International Results

2018 Men’s Results

England in India

VI Cricket Twenty20 International Series

Tuesday 2nd October

India v England
England: 150/6
India: 151/3
India won by 7 wickets

Wednesday 3rd October

India v England
India: 217/5
England: 162/9
India won by 55 runs

Thursday 4th October

India v England
England: 139 All Out
India: did not bat
Match Abandoned Due To Rain

Series Result: India 2, England 0

Triangular Series

Friday 5th October

India beat Sri Lanka by 7 wickets

Saturday 6th October

India v England
India: 240/3
England: 43 All Out
India won by 197 runs

Monday 8th October

Sri Lanka v England
Sri Lanka: 258/7
England: 181/8
Sri Lanka won by 77 runs

Tuesday 9th October

India v England
England: 131/8
India: 132/5
India won by 5 wickets

Wednesday 10th October

India beat Sri Lanka by 1 run

Thursday 11th October

Sri Lanka v England
Sri Lanka: 205/7, M Dean 3-29
England: 181/5, M Dean 52, J Hollingsworth 48
Sri Lanka won by 24 runs

Friday 12th October

Semi-Final
Sri Lanka v England
England: 177/7
Sri Lanka: 178/0
Sri Lanka won by 10 wickets

Saturday 13th October

Final
India v Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka: 119 All Out
India: 120/0
India won by 10 wickets

2018 Women’s Results

All Matches 20 overs per side

Series held in Barbados

Monday 9th July

1st Practice Match
West Indies VI Women v UK VI Women’s Team
West Indies: 117/2 (20 overs), C Aulder 26, S Dunford 1-9
UK: 119/1 (12.3 overs), L Turner 37, A Robertson 33
UK Women’s VI Cricket Team won by 9 wickets

Tuesday 10th July

2nd Practice Match
West Indies VI Women v UK VI Women’s Team
UK: 135/4 (20 overs), A Large 39, R Edinboro 1-2
West Indies: 104/6 (20 overs), C Aulder 31, R Edinboro 30, L Turner 1-13
UK Women’s VI Cricket Team won by 31 runs

Wednesday 11th July

1st International Match
West Indies VI Women v UK VI Women’s Team
West Indies: 40 All Out, L Turner 3 run outs
UK: 41/0, L Turner 26*
UK Women’s VI Cricket Team won by 10 wickets

Thursday 12th July

Floodlit Practice Match
West Indies VI Women v UK VI Women’s Team
West Indies: 149/1 (20 overs), C Aulder 53*, C Kamera 1-19
UK: 125/7 (20 overs), L Turner 59*, M Crawford 3 run outs
West Indies VI Women won by 24 runs

Friday 13th July

2nd International Match, Floodlit
West Indies VI Women v UK VI Women’s Team
West Indies: 111/6 (20 overs), R Edinboro 29, A Buck 1-1, L Turner 4 run outs
UK: 61/0 (5 overs), L Turner 30*, A Robertson 19*
UK Women’s VI Cricket Team won the match as due to injuries and illness West Indies were unable to continue

Series Result: UK VI Womens VI Cricket Team 4, West Indies VI Women 1

2017 Results

Blind Cricket Twenty20 World Cup

In India – all matches 20 overs per side

Group Stage Results

Monday 30th January

India beat Bangladesh by 129 runs
Pakistan beat New Zealand by 10 wickets

Tuesday 31st January

England v Pakistan
Pakistan: 296/4
England: 198/6, P Blueitt 70 not out
Pakistan won by 98 runs

Australia beat Nepal by 10 wickets
Bangladesh beat South Africa by 72 runs
India beat West Indies by 142 runs
Sri Lanka beat New Zealand by 214 runs

Wednesday 1st February

England v New Zealand
New Zealand: 128/9
England: 129/2 (8.2 overs), M Page 38 not out
England won by 8 wickets

Australia beat South Africa by 7 wickets
Bangladesh beat Nepal by 59 runs
Pakistan beat India by 7 wickets
Sri Lanka beat West Indies by 130 runs

Thursday 2nd February

England v India:
England: 158 All Out, E Hossell 57
India: 159/0 (11 overs)
India won by 10 wickets

Australia beat New Zealand by 8 wickets
Bangladesh beat West Indies by 8 wickets
Nepal beat South Africa by 6 wickets
Pakistan beat Sri Lanka by 5 wickets

Friday 3rd February

England v Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka: 307/1
England: 204/7, P Blueitt 70 not out, M Dean 50
Sri Lanka won by 103 runs

Australia beat West Indies by 8 wickets
Bangladesh beat New Zealand by 90 runs
India beat South Africa by 9 wickets
Pakistan beat Nepal by 10 wickets

