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35th ODI: Bangladesh v Kenya at Johannesburg, 01 Mar 2003

Kenya surprised themselves by qualifying for the Super Sixes stage by beating Bangladesh by 32 runs at New Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg. This was a match that Maurice Odumbe will remember for a long time; he scored 52 runs off 46 balls, and then went on to pick 4/38.
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34th ODI: Sri Lanka v West Indies at Cape Town, 28 Feb 2003

Sri Lanka won a cliffhanger against West Indies at Newlands in Capetown. In spite of Ramnaresh Sarwan's heroics, West Indies fell short by just six runs. Sarwan came back to bat after being taken to hospital for precautionary scans after being felled by a Dilhara Fernando bouncer. Sri Lanka took the four points, and the West Indies were left to rue the lost opportunity.
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33rd ODI: Zimbabwe v Netherlands at Bulawayo, 28 Feb 2003

Zimbabwe humbled the Netherlands by 99 runs at Queens Sports Club in Bulawayo. Batting first, Zimbabwe scored 301/8 off their allotted 50 overs. Andy Flower top-scored with 71, Andy Blignaut smacked 58 off just 38 balls, and Streak smashed 44 off 22 balls. The Netherlands could only make 202/9 in reply, with van Bunge making 37.
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32nd ODI: Canada v South Africa at East London, 27 Feb 2003

South Africa once again showed the rustiness that has dogged them through this World Cup 2003. Canada reduced them to 23/3, but recovered to make 254/8 in 50 overs, thanks to some lusty hitting in the last three overs. Canada never chased the target, stone- walled at best, as South African fielders dropped catches. Iswar Maraj carried his bat through the innings to make 53* as Canada finished at 136/5 in 50 overs.
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31st ODI: Australia v Namibia at Potchefstroom, 27 Feb 2003

Ooh Aah McGrath! The tall Aussie fast bowler ripped through the Namibian batting with an amazing spell of fast bowling, breaking records on his way - to record the best bowling figures in World Cup 7-4-15-7 at Potchefstroom. The annihilation took place after Australia had amassed 301/6 in their 50 overs.
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30th ODI: England v India at Durban, 26 Feb 2003

Ashish Nehra bowled India to a fantastic 82-runs victory over England in a crucial World Cup game played at Kingsmead in Durban. Nehra was at the top of his game, finishing with the magical figures of 10-2-23-6, and that performance won him the Man of the Match award.
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