Tuesday, March 20, 2007

ICC World Cup Cricket 2007, Results for March 19, 2007

03/20/2007:
India beats Bermuda by a whopping 257 runs. India scored a world cup record 413/5 in 50.0 overs while Bermuda was bowled out for just 156 in just under 43 overs. India came back stronge from the lost to Bangladesh and now must win against Sri Lanka to make it into the next round. For India V. Sehwag scored 114 runs which included 17 fours and 3 sixes, S. Ganguly again played well with 89 runs. Y. Singh put together a quick 83 runs with 4 fours and 7 sixes, S. Tendulkar added 57 runs from 29 balls with 2 fours and 4 sixes. For Bermuda D. Hemp scored 76 and remind not out. The Indan bowlers had a great outting bowling out Bermuda with A. Kumble taking 3 wickets.

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Thursday, March 15, 2007

ICC World Cup Cricket 2007, Results for March 15, 2007

Sri Lanka beats Bermuda by a whopping 243 runs. Sri Lanka scored 321/6 in 50.0 overs while Bermuda was bowled out for just 78 in just under 25 overs.

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ICC World Cup Cricket 2007, Results for March 14, 2007

03/14/2007:
Australia beats Scotland by 203 runs. Australia scored 334/6 in 50.0 overs while Scotland was bowled out for just 131 in just over 40 overs. For Australia captin Ricky Ponting scored a century before being bowled out for 113 by Craig Wright. For Scotland Colin Smith scored 51.
Kenya beats Canada by 7 wickets. Kenya scored 203/3 in 43.2 overs while Canada was bowled out for 199. For Kenya Geoff Barnett scored 41 and for Kenya captin Stephen Tikolo scored 72.

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ICC World Cup Cricket 2007, Results for March 13, 2007

03/13/2007:
West Indies beats Pakistan by a 54 runs. West Indies scored 241/9 in 50.0 overs while Pakistan was bowled out for just 187 in 47 overs. For West Indies Marlon Samuels scored 63 and Brian Lara 37 while for Pakistan Shoaib Malik scored 62.

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Monday, March 05, 2007

Cricket world cup 2007 in March

03/05/2007:
Cricket world cup 2007 will start on March 14, 2007. The teams are Australia, South Africa, Scotland, The Netherlands, Sri Lanka, India, Bangladesh, Bermuda, New Zealand, England, Kenya, Canada, Pakistan, West Indies, Zimbabwe and Ireland.
Mar 14: Australia v Scotland: St. Kitts & Nevis
Mar 16: South Africa v The Netherlands: St. Kitts & Nevis
Mar 18: Australia v The Netherlands: St. Kitts & Nevis
Mar 20: South Africa v Scotland: St. Kitts & Nevis
Mar 22: Scotland v The Netherlands: St. Kitts & Nevis
Mar 24: Australia v South Africa: St. Kitts & Nevis
Mar 15: Sri Lanka v Bermuda: Trinidad & Tobago
Mar 17: India v Bangladesh: Trinidad & Tobago
Mar 19: India v Bermuda: Trinidad & Tobago
Mar 21: Sri Lanka v Bangladesh: Trinidad & Tobago
Mar 23: India v Sri Lanka: Trinidad & Tobago
Mar 25: Bangladesh v Bermuda: Trinidad & Tobago
Mar 14: Kenya v Canada: Saint Lucia
Mar 16: England v New Zealand: Saint Lucia
Mar 18: England v Canada: Saint Lucia
Mar 20: New Zealand v Kenya: Saint Lucia
Mar 22: New Zealand v Canada: Saint Lucia
Mar 24: England v Kenya: Saint Lucia
Mar 13: West Indies v Pakistan: Jamaica
Mar 15: Zimbabwe v Ireland: Jamaica
Mar 17: Pakistan v Ireland: Jamaica
Mar 19: West Indies v Zimbabwe: Jamaica
Mar 21: Zimbabwe v Pakistan: Jamaica
Mar 23: West Indies v Ireland: Jamaica

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