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Final

New Zealand v Pakistan

2004:

Sixth One-Day International

New Zealand v Pakistan

2004:

Fifth One-Day International

Sri Lanka v New Zealand

2004:

Fourth One-Day International

Sri Lanka v Pakistan

2004:

Third One-Day International

Sri Lanka v New Zealand

2004:

Second One-Day International

New Zealand v Pakistan

2004:

Tour Summary

Bank Alfalah Cup, 2003

2004: A review of the 2003 Bank Alfalah Cup between Sri Lanka, New Zealand and Pakistan

Brian Murgatroyd

First One-Day International

Sri Lanka v Pakistan

2004:

Into the lion's mouth from swinging Dambulla

Jun 1, 2003: Article: A comment piece on Pak in SL and team for England

Taha Noor

Pakistan lodge complaint against umpire Harper

May 29, 2003: The Pakistan team has lodged a complaint with the International Cricket Council (ICC) over a decision made by umpire Daryl Harper during the tri-nation Bank Alfalah Cup in Sri Lanka

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Any other umpires out there?

May 27, 2003: Against the backdrop of more and more live cricket broadcasts from around the world, television footage has highlighted several controversial incidents

Suhael Ahmed

Rameez Raja's statement on ball tampering controversy

May 26, 2003: Press Release: PCB on Rameez Raja's statement on ball tampering

Pakistan Cricket Board

Fleming leads New Zealand to victory in Bank Alfalah Cup

May 23, 2003: Happy captain: Stephen Fleming poses with the Bank Alfalah Cup © AFP New Zealand's long summer came to an end with a comfortable four-wicket victory against Pakistan in the final of the Bank Alfalah Cup - their first major limited-overs win

Charlie Austin

TelstraClear Black Caps team to play tri-series final named

May 23, 2003: TelstraClear Black Caps coach Denis Aberhart said Jacob Oram would be replacing Paul Wiseman

New Zealand Cricket

'Pressure is the key' - Fleming

May 22, 2003: Stephen Fleming, after a triangular series dominated by low-scoring and closely fought matches, believes that the final of the Bank Alfalah Cup between New Zealand and Pakistan will be won by the team that is best able to cope with the extra pressure

Charlie Austin in Dambulla

PCB statement on Shoaib Akhtar ban

May 21, 2003: Press Release: PCB statement on penalties imposed on Shoaib Akhtar in Sri Lanka

Pakistan Cricket Board

Sri Lanka: handicapped by fear

May 21, 2003: Sri Lanka's awesome one-day record at home over the last five years has taken a beating

Charlie Austin

Shoaib banned for two matches

May 21, 2003: Shoaib Akhtar has been fined 75% of his match fee and banned for two one-day internationals for ball-tampering

Charlie Austin

PCB statement on allegations on Shoaib Akhtar

May 20, 2003: Press Release: PCB on reports from Sri Lanka alleging ball-tampering by Shoaib Akhtar

Pakistan Cricket Board

Pakistan into the final with 22-run victory

May 20, 2003: Powered by a rapid 74 from Shoaib Malik - the highest score of the tournament - and some incisive pace bowling from Shoaib Akhtar and Mohammad Sami, Pakistan clinched a 22-run victory over New Zealand in the last group match of the Bank Alfalah Cup,

Charlie Austin
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Tournament Results
New Zealand v Pakistan at Dambulla - May 23, 2003
New Zealand won by 4 wickets (with 28 balls remaining)
New Zealand v Pakistan at Dambulla - May 20, 2003
Pakistan won by 22 runs
Sri Lanka v New Zealand at Dambulla - May 19, 2003
New Zealand won by 9 runs
Sri Lanka v Pakistan at Dambulla - May 18, 2003
Sri Lanka won by 12 runs
Sri Lanka v New Zealand at Dambulla - May 13, 2003
Sri Lanka won by 5 wickets (with 14 balls remaining)
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