Jan 30, 2002: New Zealand captain Stephen Fleming has been fined 40% of his match fee after being found guilty of misconduct during his team's two wicket VB Series loss to Australia in Melbourne yesterday.
Jan 30, 2002: A hearing was conducted last night, 29 January 2002, after the Australia - New Zealand match at the MCG over an incident involving Fleming and reported by umpires Darrell Hair and Simon Taufel.
Jan 29, 2002: New Zealand captain Stephen Fleming will appear before match referee Hanumant Singh tonight after being charged with misconduct over an incident early in today's day-night VB Series clash against Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
Jan 28, 2002: New Zealand all-rounder Chris Cairns might miss tomorrow's day-night cricket match against Australia at the MCG because of concerns about a back injury.
Jan 27, 2002: The VB Series now stands intriguingly poised after South Africa roared back into contention with a 93-run victory over New Zealand at the Adelaide Oval on Sunday
Jan 26, 2002: Though this may have been Australia's national day, New Zealanders' cricketers were again the ones with cause for celebration as another enchanting victory came their way in the VB Series today
Jan 23, 2002: Despite the presence of an opposition fast bowler called Ambrose, New Zealand continued on its merry one-day way today with a 249-run flogging of an Australian Country XI at Bradman Oval.
Jan 22, 2002: Chris Cairns has remained in Sydney with a minor back strain while his New Zealand team-mates drove to Bowral for tomorrow's limited-overs match against an Australian Country XI at Bradman Oval.
Jan 22, 2002: Despite its poor start to the VB Series, Australia is right back in the thick of finals contention following a resounding win over South Africa at the Sydney Cricket Ground today
Jan 21, 2002: South Africa, facing its third cricket game in four days, is suffering under the rigours of a tough tri-series schedule, captain Shaun Pollock said today.
Jan 19, 2002: A brilliant unbeaten century from Chris Cairns has guided New Zealand to a four wicket victory over South Africa in the countries' VB Series match here at the 'Gabba ground in Brisbane tonight
Jan 19, 2002: Christchurch policeman Shane Bond survived the Brisbane heat and helped New Zealand defuse a potentially explosive South African batting performance in the tri-series day-night match at the Gabba today.
Jan 18, 2002: All three teams playing in the VB One-Day International Series in Australia will spend Australia Day on January 26 in Adelaide
Jan 17, 2002: Australia's aspirations of claiming a spot in this season's VB Series finals suffered another grave blow tonight as a brave New Zealand team inflicted a 23-run defeat on the home country here in Sydney.
Jan 17, 2002: New Zealand cricket captain Stephen Fleming has been cleared of a brokenarm and is expected to be fit to lead his team in a tri-series matchagainst South Africa on Saturday.
Jan 15, 2002: South Africa has today prolonged a proud unbeaten record in limited-overs matches against New Zealand that stretches all the way back to February 1999
Jan 11, 2002: Rival captains Steve Waugh and Stephen Fleming and leading officials condemned crowd misbehaviour at tonight's opening triangular series one-day cricket match at the MCG.
Jan 10, 2002: Fast bowler Brad Williams and the use of bonus points will feature in an Australian one-day international for the first time when the home team takes on New Zealand in the opening match of the VB Series tomorrow.
Jan 9, 2002: New Zealand captain Stephen Fleming has no regrets about roasting his players in the Brisbane sun, saying it toughened them ahead of Friday's tri-series opener against Australia.
Jan 8, 2002: New Zealand's cricketers received more than a warm-up for Friday's tri-series opener against Australia when they fell to Australia A at the Gabba tonight.
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