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Indoor Cricket World Cup Round Robin Results

13th October 2004

Indoor Cricket World Cup Round Robin Results to Date

After 3 days of play at the Indoor Cricket World Cup 2004 at Colombo Sri Lanka, the New Zealand Men’s Indoor Cricket team stand in 5th place, with the Women’s team coming in at 4th place.

The Men’s team have already played the favourites, host team Sri Lanka and number 1 ranked Australia. Both games were lost, however last night the New Zealanders had a convincing win over India 188/48. Remaining games are against England, South Africa and United Arab Emirates, before semi finals on Friday and finals on Saturday.

The Women’s team have recorded a win against India and losses to South Africa and Australia in the 3 games played to date.

Men’s team Captain Graham Murray said “While the team are naturally disappointed to have lost our first two matches, the boys are fired up about the up coming games and confident of we’ll get into the semis.”


Indoor Cricket World Cup - Men’s Points Table

Team Played For Against % Skins Wins Points

Australia 4 537 19 2826.3 15 4 27

Sri Lanka 4 399 227 175.8 9 4 21

South Africa 4 300 303 99.9 8 2 14

England 3 196 149 131.5 7 1 10

New Zealand 3 328 262 125.2 7 1 10

U. A. E. 4 248 470 52.8 6 1 9

India 4 17 595 2.9 0 0 0


Indoor Cricket World Cup - Women’s Points Table

Team Played For Against % Skins Wins Points

Australia 3 427 155 275.5 9 3 18

South Africa 3 399 271 147.2 9 2 15

Sri Lanka 3 275 174 158.0 8 2 14

New Zealand 3 333 279 119.4 5 1 8

England 3 268 311 86.2 5 1 8

India 3 -28 484 -5.8 0 0 0

The New Zealand Teams are: Men’s Graham Murray (Captain) - Central, Andrew Richardson - Southern, Craig Stevens - Southern, Nigel Collins - Northern, Paul Hermon - Northern, Brandon Hini - Southern, Craig Foster - Central, Sunnie Chan - Central, Matt Henderson - Southern, Bryce Fellows - Central, Jayson Davis - Central, Lindsay Rea (Manager) - Northern, Brian Stevens (assistant) ; Mark Cini (Coach) - Southern.

Women’s Sarah White (Captain) - Northern, Angela Mckee (Vice - Capt.) - Northern, Jess Little - Southern, Kim Minogue - Southern, Shannon Davidson - Northern, Jess Ramage - Northern, Carolyn Tooby - Southern, Natalie Glubb - Southern, Rochelle Ebrey - Northern, Aimee Williams - Northern, Miranda Walker - Southern, Gaylene Reisima - Northern, Amanda Ormandy (Manager) - Southern, Paul Knight (Coach) - Northern.

ENDS


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