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Cook Islands
Flag of the Cook Islands
Flag of the Cook Islands
ICC membership granted 2000
ICC member status affiliate member
ICC development region East-Asia Pacific
World Cricket League division Five
World Cricket League EAP region division n/a
Captain Teunu Eliaba
Coach {{{current_coach}}}
First recorded match 3 February 2001 v New Zealand Māori at Melville Park, Auckland, New Zealand
As of 31 July 2007

The Cook Islands cricket team is the team that represents the New Zealand dependency of the Cook Islands in international cricket matches. They became an International Cricket Council member in 2000. [1]

They made their international debut in the Pacifica Championship in 2001, finishing fifth in the eight team tournament. [2] They finished one place higher the following year. [3]

They entered the qualification race for the 2011 World Cup, finishing as runners up in the 2005 ICC EAP Cricket Cup. This gave them a place in the 2006 ICC EAP Cricket Trophy, where they finished second to Fiji, missing out on a place in Division Three of the ICC World Cricket League in 2007.

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Cook Islands
Cook Islands Cricket Logo
ICC membership granted 2000
ICC member status affiliate member
ICC development region East-Asia Pacific
World Cricket League division Five
World Cricket League EAP region division n/a
Captain Teunu Eliaba
Coach {{{current_coach}}}
First recorded match 3 February 2001 v New Zealand Māori at Melville Park, Auckland, New Zealand
As of 31 July 2007

The Cook Islands cricket team is the team that represents the New Zealand dependency of the Cook Islands in international cricket matches. They became an International Cricket Council member in 2000. [1]

They made their international debut in the Pacifica Championship in 2001, finishing fifth in the eight team tournament. [2] They finished one place higher the following year. [3]

They entered the qualification race for the 2011 World Cup, finishing as runners up in the 2005 ICC EAP Cricket Cup. This gave them a place in the 2006 ICC EAP Cricket Trophy, where they finished second to Fiji, missing out on a place in Division Three of the ICC World Cricket League in 2007.


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