World Cricket Conference

World Cricket Conference

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MEMBERS | CONFEDERATIONS | EVENTS | FUTURE TOURS PROGRAMME | RANKINGS | RECORDS | THE PRESS BOX

WORLD CRICKET CONFERENCE

World Cricket Conference; often and simply known by its acronymic name (WCC) is the world governing body for the sport of cricket.

The WCC is responsible for the organization of cricket's major international tournaments, most notably the World Cup and the Nations League.

It also appoints the umpires and referees that officiate at all sanctioned international matches. It also promulgates the WCC Code of Conduct.
World Cricket Conference also co-ordinates action against corruption and match-fixing through its Anti-Corruption and Security Unit (ACSU).

The WCC is not involved in the arrangement of bilateral fixtures between member nations, which include all Test, ODI and T20I matches.

Neither does it govern domestic cricket within member countries. It does however, sanction all international games giving them official status.
It does not make or alter the laws of the sport, which have remained under the governance of the Marylebone Cricket Club since 1788.

WCC Presidents

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Müller Schwanstegger
2000-present

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Arjun Prasad Hoodbhoy
1999-2000

WCC Headquarters

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Berlin, Germany
Established in 1999​
 
Müller Schwanstegger assumes World Cricket Conference presidency
Many within the World Cricket Conference believe Müller Schwanstegger to be a corrupt, money-grubbing, slimy politician gravely addicted to power​

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Müller Schwanstegger will take over the presidency from Arjun Prasad Hoodbhoy © Associated Press, June 31, 2000

Indian administrator and juror Arjun Prasad Hoodbhoy had been elected the first-ever president of the World Cricket Conference for a one-year term in June of 1999. With his term reaching completion, German beaurucrat and Executive Board Müller Schwanstegger will assume presidency.

Arjun Prasad Hoodbhoy was the key figurehead in WCC's discussions with the International Olympic Committee regarding cricket's inclusion into the Olympics.

Arjun Prasad Hoodbhoy's entire presidency dutifully served WCC following their formation and expanded the game beyond its traditional 'Test-playing' nations. He played a pivotal role in cricket's expansion during his term, which saw a massive influx of nations into the World Cricket Conference. Currently, there are 27 full-member nations part of the conference – a far cry from the 12 full-member nations that were originally part of WCC when the organization formed.

Apart from admitting new nations and expanding the horizons of the World Cricket Conference, Arjun Prasad Hoodbhoy has been instrumental in globalizing the sport in markets that were not really renowned for cricket, with the sport finding a stronghold in Europe, which is now the residence of 11 new full-member nations. The game has expanded in all regions and continents under his leadership, but none more so than in Europe... [READ MORE]
 
World Cricket Conference establishes its home in Berlin
Built in the heart of Berlin, this new facility will serve as the headquarters of the World Cricket Conference​

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© Associated Press, December 25, 1999

World Cricket Conference open their headquarters in Berlin, subsequently closing their makeshift offices at Lord's. After being lobbied by German bureaucrat and Executive Board Member, Müller Schwanstegger, the move to Berlin was made official following an 11–1 vote by the Executive Board. It is claimed that Central Europe has the largest viewership for the sport amongst the cricket-playing nations, so the WCC decided to establish its headquarters in the game's "centre of gravity".

"The decision to establish the headquarters of the World Cricket Conference was very strategic, one made with cricket's best interests in mind," said Executive Board Member, Sir Clinton Richards. "With cricket blooming worldwide, but more so in Central Europe, it was decided by the WCC's executive board after a landslide vote to establish the home of the World Cricket Conference in Berlin," he further added. The Conference is hopeful that this decision will further connect them to the game in Europe, as well as creating shorter pathways to Africa and Asia countries, the second and third biggest markets of cricket in the world (respectively).

While Berlin becomes the home of the World Cricket Conference, the home of cricket remains in London with MCC preserving the governance of the sport itself.
 
CONFEDERATIONS

WCC-member cricket associations and/or federations are formed together into continental confederations, which organize regional national and club competitions.

