Cricket: Cricket's class of 1998

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THE INTERNATIONAL SEASON

ENGLAND V SOUTH AFRICA

FIRST ONE-DAY INTERNATIONAL

(Lord's, 21 May): England 223 for 9; South Africa 224 for 7. South Africa won by 3 wickets.

SECOND ONE-DAY INTERNATIONAL

(Old Trafford, 23 May): South Africa 226 for 9; England 194. South Africa won by 1 wicket.

THIRD ONE-DAY INTERNATIONAL

(Headingley, 24 May): South Africa 205 for 8; England 206-3. England won by 7 wickets.

FIRST TEST MATCH

(Edgbaston, 4 June): England 462 and 170 for 8; South Africa 343. Match drawn.

SECOND TEST MATCH

(Lord's, 18 June): South Africa 360 and 15 for 0; England 110 and 264. South Africa won by 10 wickets.

THIRD TEST MATCH

(Old Trafford, 2 July): South Africa 552-5 dec; England 183 and 369 for 9. Match drawn.

FOURTH TEST MATCH

(Trent Bridge, 23 July): South Africa 374 and 208; England 336 and 247 for 2. England won by 8 wickets.

FIFTH TEST MATCH

(Headingley, 6 August): England 230 and 240; South Africa 252 and 195. England won by 23 runs.

TRIANGULAR TOURNAMENT

SRI LANKA v SOUTH AFRICA

(Trent Bridge, 14 August): Sri Lanka 258; South Africa 201. South Africa won by 57 runs.

ENGLAND v SRI LANKA

(Lord's, 16 August): England 247; Sri Lanka 211. England won by 36 runs.

SOUTH AFRICA v ENGLAND

(Edgbaston, 18 Aug): South Africa 244-7; England 230. South Africa won by 14 runs.

FINAL: ENGLAND v SRI LANKA

(Lord's, 20 Aug): England 256-8; Sri Lanka 260-5. Sri Lanka won by 5 wickets.

ENGLAND V SRI LANKA

TEST MATCH

(The Oval, 27 Aug): England 445 and 181; Sri Lanka 591 and 37 for 0. Sri Lanka won by 10 wickets.

UNDER-19 TEAM ENGLAND V PAKISTAN

FIRST ONE-DAY INTERNATIONAL (Harrogate, 30 July): England 195 for 7. Match abandoned.

SECOND ONE-DAY INTERNATIONAL (Riverside, 1 August): Pakistan 245 for 6; England 139. Pakistan win by 4 wickets.

THIRD ONE-DAY INTERNATIONAL (Chester-Le-Street, 3 August): Pakistan 204 for 8; England 208 for 6. England win by 4 wickets.

FIRST UNOFFICIAL TEST MATCH

(Worcester, 14 August): England 260 and 269; Pakistan 331 and 160. England won by 38 runs.

SECOND UNOFFICIAL TEST MATCH

(Taunton, 25 August): Pakistan 276 and 282; England 430 and 130 for 3. England won by 7 wickets.

THIRD UNOFFICIAL TEST MATCH

(Chelmsford, 31 August): England 423 and 162; Pakistan 359 and 229 for 5. Pakistan won by 5 wickets.Pakistan win by 5 wickets.

WOMEN'S TEAM ENGLAND V AUSTRALIA

FIRST ONE-DAY INTERNATIONAL

(Scarborough, 12 July): Australia 166 for 5; England 104-7. Australia beat England on a higher run rate.

SECOND ONE-DAY INTERNATIONAL

(Derby, 15 July): Australia 204 for 6; England 140. Australia won by 4 wickets.

THIRD ONE-DAY INTERNATIONAL

(Hove, 18 July): Australia 237 for 4; England 202 for 9. Australia won by 35 runs.

FOURTH ONE-DAY INTERNATIONAL

(Southampton, 19 July): England 102;

Australia 106 for 2. Australia won by 8 wickets.

FIFTH ONE-DAY INTERNATIONAL

(Lord's, 21 July): Australia 256-1; England 142-7. Australia won by 114 runs.

FIRST TEST MATCH

(Guildford, 5 August): England 414 and 160 for 1; Australia 569 for 6. Match drawn.

SECOND TEST MATCH

(Harrogate, 11 August): Australia 306-3 and 303 for 5; England 326 for 8 and 64 for 0. Match drawn.

THIRD TEST MATCH

(Worcester, 21 August): England 243 and 190 for 6; Australia 427-4. Match drawn.

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