For scoring a record 181-run knock in the fourth One-Day International against England in Dunedin, New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor is awarded the Cricket World Player of the Week.
8 March 2018
Zimbabwe have named the experienced duo Brendan Taylor and Kyle Jarvis in the 15-man squad that will compete in the tri-series involving Bangladesh and Sri Lanka.
12 January 2018
Nottinghamshire have confirmed that former Zimbabwe captain has headed back home with immediate effect.
14 September 2017
Former Zimbabwe batsman Brendan Taylor stated that his move to Nottinghamshire sacrificing his international career was to safeguard the interests of his family.
17 April 2015
The International Cricket Council (ICC) announced its team of the 2015 World Cup comprising of 12 best performers in the tournament led by New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum.
30 March 2015
Wicket-keeper batsman Brendan Taylor will be playing his final game for Zimbabwe on Saturday when his side takes on India in the World Cup Pool B clash in Auckland.
13 March 2015
Bangladesh recovered from being reduced to 32 for four to beat Zimbabwe by 21 runs in the fourth One-Day International and move into a 4-0 series lead with one match to play.
28 November 2014
Zimbabwean captain Brendan Taylor struck 93 to help his side reach stumps on the first day of their only Test against South Africa in Harare on 248 for nine.
9 August 2014
Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) has announced a number of changes with chairman Peter Chingoka stepping down and new coaching and captaincy appointments also being confirmed.
24 July 2014
Zimbabwe kept their hopes of qualifying for the main stage of the ICC World T20 alive after defeating the Netherlands in a last-ball thriller in Sylhet - their second in three days.
19 March 2014
Ireland scrambled a bye from the final ball of a competitive ICC World Twenty20 2014 Group B game against Zimbabwe to score a three-wicket win in Sylhet.
17 March 2014
Otago Volts ensured that they will go through to the Champions League T20 proper with a 100 per cent winning record by dispatching the similarly already-qualified Sunrisers Hyderabad by five wickets in Mohali.
20 September 2013
There can be only one winner of this week's Cricket World Player of the Week award. Zimbabwe's captain Brendan Taylor almost single-handedly led his side's batting in the Test win over Bangladesh in Harare, becoming the first Zimbabwe captain to score a century in each innings of a Test match.
22 April 2013
This week's award goes to Brendan Taylor, who has hit two centuries in the past week, albeit in losing causes, in doing so becoming the first Zimbabwean to hit back-to-back tons. The 25-year-old from Harare has been the rock upon which Zimbabwe's successful return has been built and the captaincy of the side appears to have only increased his already not insignificant hunger for runs. He can only hope that his current rich vein of form continues and that the rest of his teammates can follow his example.
24 October 2011
Zimbabwe captain Brendan Taylor has been named as the Cricket World Player Of The Week after he scored a half-century and a century in leading his side to a Test win over Bangladesh. Taylor was appointed as skipper for Zimbabwe's return to Test cricket following six years on the sidelines and he delivered in style.
8 August 2011
Brendan Taylor has been named as Zimbabwe's new captain and he will lead the side for their upcoming one-day tri-series hosting Australia 'A' and South Africa 'A'. "We have watched Taylor develop into a mature, experienced player and we stand fully behind him in his new role," Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC) Managing Director Ozvias Bvute said.
24 June 2011