2000 English cricket season

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The 2000 cricket season was the 403rd in England since the earliest known definite reference to cricket in 1597, and the 100th in which the County Championship has been an official competition. Surrey in first-class cricket and Gloucestershire in limited overs cricket were the dominant teams.

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Test series[edit]

England played five Test matches against West Indies following two against Zimbabwe.

Leading batsmen[edit]

Michael Bevan topped the averages with 1124 runs @ 74.93

The top runscorer was Darren Lehmann with 1477 @ 67.13

Leading bowlers[edit]

Courtney Walsh topped the averages with 40 wickets @ 11.42

The leading wicket taker was Glenn McGrath, playing for Worcestershire, who took 80 @ 13.21

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