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1979 cricket world cupの例文

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  • A right-arm 1975 and 1979 Cricket World Cups.
  • This was their first major tournament win since the 1979 Cricket World Cup.
  • His one taste of international cricket came in the 1979 Cricket World Cup in England.
  • This ended a 14-month span in which Gavaskar played in 22 Tests and the 1979 Cricket World Cup.
  • He was dropped in favour of Bharath Reddy for the 1979 Cricket World Cup and the subsequent series against England.
  • In the 1979 Cricket World Cup, the West Indies were once again in the final, this time against England.
  • He played in the 1979 Cricket World Cup where he took two wickets against Australia ( bowling the master class batsman Allan Border ).
  • Tennekoon's fourth and final ODI was against New Zealand on 9 June 1979, as part of the 1979 Cricket World Cup.
  • Yardley was overlooked for selection for the 1979 Cricket World Cup in favour of Graeme Porter however he was selected to tour India in 1979.
  • A member of Sri Lanka's tour of England and Ireland in 1979, he played two ODIs in the 1979 Cricket World Cup.
  • He played in two 1979 Cricket World Cup matches in England as a medium pace bowler taking three wickets at an average of 11.00.
  • The 1979 Cricket World Cup saw the introduction of the ICC Trophy, a competition used to select non-Test playing teams for the World Cup.
  • His success in his one Test in charge saw Hughes appointed as captain of the Australian team for the 1979 Cricket World Cup to be held in England.
  • Brearley also captained England to the final of the 1979 Cricket World Cup, scoring 53 in the semi-final against New Zealand and 64 in the final against the West Indies.
  • In the 1975 and 1979 Cricket World Cups, each team played a round-robin, while in the following two tournaments, each team played the rest in their group twice.
  • The "'1979 Cricket World Cup "'( officially the "'Prudential World Cup "') was the second edition of the tournament and was won by the 1975.
  • Despite playing in the 1979 Cricket World Cup and in all six Tests on the 1979 / 80 Australian tour to India, Hilditch was dropped from the Australian side once the World Series Cricket players were available again and even found it difficult to get a regular game for NSW . Hilditch did not play First-class cricket in the 1981 / 82 season.