Active Confederations

CONFEDERATION
REGION
TYPE
MEMBERS
HEADQUARTERS
PRESIDENT
FLAGSHIP EVENTS
AFCON
African Confederation of Nations
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Africa
Continental
Confederation
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Casablanca, Morocco
Established in 2001
Na Maloom Afraad
2001-present
Africa Cup of Nations
Sahara Shield
ASCON
Asian Confederation of Nations
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Asia
Continental
Confederation
13​
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Dubai, UAE
Established in 2000
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2002-present
Asia Cup
Asian Test Championship
CONOC
Confederation of Oceanian Cricket
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Oceania
Continental
Confederation
6​
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Melbourne, Australia
Established in 2000
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2001-present
Nations Cup
EUROCON
European Confederation of Nations
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Europe
Continental
Confederation
17​
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London, England
Established in 2000
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2001-present
European Championship
Europa League
NASACU
North and South American Cricket Union
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Americas
Intercontinental
Confederation
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Montreal, Canada
Established in 2002
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2002-present
Americas Championship
ARAB LEAGUE
The Arab League
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Arab World
Regional
Confederation
5​
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Casablanca, Morocco
Established in 2003
Na Maloom Afraad
2003-present
Arab Cup
GBCC
Great British Cricket Confederation
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British Isles
Regional
Confederation
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Cardiff, Wales
Established in 2002
Welwyn
2002-present
British Championship
British Club Championship

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GLOBAL EVENTS

The WCC organizes various international Test and One-Day International cricket competitions; most notably the Cricket World Cup and the Nations League.

Tournaments

FORMAT
OCCURRENCE
TOURNAMENT
NEXT EDTION
Test
Biennial
Every 2 years
WCC NATIONS LEAGUE
Top-12 nations according to WCC Test rankings
2005
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ODI
Quadrennial
Every 4 years
WCC CRICKET WORLD CUP
Top-20 nations according to WCC ODI rankings
2003
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Biennial
Every 2 years
WCC KNOCKOUT TROPHY
Top-16 nations according to WCC ODI rankings
2004
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T20I
Quadrennial
Every 4 years
COMMONWEALTH GAMES
Top-8 Commonwealth nations according to WCC T20I rankings
2006
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List A
Annual
Ever year
WCC CLUB WORLD CUP
Invitational
2004

WCC, in association with the Commonwealth Games Federation, also conducts a cricket tournament at the Commonwealth Games.
 
FUTURE TOURS PROGRAMME

Every single international match and/or tournament officially sanctioned by WCC is listed below; organized into a cricket calendar of sorts.
All World Cricket Conference Global Events have a predetermined window dedicated to them in the international cricket calendar.

Current Season

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Upcoming Seasons:

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Archive

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INTERNATIONAL RANKINGS

The official WCC Rankings are a widely followed system for international cricket based on player and team performances.

WCC Test Rankings

WCC Test Team Rankings
As of November 1, 2003

Rank
Team
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Canada
2​
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China
3​
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Denmark
4​
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Vanuatu
5​
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England
6​
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United States
7​
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New Zealand
8​
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Guernsey
9​
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South Africa
10​
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Israel
11​
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Pakistan
12​
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Wales
13​
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Namibia
14​
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Niue
15​
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Bermuda
16​
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India
17​
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Norway
18​
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Nepal
19​
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Morocco
20​
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Italy
21​
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Argentina
22​
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Qatar
23​
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Zimbabwe
24​
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Saudi Arabia
25​
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Palestine
UNR
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Kazakhstan
UNR
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Russia
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Algeria
—​
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American Samoa
—​
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Australia
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Bangladesh
—​
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Barbados
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Egypt
—​
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Finland
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France
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Greece
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Ireland
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Japan
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Kuwait
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Malta
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Marshall Islands
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Netherlands
—​
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North Korea
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Poland
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Scotland
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Spain
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Sri Lanka
WCC Test Batter Rankings
As of November 1, 2003

Rank​
Player​
Team​
Rating​
1​
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Kylian Michiels
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GGY
915
2​
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Wendell Corden-Cox
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BER
556
3​
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Schalk van der Vyver
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NAM
543
4​
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Hervé Hocquard
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MAR
500
5​
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Tom Nightingale
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GGY
482
6​
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Jacques Coetzee
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RSA
469
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Kannaur Lokesh
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IND
467
8​
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Harry Wroetoshaw
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GGY
464
9​
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Ankara Messi
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ARG
456
10​
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Henry White
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GGY
449

