and Match Reports (as originally published):
1 | Day
2 | Day
3 | Day
4 | Day
5 | Semi
Finals | Grand
selection of the best photos Indoor Cricket World's photographer
took will be added in stages to the Photo Gallery over the
coming weeks - for the full library of photos, see the Thumbnail
THUMBNAIL GALLERY - easy to browse,
linking to more unpublished photographs.
Latest addition of photographs
and thumbnails - Thursday 15th November 2001.
- We are accepting photographs from readers, and have published
our first collection from Alison McCormick of England. Page 3
added 15th November 2001.
Photos Page 1 | Readers'
Photos Page 2 | Readers'
Photos Page 3
also like to report that David Norman, our good friend from Shellharbour
Indoor Sports in New South Wales (which hosted some of the
warm-up games for the Masters) has on display an excellent collection
of photographs he took during this tournament. Dave's photos,
plus reports of the Masters from a player's perspective (Tony
Panecasio) are to be found HERE.
Every photograph Indoor Cricket World took during the Championship
is being added to this site in stages, over the next couple of
weeks (November 2001). As they become available, they will be
accessed from HERE.
Once the thumbnails are added, the orders for reprints will be
filled. Instructions for further orders will appear on the thumbnail
pages, or by contacting Indoor Cricket World by email.
of very interesting comment on this series in our Guestbook
- from players, supporters who traveled with the teams, and supporters
who had to stay home and keep up to date through Indoor Cricket
World. Got something to add? Say it on our totally unedited, uncensored
Next Masters in South Africa in 2003
England the current World Champions?"
Special note to New Zealand fans from the New Zealand
2001 Australian Indoor Cricket Page, Indoor Cricket World
the Second World War raged across the globe, the game
of cricket was kept alive by servicemen and local people
in a number of cricket loving countries".
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