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Below are some of my sex chats

 

Married 52 year old cricketer Wayne Robert James in musvo saga

The sportsman who is accused of sending his musvos (in our possession) to women online also spent quite some time sex chatting.

Below are some of the chats.

[06/03, 6:03 pm] Hillary : How are you?

[06/03, 6:03 pm] Hillary: Hi there

[06/03, 6:03 pm] Hillary : I have details about sexcapades
Involving Wayne James
The former cricket player

[06/03, 6:03 pm] Hillary : He fishes for women online

[06/03, 6:03 pm] Hillary : I am referred to you by a close friend at zimpapers.I have details about sexcapades involving Wayne James the former cricket player.He fishes for women online.Pays for sex.

[14/11/2017 09:59] ‪+263 77 : hi ….. would like to book a massage and happy ending. I got your number from classifieds…

[14/11/2017 09:59] #GameChanger: Hiya. when?

[14/11/2017 10:01] ‪+263 77 : I have a hectic schedule so I will advise…. How much is it? Is it possible to have sex????

[14/11/2017 10:03] ‪+263 77 : I am really horny…

[14/11/2017 10:03] #GameChanger: It’s $65. You can book wherever you want.

[14/11/2017 10:03] ‪+263 77 : Are you adventurous? Can you suck my cocktail while we drive around???

[14/11/2017 10:04] #GameChanger: You sound naughty

[17/11, 09:18] ‪+263 73 : Morning, sorry I have a hectic schedule. I travel a lot….

[17/11/2017 09:21] #GameChanger: Morning yes I know you travel a lot. You mean you have forgotten l know you from that naughty place in Greendale Harare?

[17/11/2017 09:25] ‪+263 77 : Hahaha!!

[17/11/2017 09:29] ‪+263 77 : Show me that pussy…

[17/11/2017 10:10] #GameChanger: Can you handle?

[17/11/2017 10:15] ‪+263 77 : Sure, bring it on!!!!

[17/11/2017 13:48] ‪+263 77 : Would love to bury my cock in that pussy…

[17/11/2017 14:21] #GameChanger: 🙈

[17/11/2017 14:26] ‪+263 77 : Blushing??? Lol

[17/11/2017 14:29] ‪+263 77 : Are you there?

[17/11/2017 14:32] #GameChanger: Yes. Was on a call

[17/11/2017 14:33] ‪+263 77 : Chat tomorrow. .almost home. My wife is there, gotta be careful

[20/11/2017 09:52] ‪+263 77 : Morning …..

[20/11/2017 10:08] #GameChanger: Morning

[20/11/2017 10:16] ‪+263 77 : I am so horny….

[20/11/2017 10:16] ‪+263 77 : Desperately need relieve

[20/11/2017 10:22] #GameChanger: I am here

[20/11/2017 10:33] ‪+263 77: Do you have venue or I can book….????

[20/11/2017 10:35] #GameChanger: Book, where you want

[20/11/2017 10:35] ‪+263 77 : Any suggestions? How much can they charge hun?

[20/11/2017 10:38] #GameChanger: No idea. Try No hotel or Zaks place
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Wayne Robert James is a cricketer who played four Tests and eleven One Day Internationals for Zimbabwe as a wicket-keeper batsman. His highest first-class score of 215 was made for Matabeleland in the 1995–96 Logan Cup.

His highest first-class score of 215 was made for Matabeleland in the 1995–96 Logan Cup. In the final of the competition, he equaled the record of most dismissals in an innings by a wicket-keeper, with nine.[1] By taking four catches in the second innings he also finished with a match record tally of dismissals with 13.[1] In the same match as he set that record, he scored 99 runs while batting in the first innings and was left stranded on 99 not out in the second innings — the only player to have achieved this double near-miss.

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25 August 2014: Online

The former Zimbabwe wicketkeeper, has been removed from the national selection panel as well as Zimbabwe Cricket’s cricket committee. James had held both posts for four years.

ZC informed James of his sacking on August 22, two days after the selection meeting during which Zimbabwe had left Brendan Taylor out of the third ODI against South Africa. Zimbabwe lost that match by seven wickets and were whitewashed 3-0 in the ODIs after a heavy defeat in the one-off Test.

