
Fall of wickets:
1-28 (Dunk), 2-35 (Fletcher), 3-53 (Brown), 4-70 (Heron), 5-86 (Wallace)
Leicestershire bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Agnew14   1562--
Parsons20   4581--
Taylor15   4380--
Cook20   8352--
Wenlock4   1110--
Steele5   1140--

Leicestershire first inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
TJ Boonnot out75     
JC Balderstonec Curran b Jarvis1     
DS Steeleb Jarvis2     
JP Agnewb Kaschula1     
JH Hampshirec Traicos b Curran10     
NE Briersc Heron b Traicos7     
*+RW Tolchardlbw b Kaschula32     
DA Wenlockrun out1     
GJ Parsonsc Wallace b Curran10     
NGB Cookb Curran12     
LB Taylorlbw b Traicos0     
Extras(2 b, 3 lb, 5 nb, 2 w)12
Total(all out, 69.2 overs)163
Fall of wickets:
1-4 (Balderstone), 2-7 (Steele), 3-9 (Agnew), 4-37 (Hampshire), 5-49 (Briers), 6-90 (Tolchard), 7-105 (Wenlock), 8-128 (Parsons), 9-162 (Cook), 10-163 (69.2 ov)
Zimbabwe bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Curran13   3263--
Jarvis8   2202--
Kaschula17   6402--
Dudhia5   2130--

Zimbabwe second inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
TW Dunkc Tolchard b Agnew19     
*DAG Fletcherrun out49     
GC Wallaceb Parsons15     
JG Heronlbw b Agnew42     
AJ Pycroftb Taylor8     
+RD Brownnot out61     
KM Curranlbw b Agnew11     
AJ Traicosb Agnew1     
MHEM Dudhiac Tolchard b Agnew0     
RH Kaschulab Agnew6     
MP Jarvisnot out7     
Extras(2 b, 7 lb, 4 nb)13
Total(9 wickets, declared, 73 overs)232
Fall of wickets:
1-50 (Dunk), 2-80 (Fletcher), 3-116 (Wallace), 4-144, 5-144, 6-182, 7-184, 8-184, 9-200
Leicestershire bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Agnew22   2706--
Parsons14   2521--
Taylor18   2421--
Cook15   2380--
Wenlock4   0170--

Leicestershire second inningsRunsBallsMins4s6s
TJ Boonb Dudhia41     
JC Balderstonec Heron b Dudhia20     
DS Steeleb Kaschula29     
JH Hampshireb Traicos112     
NE Briersc Brown b Traicos11     
*+RW Tolchardc Brown b Kaschula54     
DA Wenlocknot out11     
GJ Parsonsrun out1     
JP Agnewc and b Traicos5     
NGB Cookrun out6     
LB Taylordid not bat      
Extras(10 lb, 3 nb)13
Total(9 wickets, 75 overs)303
Fall of wickets:
1-59 (Balderstone), 2-72 (Boon), 3-113 (Steele), 4-140 (Briers), 5-272 (Tolchard), 6-275 (Hampshire), 7-290 (Parsons), 8-295 (Agnew), 9-303 (Cook)
Zimbabwe bowlingOversMdnsRunsWktsWidesNo-Balls
Curran13   0450--
Jarvis3   0180--
Kaschula23   3882--
Traicos29   21103--
Dudhia7   0292--

--> MHEM Dudhia made his debut in First-Class matches
--> AJ Pycroft (1) passed his previous highest score of 99 in First-Class matches
--> AJ Pycroft (1) made his first century in First-Class matches
--> AJ Pycroft (1) passed 1000 runs in First-Class matches when he reached 40
--> KM Curran (1) passed his previous highest score of 16 in First-Class matches
--> TJ Boon (1) passed his previous highest score of 53 in First-Class matches
--> DA Wenlock made his debut in Zimbabwe in First-Class matches
--> JP Agnew achieved his best innings bowling analysis in First-Class matches in the Zimbabwe second innings (previous best was 4-36)
--> JP Agnew achieved his first five wickets in an innings in First-Class matches in the Zimbabwe second innings

The match finished as a draw with scores level. With one run needed to win, Kaschula fielded the last ball of the match, hit by Wenlock, off his own bowling and ran out the non-striker Cook, backing up too far, at the bowler's end.