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The day I took on the world

Nov 1, 2001: In the way of coverage, its billing has been distinctly low-key

John Polack

Cyclonic Cairns can't wipe away Black Caps' woes

Oct 28, 2001: Chris Cairns unleashed one of his cyclonic knocks today to lift the chins of a New Zealand touring squad which still believes it can knock over Steve Waugh's Australians next week.

Michael Crutcher

Vincent, Cairns score runs against QAS

Oct 28, 2001: New Zealand batsman Lou Vincent enhanced his Test claims with a century against the Queensland Academy of Sport today as the tour match meandered to a draw at Allan Border Field.

AAP

Black Caps in disarray after another poor showing

Oct 27, 2001: New Zealand's cricket tour of Australia lurched into further disarray today when the Black Caps were belted around Allan Border Field by Queensland's second-tier batsmen.

Michael Crutcher

Twin centuries for QAS against New Zealand

Oct 27, 2001: Lee Carseldine has become the second batsman from the Queensland Academy of Sport to score a century against New Zealand in the three-day tour matchat Allan Border Field.

AAP

New Zealand struggles against QAS

Oct 27, 2001: Queensland's fringe batsmen made New Zealand's bowlers sweat out a tough morning in the three-day tour match at Allan Border Field today.

AAP

Rain forces early finish at Allan Border Field

Oct 26, 2001: Rain forced umpires to call off play after just 12 overs of the first day of the three-day tour match between the Queensland Academy of Sport and New Zealand at Allan Border Field today.

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Tour Results
New Zealand v South Africa at Sydney - Feb 8, 2002
South Africa won by 6 wickets (with 47 balls remaining) (D/L method)
New Zealand v South Africa at Melbourne - Feb 6, 2002
South Africa won by 8 wickets (with 29 balls remaining)
New Zealand v South Africa at Perth - Feb 1, 2002
South Africa won by 67 runs
Australia v New Zealand at Melbourne - Jan 29, 2002
Australia won by 2 wickets (with 3 balls remaining)
New Zealand v South Africa at Adelaide - Jan 27, 2002
South Africa won by 93 runs
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