1999 English cricket season

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1999 English cricket season
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The 1999 cricket season was the 402nd in England since the earliest known definite reference to cricket in January 1597 (i.e., Old Style – 1598 New Style), and the 100th in which the County Championship has been an official competition.

The County Championship was won by Surrey.[1] [2] The sponsorship by Britannic Assurance came to an end with PPP (Private Patients Plan) Healthcare taking over[3] and the decision was made to split the championship into two divisions the following season. The top nine teams would populate the first division with the bottom nine teams going into the second division.[4] The Sunday League changed to a new format National League with games played midweek under floodlight.

On the international scene England hosted the 1999 Cricket World Cup and New Zealand toured England to compete in a test series with New Zealand winning 2-1.[5]

Honours

World Cup

Test series

New Zealand tour

County Championship

National League

NatWest Trophy

Benson & Hedges Cup

Leading batsmen

Leading bowlers

References

  1. ^ ""Surrey win title." Times [London, England] 3 Sept. 1999". The Times Digital Archive. 
  2. ^ Engel, Matthew (2004). Wisden Cricketers' Almanack 2004, pages 493-494. John Wisden & Company Ltd. ISBN 0-947766-83-9. 
  3. ^ "Geoffrey Dean. "Medical assistance for county competition." Times [London, England] 13 Apr. 1999". The Times Digital Archive. 
  4. ^ "A brief history of the County Championship". ESPN Cric Info. 
  5. ^ "NEW ZEALAND IN ENGLAND, JULY - AUGUST 1999". ESPN Cricinfo. 

External sources

  • CricketArchive – season and tournament itineraries

Annual reviews

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