Ireland Women's Cricket Team in England in 2010

Ireland women's cricket team in England in 2010

The Ireland women's cricket team are touring England from 5 July to 7 July 2010 where they are playing the England women's cricket team in one One Day Internationals (ODI). Ireland also play New Zealand in an ODI on 4 July

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Australian cricket team in England in 1890

The Australian cricket team in England in 1890 played 34 first-class matches including two Test matches (a third Test was abandoned due to bad weather without play ever starting)

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Pakistani cricket team in England in 1971

The Pakistan cricket team toured England in the 1971 season to play a three-match Test series against England. England won the series 1-0 with 2 matches drawn.

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Indian cricket team in England in 1946

The Indian national cricket team toured England in the 1946 season and played 29 first-class fixtures with 11 wins, 4 defeats and 14 draws. The 1946 season marked a return to normal first-class cricket in England following the end of World War II. The Test series between England and India was the first to be played in England since the West Indies tour in 1939. England won the series 1-0 with two matches drawn, their success largely due to the impact of debutant Alec Bedser who took 22 wickets in his first two Tests

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Pakistani cricket team in England in 1962

The Pakistan cricket team toured England in the 1962 season to play a five-match Test series against England. They also played a match in Ireland. The team is officially termed the Second Pakistanis as it was their second tour of England, following their inaugural tour in 1954. The Test series was the third between the two teams after those in England in 1954 and in Pakistan in 1961-62. Ted Dexter captained England in four Tests and Colin Cowdrey in one; Javed Burki captained Pakistan in all five Tests. England won the series 4-0 with one match drawn. The Second Pakistanis played 36 matches in all, 29 of them rated first-class including the five Tests. They won only four of their first-class fixtures and lost eight, the other 17 matches being drawn. Their outstanding player on tour was Mushtaq Mohammad, who was elected one of the Wisden Cricketers of the Year.

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South African cricket team in England in 1929

The South African cricket team toured England in the 1929 season to play a five-match Test series against England. It was the first tour since 1924, though Tests has been played between the two sides in the interim with the 1927-28 England tour of South Africa. England won the 1929 Test series, winning two matches with the other three games drawn. In first-class matches overall, the South Africans won nine games and lost seven, with 18 being drawn. There were three non-first-class matches; two of them ended in South African victories, the other was drawn.

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Pakistani cricket team in England in 2006

The Pakistan national cricket team toured England in 2006 for a four-match Test series, a five-match One Day International series and a single Twenty20 International. After a drawn first Test, England won the next two matches before being awarded the final match in controversial circumstances; on the fourth day, Pakistan's players were penalised for ball tampering and refused to resume play after the tea interval, leading the umpires to award England the match and a 3-0 series victory. In 2008, the ICC controversially declared the result of the final Test as a draw, altering the scoreline to 2-0; however, after criticism, not least by the MCC, this was subsequently reversed in February 2009 and the result restored as an England victory. .

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Australian cricket team in England in 1956

The Australian cricket team toured England in the 1956 season to play a five-match Test series against England for The Ashes. England won the series 2-1 with 2 matches drawn and therefore retained The Ashes. The series is most notable for off-spinner Jim Laker's 46 wickets (a record for a 5-Test series) at an average of 9.60, including all ten wickets in the second innings of the fourth Test at Old Trafford, the first time this had been achieved in Test cricket. In that Test, known as Laker's Match, Laker took 19 wickets for 90 runs, still the best match bowling analysis achieved in both Test and all first-class cricket. The cartoonist Roy Ullyett summed up the summer with the picture of a dazed kangaroo in Australian strip and the ditty: Here lie the Ashes of '56, skittled by Laker for next to nix. Never forgotten, sorry you thought our wicket rotten, signed "Love from the groundstaff". The second line refers to the Australian complaints that the grass had been shaved off the Old Trafford wicket to help the England spinners.

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