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Northern Districts ready for Irish match

Northern Districts ready for Irish match

The Irish women's cricket team this weekend will begin their build-up for the 2000 CricInfo Women's World Cup with two one-day matches against the State Northern Districts women's team

21-Nov-2000Lynn McConnell
Artificial pitch allows greater use of Hamilton ground

Artificial pitch allows greater use of Hamilton ground

Northern Districts' plan to raise awareness of an identifiable regional culture in its cricket has been the reason behind putting an artificial wicket down at WestpacTrust Park in Hamilton

19-Oct-2000Lynn McConnell
Vital meeting on Tuesday for sports development

Vital meeting on Tuesday for sports development

Northern Districts Cricket is waiting for a Hamilton City Council meeting on Tuesday to find out whether a revamp of WestpacTrust Park can get started promptly

19-Oct-2000Lynn McConnell
ICC KnockOut win ranks highest among Kiwi ODI matches

ICC KnockOut win ranks highest among Kiwi ODI matches

It's been a long time coming, but New Zealand has finally managed to win an international one-day tournament

16-Oct-2000Lynn McConnell
Future looking bright for Kiwi cricket

Future looking bright for Kiwi cricket

Cricket in New Zealand is on track

03-Oct-2000Lynn McConnell
Tests return to Christchurch, Auckland retained

Tests return to Christchurch, Auckland retained

Christchurch's Jade Stadium returns to the Test cricket fold this summer when hosting the third test with Pakistan

15-Sep-2000Lynn McConnell
Australians make it easy in the end

Australians make it easy in the end

Justin Langer's quick-fire century led Australia to a six-wicket win in the final test of the National Bank series in New Zealand, the virtually unchallenged march to the 210 needed for victory hardly in keeping with the ebb and flow of the previous

03-Apr-2000Chris Rosie
Waugh predicts more success after end to perfect summer

Waugh predicts more success after end to perfect summer

HAMILTON, NZ, April 3 AAP - Steve Waugh today predicted his Australian cricket team is only at the start of the record-breaking path it blazed throughout the summer, predicting another monumental harvest next season

03-Apr-2000Australian Cricket Board
Gilchrist, Langer star as Australia dominates third day

Gilchrist, Langer star as Australia dominates third day

The Trans-Tasman series continued its practice of record-setting as Australia rammed home the advantage on the third day of the third test in Hamilton

02-Apr-2000Chris Rosie
Gilchrist breaks record to cap stunning debut season

Gilchrist breaks record to cap stunning debut season

HAMILTON, April 2 AAP - When Adam Gilchrist raced into the Test arena in November with a typically dashing 81, he quickly told journalists it might be nothing more than a bonus

02-Apr-2000AAP
Australia follows the New Zealand pattern with highs and lows

Australia follows the New Zealand pattern with highs and lows

Australia came out of a day in which 306 runs were scored and 12 wickets fell maintaining the advantage they established in the first session of the first day - but only after seeing their first innings follow a disturbingly similar pattern to New

01-Apr-2000Chris Rosie
Lethal Lee puts Australia in front

Lethal Lee puts Australia in front

Australia's bowling find of the summer, Brett Lee, picked up his second five-wicket bag in just five tests as New Zealand followed their familiar pattern of early collapse, mid order recovery and late disintegration on the first day of the third test

31-Mar-2000Chris Rosie
Blewett dropped as Hayden earns Test recall

Blewett dropped as Hayden earns Test recall

After three years in the wilderness, Queensland Bulls opener Matthew Hayden has earned a recall to the Australian team to play New Zealand in the third Test in Hamilton starting Friday

30-Mar-2000www.baggygreen.com.au
Vettori unfit, Doull dropped for third Test

Vettori unfit, Doull dropped for third Test

New Zealand's hopes of a consolation victory in the third and final Test against Australia in Hamilton have been dealt a blow with young left-arm spinner Daniel Vettori ruled out with injury

28-Mar-2000www.baggygreen.com.au
The same old story as England women lose again

The same old story as England women lose again

The one day series between the New Zealand and England is taking the appearance of one of those tales that old cricketers tell: the same story a little more exaggerated each time

20-Feb-2000Peter Hoare
The West Indies Cricket Team: Excellence in Ineptness

The West Indies Cricket Team: Excellence in Ineptness

One Sports Radio headline suggested: "New Zealand crush West Indies by 9 wickets." Considering the relative positions of the two teams after Day 1 of the 1st Test, this headline seems as if it came from the Twilight Zone

20-Dec-1999Colin Croft
Rain grants WI a reprieve

Rain grants WI a reprieve

The West Indian cricketers may have sang as the rain foiled a strong New Zealand bid for victory on the fourth day of the first cricket Test at WestpacTrust Park yesterday

20-Dec-1999Don Cameron
Test hangs in the balance

Test hangs in the balance

A late wicket-taking rally led by Reon King allowed the West Indies to get back to even terms with New Zealand by the end of the third day of the first cricket Test at WestpacTrust Park yesterday

19-Dec-1999Don Cameron
Cozier on Cricket: WI fail to seize moment

Cozier on Cricket: WI fail to seize moment

Not many teams bat themselves into such a formidable position on the first day of a Test

19-Dec-1999Tony Cozier
WI fall away

WI fall away

The West Indian cricketers who had pride of place in the Lord Mayor's parade on the first day of this first Test against New Zealand finished the journey on the dust-cart yesterday

18-Dec-1999Don Cameron

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