Cricket News Summary (08:00 14-Feb-98)

Cricket News Summary (08:00 14-Feb-98)

Post by SportsWeb New » Sun, 15 Feb 1998 04:00:00

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CAMPBELL SCORES TIMELY RUNS FOR ZIMBABWE
Zimbabwe's batting crisis eased a little on Saturday when captain Alistair
Campbell hit a career-best 196 in the tourists' four-day cricket game against
Canterbury at Timaru, securing them a 322-run lead by stumps on day two.

--- See http://www.sportsweb.com/news/CRIC/CRIC-nHKHDFE06Q.07-56-11.html
    for full story.

WAUGH HURT AS NZ DRAW SERIES VS AUSTRALIA
Underdogs New Zealand pulled off an unlikely victory over Australia at
Auckland's Eden Park on Saturday to square their four-match one-day cricket
series, but the tourists lost more than just pride.

--- See http://www.sportsweb.com/news/CRIC/CRIC-nNZZX32961.06-46-44.html
    for full story.

HARRIS LEADS NZ TO RESPECTABLE 223 V AUSTRALIA
A record seventh-wicket stand by Chris Harris and Dion Nash helped push New
Zealand to 223 for seven in the fourth and final one-day cricket international
against Australia at Auckland's Eden Park on Saturday.

--- See http://www.sportsweb.com/news/CRIC/CRIC-nNZZX32947.01-29-36.html
    for full story.

WICKETS TUMBLE IN TEST AS W.INDIES CRUMBLE
Pace bowlers Angus Fraser and Andrew Caddick took five wickets each as England
profited from a gamble by captain Michael Atherton to bowl out West Indies for
159 on the first day of the third test on Friday.

--- See http://www.sportsweb.com/news/CRIC/CRIC-nFLLSFDCM5.22-56-24.html
    for full story.

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