Minimum qualification: 500 runs + 10 completed innings
To view player rankings outside of the top ten, click here.
WCC Test Bowler Rankings
As of November 1, 2003

Rank​
Player​
Team​
Rating​
1​
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Clinton Hintz
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NZL
96
2​
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Subrata Chatterjee
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IND
97
3​
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Asif Zaidi
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IND
98
4​
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Mark Russell
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BER
99
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Wendell Corden-Cox
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BER
99
6​
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Pepe Costa
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NZL
101
7​
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Mayas Kumble
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IND
106
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Ethel Gabriel
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ISR
106
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Wade Anderson
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USA
111
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Harrison Willis
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GGY
111

Minimum qualification: 25 wickets + 100 overs bowled
To view player rankings outside of the top ten, click here.

WCC ODI Rankings

WCC ODI Team Rankings
As of November 1, 2003

Rank
Team
1​
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Canada
2​
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South Africa
3​
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Denmark
4​
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China
5​
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India
6​
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Pakistan
7​
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Qatar
8​
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Russia
9​
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Saudi Arabia
10​
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Morocco
11​
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Guernsey
12​
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Niue
13​
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England
14​
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Bermuda
15​
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United States
16​
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New Zealand
17​
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Vanuatu
18​
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Norway
19​
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Wales
20​
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Israel
21​
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Namibia
22​
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Italy
23​
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Argentina
24​
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Kazakhstan
25​
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Nepal
26​
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Palestine
27​
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Zimbabwe
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Algeria
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American Samoa
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Australia
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Bangladesh
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Barbados
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Egypt
—​
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Finland
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France
—​
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Greece
—​
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Ireland
—​
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Japan
—​
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Kuwait
—​
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Malta
—​
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Marshall Islands
—​
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Netherlands
—​
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North Korea
—​
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Poland
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Scotland
—​
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Spain
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Sri Lanka
WCC ODI Batter Rankings
As of November 1, 2003

Rank​
Player​
Team​
Rating​
1​
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Basheer Rashed
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QAT
948
2​
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William George Charles
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ENG
918
3​
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Kylian Michiels
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GGY
904
4​
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Vikas Samant
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IND
892
5​
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Zouhair Rami
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MAR
887
6​
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Harry Wroetoshaw
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GGY
869
7​
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Aksel Johansson
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DEN
833
8​
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Richard Morgan
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GGY
822
9​
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Jacques Coetzee
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RSA
805
10​
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Tom Donald
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WAL
791

Minimum qualification: 500 runs + 10 completed innings
To view player rankings outside of the top ten, click here.
WCC ODI Bowler Rankings
As of November 1, 2003

Rank​
Player​
Team​
Rating​
1​
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Shi Gen
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CHN
146
2​
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Rudi Struwig
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RSA
165
3​
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Talaititama Holo
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NIU
166
4​
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Mayas Kumble
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IND
169
5​
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Ali Khamis Faraj
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QAT
177
6​
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Khuzaimah Rasheed
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KSA
179
7​
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Kabir Khan Durrani
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PAK
187
8​
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Simon Bule
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VAN
189
9​
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Badr Baig
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CAN
193
10​
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El Mahi Khatibi
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MAR
196

Minimum qualification: 25 wickets + 100 overs bowled
To view player rankings outside of the top ten, click here.

WCC T20I Rankings

WCC T20I Team Rankings
As of November 1, 2003

Rank
Team
1​
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China
2​
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Vanuatu
3​
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Niue
4​
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Qatar
5​
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South Africa
6​
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England
7​
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Canada
8​
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New Zealand
9​
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Denmark
10​
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Guernsey
11​
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India
12​
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Zimbabwe
13​
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Kazakhstan
14​
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Argentina
15​
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United States
16​
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Italy
17​
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Israel
UNR
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Bermuda
UNR
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Morocco
UNR
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Namibia
UNR
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Nepal
UNR
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Norway
UNR
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Pakistan
UNR
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Palestine
UNR
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Russia
UNR
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Saudi Arabia
UNR
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Wales
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Algeria
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American Samoa
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Australia
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Bangladesh
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Barbados
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Egypt
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Finland
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France
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Greece
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Ireland
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Japan
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Kuwait
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Malta
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Marshall Islands
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Netherlands
—​
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North Korea
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Poland
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Scotland
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Spain
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Sri Lanka
WCC T20I Batter Rankings
As of November 1, 2003

