Test Series

Some articles on test, tests, series, test series:

Bennie Osler
... This was the first of his 17 consecutive Test appearances for South Africa ... Osler played in the other three Tests of Britain's tour, and contributed to South Africa winning three of the four Tests ... The only Test of the series the Springboks did not win was their 3–3 draw in Port Elizabeth where Osler was temporarily knocked out ...
Liam De Young - Field Hockey - National Team
... In 2009, he was a member of the national team during a five game test series in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia against Malaysia ... In February during the training camp, he played in a four nations test series with the teams being the Kookaburras, Australia A Squad, the Netherlands and Argentina ... He is one of several Queensland based players likely to play in a three game test series to be played in Cairns, Queensland from 22 to 25 June against the New Zealand's ...
Adrian Barath - Career
... He made his Test debut for the West Indies against Australia at The Gabba on 26 November 2009 ... youngest ever West Indian player to score a Test century, having taken over from George Headley ... A three-Test series followed and Barath replaced Kraigg Brathwaite as opener ...
Sri Lankan Cricket Team In Bangladesh In 2008–09 - Test Series - 2nd Test
... India v Australia Bangladesh v New Zealand T20 Quadrangular Series (Canada) Associates Tri-Series (Kenya) South Africa v Kenya November 2008 South Africa v Bangladesh Pakistan v West ...

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