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Toronto to host five ODIs

India and West Indies to meet in Canada

Jul 7, 2006: The proposed series of one-day matches between India and West Indies planned for North America is back on, although all the games are now likely to take place in Canada and not in the USA as originally intended

ESPNcricinfo staff

No ground found for Intercontinental Cup tie

Canada in frantic search for a venue

Aug 2, 2004: In two weeks, Canada host Bermuda in the ICC's Intercontinental Cup, with a place in the semi-finals awaiting them if they win

Wisden Cricinfo staff

ICC Trophy Final: They share World Cup berths, mutual respect and abilities, Nambia and Netherlands won't concede the Final

Jul 15, 2001: In a match where the two teams adopt a similar approach and play to more or less the same strengths, it is hardly a surprise that the captains of the combatants in today's final of the ICC Trophy at the Toronto Cricket, Skating and Curling Club,

Tony Munro

Namibia's 'incredible achievement'

Jul 15, 2001: Namibia's "incredible achievement" in claiming a place in the 2003 Cricket World Cup in South Africa was a tribute to the great strides being made to spread the game into Africa, Dr Ali Bacher, executive director of 2003 CWC, said today

Rodney Hartman

Canadian Tour 2000 - M.C.C.'s Keith Dutch Stars

Oct 15, 2000: Middlesex right-hand all rounder Keith Dutch was a star performer on the 2000 Marylebone Cricket Club tour of Canada

Kevin E. Boller

India says No to Sahara Cup

Aug 10, 2000: For the second successive year running, India pulled out of the five match Sahara Cup Series in Toronto, scheduled to be played from September 9 to 17

AC Ganesh

Dates for Indo-Pak Toronto series announced

Jul 1, 2000: The dates for the annual one day series between India and Pakistan to be played in Toronto have been announced

Pakistan go one-up in the DMC Trophy

Sep 17, 1999: The first match of the second leg of the DMC Toronto Cricket Festival, dubbed "DMC Trophy" expectedly generated more response from the crowd

Badri Seshadri and Anand Vasu

India defeat West Indies to win series

Sep 16, 1999: Toronto, Sept 15: Rahul Dravid cracked 77 and held four brilliant catches as India defeated West Indies by 88 runs to win the Toronto Cricket Festival series of the three One-day Internationals 2-1 here on Tuesday

Latafat Ali Siddiqui

1st Match: India v West Indies, Statistical highlights

Sep 14, 1999: It was the 17th match on this venue (first for WestIndies)

Rajneesh Gupta

India v Pakistan, Sahara Cup, 2nd match, 1997

Eyewitness accounts of the Inzamam incident

Sep 16, 1997: The accounts of three CricInfo readers who were seating in the section that was the site of the Inzamam-ul-Haq incident on Sunday

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