Rank​
Player​
Team​
Rating​
1​
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Aksel Johansson
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DEN
793
2​
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William George Charles
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ENG
762
3​
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Tom Nightingale
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GGY
551
4​
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Kylian Michiels
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GGY
530
5​
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Eprahim Meto
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VAN
480
6​
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Richard Head
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ENG
457
7​
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Graeme Botha
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RSA
438
8​
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Dgen Kalsakau
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VAN
374
9​
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Petrus Struwig
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RSA
361
10​
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Martin Terry
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CAN
355

Minimum qualification: 200 runs + 5 completed innings
To view player rankings outside of the top ten, click here.
WCC T20I Bowler Rankings
As of November 1, 2003

Rank​
Player​
Team​
Rating​
1​
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Chris Fredriksson
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DEN
112
2​
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Harrison Willis
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GGY
143
3​
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Harry Wroetoshaw
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GGY
155
4​
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Olivier MacDonald
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CAN
165
5​
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Martin Terry
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CAN
189
6​
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Morne Kleynhans
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RSA
201
7​
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Rudi Struwig
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RSA
201
8​
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Richard Head
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ENG
252
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Amish Bakshi
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CAN
254
10​
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Minimum qualification: 10 wickets + 15 overs bowled
To view player rankings outside of the top ten, click here.

Historical rankings for the number one position across formats since the inception of the system have been archived below:

WCC Test Rankings

Historical Test Team Rankings
As of January, 2004

No. 1 Team​
Start​
End​
Total Months (uninterrupted)​
Total Months (cumulative)​
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Guernsey
1 July, 19991 June, 2001
23 months​
23 months​
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Canada
1 June, 20011 June, 2002
12 months​
12 months​
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Denmark
1 June, 20021 March, 2003
9 months​
9 months​
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Canada
1 March, 2003
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*22 months​
Historical Test Batter Rankings
As of January, 2004

No. 1 Batter​
Start​
End​
Total Months (uninterrupted)​
Total Months (cumulative)​
Best Rating​
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Harry Wroetoshaw
1 January, 20011 March, 2001
2 months​
2 months​
411
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Michel Gottlieb
1 March, 20011 April, 2001
1 month​
1 month​
444
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Kannaur Lokesh
1 April, 20011 August, 2001
4 months​
4 months​
525
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Heinrich Silva
1 August, 20011 October, 2001
2 months​
2 months​
529
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Donald Bomkamp
1 October, 20011 July, 2002
9 months​
9 months​
520
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Joseph Porsella
1 July, 20021 February, 2003
7 months​
7 months​
564
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Kylian Michiels
1 February, 2003
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*11 months​
*11 months​
971
Historical Test Bowler Rankings
As of January, 2004

No. 1 Bowler​
Start​
End​
Total Months (uninterrupted)​
Total Months (cumulative)​
Best Rating​
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Clinton Hintz
1 January, 20011 February, 2002
13 months​
13 months​
56
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Kyle Madiona
1 February, 20021 July, 2002
5 months​
5 months​
65
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El Mahi Khatibi
1 July, 20021 October, 2002
3 months​
3 months​
82
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Mark Mansale
1 October, 20021 February, 2003
4 months​
4 months​
87
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Himal Wickrema
1 February, 20031 November, 2003
9 months​
9 months​
82
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Clinton Hintz
1 November, 2003
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*2 months​
*15 months​
97

WCC ODI Rankings

Historical ODI Team Rankings
As of January, 2004

No. 1 Team​
Start​
End​
Total Months (uninterrupted)​
Total Months (cumulative)​
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Pakistan
1 July, 19991 January, 2000
6 months​
6 months​
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India
1 January, 20001 May, 2000
4 months​
4 months​
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Denmark
1 May, 20001 July, 2001
14 months​
14 months​
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Netherlands
1 July, 20011 May, 2002
10 months​
10 months​
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South Africa
1 May, 20021 July, 2003
14 months​
14 months​
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Canada
1 July, 2003
—​
*5 months​
*5 months​
Historical ODI Batter Rankings
As of January, 2004

