2008 Beach Cricket Tri-Nations series

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The 2008 XXXX Gold Beach Cricket Tri-Nations series was contested between Australia, England and New Zealand, with the eventual winner being New Zealand.

Team list[edit]

Venues[edit]

The venues and dates were:

Round one[edit]

Round one competition, played in Scarborough, Western Australia, on Saturday, 5 January and Sunday, 6 January 2008:

  • Round Robin
    • England 1/101 vs New Zealand 2/106
    • Australia 0/126 vs England 1/153
    • Australia 6/112 vs New Zealand 5/127
  • Final
    • New Zealand 3/102 vs England 2/106

Round two[edit]

Round Two competition, played in Glenelg, South Australia, on Wednesday, 9 January 2008:

  • Round Robin
    • Australia 7/52 vs New Zealand 0/101
    • Australia 1/79 vs England 5/69
    • England 2/103 vs New Zealand 8/44
  • Final
    • England 3/94 vs New Zealand 8/51

Round three[edit]

Round three competition, played in Maroubra, New South Wales, on Saturday, 12 January and Sunday 13 January 2008:

    • England 9/27 vs New Zealand 0/116
    • Australia 5/55 vs New Zealand 4/54
    • Australia 2/98 vs England 2/94
  • Final
    • New Zealand 4/105 vs Australia 4/77

Round four[edit]

Round four competition, played in Coolangatta, Queensland on Saturday, 19 January 2008:

    • Australia 4/84 vs New Zealand 4/95
    • England 0/120 vs New Zealand 2/126
    • Australia 4/82 vs England 4/99

Finals[edit]

Finals, played in Coolangatta, Queensland, on Sunday, 20 January 2008:

  • Round 4 Regional-Final *
    • Australia 2/113 vs Gold Legends 2/108
  • Final
    • New Zealand 3/88 vs England 6/63

* Regional final between New Zealand and England was replaced by a match between Australia and the Gold Legends,
the Gold Legends were a combination of the English and New Zealand teams.

Leaderboard[edit]

Team Played Won Lost Points
New Zealand New Zealand 11 7 4 17
England England 10 5 5 13
Australia Australia 9 3 6 6

Points

  • 2 — Win
  • 0 — Loss
  • 1 — Tie
  • 1 — Abandoned match
  • 1 — Win by 20 or more runs
Preceded by
2007
Beach Cricket Tri-Nations series
2008
Succeeded by
2009