The 2002 Under-19 Cricket World Cup was played in New Zealand from 19 January to 9 February 2002. A total of 16 sides competed in the tournament with Australia defeating South Africa in the final. Zimbabwes Tatenda Taibu was named Man of the Tournament.
The 2002 Indoor Cricket World Cup was an Indoor Cricket tournament that took place in Wellington, New Zealand from 30 September to 6 October 2002 involving both a mens and a womens division. There were a total of 17 matches played in the mens division and 14 matches played in the womens division. In the mens division a round robin tournament was played with each team playing the other once in order to rank the sides. All five teams then competed in the finals, with Australia eventually defeating New Zealand in the final itself. This win represented their 4th World Cup title in succession a ...
The 2002 Morocco Cup was a three-team cricket tournament which took place in Tangier, Morocco during August 2002. The tournament was the first occasion on which the highest level of international cricket had been played in north Africa. Pakistan, South Africa and Sri Lanka competed in the competition, which was funded by Abdul Rahman Bukhatir, a wealthy business man from the United Arab Emirates. Sri Lanka beat South Africa in the final to scoop the 0.000 prize money. The tournament, in addition to attracting TV audiences to Bukhatirs TEN Sports channel, promoted cricket in north Africa. A ...
The PSO Tri-Nation Tournament was a One Day International cricket tournament hosted by Kenya in 2002. The hosts were joined by Australia and Pakistan for the Round-robin tournament where each team played one another twice. The tournament acted as good preparation for the teams as the continent would be hosting the World Cup half a dozen months later. After topping the group, the unbeaten Australians took on Pakistan in the final. The Pakistanis batted first and posted 227 but with Australia at 1 for 67 in their chase the rain intervened and the game was declared a no result. The tournament ...
ⓘ 2002 in cricket
- The 2002 03 international cricket season was from September 2002 to April 2003. Match series Archive 2002 03 2002 03 season on ESPN Cricinfo
- The 2002 03 Bangladeshi cricket season featured the inaugural Test series in Bangladesh between Bangladesh and West Indies. It was followed by Bangladesh s
- The 2002 Under - 19 Cricket World Cup was played in New Zealand from 19 January to 9 February 2002 A total of 16 sides competed in the tournament with
- The Sri Lanka national cricket team toured Australia in the 2002 - 03 season and played a series of limited overs matches in the VB Series which also involved
- The England cricket team toured Australia in 2002 03, playing a five - Test series for The Ashes and a number of tour matches against Australian domestic
- The India national cricket team toured the West Indies from April to June 2002 to play 5 Test matches and 5 Limited Overs Internationals. Sourav Ganguly
- The 2002 international cricket season was from April to September 2002 2002 season on ESPN Cricinfo
- The Pakistan national cricket team toured Australia in June 2002 well outside the normal Australian cricket season. They played 3 One Day Internationals
- national cricket team played 3 Tests series against Pakistan in October 2002 The first test was played in Sri Lanka and other two were played in the UAE
- The West Indies national cricket team visited India in 2002 for a 3 - match test series and followed by 7 one day international matches. India won the test
- This article describes the history of cricket in India from the 2000 01 season to the present. The Australian cricket team toured India from February to
- article describes the history of cricket in Pakistan from the 2000 01 season to the present. Notable Pakistan players in the 21st century include Inzamam - ul - Haq