No. 1 Player​
Start​
End​
Total Months (uninterrupted)​
Total Months (cumulative)​
Best Rating​
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Riley Delgado
1 January, 20011 May, 2001
4 months​
4 months​
707
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Aksel Johansson
1 May, 20011 July, 2001
2 months​
2 months​
807
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Kauko Hossi
1 July, 20011 August, 2001
1 month​
1 month​
1007
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Michel Gottlieb
1 August, 20011 December, 2001
4 months​
4 months​
1048
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Faas Vermeulen
1 December, 20011 August, 2002
8 months​
8 months​
914
i15HXpg.png
Kauko Hossi
1 August, 20021 October, 2002
2 months​
3 months​
826
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William George Charles
1 October, 20021 November, 2002
1 month​
1 month​
839
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Hervé Hocquard
1 November, 20021 December, 2002
1 month​
1 month​
841
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William George Charles
1 December, 20021 July, 2003
7 months​
8 months​
1005
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Basheer Rashed
1 July, 2003
—​
*4 months​
*4 months​
1051
Historical ODI Bowler Rankings
As of January, 2004

No. 1 Player​
Start​
End​
Total Months (uninterrupted)​
Total Months (cumulative)​
Best Rating​
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Dimitris Perropoulos
1 January, 20011 April, 2001
3 months​
3 months​
130
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Martin Lundgren
1 April, 20011 June, 2001
2 months​
2 months​
145
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Dimitris Perropoulos
1 June, 20011 July, 2001
1 month​
4 months​
168
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Felix Nørregaard
1 July, 20011 October, 2001
3 months​
3 months​
184
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Pramod Krishnakumar
1 October, 20011 December, 2001
2 months​
2 months​
181
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Mayas Kumble
1 December, 20011 August, 2002
8 months​
8 months​
109
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Rudi Struwig
1 August, 20021 March, 2003
7 months​
7 months​
132
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Mayas Kumble
1 March, 20031 November, 2003
8 months​
16 months​
132
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Shi Gen
1 November, 2003
—​
*1 month​
*1 month​
146

WCC T20I Rankings

Historical T20I Team Rankings
As of January, 2004

No. 1 Team​
Start​
End​
Total Months (uninterrupted)​
Total Months (cumulative)​
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Vanuatu
1 January, 20031 August, 2003
7 months​
7 months​
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China
1 August, 2003
—​
*5 months​
*5 months​
Historical T20I Batter Rankings
As of January, 2004

No. 1 Player​
Start​
End​
Total Months (uninterrupted)​
Total Months (cumulative)​
Best Rating​
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Apolinaire Saksak
1 January, 20031 July, 2003
6 months​
6 months​
841
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Aksel Johansson
1 July, 2003
—​
*6 months​
*6 months​
793
Historical T20I Bowler Rankings
As of January, 2004

No. 1 Player​
Start​
End​
Total Months (uninterrupted)​
Total Months (cumulative)​
Best Rating​
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Emile Leannon
1 January, 20031 July, 2003
6 months​
6 months​
53
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Talaititama Holo
1 July, 20031 November, 2003
4 months​
4 months​
54
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Chris Fredriksson
1 November, 2003
—​
*2 months​
*2 months​
112
 
TEST RECORDS

Team Records

Match

Highest Total​
For​
Against​
Venue​
Scorecard​
Date​
655 all out
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Guernsey
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South Africa
Johannesburg​
26-30 December, 2002​
Lowest Total​
For​
Against​
Venue​
Scorecard​
Date​
113 all out
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South Africa
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Guernsey
Berlin​
23-27 June, 1999​

