Some articles on series wins, series win, win, series:
... New Zealand achieve historic test series wins over Australia and England ... Their 1-0 victory over Alan Border's Australians in February/March 1986 was their first series win over Australia at home with a 5 wicket win in the third test at Eden Park ... This followed on from their 2-1 series win in Australia in November/December 1985, where Richard Hadlee took a record 33 wickets in three tests ...
... players at Lang Park when the teams took the field for the opening match of the series, and it was thought players new to Origin football such as Michael O'Connor ... O'Connor only played three games at centre, all three during the 1988 Ashes series against Great Britain following the international retirement of Kenny, and the unavailability of both Miles and Meninga with ... O'Connor scored a personal tally of 44 points in the 3-0 Ashes series win against the Great Britain Lions, including 22 in the first test at Old ...
... won at least one race in each of the top three NASCAR divisions Sprint Cup Series, Nationwide Series and Camping World Truck Series ... Driver 1st Sprint Cup Series Win 1st Nationwide Series Win 1st Camping World Truck Series Win 1. 03-05-2006 Mexico City 10-29-2011 Martinsville The following drivers have won in each of the three series during the same season Terry Labonte (1995), Kevin Harvick ...
... Series win droughts up to 2012 NBA Playoffs ... Longest streak in team history † Tied for longest streak in team history Team Last series win in NBA Playoffs Seasons Reference New York Knicks 2000 Eastern Semifinals 12 Portland Trail ...
... Below are drivers who have scored victories in just two of the top three series ... Driver 1st Sprint Cup Series Win 1st Nationwide Series Win 1st Camping World Truck Series Win Aric Almirola 06-23-2007 Milwaukee 05-15-2010 Dover ...
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