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This is a 27 card set representing one of England's finest Ashes victory in 1981. The bat of Ian Botham and the pace bowling of Bob Willis proved to be too much for Australia. All of the England players are represented as well as a card for the Australians and a card for each test. Player and match statistics can be found on the reverse of each card.
Mike Gatting took his team down under hoping for England's first victory their since 1979 and triumphed 2-1. All players are represented plus the best of the Australians, cards for all 5 tests and some miscellaneous cards.
A A recreation of England's 2005 Ashes Triumph.
This is a 27 card set depicting the England team and all the Test matches along with other items from the series.
The cards are 90mm in height and printed on both sides. On the front is the image and on the reverse are player profiles and other interesting facts about the series.
This is a 27 card set commemorating England's Ashes Victory in 2009. All of the England players are represented as well as the best of the Australians, some history and details of each test. On the reverse of each card are individual achievements as well as match details.
This 27 card set represents England's tremendous winter Ashes Victory, the first in australia for 23 years. All of the players are represented as well as the best of the Australians and cards for each test. Player and match stats can be found on the reverse of the cards.
This 27 card set represents England's summer Ashes victory on home soil. All of the players are represented as well as the best of the Australians and cards for each test. Player and match stats can be found on the reverse of the cards.
This 27 card set represents England's summer Ashes victory that brought the urn home. All of the players are represented as well as the best of the Australians and cards for each test. Player and match stats can be found on the reverse of the cards.
This is a 16 card set featuring the England 2009 Ashes squad. On the reverse of each card is the facility for you to enter each player's batting and bowling stats from all 5 tests.
This is a 16 card set featuring the Australian 2009 Ashes squad. On the reverse of each card is the facility for you to enter each player's batting and bowling stats from all 5 tests.
England hosted the first ever one day tournament in 1975. Having won their 3 group games against Sri Lanka, Pakistan and Australia and a Semi Final against New Zealand, The West Indies faced Australia in the final at Lords. Clive Lloyd hit 102 in a score of 291 for 8. Australia fell on 274 all out with Keith Boyce taking 4 wickets.
The second tournament was also played in England in 1979. With a non result against Sri Lanka and victories against India and New Zealand, the West Indies beat Pakistan in the Semi Final. England were the final opponents at Lords and Viv Richards hit a magnificent 138 in an innings of 286 for 9. England started well but could not cope with the pace attack and ended on 194 all out with Joel Garner taking 5 wickets.
For the third time England hosted the tournament. India scored groups wins over West Indies, Zimbabwe (twice) and Australia before beating England in the semi final. They faced The West Indies at Lords in the final and posted just 183 all out. The final looked lost but the pace of Madal Lal reduced their opponents to 140 all out.
The 1987 tournament was hosted by India and Pakistan. Australia had group wins over India, Zimbabwe (twice), New Zealand (twice) and then beat Pakistan in the Semi Final. They faced England in the final in Calcutta and David Boon scored 75 in a total of 253 for 5. England ran them close with steady scores from the middle order but fell just short on 246 for 8.
Australia were the hosts for the 1992 tournament. In a single round-robin group Pakistan had victories against Zimbabwe, Australia, Sri Lanka and New Zealand. In an exciting semi final they beat New Zealand before meeting England at Melbourne in the final. Imran Khan hit 72 with support from Javed Miandad (58) and Inzamum (42) in a score of 249 for 6. England were all out for 227.
Sri Lanka, India and Pakistan were joint hosts of the 1996 tournament. Sri Lanka won all 5 of their group matches against Australia, India, West Indies, Zimbabwe and Kenya. For the first time the tournament had a quarter final stage where Sri Lanka beat England. India were then brushed aside in the semi final. The final was held in Lahore, Pakistan, and Avrinda de Silva hit 107 in a score of 245 for 3 as Sri Lanka surpassed Australia's 241 for 7.