Overall

Most Wins​
Matches​
Wins​
Losses​
Draws​
Ties​
N/R​
Win%​
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Canada
33​
19
7​
7​
0​
0​
68.18%​
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Guernsey
32​
18
7​
7​
0​
0​
67.19%​
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Denmark
29​
17
8​
4​
0​
0​
65.52%​
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India
23​
15
7​
1​
0​
0​
67.39%​
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South Africa
24​
11
7​
6​
0​
0​
58.33%​
Most Losses​
Matches​
Wins​
Losses​
Draws​
Ties​
N/R​
Win%​
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Norway
25​
6​
11
8​
0​
0​
40.00%​
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Pakistan
25​
8​
10
7​
0​
0​
46.00%​
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Nepal
14​
0​
9
5​
0​
0​
17.86%​
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Bangladesh
19​
6​
9
4​
0​
0​
42.11%​
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Niue
22​
6​
9
7​
0​
0​
43.18%​

Player Records

Career

Most Runs​
Team​
Mat​
Inns​
NO​
Runs​
Ave​
BF​
S/R​
HS​
100s​
50s​
ov2tScd.png
Tom Nightingale
ov2tScd.png
Guernsey
31​
56​
7​
3373
68.83​
4791​
69.99​
150​
11​
21​
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Martin Terry
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Canada
32​
57​
9​
3088
64.33​
4941​
62.49​
200​
11​
14​
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Jacques Coetzee
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South Africa
24​
40​
2​
2831
74.50​
4530​
62.49​
199​
9​
17​
ov2tScd.png
Harry Wroetoshaw
ov2tScd.png
Guernsey
30​
48​
6​
2743
65.31​
3879​
70.71​
200​
7​
14​
BHzuIii.png
Graham White
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Canada
33​
63​
1​
2716
43.81​
4715​
57.60​
109​
3​
22​
Most Wkts​
Team​
Mat​
Balls​
Runs​
Wkts​
Mdns​
Ave​
E/R​
S/R​
5w​
BBI​
ov2tScd.png
Harrison Willis
ov2tScd.png
Guernsey
30​
9033​
4302​
184
402​
23.38​
2.86​
49.09​
13​
7/141​
BHzuIii.png
Martin Terry
BHzuIii.png
Canada
32​
8518​
4311​
143
384​
30.14​
3.04​
59.56​
6​
6/37​
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Felix Nørregaard
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Denmark
29​
7453​
3833​
124
332​
30.91​
3.09​
60.10​
4​
6/59​
BHzuIii.png
Shawnte McCullock
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Canada
29​
7167​
3417​
113
357​
30.23​
2.86​
63.42​
6​
7/85​
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Kabir Khan Durrani
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Pakistan
25​
7161​
3317​
111
342​
29.88​
2.78​
64.51​
6​
7/49​

Innings

Best Innings​
By​
For​
Against​
Venue​
Scorecard​
Date​
312 (396)​
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Bronislaw Aleks
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Poland
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Denmark
Manchester​
25-29 June, 2002​
Best Figures​
By​
For​
Against​
Venue​
Scorecard​
Date​
9/86 (47.5)​
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Inzamam Wasim
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Wales
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Poland
Gdańsk​
20-24 November, 2001​
 
ODI RECORDS

Team Records

Total

Highest Total​
For​
Against​
Venue​
Scorecard​
Date​
439/2 (50.0 overs)
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Guernsey
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Norway
Bergen​
18 June, 2003​
Lowest Total​
For​
Against​
Venue​
Scorecard​
Date​
72/10 (21.4 overs)
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Nepal
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India
Al Rayyan​
6 October, 2003​

Margin

Biggest Win​
Margin​
Winners​
Losers​
Venue​
Scorecard​
Date​
By runs292 runs
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India
c8olj39.png
Nepal
Al Rayyan​
6 October, 2003​
By wickets10 wickets
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South Africa
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Finland
Port Elizabeth​
11 November, 2001​
By deliveries240 deliveries
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Morocco
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Russia
Saransk​
20 October, 2003​
Smallest Win​
Margin​
Winners​
Losers​
Venue​
Scorecard​
Date​
By runs1 run
ov2tScd.png
Guernsey
znexrcm.png
South Africa
Centurion​
24 January, 2000​
By wickets1 wicket
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Netherlands
ov2tScd.png
Guernsey
Corfu​
7 June, 2000​
By deliveries0 deliveries
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South Africa
BHzuIii.png
Canada
Stratford​
8 April, 2001​

