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Asian Cricket News December 2006

Sri Lanka vs New Zealand First ODI at Napier

SL vs NZ, First ODI, Napier: Jayasuriya century fires Sri Lanka to easy victory

Ross Taylor's maiden international century was overshadowed by a sublime ton from old master Sanath Jayasuriya as Sri Lanka beat New Zealand in the first one-day international of the National Bank series.
First ODI, Napier : Sri Lanka 289-3 (40 Overs) beat New Zealand 285-8 (50 Overs) by 7 wickets

Sri Lanka vs New Zealand Second Twenty20 at Auckland

New Zealand beat Sri Lanka to share twenty20 series

Nathan Astle scored an unbeaten 40 from 37 balls to guide New Zealand to a five-wicket win over Sri Lanka in a Twenty20 cricket international on Tuesday, tying the two-match series 1-1.
Second Twenty20, Auckland : Sri Lanka 115 (18.2 Overs) beat New Zealand 116-5 (18.3 Overs) by 5 wickets

Sri Lanka vs New Zealand First Twenty20 at Wellington

Jayasuriya steers Sri Lanka to victory

Sanath Jayasuriya blazed an unbeaten half-century to steer Sri Lanka to victory over New Zealand in their rain-affected Twenty20 international in Wellington on Friday.
First Twenty20, Wellington : Sri Lanka 62-1 (5.5 Overs) beat New Zealand 162-8 (20 Overs) by 18 runs (D/L Method)

Women's Asia Cup Cricket Series 2006-07

India lift women's cricket Asia Cup

India trounced Sri Lanka by eight wickets to lift the women's cricket Asia Cup for the third consecutive year at the Sawai Man Singh stadium, Jaipur.
Women's Asia Cup 2006-07, Jaipur - Final : India Women 94-2 (27.5 overs) beat Sri Lanka Women 93 all out (44 overs) by 8 wickets

Indian eves favourites to win Asia Cup

Indian eves, gunning for a hat-trick of titles, start strong favourites when they take on Sri Lanka in the final of the third women's Asia Cup cricket tournament at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium, Jaipur on Thursday.

India to meet Sri Lanka in Asia cup final

India maintained a clean slate as they thrashed Pakistan by a huge 103-run margin in their last league match at the Women's Asia Cup Cricket tournament at the Sawai Mansingh stadium, Jaipur.
Women's Asia Cup 2006-07, Jaipur : India Women 244-7 (40.0 overs) beat Pakistan Women 141-8 (50 overs) by 103 runs

Sri Lanka vs New Zealand Second Test at Wellington

Sri Lanka beat New Zealand by 217 runs

Muttiah Muralitharan took six for 87, completing match figures of 10 for 118, as Sri Lanka beat New Zealand by 217 runs in the second cricket Test on Monday to tie the two-match series 1-1.
Second Test, Wellington, day four : Sri Lanka 268 & 365 beat New Zealand 130 & 286 by 217 runs

Women's Asia Cup Cricket Series 2006-07

Sri Lanka beat Pakistan by five wikets

half-century by D D Silva and an all-round performance by E Loksurya helped Sri Lankan women crush Pakistan by five wickets today and storm into the final of the third women's Asia Cup cricket tournament.
Women's Asia Cup 2006-07, Jaipur ODI 2: Sri Lanka Women 167-5 (40.0 overs) beat Pakistan Women 166-7 (50 overs) by five wickets

West Indies in Pakistan 2006

Pakistan wraps up ODI series

Opening batsmen Mohammad Hafeez and Kamran Akmal hit half centuries and piloted Pakistan to a seven-wicket victory against the West Indies in the fifth and final one-day international on Saturday.
Fifth ODI, Karachi : West Indies 238-7 (50 overs) beat Pakistan 239-3 (46.5 overs) by seven wickets

Bangladesh vs Scotland Cricket Series 2006 - 07

Bangladesh beat Scotland, clinch series 2-0

Bangladesh beat Scotland by 146 runs Sunday in their second limited overs cricket match and won the series 2-0 helped by half centuries from Aftab Ahmed and Mashrafe Bin Mortaza.

Bangladesh defeated Scotland by six wickets

Scotland's two-match one-day international series against Bangladesh ended in a six-wicket defeat in Chittagong.

Scotland captain hopes to win both ODIs

Captain of the visiting Scotland cricket team Craig McIntyre Wright Tuesday said they would try to win both the matches of the Aktel One Day International (ODI) Series against the high-flying home side.

