Sporting Digest: Cricket

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Bryan Strang took a limited overs career-best six for 20 off 10 overs as Zimbabwe beat Bangladesh by 192 runs in their President's Cup tri-nations match yesterday. The Bangladesh manager Ghazi Ashraf Hossain said after his side were dismissed for 92: "This is the worst day in Bangladesh cricket history."

Derbyshire's Dominic Cork, wicketkeeper Karl Krikken and opener Adrian Rollins have signed new contracts taking them to 2002.

NEW ZEALAND SQUAD (Tour to Australia, starting 7 November): S P Fleming (capt), B A Young, B A Pocock, M J Horne, N J Astle, C L Cairns, C D McMillan, A C Parore, C Z Harris, S B Doull, G I Allott, H T Davis, D Vettori, S B O'Connor.

PRESIDENT'S CUP ONE-DAY INTERNATIONAL: Zimbabwe 284 (50 overs; A Flower 70); Bangladesh 92 (32.3 overs; B C Strang 6-20). Zimbabwe beat Bangladesh by 192 runs.

TOUR MATCH (Peshawar, Pak, final day of three): South Africa 367 for 4 dec and 213 for 5 dec (L Klusener 56), Allied Bank Ltd XI 275 for 3 dec and 125 (P R Adams 4-19).

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