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Last Updated: Saturday, 18 March 2006, 17:31 GMT

Kloppenburg basks in success
Holland's Feiko Kloppenburg revels in his man-of-the-match performance in the win over Namibia.

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

Lefebvre calls it quits
Dutch captain Roland Lefebvre retires from the game following their final World Cup match.


MORE STORIES

Skipper praises Dutch spirit
Holland captain Roland Lefebvre praises his team's fighting spirit despite their defeat to Zimbabwe.

Landmark day for Lefebvre
Skipper Roland Lefebvre collects his 200th wicket for Holland during the game with Pakistan.


MATCH REPORTS

Dutch end on high note
Holland win their first ever World Cup match, defeating Namibia by 64 runs.

Zimbabwe beat plucky Dutch
Zimbabwe keep their Super Six hopes alive with a 99-run win over Holland.

Holland earn Pakistan respect
Pakistan are unconvincing in a 97-run win over Holland, despite Wasim Akram's 500th one-day international wicket.

Australia too much for Dutch
Australia's attack proves too strong for Holland in their rain-affected match in Potchefstroom.

England race to victory
England record an emphatic six-wicket win over Holland in their opening World Cup game.

Dutch make good impression
India beat Holland easily, but their batting looks way below its best form.


OTHER NEWS AND FEATURES

Divided loyalty for lucky charm
BBC Sport's Thrasy Petropoulos catches up with Dutch player Daan van Bunge's Sri Lankan mascot.

Dutch suffer setback
Netherlands lose to Western Province by 10 wickets in Cape Town.

Second defeat for Holland
Holland lose their second World Cup warm-up, going down by 85 runs to Boland.

Lefebvre returns to limelight
Dutch captain and World Cup veteran Roland Lefebvre assesses his side's chances.

Zuiderent leads orange charge
Bas Zuiderent is one of the brightest batting hopes in the Netherlands' World Cup team.

Youth needs to blossom
Dutch cricket will be looking for young stars to seize a golden opportunity.



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