last Seven Days In International Cricket

 

 

Last Seven days of International Cricket was only one test match played between Westindeas & Australia at Bridgetown Which turned out to be a thirler, the result was of in favour of Australia but it came on Day-5 of  1st Test match.

Some other One day Internationals are being played between Youth (U-19) at Townswille, Icc intercontinental cup, & Icc world cricket league is being played between associates at different venues.

 

Test matches

1st Test: West Indies v Australia at Bridgetown – Apr 7-11, 2012

West Indies 449/9d and 148; Australia 406/9d and 192/7

Australia won by 3 wickets

 

Youth One-Day Internationals

6th Match: England Under-19s v India Under-19s at Townsville – Apr 9, 2012

India Under-19s 268/9 (50 ov); England Under-19s 272/6 (49.4 ov)

England U19 won by 4 wickets (with 2 balls remaining)

 

2nd Semi-Final: England Under-19s v India Under-19s at Townsville – Apr 13, 2012

India Under-19s 239 (49.1 ov); England Under-19s 176 (44.5 ov)

India U19 won by 63 runs

 

5th Match: Australia Under-19s v New Zealand Under-19s at Townsville – Apr 9, 2012

New Zealand Under-19s 146 (48.4 ov); Australia Under-19s 147/4 (35.2 ov)

Aust U19 won by 6 wickets (with 88 balls remaining)

 

1st Semi-Final: Australia Under-19s v New Zealand Under-19s at Townsville – Apr 13, 2012

Australia Under-19s 285/9 (50 ov); New Zealand Under-19s 281/9 (50 ov)

Aust U19 won by 4 runs

 

ICC Intercontinental Cup

Namibia v Canada at Windhoek – Apr 5-8, 2012

Canada 274 and 213; Namibia 374 and 119/2

Namibia won by 8 wickets

 

ICC World Cricket League Championship

23rd Match: Namibia v Canada at Windhoek – Apr 10, 2012

Namibia 183 (47.1 ov); Canada 184/8 (48.5 ov)

Canada won by 2 wickets (with 7 balls remaining)

 

24th Match: Namibia v Canada at Windhoek – Apr 12, 2012

Namibia 154 (45.5 ov); Canada 133 (46.5 ov)

Namibia won by 21 runs

 

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