New Zealand v Sri Lanka 2004/5

Discussion in 'All Other Sports' started by umosay, Dec 13, 2004.

  1. umosay

    umosay Guest

    Sri Lanka in NZ 2004-05
    December 2004:
    21 Sri Lanka v Central Districts, New Plymouth
    23 Sri Lanka v Northern Districts, Hamilton
    26 New Zealand v Sri Lanka (1st ODI), Auckland
    27 Reserve Day
    29 New Zealand v Sri Lanka (2nd ODI), Napier
    30 Reserve Day
    January 2005:
    2 New Zealand v Sri Lanka (3rd ODI) Queenstown
    4 New Zealand v Sri Lanka (4th ODI) Christchurch
    5 Reserve Day
    8 New Zealand v Sri Lanka (5th ODI) Wellington
    9 Reserve Day
    10-12 Sri Lanka v Auckland, Auckland
    15-19 New Zealand v Sri Lanka (1st Test), Hamilton
    22-26 New Zealand v Sri Lanka (2nd Test), Wellington

    nzcricket.co.nz

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    Should be a good ODI series with NZ looking to go 2nd in the rankings.. rebuilding time for the test team
     
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  3. NZL Fan

    NZL Fan Guest

    At least they have had the sense to include "reserve" days (unlike our transtasman brothers............. [​IMG] )
     
  4. esoj

    esoj Guest

    yeah reserve days are a good idea for sure. I guess with pakistan coming only a few days afterthe odi series tehy wanted to get maxuim rest and prepartion time. The odi series should be good with nz having a great year and sri lankans very dangerou top order. the test series will be interstingwith nz playing badly in recent times and also the need for a new opener with the retirement of richardson
     
  5. aussie1st

    aussie1st Guest

    lol the reason that cricket australia is giving for no reserve days apart form the obvious where the schedule is to hectic is the fact that NZ and other countries that make reserve days is because they rain a lot more than aus. But i feel if a series is into a decider why not ask the captains if they want to play a reserve day if it wasn't scheduled.
     
  6. This series will be awesome, I cant wait but with me being biased we should reclaim our 2nd place in the ODI's but sadly dont see us winning any tests.
     
  7. esoj

    esoj Guest

    yeah go the black caps hopefully they pull of the series win. Weathr not too good in auckland at the moment hope itclears up so that the game won't be delayed on boxing day
     
  8. Ripper

    Ripper Guest

    Haha, Pure Ownage, hopefully it will last a bit longer when I go to the Napier One Dayer
     
  9. neh

    neh Guest

    the blacks caps always show what home advantage is
     
  10. Serge

    Serge Guest

    New Zealand hosts the most boring ODIs in the world.
    Id rather see us lose and have an entertaining match than it be boring and we win.
     
  11. umosay

    umosay Guest

    Sri Lanka may bee heading home, meeting at 5pm today to see if the tour will be cancelled
     
  12. neh

    neh Guest

    oh well its their decision i bet our boys would come home if something like that happened here
     
  13. umosay

    umosay Guest

    Home? there would be nothing left [​IMG]
     
  14. source:www.blackcaps.co.nz
    Tour continues, but Napier match re-scheduled


    The New Zealand Cricket and Sri Lanka Cricket boards tonight confirmed that Sri Lanka’s tour of New Zealand would continue despite the consequences of the Tsunami which struck Sri Lanka yesterday.

    However, the second National Bank ODI match due to be played in Napier this Wednesday, December 29, has been postponed and will now be played in Napier on Tuesday, January 11.

    This joint decision has been reached out of respect for the people of Sri Lanka and the effect this tragedy is having on them.

    New Zealand Cricket chief executive Martin Snedden said, as a result of the timetable change, there would be a slight rescheduling of dates for the test match section of the tour. These dates will be finalised within the next 24 hours but both matches would definitely proceed, Snedden said.

    “New Zealand Cricket has great compassion for the people of Sri Lanka and what they have suffered during this terrible time.

    “It is testament to the strong relationship between the two boards that they have worked together to quickly find a workable solution,†he said.

    The ODI series will recommence with the match in Queenstown this coming Sunday, January 2.
     
  15. umosay

    umosay Guest

    Good News
     
  16. Yeah it is now we get to earn the right to keep second place
     
  17. Ripper

    Ripper Guest

    if they went home would it be counted as a victory in our favour?
     
  18. An Tarbh

    An Tarbh Guest

    The tour has been called off afterall, understandable. The death toll in Sri Lanka alone is 22000 at the moment. The series will be replayed at some future date.
     
  19. umosay

    umosay Guest

    It's the right decision for sure, although sad for nz cricket fans
     
  20. Well at least we stay 2nd in the world [​IMG]
     
  21. -JJ-

    -JJ- Guest

    We would've anyway.

    Ah well, I have no complaints about Sri Lanka's decision.
     
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