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Pakistan squeak to victory

Jun 7, 2003: Scotland's impressive start to the season continued as they ran Pakistan uncomfortably close in the opening match of their one-day tour

Wisden CricInfo staff

Euro 2000: Dutch coach, Trotman, says Scots and Irish still equal

Aug 18, 2000: Netherlands national team coach, Emmerson Trotman, believes there is little separating the Netherlands, Scotland and Ireland, despite his team's win in the European Championships last month

European Championships - Day 5 Results

Jul 28, 2000: Prestwick: Gibraltar 224 (47.4 overs) R Buzaglo, 82 R Parnell 47, G Brumant 3-22, Alexander 3-59; France 179 (47.5 overs) P Wakefield 35*; Gibraltar won by 45 runs Ayr: Germany 151 (37 overs) M Brodersen 60, I Mehdi 4-20; Portugal 111 (40.2

Robin Abrahams

European Championships - Day 4 Results

Jul 26, 2000: Linlithgow: England Cricket Board XI 138-9 (50 overs; R Lefebvre 4-24) Holland 141-4 (48 overs); Holland won by six wickets

Robin Abrahams

European Championships - Day 3 Results

Jul 24, 2000: Linlithgow: Germany 226-9 (50 overs) R Buss 41* G Mueller 35 Intesab Mehdi 3-45; Israel 204 (49 overs); Germany won by 22 runs Paisley: France 200-9 (50 overs) G Brumant 43*; Portugal 182 (49.3 overs); France won by 18 runs Ayr: Gibraltar

Robin Abrahams

European Championships - Day 2 Results

Jul 23, 2000: Hamilton Crescent: Portugal 117; Gibraltar 118-7 (34.3 overs); Gibraltar won by 3 wickets Uddingston: Israel 148 (43.3 overs); France 123 (38 overs); Israel won by 25 runs Coatbridge: Greece 100 (37 overs); Germany 104-1 (34.4 overs); Germany

Robin Abrahams

European Championships - Day 1 Results

Jul 22, 2000: Titwood: Germany 163-8 (50 overs); France 150 (49.4 overs); Germany won by 13 runs Paisley: Gibraltar 138 (37 overs, R Buzaglo 35, D Johnson 33, R Ashton 3-18); Israel 46 (18 overs, R Parnell 4-2, D Johnson 3-8); Gibraltar won by 92 runs

Robin Abrahams

England Board XI for European Championships

Jul 21, 2000: The England Board XI today begins its campaign to try to win the European Championships, which this year are being played in Scotland

ECB Media Release
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