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Last Updated: Tuesday, 25 November, 2003, 14:41 GMT

Captain Joe Harris reveals he is proud of  Canada's efforts at the World Cup, following his side's defeat to New Zealand. Harris happy with progress
Captain Joe Harris is proud of Canada's efforts at the World Cup despite defeat by New Zealand in their last game.

John Davison Davison keen on county deal
Canadian John Davison hopes his World Cup exploits might earn him a chance to play county cricket in England.

Minnows 'need pro status'
Namibia coach Dougie Brown says cricket's minnows must become professional to start challenging top sides.


MORE STORIES

World Cup magic moments
BBC Sport lists the eight top moments of the tournament and asks you to vote for your favourite.

Davison's biggest hit
John Davison impresses the great Sir Viv Richards with his knock of 111 against West Indies.

Woolmer defends underdogs
High performance coach Bob Woolmer defends the right of the game's lesser nations to play in the World Cup.

Minnows blighting showpiece
BBC football commentator John Murray looks at the differences between the football and the cricket World Cups.

Davo: Davison does name proud
Our resident Aussie says Canada's John Davison is a true blue Davo after his ton against the Windies.


MATCH REPORTS

Kiwis too strong for Canada
Scott Styris hits an unbeaten 54 New Zealand overcome a scare to beat Canada and squeeze into the Super Sixes.

Canada make hosts work hard
South Africa fail to impress in a 118-run victory over stubborn Canada.

West Indies thrash Canada
Brilliant batting guides West Indies to an easy victory over Canada in a thrilling match at Centurion Park.

Sri Lanka crush Canada
Sri Lanka race to victory after bowling out Canada for 36, the lowest-ever one-day score.

Kenya edge out Canada
Kenya win their first match of the World Cup despite a valiant effort by Canada.

Canada stun woeful Bangladesh
Canada beat Bangladesh by 60 runs to pick up their first ever World Cup victory.


OTHER NEWS AND FEATURES

Canada's Aussie influence
Australian spinner John Davison owes his chance to play for Canada in the World Cup to an eagle-eyed official.

Canada short on experience
Underdogs Canada have just five players in their squad who have played first-class cricket.

Logie's late takeover
Canada coach Gus Logie has an impressive cricket record but his employment was marred by controversy.

Success on the small stage
Canada have enjoyed a successful time in their pre-World Cup preparations.

1979 and all that
An irreverent look back at Canada's surprise appearance in the 1979 World Cup.

Canada's rich cricket history
Cricket is a fast growing sport in Canada, with roots dating back to the mid-18th century.



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