Saturday 4th February

England v South Africa
England: 257/5, J Hollingsworth 69, P Blueitt 56 not out
South Africa: 214/4, J Millard 2-28
England won by 43 runs

Bangladesh beat Australia by 9 runs
India beat Sri Lanka by 9 wickets
West Indies beat Nepal by 43 runs

Sunday 5th February

England v Bangladesh
Bangladesh: 214/5 (20 overs)
England: 214/6 (18 overs), P Blueitt 68, M Page 54
England won by 4 wickets

India beat Australia by 128 runs
Sri Lanka beat Nepal by 131 runs
West Indies beat New Zealand by 84 runs

Monday 6th February

Pakistan beat South Africa by 9 wickets
Sri Lanka beat Australia by 8 wickets

Tuesday 7th February

England v Nepal
England: 233/5, L Sugg 100, P Blueitt 60
Nepal: 143/7, J Hollingsworth 2-15, L Sugg 2-28
England won by 90 runs

India beat New Zealand by 9 wickets
Pakistan beat Bangladesh by 151 runs
West Indies beat South Africa by 65 runs

Wednesday 8th February

England v Australia
England: 251/3, P Blueitt 98 not out, J Hollingsworth 54, N Foy 40 not out
Australia: 193/5
England won by 58 runs

India beat Nepal by 152 runs
Pakistan beat West Indies by 182 runs
South Africa beat New Zealand by 9 wickets
Sri Lanka beat Bangladesh by 6 wickets

Thursday 9th February

England v West Indies
West Indies: 232/4
England: 233/4 (19.1 overs), P Blueitt 74 not out, E Hossell 64, J Hollingsworth 47
England won by 6 wickets

Nepal beat New Zealand by 141 runs
Pakistan beat Australia by 147 runs
Sri Lanka beat South Africa by 9 wickets

Friday 10th February
Semi Final

India v Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka: 174 All Out
India: 175/0 (13 overs)
India won by 10 wickets

Saturday 11th February
Semi Final

Pakistan v England
Pakistan: 309/1
England: 162/7, M Page 41
Pakistan won by 147 runs

Sunday 12th February
Final

Pakistan v India
Pakistan: 197/8
India: 200/1 (17.4 overs)
India won by 9 wickets

Group Stage Table
Final Table

1. Pakistan
Played: 9 Won: 9 Lost: 0 Drew: 0 Points: 27

2. India
Played: 9 Won: 8 Lost: 1 Drew: 0 Points: 24

3. Sri Lanka
Played: 9 Won: 7 Lost: 2 Drew: 0 Points: 21

4. England
Played: 9 Won: 6 Lost: 3 Drew: 0 Points: 18

5. Bangladesh
Played: 9 Won: 5 Lost: 4 Drew: 0 Points: 15

6. Australia
Played: 9 Won: 4 Lost: 5 Drew: 0 Points: 12

7. West Indies
Played: 9 Won: 3 Lost: 6 Drew: 0 Points: 9

8. Nepal
Played: 9 Won: 2 Lost: 7 Drew: 0 Points: 6

9. South Africa
Played: 9 Won: 1 Lost: 8 Drew: 0 Points: 3

10. New Zealand
Played: 9 Won: 0 Lost: 9 Drew: 0 Points: 0

2016 results

January 2016

The Lords Taverners International Series
England v Australia

Ashes Series
All matches 40 overs per side

Saturday 23rd
Match 1
Australia v England
Australia: 285/8, D Prichard 89 not out, R Moxley 61 not out, J Hollingsworth 2-48
England: 286/2 (38 overs), M Dean 96 not out, J Hollingsworth 76, L Sugg 53 not out
England won by 8 wickets
Man of the Match: Matt Dean

Sunday 24th
Match 2
Australia v England
England: 317/7, L Sugg 119, M Dean 116, D Prichard 5-40
Australia: 221 All Out, D Prichard 50, R Moxley 35, P Blueitt 2-53
England won by 96 runs
Man of the Match: Luke Sugg

Tuesday 26th
Match 3
Australia v England
England: 312/5, M Dean 101, L Sugg 92, J Hollingsworth 45
Australia: 162 All Out, M Cameron 52 not out, E Hossell 4-27
England won by 150 runs
Man of the Match: Ed Hossell
* Ed Hossell’s bowling figures were the best ever taken for England

Wednesday 27th
Match 4
Australia v England
Australia: 336/3, M Cameron 84 not out, M McCarthy 67 not out, R Segura 50
England: 294/8, M Bond 78 not out, J Hollingsworth 52, L Heaven 2-39
Australia won by 42 runs
Man of the Match: Matt Cameron

Friday 29th
Match 5
Australia v England
Australia: 261/8 ( 40 overs), R Segura 68, M Cameron 61, L Heaven 46 not out, E Hossell 5-35, P Blueitt 2-53
England: 129/0 (15.1 overs), D Field 58 not out, M Dean 52 not out
England won by 51 runs via comparative score after the game was ended by rain
Man Of The Match: Dan Field
*Ed Hossell’s bowling figures are the best ever taken for England, beating his earlier record

Ashes Series Score
Australia 1 England 4

Twenty20 International Series
All matches 20 overs per side

Friday 22nd
Match 1
Australia v England
Match Abandoned due to rain without a ball being bowled.

