Test Match

Test match in some sports refers to a sporting contest between national representative teams and may refer to:

  • Test cricket
  • Test match (rugby union)
  • Test match (rugby league)
  • Test match (association football)

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Louis Picamoles - International Career - International Tries
... November 2008 Stade Bonal, Sochaux, France Pacific Islanders 42-17 Test Match 2 ... Estadio Mario Alberto Kempes, Cordoba, Argentina Argentina 20-23 Test Match 3. 10 November 2012 Stade de France, Saint-Denis, France Australia 33-10 Test Match 4 ...
Australian Cricket Team In India In 2008–09
... cricket team toured India from 9 October to 10 November 2008 and played four test matches, for the Border-Gavaskar Trophy ... During the second test match Sachin Tendulkar became the first person to make 12,000 runs in Test cricket breaking Brian Lara's record of 11,953 runs ... India's 320 run victory in the second test match was also their biggest win against Australia in terms of runs, eclipsing the 222-run victory that came in ...
List Of England National Rugby Union Team Results 2000–2009 - 2004
... Saint-Denis Six Nations New Zealand 36. 12/06/2004 Carisbrook, Dunedin First Test New Zealand 36. 19/06/2004 Eden Park, Auckland Second Test Australia 51. 26/06/2004 ...
Ajith C. S. Perera - Cricket Career: 1972 – - Major Achievements
... He is the first and only test-match-panel Cricket Umpire the Royal College Colombo and the University of Colombo have ever produced ... Sri Lanka gained test status in 1981 as a full member of the international cricket council ... his way to the six-member Sri Lanka test-match-panel of cricket umpires on 10 November 1992 ...

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