In a multi hosted Tournament, matches were played in England, Scotland, Ireland, Wales and The Netherlands. Australia beat Scotland, Bangladesh and the West Indies in their group then India, Zimbabwe and South Africa in the Super 6. South Africa were beaten again the semi final then Australia faced Pakistan at Lords in the final. Pakistan fell for 132 all out as Australia easily reached 133 for 2.
South Africa, Zimbabwe and Kenya hosted the 2003 tournament. Australia won all 6 group matches against Pakistan, India, Zimbabwe, England, Netherlands and Namibia. There were 3 more victories in the Super 6 against Sri Lanka, Kenya and New Zealand. Having beaten Sri Lanka in the semi final Australia met India in Johannesburg. Ricky Ponting scored 140 not out in total of 359 for 2. India posted 234 all out.
West Indies hosted the 2007 tournament. Australia scored group wins against Scotland, Netherlands and South Africa. In the Super 8s there were wins over West Indies, Bangladesh, England, Ireland, Sri Lanka and New Zealand. After a narrow win over South Africa in the Semi Final Australia beat Sri Lanka in the final in Barbados with a score of 281 for 4 against 215 for 8. Adam Gilchrist had hit 149 as Australia became the first team to win the trophy 3 times in a row.
India, Sri Lanka and Bangladesh hosted the 2011 tournament. India had group wins over Bangladesh, Ireland, Netherlands and West Indies before beating holders Australia in the Quarter-Finals. Pakistan were beaten in the Semi final before India faced Sri Lanka in Mumbai in the final. Sri Lanka posted 274 for 6 but Gautam Gambir (97) and MS Dhoni (91) helped steer India to 277 for 4.
Australia and New Zealand co-hosted the 2015 tournament. Australia beat England, Afghanistan, Sri Lanka and Scotland in their group before beating Pakistan in the quarter-Final and India in the semi-final. Rivals New Zealand were waiting in the final at Melbourne but fell easily for 186 all out. Australia won their 5th title with a score of 186 for 3.
This is an 18 card set commemorating England's sensational T20 triumph in the West Indies. All of the 12 players who participated are represented with their statistics on the reverse of the cards. There are also 6 cards representing each of England's matches in the tournament.
This is a 36 piece trading card set representing some of England's finest cricketers. This set can be merged with Series 2. Series 1 includes WG Grace, Lionel Tennyson, Harold Larwood, Wally Hammond, Alec Bedser, Tom Graveney, Peter May, Fred Trueman, Fred Titmus, Ray Illingworth, Geoff Boycott, Basil D'Oliveira, Derek Underwood, Dennis Amiss, Bob Willis, Bob Woolmer, Mike Brearley, Derek Randall, Ian Botham, Mike Gatting, David Gower, John Emburey, Chris Tavare, Allan Lamb, Phil Defreitas, Jack Russell, Mike Atherton, Alec Stewart, Andrew Caddick, Andy Flintoff, Michael Vaughan, Ryan Sidebottom, Steve Harmison, Andrew Strauss, Kevin Pietersen and Monty Panesar.
This is a 36 piece trading card set representing some of England's finest cricketers. This set can be merged with series 1. Series 2 includes Herbert Sutcliffe, Douglas Jardine, Maurice Leyland, Hedley Verity, Eddie Paynter, Len Hutton, Denis Compton, Doug Wright, Bill Edrich, Godfrey Evans, Jim Laker, Johnny Wardle, Trevor bailey, Brian Close, derek Shackleton, David Sheppard, Brian Thathm, Tony Lock, Frank Tyson, Clin Cowdrey, Ken Barrington, Ted Dexter, Micky Stewart, John Edrich, John Snow, Alan Knott, Keith Fletcher, Tony Greig, Mike Hendrick, Grham Gooch, Phil Edmonds, Robin Smith, Angus Fraser, Devon Malcolm, Graeme Hick and Grham Thorpe.
This is a 36 card set representing the ICC Cricket World Cup tournament in the West Indies in 2007.
All the countries are represented reviewing their progress and match details from the teams eliminated at the group stage all the way up to the final.
The cards are 90mm in height and printed on both sides. On the front is the image and on the reverse are player profiles or the fixtures and other interesting facts about the tournament.