Saturday 30th

Match 2
Australia v England
England: 165/5, M Dean 58 not out, L Heaven 2-16
Australia 166/3 (19.5 overs), L Heaven 69, S Palmer 54 not out
Australia won by 7 wickets
Man of the Match: Lindsay Heaven

Sunday 31st

Match 3
Australia v England
Australia: 169/4, L Heaven 88 not out, S Palmer 33
England: 170/4 (18.3 overs), M Dean 61 not out, P Blueitt 24
England won by 6 wickets
Man of the Match: Lindsay Heaven

Twenty20 Series Score
Australia 1 England 1

2015 Results

Royal London One Day International Series

Match 1
Sunday 24th May 2015
At Leamington Cricket Club
India: 314/6 (36 overs), K Patel 64, A Reddy 59, Prakash 44, Ganesh 42 not out
England: 256 All Out (32.2 overs), N Foy 90, L Sugg 72
India won by 58 runs
** Match reduced to 36 overs per side due to rain

Match 2
Monday 25th May 2015
At Wolverhampton Cricket Club
India: 295 All Out (37.4 overs), A Reddy 121 not out, K Patel 48, J Hollingsworth 4-45
England: 212 All Out (35.4 overs), M Dean 80, M Page 54
India won by 83 runs

Match 3
Friday 29th May 2015
At Arundel Castle Cricket Club
India: 317/3 (33.3 overs), Venkatesh 109 not out, A Reddy 71 not out, Madhu 61, Sonu 42
England: did not bat
Match Abandoned due to rain

India won the Royal London One Day International series 2-0

Twenty20 International Series

Match 1
Thursday 28th May 2015
At The KIA Oval
England: 213/5, L Sugg 62, N Foy 56, P Blueitt 32 not out
India: 214/6 (18.5 overs), Prakesh 77, Ganesh 37, J Hollingsworth 3-33
India won by 4 wickets

Match 2
Saturday 30th May 2015
At Arundel Castle Cricket Club
England: 133/7, M Dean 40
India: 134/4 (16.1 overs),Venkatesh 39, K Patel 36
India won by 6 wickets

Match 3
Saturday 30th May 2015
At Arundel Castle Cricket Club
India: 257/2, K Patel 102 not out, S Naik 79, Prakesh 63
England: 180/8, S Ledwith 37
India won by 77 runs

India won the Twenty20 Series 3-0

2014 Results

Blind Cricket World Cup – Cape Town, South Africa

All matches are 40 overs per side

Group Stage

Friday 28th November
England v South Africa
England: 341/2, L Sugg 162 not out, M Dean 133
South Africa: 300/6
England won by 41 runs

Pakistan beat India by 7 wickets

Saturday 29th November
England v India
England: 259/9, M Dean 59, L Sugg 52
India: 260/2
India won by 8 wickets

Australia beat Bangladesh
Pakistan beat South Africa by 7 wickets

Sunday 30th November
England v Pakistan
Pakistan: 446/8
England: 239/7, M Page 68, J Hollingsworth 40
Pakistan won by 207 runs

South Africa beat Bangladesh by 170 runs
Sri Lanka beat Australia by 7 wickets

Monday 1st December
Australia beat South Africa by 5 wickets
India beat Sri Lanka by 140 runs
Pakistan beat Bangladesh by 9 wickets

Tuesday 2nd December
England v Bangladesh
England: 504/6, D Field 123, M Page 117, K Duncan 60 not out, L Sugg 45
Bangladesh: 350/9, J Millard 3-60
England won by 154 runs

India beat Australia by 9 wickets
Pakistan beat Sri Lanka by 224 runs

Wednesday 3rd December
England v Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka: 391/8, J Hollingsworth 4-54
England: 301 All Out, L Sugg 130, M Page 102
Sri Lanka won by 90 runs

Pakistan beat Australia by 9 wickets
India beat South Africa by 8 wickets

Thursday 4th December
England v Australia
England: 469/3, J Hollingsworth 144, L Sugg 134 not out
Australia: 323 All Out
England won by 146 runs

