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2011 Cricket World Cup Canada Team

Canada is also one of the recent entries into the cricket world cup. Though the country did have a cricket team for several years they did not play much of international cricket. It is only in the recent past that Canada was provided with the opportunity to play international cricket. Cricket is extremely popular at the domestic level in Canada. Most of the Canadian players are expatriates.

Among the budding teams in the game of cricket Canada is home to a host of young and enthusiastic players. The team is placed in Group B and will have to face Sri Lanka, New Zealand and Australia in order to reach the quarter finals.

Canada team 2011 cricket world cup schedule

Date Teams Venue
Sunday 20 Feb Sri Lanka v Canada in Hambantota
Monday 28 Feb Zimbabwe v Canada in Nagpur
Sunday 13 Mar New Zealand v Canada in Mumbai
Wednesday 16 Mar Australia v Canada in Bangalore

Canada teams 2011 world cup players' profile

  • Ashish Bagai (capt & wk)
  • Rizwan Cheema (vice-capt)
  • Harvir Baidwan
  • Khurram Chohan
  • John Davison
  • Parth Desai
  • Tyson Gordon
  • Ruvindu Gunasekera
  • Jimmy Hansra
  • Nitish Kumar
  • Henry Osinde
  • Hiral Patel
  • Balaji Rao
  • Zubin Surkari
  • Hamza Tariq
  • Karl Whatham

Last Updated on 01 April 2011

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