Overall

Most Wins​
Matches​
Wins​
Losses​
Ties​
N/R​
Win%​
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India
50​
43
7​
0​
0​
86.00%​
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Denmark
56​
39
14​
3​
0​
72.32%​
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Guernsey
54​
36
17​
1​
0​
67.59%​
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South Africa
47​
34
13​
0​
0​
72.34%​
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Niue
55​
31
22​
2​
0​
58.18%​
Most Losses​
Matches​
Wins​
Losses​
Ties​
N/R​
Win%​
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Nepal
37​
5​
32
0​
0​
13.51%​
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New Zealand
45​
18​
27
0​
0​
40.00%​
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Pakistan
51​
22​
27
2​
0​
45.10%​
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Argentina
33​
10​
23
0​
0​
30.30%​
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Italy
31​
9​
22
0​
0​
29.03%​

Individual Records

Career

Most Runs​
Team​
Mat​
Inns​
NO​
Runs​
Ave​
BF​
S/R​
HS​
100s​
50s​
8dEbYx5.png
Aksel Johansson
8dEbYx5.png
Denmark
54​
54​
10​
3560
80.90​
3459​
102.91​
149*​
11​
25​
ov2tScd.png
Harry Wroetoshaw
ov2tScd.png
Guernsey
54​
52​
14​
2949
77.60​
2626​
112.30​
160*​
11​
16​
ov2tScd.png
Tom Nightingale
ov2tScd.png
Guernsey
54​
54​
2​
2865
55.09​
2938​
97.51​
140​
6​
21​
HotxCZm.png
Vijay Kambli
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India
47​
45​
5​
2651
66.27​
2486​
106.63​
139​
9​
15​
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Jacques Coetzee
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South Africa
47​
46​
13​
2552
77.33​
2446​
104.33​
130*​
3​
23​
Most Wkts​
Team​
Mat​
Balls​
Runs​
Wkts​
Mdns​
Ave​
E/R​
S/R​
5w​
BBI​
znexrcm.png
Rudi Struwig
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South Africa
47​
2466​
2117​
110
5​
19.24​
5.15​
22.41​
7​
6/40​
DhQiDDJ.png
Kabir Khan Durrani
DhQiDDJ.png
Pakistan
51​
2894​
2371​
104
11​
22.79​
4.92​
27.82​
2​
5/26​
8dEbYx5.png
Felix Nørregaard
8dEbYx5.png
Denmark
53​
2964​
2438​
95
12​
25.66​
4.94​
31.20​
1​
6/26​
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Talaititama Holo
jB27HsV.png
Niue
51​
2851​
2076​
91
17​
22.81​
4.37​
31.32​
2​
6/35​
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El Mahi Khatibi
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Morocco
39​
2208​
1873​
81
11​
23.12​
5.09​
27.25​
2​
5/35​

Innings

Best Innings​
By​
For​
Against​
Venue​
Scorecard​
Date​
235* (166)​
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Zouhair Rami
ecZbdvh.png
Morocco
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Saudi Arabia
Dammam​
5 September, 2003​
Best Figures​
By​
For​
Against​
Venue​
Scorecard​
Date​
7/43 (10.0)​
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Tang Deming
OhkDSkP.png
China
gfguoWI.png
Sri Lanka
Beijing​
5 November, 2001​
 
T20I RECORDS

Team Records

Total

Highest Total​
For​
Against​
Venue​
Scorecard​
Date​
222/3 (20.0 overs)
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Denmark
ov2tScd.png
Guernsey
Roskilde​
13 April, 2003​
Lowest Total​
For​
Against​
Venue​
Scorecard​
Date​
82/10 (19.4 overs)
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Marshall Islands
8dEbYx5.png
Denmark
Albertslund​
1 April, 2003​

Margin

Biggest Win​
Margin​
Winners​
Losers​
Venue​
Scorecard​
Date​
By runs108 runs
8dEbYx5.png
Denmark
SgZdasM.png
Marshall Islands
Albertslund​
1 April, 2003​
By wickets9 wickets
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Malta
jB27HsV.png
Niue
Manchester​
29 July, 2002​
By deliveries54 deliveries
8dEbYx5.png
Denmark
SgZdasM.png
Marshall Islands
Viborg​
3 April, 2003​
Smallest Win​
Margin​
Winners​
Losers​
Venue​
Scorecard​
Date​
By runs1 run
ImrTRhS.png
Italy
TLIc1Vc.png
Israel
Haifa​
12 May, 2003​
By wickets2 wickets
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England
BHzuIii.png
Canada
Southampton​
1 June, 2003​
By deliveries2 deliveries
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Vanuatu
jB27HsV.png
Niue
Manchester​
4 August, 2002​

