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The NatWest Series, 2000

West Indies v Zimbabwe 2000

2001: At Bristol, July 6 (day/night)

Bracewell signs up for another three years

Oct 11, 2000: John Bracewell's curriculum vitae is starting to get a distinct bulge in it and Gloucestershire continues to be the main beneficiary of his expertise

Lynn McConnell

1st Match, West Indies v Zimbabwe, Statistical Highlights

Jul 8, 2000: It was the 1605th ODI in cricket history

West Indies relapse

Jul 7, 2000: Bristol-It is far too early to pessimistically proclaim an end to the West Indies revival under Jimmy Adams and the new management team

Tony Cozier

Colour, Music, Light - Southern Hemisphere cricket comes to England

Jul 7, 2000: The crowd may have been seventy thousand less for a day-nighter, but the colour, the music and the lights ensured that in atmosphere, the little ground did not lack much behind the imposing MCG, Down Under

Andy Jalil

Zimbabwe shock win brings NatWest Series to life

Jul 6, 2000: Bristol, NatWest Series: West Indies (232 for seven off 50 overs) lost to Zimbabwe (233 for four off 45 overs) by six wickets

John Ward

Zimbabwe up with scoring rate

Jul 6, 2000: Some fine batting by Zimbabwe, their innings held together by a restrained Neil Johnson, has kept them on even terms in the NatWest Series match at Bristol with a West Indian team thatprobably did not expect such stern opposition

John Ward

Lara leads harvest of fifties

Jul 6, 2000: On a slowish pitch where quick scoring was never very easy, West Indies achieved what was probably the match-winning total of 232 for seven off an accurate but essentially toothless Zimbabwe attack

John Ward

West Indies accelerate after steady start

Jul 6, 2000: Bryan Strang, bowling speed in the lower seventies, opened for Zimbabwe to Adrian Griffith of West Indies in the NatWest Series limited-overs match at Bristol - two singles nudged to third man coming off his first over

John Ward

NatWest Series under way - and the sun shines through

Jul 6, 2000: The NatWest Series opened in Bristol under rather better weather than during the previous few days, warm and humid, with the sun often shining through the haze

John Ward
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