Sri Lanka vs New Zealand Second Test at Wellington

Sangakkara's ton boost Sri Lanka

Kumar Sangakkara made 156 not out to guide Sri Lanka to 268 as it won the toss and batted on the opening day of the second cricket test against New Zealand at the Basin Reserve on Friday.
Second Test, Wellington, day one (close): Sri Lanka 268 v New Zealand 66-4

Women's Asia Cup Cricket Series 2006-07

Indian eves crush Sri Lanka

Indian eves continued their march towards a third successive title by crushing Sri Lanka by 10 wickets in the women's Asia Cup cricket tournament at the Sawai Mansingh stadium in Jaipur on Friday.
Women's Asia Cup 2006-07, Jaipur: India Women 146-0 (31.3 overs) beat Sri Lanka Women 145-8 (50 overs) by ten wickets

Thumping win for Sri Lanka

Sri Lanka skipper Shashikala Sriwardane led from the front to help her side score a thumping seven-wicket win over Pakistan in the women's Asia Cup cricket tournament match at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium here on Thursday. Shasikala took four wickets to restrict Pakistan to 147 for nine.
Women's Asia Cup 2006-07, Jaipur: Sri Lanka Women 151-3 (43.2 overs) beat Pakistan Women 147-9 (50 overs) by seven wickets

India Women beat Pakistan by 80 runs

A solid batting performance from the Indian Women, led by a patient half-century from Rumeli Dhar, helped them to a thumping 80-run win over their Pakistan counterparts in the opening game of the Asia Cup at Jaipur.
Women's Asia Cup 2006-07, Jaipur: India Women 239-9 beat Pakistan Women 159-6 by 80 runs

Women's Asia Cup begins in Jaipur today

A confident India will take on resurgent Pakistan in the inaugural match of the 3rd Women's Asia Cup Cricket tournament at the Sawai Mansingh Stadium on Wednesday.

West Indies in Pakistan 2006

West Indies beat Pakistan by seven wickets

Marlon Samuels smashed his first century in a One-Day International in four years today to power the West Indies to an emphatic seven-wicket victory over new-look Pakistan in the fourth one-dayer of the series.
Fourth ODI, Multan: West Indies 212-3 (34.5 overs) beat Pakistan 209 (49.5 overs) by seven wickets

Bangladesh vs Scotland Cricket Series 2006 - 07

BCB Academy beat Scotland in warm-up match

Riding on a superb century by opener Tamim Iqbal, Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) Academy team earned a 33-run win over visiting Scotland national team in a warm-up match at the Bir Sresthho Shaheed Ruhul Amin Stadium in Chittagong.

Scotland promise better show against Bangladesh

A 20-member Scotland national team, led by Craig McIntyre Wright, arrived in the city Monday to play two one day internationals (ODIs) of the Aktel Series against Bangladesh.

Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe 5th ODI at Mirpur

Bangladesh whitewash Zimbabwe

Bangladesh Cricket team led by Habibul Bashar whitewashed the visiting Zimbabwe Cricket team 5-0 when the hosts composed a hard-fought three-wicket victory over the touring African side in the fifth and final One Day International (ODI) match at the crowd-packed Mirpur Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium on Saturday.
One-day international, Mirpur: Bangladesh 194-7 (49 overs) bt Zimbabwe 193-8 (50 overs) by three wickets

Sri Lanka vs New Zealand First Test at Christchurch

New Zealand seal rare Christchurch win

New Zealand secured a nervous five-wicket victory in the low-scoring first Test match against Sri Lanka in Christchurch on today.
First Test, Christchurch, day three: New Zealand 206 & 119-5 beat Sri Lanka 154 & 170 by five wickets

Sri Lanka fight for survival in first test

Sri Lanka held a tenuous 73-run lead over New Zealand with only two second innings wickets remaining at stumps on the second day of the first cricket test at Jade Stadium on Friday.
First Test, Christchurch, day two (stumps): Sri Lanka 154 & 124 for 8; New Zealand 206

Kiwis take charge in Christchurch

Fast bowlers Shane Bond and James Franklin and recalled batsmen Mathew Sinclair and Craig Cumming gave New Zealand control of the first cricket test against Sri Lanka after its opening day Thursday.
First Test, Christchurch, first day (stumps): Sri Lanka 154; New Zealand 85-2

New Zealand injury fears for Christchurch Test

New Zealand's hopes of extending their unbeaten record at home to Sri Lanka suffered a setback on the eve of today's first Test when seamer Michael Mason was ruled out with a hamstring strain.

Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe 4th ODI at Fatullah

Bangladesh beat Zimbabwe by 8 wickets

Bangladesh remained on course for a series whitewash against Zimbabwe by winning the fourth match of their best of five series by eight wickets.
One-day international, Mirpur: Bangladesh 147-2 (32.2 overs) bt Zimbabwe 146 (47.2 overs) by eight wickets

Bangladesh to play against Zimbabwe for victory today

Bangladesh National Cricket team led by Habibul Bashar will take on the visiting Zimbabwe team today in the fourth One Day International (ODI) match of the five-match Aktel ODI Series.

Bangladesh vs Zimbabwe 3rd ODI at Bogra

Bangladesh won the ODI series

Abdur Razzak turned in an excellent performance of left-arm spin as Bangladesh clinched a 26-run win against Zimbabwe at Bogra to take an unbeatable 3-0 lead in the five-match series on Tuesday. Sean Williams scored 68, his highest ODI score, but none of the other batsmen offered much support as Razzaq struck repeatedly to finish with 5 for 33, his first five-for in ODIs.
ODI, Bogra: Bangladesh 220 (49.2 ovs) bt Zimbabwe 194 (49 ovs) by 26 runs

Bangladesh wants to ensure ODI series

Bangladesh will play to win the five-match series when they take on Zimbabwe Tuesday at Shaheed Chandhu Stadium.



Editor: Nishanth Gopinathan.