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New Zealand vs Sri Lanka, 1st ODI at Napier, , Jan 31 2001 - Cricket Photos

RESULT
1st ODI (D/N), Napier, January 31, 2001, Sri Lanka tour of New Zealand
(42.5/50 ov, T:214) 152

Sri Lanka won by 61 runs

Player Of The Match
5/30
muthiah-muralidaran
Sri Lankan captain Sanath Jayasuriya and New Zealand captain Stephen Fleming shake hands after Jayasuriya won the toss and elected to bat first. 1st One-Day International: New Zealand v Sri Lanka at McLean Park, Napier, 31 January 2001.
Captains Jayasuriya and Fleming shake hands after the tossAndrew Cornaga/Photosport
New Zealand wicket-keeper Adam Parore breaks the stumps to run out Sri Lankan batsman Russel Arnold, diving unsuccessfully for the crease to be dismissed for 50. Nuwan Zoysa is the other batsman, looking back from the far end. 1st One-Day International: New Zealand v Sri Lanka at McLean Park, Napier, 31 January 2001.
Parore runs out desperately diving ArnoldAndrew Cornaga/Photosport
New Zealand left arm orthodox spinner Daniel Vettori looks on from the boundary in his first international match in more than four months. Vettori took 3-21 from 10 overs at the bowling crease. 1st One-Day International: New Zealand v Sri Lanka at McLean Park, Napier, 31 January 2001.
Vettori looks on from the boundaryAndrew Cornaga/Photosport
The New Zealand team look towards to the large video screen to view a replay of a dismissal off the bowling of left arm orthodox spinner Daniel Vettori. 1st One-Day International: New Zealand v Sri Lanka at McLean Park, Napier, 31 January 2001.
New Zealand team look towards replay screenAndrew Cornaga/Photosport
New Zealand medium fast bowler Andrew Penn receives some advice from captain Stephen Fleming while in the midst of bowling a succession of wides in an over. Penn ended up taking 0-29 from four overs, including eight wides. 1st One-Day International: New Zealand v Sri Lanka at McLean Park, Napier, 31 January 2001.
Captain Fleming talks to wayward bowler PennAndrew Cornaga/Photosport
Sri Lankan tail-end batsman Nuwan Zoysa plays an ungainly fend to square leg off a threatening high full toss by New Zealand medium fast bowler Chris Martin during his unbeaten innings of 11. 1st One-Day International: New Zealand v Sri Lanka at McLean Park, Napier, 31 January 2001.
Zoysa fends away a high Martin full tossAndrew Cornaga/Photosport
New Zealand left arm orthodox spinner Daniel Vettori thinks hard while fielding in his first international match in more than four months. Vettori took 3-21 from 10 overs at the bowling crease. 1st One-Day International: New Zealand v Sri Lanka at McLean Park, Napier, 31 January 2001.
Vettori in deep thought while fielding on the boundaryAndrew Cornaga/Photosport
New Zealand left arm orthodox spinner Daniel Vettori leaps in the air in celebration of the dismissal of Marvan Atapattu, caught by wicket-keeper Adam Parore for 29. Vettori took 3-21 from 10 overs in his first international match in more than four months. 1st One-Day International: New Zealand v Sri Lanka at McLean Park, Napier, 31 January 2001.
Vettori leaps to celebrate catch by Parore to dismiss AtapattuAndrew Cornaga/Photosport
Members of the 'Select XI' hold up their signed bats. As part of a New Zealand Cricket initiative, winning children selected from the online New Zealand Cricket Club to appear at a One-Day International and walk on the field with a designated CLEAR Black Cap player, before receiving their signature on a miniature bat and returning to free seats in the crowd. 1st One-Day International: New Zealand v Sri Lanka at McLean Park, Napier, 31 January 2001.
Members of the 'Select XI' hold up their signed batsAndrew Cornaga/Photosport
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