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Third One-Day International

Zimbabwe v England 1999-2000

2001: At Harare, February 20

Second One-Day International

Zimbabwe v England 1999-2000

2001: At Bulawayo, February 18

First One-Day International

Zimbabwe v England 1999-2000

2001: At Bulawayo, February 16

Fifth Test Match

South Africa v England, 1999-2000

2001: Toss: England

Neil Manthorp

Fourth Test Match

South Africa v England, 1999-2000

2001: Toss: England.

Matthew Engel

Third Test Match

South Africa v England, 1999-2000

2001: At Durban, December 26, 27, 28, 29, 30

Mike Selvey

Second Test Match

South Africa v England, 1999-2000

2001: Toss: England

Edward Bevan

First Test Match

South Africa v England, 1999-2000

2001: Toss: South Africa

Colin Bateman

Tests: South Africa 2 England 1, ODIs: Zimbabwe 0 England 3

England in South Africa and Zimbabwe, 1999-2000

2001: A unique and totally unexpected victory in the Fifth and final Test against South Africa - albeit subsequently devalued - could not mask another disappointing overseas trip by England

Colin Bateman

Leicestershire player signed by Central Districts

Oct 6, 2000: Leicestershire county professional Ben Smith will be Central Districts' overseas player this summer

Lynn McConnell

Woolmer backs Cronje the Bold as ICC sniff at Test result

Jan 19, 2000: Centurion - As fond as the International Cricket Council are of peddling the myth that they believe in the modern image of the game, Hansie Cronje's decision to resurrect a dying Test with the support of Nasser Hussain has not gone down well at HQ

Trevor Chesterfield

Donald in row over one/day squad and Rhodes returns

Jan 18, 2000: Centurion - Allan Donald may have been involved in a verbal fracas with national selection panel convener Rushdie Magiet over his omission from the South African side for the limited-overs international triangular series

Trevor Chesterfield

Cronje slams ICC over negative whispers on declaration

Jan 18, 2000: Centurion - Hansie Cronje stepped into Test history on Tuesday and also threw down the gauntlet to the International Cricket Council, saying he did want to be part of the game if they disapproved of his unprecedented step in reviving what had been

Trevor Chesterfield

Hussain shoots down snub claims

Jan 17, 2000: Centurion - Nasser Hussain has shot down suggestions his idea to play a day/night limited-overs match after the fifth Test was "snubbed by the South African team"

Trevor Chesterfield

Changing of the guard looms for South African side

Jan 16, 2000: Centurion - While not quite a total refurbishment the shape of future South African teams should be unveiled by national selection convener Rushdi Magiet tomorrow when he names the side for the limited-overs triangular series starting on Friday

Trevor Chesterfield

Donald spells out his future career plans

Jan 15, 2000: Centurion - Allan Donald ducked his own bouncer on Saturday and all but admitted he is almost 12 months from retirement as a Test fast bowler

Trevor Chesterfield

Allan Donald announces his intention to take a break from international cricket in 2000

Jan 15, 2000: Centurion: Alan Donald has announced that he will be taking a break from the pressures of international cricket after the triangular one-day tournament involving England and Zimbabwe

Keith Lane and David Liverman

Cullinan quits as one-day player as SA plan for the future

Jan 14, 2000: No one can accuse Daryll Cullinan of failing to get his timing right last night when he announced his limited-overs career was over and that it was time South Africa did something about launching plans for the 2003 World Cup

Trevor Chesterfield

Cronje backs spin for final Test

Jan 13, 2000: Centurion - South Africa have discarded the pace barrage theory as a way of winning the final match of the series against England with Hansie Cronje taking the view that Paul Adam's left-arm has a major role to play

Trevor Chesterfield

Strydom surprised over selection

Jan 13, 2000: Centurion - For Pieter Strydom the millennium started with a surprise call up from the South African selectors a week ago, which culminated yesterday in his selection in place of Jonty Rhodes for the final Test of the series against England at

Trevor Chesterfield
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Tour Results
South Africa v England at Johannesburg - Feb 13, 2000
South Africa won by 38 runs
England v Zimbabwe at Centurion - Feb 9, 2000
Match abandoned without a ball bowled
South Africa v England at East London - Feb 4, 2000
South Africa won by 2 wickets (with 2 balls remaining)
England v Zimbabwe at Kimberley - Jan 30, 2000
England won by 8 wickets (with 107 balls remaining)
England v Zimbabwe at Cape Town - Jan 28, 2000
Zimbabwe won by 104 runs
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