Overall

Most Wins​
Matches​
Wins​
Losses​
Ties​
N/R​
Win%​
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South Africa
9​
8
1​
0​
0​
88.89%​
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India
5​
5
0​
0​
0​
100.00%​
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Denmark
6​
5
1​
0​
0​
83.33%​
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Vanuatu
7​
5
2​
0​
0​
71.43%​
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England
8​
5
3​
0​
0​
62.50%​
Most Losses​
Matches​
Wins​
Losses​
Ties​
N/R​
Win%​
ov2tScd.png
Guernsey
8​
2​
6
0​
0​
25.00%​
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Canada
9​
3​
6
0​
0​
33.33%​
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Scotland
4​
0​
4
0​
0​
0.0%​
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Kazakhstan
3​
0​
3
0​
0​
0.0%​
SgZdasM.png
Marshall Islands
3​
0​
3
0​
0​
0.0%​

Individual Records

Career

Most Runs​
Team​
Mat​
Inns​
NO​
Runs​
Ave​
BF​
S/R​
HS​
100s​
50s​
4s​
6s​
ov2tScd.png
Tom Nightingale
ov2tScd.png
Guernsey
8​
8​
0​
358
44.75​
291​
123.02​
60​
0​
4​
33​
6​
ov2tScd.png
Kylian Michiels
ov2tScd.png
Guernsey
8​
8​
0​
339
42.38​
271​
125.09​
63​
0​
5​
34​
4​
8dEbYx5.png
Aksel Johansson
8dEbYx5.png
Denmark
6​
6​
0​
281
46.83​
166​
169.28​
111​
1​
2​
30​
14​
QePZ1ul.png
Eprahim Meto
QePZ1ul.png
Vanuatu
7​
7​
0​
265
37.86​
209​
126.79​
57​
0​
2​
23​
10​
r9BU7X2.png
William George Charles
r9BU7X2.png
England
6​
6​
1​
259
51.80​
176​
147.16​
81​
0​
2​
27​
5​
Most Wkts​
Team​
Mat​
Inns​
Runs​
Wkts​
Ave​
Balls​
E/R​
S/R​
3w​
4w​
5w​
BBI​
znexrcm.png
Rudi Struwig
znexrcm.png
South Africa
9​
9​
234​
14
16.71​
180​
7.80​
12.86​
1​
1​
0​
4/5​
ov2tScd.png
Harry Wroetoshaw
ov2tScd.png
Guernsey
8​
8​
141​
12
11.75​
107​
7.91​
8.92​
2​
0​
0​
3/7​
BHzuIii.png
Olivier MacDonald
BHzuIii.png
Canada
9​
9​
171​
12
14.25​
148​
6.93​
12.33​
2​
0​
0​
3/15​
8dEbYx5.png
Chris Fredriksson
8dEbYx5.png
Denmark
6​
6​
111​
11
10.09​
100​
6.66​
9.09​
1​
1​
0​
4/29​
ov2tScd.png
Harrison Willis
ov2tScd.png
Guernsey
8​
8​
174​
11
15.82​
192​
5.44​
17.45​
1​
0​
0​
3/15​

Innings

Best Innings​
By​
For​
Against​
Venue​
Scorecard​
Date​
111 (56)​
8dEbYx5.png
Aksel Johansson
8dEbYx5.png
Denmark
ov2tScd.png
Guernsey
Roskilde​
13 April, 2003​
Best Figures​
By​
For​
Against​
Venue​
Scorecard​
Date​
5/17 (4.0)​
8dEbYx5.png
Felix Nørregaard
8dEbYx5.png
Denmark
SgZdasM.png
Marshall Islands
Albertslund​
1 April, 2003​
 
PLAYER CAREER STATISTICS

All-time career statistics for every player from international matches played under the World Cricket Conference can be found here.

All-Time Career Statistics

As of January 1, 2004

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Denmark 2.png
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