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CRICKET-WORLD/AUSTRALIA
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March 18, 2007
Tim De Leede (2nd-L) of the Netherlands is congratulated by team mates after dismissing Australia's Adam...
BASSETERRE, St. Kitts and Nevis
Tim De Leede of the Netherlands congratulated after dismissing Australia's Gilchrist during the World...
Tim De Leede (2nd-L) of the Netherlands is congratulated by team mates after dismissing Australia's Adam Gilchrist during their World Cup cricket match in Basseterre on St. Kitts March 18, 2007. MOBILES OUT, EDITORIAL USE ONLY REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (ST. KITTS AND NEVIS)
CRICKET-WORLD/AUSTRALIA
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March 18, 2007
Tim De Leede of the Netherlands fails to take a catch off Australia's Adam Gilchrist during their World...
BASSETERRE, St. Kitts and Nevis
Tim De Leede of the Netherlands fails to take a catch off Australia's Gilchrist during their World Cup...
Tim De Leede of the Netherlands fails to take a catch off Australia's Adam Gilchrist during their World Cup cricket match in Basseterre on St. Kitts March 18, 2007. MOBILES OUT, EDITORIAL USE ONLY REUTERS/Tim Wimborne (ST. KITTS AND NEVIS)
CRICKET-WORLD/SAFRICA
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March 16, 2007
Netherlands' Tim De Leede (R) is bowled by South Africa's Justin Kemp as wicketkeeper Mark Boucher (L)...
BASSETERRE, St. Kitts and Nevis
Netherlands' Tim De Leede is bowled by South Africa's Justin Kemp in their World Cup cricket match in...
Netherlands' Tim De Leede (R) is bowled by South Africa's Justin Kemp as wicketkeeper Mark Boucher (L) watches during their World Cup cricket match in Basseterre March 16, 2007. MOBILES OUT, EDITORIAL USE ONLY REUTERS/Mike Hutchings (ST KITTS AND NEVIS)
SPORT CRICKET
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February 28, 2003
Zimbabwe batsman Dion Ebrahim is clean bowled by Holland's Tim De Leede
(Out of picture) watched by...
Bulawayo, Zimbabwe
ZIMBABWE BATSMAN EBRAHIM IS BOWLED OUT AS DUTCH WICKET KEEPER SMITS
LOOKS ON.
Zimbabwe batsman Dion Ebrahim is clean bowled by Holland's Tim De Leede
(Out of picture) watched by wicket keeper Jeroen Smits at the Queens
Sports Club in Bulawayo February 28, 2003. The teams are playing a
Group A qualifier in the cricket World Cup. REUTERS/Howard Burditt

HB/CMC
SPORT CRICKET
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February 16, 2003
Holland's Tim de Leede (L) watches a shot reach the boundary during
their World Cup group A match against...
East London, South Africa
HOLLAND'S TIM DE LEEDE WATCHES A SHOT REACH THE BOUNDARY AT BUFFALO
PARK.
Holland's Tim de Leede (L) watches a shot reach the boundary during
their World Cup group A match against England at Buffalo Park in East
London, South Africa, February 16, 2003. England won by 6 wickets.
REUTERS/Darren Staples

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SPORT CRICKET WORLD INDIA
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February 12, 2003
India's Harbhajan Singh (R) celebrates with teammate Virender Sehwag
after taking the wicket of Tim...
Paarl, India
INDIA'S HARBHAJAN SINGH CELEBRATES WITH TEAMMATE VIRENDER SEHWAG IN
PAARL.
India's Harbhajan Singh (R) celebrates with teammate Virender Sehwag
after taking the wicket of Tim De Leede of the Netherlands during a
preliminary cricket World Cup match between India and Holland in Paarl,
South Africa, February 12, 2003. India scored 204 in their innings.
REUTERS/Arko Datta

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February 12, 2003
India's Harbhajan Singh celebrates after taking the wicket of Tim De
Leede of the Netherlands as teammates...
India
INDIA'S SINGH CELEBRATES AFTER TAKING WICKET OF DUTCH DE LEEDE IN
PAARL.
India's Harbhajan Singh celebrates after taking the wicket of Tim De
Leede of the Netherlands as teammates Sachin Tendulkar (R) and Saurav
Ganguly (2nd from R) look on during a preliminary cricket World Cup
match between India and Holland in Paarl, South Africa, February 12,
2003. India scored 204 in their innings. REUTERS/Arko Datta

AD/CMC
SPORT CRICKET
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February 12, 2003
Dutch wicketkeeper Jeroen Smits (L) and team mate Tim De Leede
celebrate after De Leede dismissed India's...
Paarl, South Africa - Republic of South Africa
HOLLAND WICKETKEEPER JEROEN SMITS AND TEAM MATE TIM DE LEEDE CELEBRATE
IN PAARL.
Dutch wicketkeeper Jeroen Smits (L) and team mate Tim De Leede
celebrate after De Leede dismissed India's Sachin Tendulkar during a
cricket World Cup match between India and Holland in Paarl, South
Africa, February 12, 2003. The Netherlands' medium pacers stunned India
by reducing them to 128 for five after 35 overs in their Group A
encounter on Wednesday. REUTERS/Arko Datta

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SPORTS CRICKET TROPHY
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September 21, 2002
Tim de Leede (R) of the Netherlands plays a shot as Pakistani
wicketkeeper Rashid Latif looks on during...
Colombo, Sri Lanka - Democratic Socialist Republic of
HOLLAND'S TIM DE LEEDE PLAYS A SHOT DURING MATCH AGAINST PAKISTAN IN
COLOMBO.
Tim de Leede (R) of the Netherlands plays a shot as Pakistani
wicketkeeper Rashid Latif looks on during one of the preliminary pool
matches between Pakistan and Holland in the ICC Champions trophy in
Colombo, Sri Lanka September 21, 2002. REUTERS/Arko Datta

AD/CP
SPORT CRICKET
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February 21, 2002
Dutch cricketers Tim De Leede (L) and Bas Zuiderent (C) are greeted by
a man dressed as a Zulu warrior...
Johannesburg, South Africa
MEMBERS OF NETHERLANDS CRICKET TEAM JOKE WITH MAN DRESSED AS ZULU
WARRIOR.
Dutch cricketers Tim De Leede (L) and Bas Zuiderent (C) are greeted by
a man dressed as a Zulu warrior outside their Johannesburg hotel
February 21, 2002. Holland, who lost to Australia on February 20, play
their next match in the Cricket World Cup against Pakistan on February
25. REUTERS/Andy Clark

AC
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March 05, 1996
Dutch bowler Flavia Aponso (C) and Tim de Leede (R) congratulate Bas Zuiderent on taking the wicket of...
Pakistan
DUTCH PLAYERS CONGRATULATE EACH OTHER ON KIRSTEN'S WICKET
Dutch bowler Flavia Aponso (C) and Tim de Leede (R) congratulate Bas Zuiderent on taking the wicket of South Africa's Gary Kirsten during the two team's Cricket World Cup match in Rawalpindi March 5. South Africa scored 328 off their 50 overs.

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