Scores from the third round of the 2005 Women’s Cricket World Cup (Saturday March 26): Continue reading “Match day 3 Results”
A fine day is forecast for the Tshwane region for Match Day Three of the 2005 Women’s Cricket World Cup today, Saturday March 26. The match of the day is probably that between India and South Africa at TUT Oval. In other games today, Australia meet the West Indies at Rustenburg, England play Ireland at Eersterust, and New Zealand face Sri Lanka at the Harlequins.
New Zealand batter and former captain Emily Drumm is out of the remainder of the 2005 Women’s Cricket World Cup. Continue reading “Emily Drumm out of World Cup”
Scores from Match Day Two of the Women’s Cricket World Cup (Thursday March 24): Continue reading “Match day 2 results”
The weather forecast is cloudy but fine for the Pretoria/Tshwane region for Thursday’s second round of matches in the 2005 Women’s Cricket World Cup. Continue reading “Previews: India v Ireland, England v Sri Lanka, South Africa v West Indies”
The finalists from the 2000 Women’s Cricket World Cup, Australia and New Zealand, meet at the LC de Villiers Oval, University of Pretoria, in the second round of the 2005 World Cup on Thursday March 24. Continue reading “Preview: Australia v New Zealand”
The first round of the World Cup resulted in all matches being classed as “no result” as rain at lunch prevented the continuation of play. Continue reading “No results on day one”
Previews of Tuesday’s opening day action between South Africa and Ireland, New Zealand and the West Indies, and India and Sri Lanka. Continue reading “Previews: South Africa v Ireland, New Zealand v West Indies, India v Sri Lanka”
It’s probably no great surprise to say that Australia are clear favourites with the bookmakers to win the 2005 Women’s Cricket World Cup, which starts in South Africa today. Continue reading “Australia the bookies favourite”
New South Wales’ mighty victory in the 2005 Pura Cup final represents one of the great comebacks of shield cricket.
They were gone for all money against Tasmania a few weeks ago before Stuey MacGill ripped through the Tigers’ batting. That kept them alive in the finals race. Last week they knocked off Victoria and Queensland beat WA, boosting NSW from third place to second.
On Sunday, the Queensland hoodoo continued. They have never beaten New South Wales in a shield final. This time, the Blues won at the Gabba by one wicket with two days to spare.
Let’s hear it for: Doug Bollinger, Nathan Bracken, Stuart Clark, Ed Cowan, Brad Haddin, Phil Jaques, Simon Katich, Jason Krejza, Grant Lambert, Stuart MacGill, Greg Mail, Matthew Nicholson, Aaron O’Brien, James Packman, Matthew Phelps, Dominic Thornely. Amazingly, they did it without a single appearance from Michael Clarke, Glenn McGrath or Brett Lee!