- not out11100100.00Extras21 (b 4, lb 11, nb 3, w 3)TOTAL175 all out (49.3 Overs, RR: 3.53)Fall of wickets: 1-10 (GW Flower, 2.5 ov), 2-35 (NC Johnson, 8.5 ov), 3-45 (A Flower, 10.1 ov), 4-136 (MW Goodwin, 36.3 ov), 5-148 (ADR Campbell, 41.4 ov), 6-154 (SV Carlisle, 44.5 ov), 7-163 (HH Streak, 47.2 ov), 8-174 (GJ Whittall, 48.6 ov), 9-174 (AG Huckle, 49.1 ov), 10-175 (AR Whittall, 49.3 ov)
- not out917251052.94not out0512000.00Extras5 (lb 1, nb 4)TOTAL70/3 (15 Overs, RR: 4.66)Fall of wickets: 1-58 (MJ Horne, 8.6 ov), 2-59 (NJ Astle, 9.6 ov), 3-65 (CD McMillan, 12.3 ov)
- 4th (reserve) umpire: JC Balderstone
- Rain stopped play from 11:32am to 2:00pm. An early lunch break was taken during this time. Zimbabwe at this stage were 47/3 off 10.4 overs.
- MW Goodwin 50 off 83 balls, 5x4 0x6
- Rain made a further interruption to play from 3:39pm to 4:45pm. Zimbabwe were 134/3 off 36 overs.
- Bad light then stopped play at 7:06pm. The umpires called off play at 7:30 on day 1.
- Reserve day used (but no play possible)
- Match abandoned at 4:30pm
The relatively modest sums from the first three World Cups were overshadowed by the sale of TV rights in subsequent editions
The 1999 World Cup was the first under the ICC's control but it also served as a wake-up call for cricket's governing body in managing itself and world cricket better
Always mesmerising, Warne shook off ordinary form in the early stages of the 1999 World Cup with a magical spell in the semis and a masterful one in the final
Participation in 1999 was an opportunity to boost cricket's profile in the country - one the cricket board didn't take, leading to a long period in the wilderness
Daryll Cullinan remembers feeling stunned at the end of the tied 1999 World Cup semi-final