South Africa Under-19s
Papua New Guinea Under-19s
Amongst the new recruits to the Australian Commonwealth Bank Cricket Academy is a name that may become familiar to Canadian cricket fans, Stewart Paul Heaney
A quite remarkable allround performance from Canada's captain John Davison led them to a 104-run victory over USA in their Intercontinental Cup match at Brian Piccolo Park in Fort Lauderdale
A day of fluctuating fortunes has set up a fascinating final day in the Intercontinental Cup match at Florida
Canada, somewhat surprisingly, held the upper hand after the opening day of the InterContinental Cup match against the USA thanks to John Davison's 79 and 6 for 49
This weekend Canada will play their second first-class cricket match, over fifty years after their first
John Davison made a name for himself with his stunning all-round performances at the 2003 World Cup in South Africafew will forget his record-breaking century against the West Indies
Sitting in an office with a blizzard howling outside, Durban seemed a million miles from snowy Canada rather than a few thousand
Viewer's Choice Canada will be showing the World Cup on a pay for view basis
Canada suffered another setback after going into their final warm-up match against North West at Manzil Park, Klerksdorp desperately hoping for an improvement in form.
The Dutch will be delighted to be back at the World Cup after missing out in 1999 in England
Several members of the Canadian national squad played cricket in the southern hemisphere this winter in preparation for the World Cup
Canada today earned a second Red Stripe Bowl victory, this time over the Rest of the Leewards Islands, but only after a nail-biting 20 run last wicket partnership between Nick de Groot and Barry Seebaran
After a win in their opening Red Stripe bowl match Canada faced the defending champions, a powerful Guyana side led by Carl Hooper
Canada showed their recent series victory over West Indies A at home was no fluke when they beat Antigua and Barbuda in their opening match in the Red Stripe Bowl in St
A draw was always the most probable result in the two-day Canada- West Indies 'A' match in Toronto after a solid batting performance by Canada on the first day, and so it proved to be
Canada, despite several key players missing or struggling through injuries squeaked out a thrilling victory over Namibia yesterday at Windhoek
Cricket historians and statisticians usually derive a certain satisfaction from seeing a name added to the record books
Statistical review - 2001
West Indian fast bowler Roy Gilchrist died on Wednesday in Jamaica at the age of 67.
As expected, the Netherlands completed a seven wicket victory over Fiji at a windswept Ajax ground today, in conditions that were in stark contrast to the previous days of the tournament.
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