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USA v Canada, Intercontinental Cup, Fort Lauderdale, 3rd day

Davidson's astounding performance leads Canada to victory

May 30, 2004: A quite remarkable allround performance from Canada's captain John Davison led them to a 104-run victory over USA in their Intercontinental Cup match at Brian Piccolo Park in Fort Lauderdale

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USA v Canada, Intercontinental Cup, May 28-30

USA fight back on second day

May 29, 2004: A day of fluctuating fortunes has set up a fascinating final day in the Intercontinental Cup match at Florida

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USA v Canada, Intercontinental Cup, May 28-30

Davison's allround magic gives Canada the upper hand

May 28, 2004: Canada, somewhat surprisingly, held the upper hand after the opening day of the InterContinental Cup match against the USA thanks to John Davison's 79 and 6 for 49

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USA v Canada, Intercontinental Cup, May 28-30

USA start as favourites

May 28, 2004: This weekend Canada will play their second first-class cricket match, over fifty years after their first

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Davo down-under

Oct 23, 2003: John Davison made a name for himself with his stunning all-round performances at the 2003 World Cup in South Africafew will forget his record-breaking century against the West Indies

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Stewart Heaney

Canadian selected for Australian Academy

May 2, 2003: Amongst the new recruits to the Australian Commonwealth Bank Cricket Academy is a name that may become familiar to Canadian cricket fans, Stewart Paul Heaney

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Canadian triumph a ray of sunshine

Feb 11, 2003: Sitting in an office with a blizzard howling outside, Durban seemed a million miles from snowy Canada rather than a few thousand

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Viewers Choice to show World Cup in Canada

Feb 6, 2003: Viewer's Choice Canada will be showing the World Cup on a pay for view basis

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Canada loses to North West in final lead-up match

Feb 6, 2003: Canada suffered another setback after going into their final warm-up match against North West at Manzil Park, Klerksdorp desperately hoping for an improvement in form.

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Netherlands' bowling capable of springing surprises

Jan 27, 2003: The Dutch will be delighted to be back at the World Cup after missing out in 1999 in England

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Canadians down under

Oct 27, 2002: Several members of the Canadian national squad played cricket in the southern hemisphere this winter in preparation for the World Cup

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Canada win Red Stripe thriller

Aug 22, 2002: Canada today earned a second Red Stripe Bowl victory, this time over the Rest of the Leewards Islands, but only after a nail-biting 20 run last wicket partnership between Nick de Groot and Barry Seebaran

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Canada push Guyana to limit in Red Stripe clash

Aug 16, 2002: After a win in their opening Red Stripe bowl match Canada faced the defending champions, a powerful Guyana side led by Carl Hooper

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Canada beat Antigua in opening Red Stripe Bowl match

Aug 14, 2002: Canada showed their recent series victory over West Indies A at home was no fluke when they beat Antigua and Barbuda in their opening match in the Red Stripe Bowl in St

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Morton, Sandher star as Canada and West Indies A draw in Toronto

Aug 8, 2002: A draw was always the most probable result in the two-day Canada- West Indies 'A' match in Toronto after a solid batting performance by Canada on the first day, and so it proved to be

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Canada beat Namibia in last-ball thriller

Apr 11, 2002: Canada, despite several key players missing or struggling through injuries squeaked out a thrilling victory over Namibia yesterday at Windhoek

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Dying young

Apr 2, 2002: Cricket historians and statisticians usually derive a certain satisfaction from seeing a name added to the record books

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Lies or statistics? 2001 in review

Dec 31, 2001: Statistical review - 2001

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Roy Gilchrist - dead at 67

Jul 19, 2001: West Indian fast bowler Roy Gilchrist died on Wednesday in Jamaica at the age of 67.

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Asim Butt slams Scotland to victory over UAE

Jul 2, 2001: Scotland maintained their unbeaten record with a 5 wicket win over the UAE at Sunnybrook here today, but not without a few anxious moments

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