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ICC World Cup, 2006/07

February 13, 2007

Craig Wright

Craig Wright

captain

Age: 32 years 291 days

Batting: Right-hand bat

Bowling: Right-arm medium

Ryan Watson

Ryan Watson

vice-captain

Age: 30 years 93 days

Batting: Right-hand bat

Bowling: Right-arm medium

John Blain

John Blain

Age: 28 years 40 days

Batting: Right-hand bat

Bowling: Right-arm fast-medium

Dougie Brown

Dougie Brown

Age: 37 years 107 days

Batting: Right-hand bat

Bowling: Right-arm fast-medium

Gavin Hamilton

Gavin Hamilton

Age: 32 years 150 days

Batting: Left-hand bat

Bowling: Right-arm medium-fast

Majid Haq

Majid Haq

Age: 24 years 2 days

Batting: Left-hand bat

Bowling: Right-arm offbreak

Paul Hoffmann

Paul Hoffmann

Age: 37 years 30 days

Batting: Right-hand bat

Bowling: Right-arm medium-fast

Dougie Lockhart

Dougie Lockhart

Age: 31 years 25 days

Batting: Right-hand bat

Ross Lyons

Ross Lyons

Age: 22 years 67 days

Batting: Left-hand bat

Bowling: Slow left-arm orthodox

Neil McCallum

Neil McCallum

Age: 29 years 83 days

Batting: Right-hand bat

Dewald Nel

Dewald Nel

Age: 26 years 252 days

Batting: Right-hand bat

Bowling: Right-arm medium-fast

Navdeep Poonia

Navdeep Poonia

Age: 20 years 278 days

Batting: Right-hand bat

Bowling: Right-arm medium-fast

Glenn Rogers

Glenn Rogers

Age: 29 years 307 days

Batting: Right-hand bat

Bowling: Slow left-arm orthodox

Colin Smith

Colin Smith

wicketkeeper

Age: 34 years 139 days

Batting: Right-hand bat

Fraser Watts

Fraser Watts

Age: 27 years 253 days

Batting: Right-hand bat

Bowling: Right-arm medium


Tournament Results
Australia v Sri Lanka at Bridgetown - Apr 28, 2007
Australia won by 53 runs (D/L method)
Australia v South Africa at Gros Islet - Apr 25, 2007
Australia won by 7 wickets (with 111 balls remaining)
New Zealand v Sri Lanka at Kingston - Apr 24, 2007
Sri Lanka won by 81 runs
West Indies v England at Bridgetown - Apr 21, 2007
England won by 1 wicket (with 1 ball remaining)
Australia v New Zealand at St George's - Apr 20, 2007
Australia won by 215 runs
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