Taylor returned to the side for the first game of the tri-series against Australia, but Zimbabwe lost that by 198 runs. He has scored 10, 14 and 6 in his last three ODI innings.

James is still involved with the Matabeleland Tuskers franchise and with the High Performance programme in Zimbabwe. His removal as selector and from the cricket committee is the latest in the raft of changes that has shaken up the sport in the country.

At a board meeting in late July long-time chairman Peter Chingoka stepped down after two decades at the helm. Head coach Andy Waller moved into a director of coaching role and handed the national team over to his assistant Stephen Mangongo. The captaincy was also split: Brendan Taylor retained the reins of the Test side and Elton Chigumbrua took over the limited-overs teams.

The shuffling of positions is believed to be a result of ZC’s precarious financial position, which may ultimately lead to them running a bare-bones operation. The three-man selection panel has now simply been reduced to two, with Givemore Makoni and Mangongo the only men making decisions over who will be in the XI. In their last four ODIs, Zimbabwe have not fielded the same XI twice as part of what Mangongo called a “roadmap,” to rising from what he called, “their lowest ebb, in losing to an Associate member.” Zimbabwe squandered a 2-0 lead to Afghanistan to share spoils in the series. They have since lost another four ODIs to take their losing streak to six.

Full Name:Wayne Robert James  (WicketKeeper)

Birth date:August 27, 1965 Age:52

Birth Country: Zimbabwe

Batting Style:Right

HandTeam :Zimbabwe

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Wayne Robert James is a cricketer who played four Tests and eleven One Day Internationals for Zimbabwe as a wicket-keeper batsman. His highest first-class score of 215 was made for Matabeleland in the 1995–96 Logan Cup.

His highest first-class score of 215 was made for Matabeleland in the 1995–96 Logan Cup. In the final of the competition, he equaled the record of most dismissals in an innings by a wicket-keeper, with nine.[1] By taking four catches in the second innings he also finished with a match record tally of dismissals with 13.[1] In the same match as he set that record, he scored 99 runs while batting in the first innings and was left stranded on 99 not out in the second innings — the only player to have achieved this double near-miss.

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25 August 2014: Online

The former Zimbabwe wicketkeeper, has been removed from the national selection panel as well as Zimbabwe Cricket’s cricket committee. James had held both posts for four years.

ZC informed James of his sacking on August 22, two days after the selection meeting during which Zimbabwe had left Brendan Taylor out of the third ODI against South Africa. Zimbabwe lost that match by seven wickets and were whitewashed 3-0 in the ODIs after a heavy defeat in the one-off Test.

Taylor returned to the side for the first game of the tri-series against Australia, but Zimbabwe lost that by 198 runs. He has scored 10, 14 and 6 in his last three ODI innings.

James is still involved with the Matabeleland Tuskers franchise and with the High Performance programme in Zimbabwe. His removal as selector and from the cricket committee is the latest in the raft of changes that has shaken up the sport in the country.

At a board meeting in late July long-time chairman Peter Chingoka stepped down after two decades at the helm. Head coach Andy Waller moved into a director of coaching role and handed the national team over to his assistant Stephen Mangongo. The captaincy was also split: Brendan Taylor retained the reins of the Test side and Elton Chigumbrua took over the limited-overs teams.

The shuffling of positions is believed to be a result of ZC’s precarious financial position, which may ultimately lead to them running a bare-bones operation. The three-man selection panel has now simply been reduced to two, with Givemore Makoni and Mangongo the only men making decisions over who will be in the XI. In their last four ODIs, Zimbabwe have not fielded the same XI twice as part of what Mangongo called a “roadmap,” to rising from what he called, “their lowest ebb, in losing to an Associate member.” Zimbabwe squandered a 2-0 lead to Afghanistan to share spoils in the series. They have since lost another four ODIs to take their losing streak to six.

Full Name:Wayne Robert James  (WicketKeeper)

Birth date:August 27, 1965 Age:52

Birth Country: Zimbabwe

Batting Style:Right

HandTeam :Zimbabwe

To join group or send news etc please Whatsapp : +447565 446999

Email : musvozimbabwe@gmail.com