India beat Bangladesh by 10 wickets
Sri Lanka beat South Africa by 8 wickets

Saturday 6th December

Semi-finals

Pakistan v England
England 264/8, L Sugg 105, J Hollingsworth 53
Pakistan: 268/2
Pakistan won by 8 wickets

India v Sri Lanka
India: 407 All Out
Sri Lanka: 273/9
India won by 134 runs

Sunday 7th December

Final

Pakistan v India
Pakistan: 389/7 (40 overs)
India: 392/5 (39.4 overs)
India won by 5 wickets

Group Stage Table

1. Pakistan: Played 5, points 15
2. India: Played 5, Points 12
3. Sri Lanka: Played 5, Points 9
4. England: Played 5, Points 6
5. Australia: Played 5, Points 3
6. South Africa: Played 5, Points 0

** Bangladesh arrived late so their fixtures were counted as friendly matches

2012 Results

England v Australia

Ashes Series

Game 1

Wednesday 30th May
At Malvern College
Australia: 319 All Out (39.5 overs), M Khatri 3-54
England: 243 All Out (33.4 overs), A Powers 118, R Moxley 5-38
Australia won by 76 runs
Man of the Match: Ray Moxley (Australia)

Game 2

Thursday 31st May
At Malvern College
England: 338/6 (40 overs), A Powers 107, L Sugg 107 not out
Australia: 260/2 (30.1 overs), M Horsey 90 not out, M Zanus 54
Australia won by 8 wickets after rain revised target
(Rain Revised target of 260 from 33 overs)
Man of the Match: Andy Powers (England)

Game 3

Saturday 2nd June
At Warwick School
England 297/7 (40 overs), M Dean 59, H Swanepoel 57
Australia: 298/8 (40 overs), M Horsey 68 not out, M Haskitt 54, D Gorsey 51
Australia won by 2 wickets
Man of the Match: Matt Horsey (Australia)

* Australia won the Ashes series 3-0.

Twenty20 Series for the Julie Powers Memorial Trophy

Game 1

Sunday 3rd June
At Feckenham CC
Rained Off

Game 2

Monday 4th June
At Leamington Cricket Club
England 209/1 (20 overs), M Dean 111 not out
Australia: 135 All Out (15.5 overs), L Sugg 3-19
England won by 74 runs
Man of the Match: Matt Dean (England)

Game 3

Monday 4th June
At Leamington Cricket Club
Australia: 147/3 (20 overs), L Heaven 69 not out
England: 149/1 (17.2 overs), A Powers 82 not out
England won by 9 wickets
Man of the Match: Andy Powers (England)

Game 4

Tuesday 5th June
At Feckenham CC
Rained Off

* England won the Twenty20 series 2-0.

Twenty20 World Cup

Group Stage

Sunday 2nd December
England v Pakistan
Pakistan: 329/1
England: 163/7
Pakistan won by 166 runs

Monday 3rd December
England v India
India: 325/3
England: 151/7
India won by 174 runs

Tuesday 4th December
England v Bangladesh
Bangladesh: 7/0 (1.1 overs)
Match Abandoned, Rain

Wednesday 5th December
England v Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka: 202/6
England: 189/6, M Dean 68, L Sugg 52
Sri Lanka won by 13 runs

Thursday 6th December
England v South Africa
England: 265/1, M Dean 139 not out, J Hollingsworth 69
South Africa: 180/6, L Sugg 3-17
England won by 85 runs

Friday 7th December
England v Nepal
Nepal: 151/9
England: 152/0 (8.2 overs), A Powers 77 not out, M Dean 63 not out
England won by 10 wickets

Saturday 8th December
England v Australia
Australia: 273/5
England: 274/7 (19.4 overs), M Dean 95
England won by 3 wickets

Monday 10th December
England v West Indies
West Indies: 213/6
England: 217/3 (16.4 overs) A Powers 122
England won by 7 wickets

Semi Final

Wednesday 12th December
England v Pakistan
England: 181/9, M Dean 61
Pakistan: 182/1 (13 overs)
Pakistan won by 9 wickets

Final

Thursday 13th December
Pakistan v India
India: 258/8
Pakistan: 229/8
India won by 29 runs

Group Stage Table

1. Pakistan: Played 8, Points 24
2. India: Played 8, Points 21
3. Sri Lanka: Played 8, Points 18
4. England: Played 8, Points 13
5. Australia: Played 8, Points 12
6. West Indies: Played 8, Points 9
7. South Africa: Played 8, Points 4
8. Nepal: Played 8, Points 3
9. Bangladesh: Played 8, Points 2

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