New Zealand vs Bangladesh Warm UP Match ICC Cricket World Cup 2007

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New Zealand vs Bangladesh Warm UP Match at Barbados

NZ vs BAN Warm-Up: New Zealand dimissed for 226

The New Zealand cricketers made a modest 226 in their first World Cup warm-up match at Bridgetown in Barbados this morning.
Bangladesh demolished the Black Caps top order with skipper Stephen Fleming going without scoring after he won the toss. Lou Vincent , 4, Ross Taylor, 11 and Peter Fulton, 3, followed in the first hour before Jacob Oram and Brendon McCullum put on 105 for the sixth wicket. McCullum made 46 before he was run out and Oram top scored with 88. Darryl Tuffey is out for the match, and fellow pace bowler Mark Gillespie is seeing another specialist this morning as his shoulder injury may be more serious injury than initially thought. Per-Match Report: The New Zealand will be without pace bowler Mark Gillespie for the World Cup warm-up match against Bangladesh in Barbados.
Gillespie will sit out the game after arriving in the Caribbean with a numb arm after the arduous flight from New Zealand. The other 14 Black Caps are all available to play, with both 13 players set to take the field for each side. Captain Stephen Fleming says they are playing in completely different and in many cases untried conditions to home, especially after the recent break. He says it would have been preferable to have kept playing straight after the Australian series, they are quickly adjusting to the new wickets and conditions.

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New Zealand vs Bangladesh, Warm UP Match, Scorecard

New Zealand won the toss and decided to bat
224 all out (45.0 overs)

New Zealand Innings
L Vincent
b Mashrafe Mortaza
3 1 0
S P Fleming c Abdur Razzak b Syed Rasel
8 0 0
R L Taylor c Mushfiqur Rahim b Mashrafe Mortaza
19 2 0
S B Styris c Mohammad Ashraful b Abdur Razzak
49 3 0
P G Fulton lbw b Mashrafe Mortaza
18 1 0
J D P Oram c Syed Rasel b Abdur Razzak
107 1 0
C D McMillan c and b Abdur Razzak
15 0 0
B B McCullum run out
54 0 0
D L Vettori c Javed Omar b Abdur Razzak
9 0 0
J E C Franklin not out
14 0 0
S E Bond
b Mashrafe Mortaza
4 0 0
6nb 3w 8lb 17
all out 224 (45.0 ovs)

Mashrafe Mortaza 7.0 2 22 3
Syed Rasel 8.0 1 17 1
Abdur Razzak 10.0 1 26 4
Shahadat Hossain 1.0 0 12 0
Saqibul Hasan 10.0 0 49 0
Tapash Baisya 6.0 0 42 0
Rajin Saleh 3.0 0 14 0
Fall of wicket

Umpires: M R Benson, S J Davis
Bangladesh: Habibul Bashar, Tamim Iqbal, Aftab Ahmed, Saqibul Hasan, Mohammad Ashraful, Mushfiqur Rahim, Abdur Razzak, Mashrafe Mortaza, Tapash Baisya, Shahadat Hossain, Syed Rasel, Rajin Saleh, Javed Omar (sub)
New Zealand: S P Fleming, S E Bond, J E C Franklin, P G Fulton, B B McCullum, C D McMillan, M J Mason, J D P Oram, J S Patel, S B Styris, R L Taylor, L Vincent, D L Vettori (sub)

Editor: Nishanth Gopinathan.