31 Tarisai Musakanda

Tarisai Musakanda Cricket Player

Cricket player Tarisai Musakanda represents the Zimbabwe national cricket team; he was born on October 31, 1994. He debuted in the ICC U-19 Cricket World Cup 2014 team for Zimbabwe.

Tarisai Musakanda Biography

Full Name Tarisai Kenneth Musakanda
Nick Name Tarisai
Birthday October 31, 1994
Birthplace Masvingo
Age 28 Years
Profession Cricketer
Nationality Zimbabwean
Zodiac Sign  Capricorn
Religion Christianity
Education Prince Edward

Net Worth

Net Worth $5 million
Salary N/A
Source of Income Playing Cricket
Cars & House Not Known

Physical Stats

Height 175 Cm
Weight 70 Kg
Hair Color Black
Hair Style Simple
Skin Color Fair
Eyes Color Black


Father Name N/A
Mother Name N/A
Siblings N/A
Wife Not Known
Children’s Not Known

Tarisai Musakanda Career

Batting Style Right-hand bat
Role Top order Batter
Bowling Style Right arm Medium & Slow medium
Jersey Number 31
Teams Zimbabwe U-17, Zimbabwe, Mid-West Rhinos
Test Debut July 14, 2017, Against Sri Lanka
Test Cap No. 101
T20 Debut July 1, 2018, Against Pakistan
T20 Cap No. 49
ODI Debut November 27, 2016 Against Sri Lanka
ODI Cap No. 131

In 2014, he started both his List-A and his first-class debut. Musakanda got his first century in first-class cricket in Dec 2018 during the first round of the Logan Cup for the 2018-19 edition. In the Logan Cup 2020-21, Tarisai was chosen as the Rhinos’ team captain in December.

He was a Zimbabwe’s Test team player for their matchup with Sri Lanka in October 2016. The following month, he was selected for Zimbabwe’s ODI team for the three series vs. Sri Lanka & West Indies. In the three-series championship match, he appeared in his 1st One Day International against Sri Lanka.

He was included in a Zimbabwe Cricket Academy team in February 2017 for a trip to England later in the year. In 2017, in Colombo, Tarisai started his first Test match for Zimbabwe.

He was selected for a Zimbabwe Select team in June 2018 in preparation for the 2018 Zimbabwe Tri-Nation Series. He was included in an initial 22-man T20I) team for part of the multi-series later that same month. On July 1, 2018, in the tri-series against Pakistan, he made his T20I debut for Zimbabwe.

In Sep 2018, at the Africa T20 Cup, he was chosen to lead Zimbabwe’s team. With 182 runs in 4 games, he was the tournament’s top run-scorer for Zimbabwe.


Musakanda was charged with culpable murder in February 2022 for neglecting to report a traffic collision that resulted in the death of a pedestrian. [15] The person was finally revealed to be Zimbabwean tennis star Gwinyai Chingoka, who later represented Zimbabwe in the Davis Cup.

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