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|1922||Argentina win three match series against Brazil 1-0.
Argentina draw two match series against Chile.
|1925||Argentina beat Chile by 320 runs despite a century by Chile's Alfred Jackson, who would later play for Argentina.|
|1927||Argentina, captained by Argentinian born Sussex cricketer Clement Jackson, lose a four match series of first-class matches against the MCC 2-1.|
|1927/28||Argentina beat Brazil 2-1 in a three match series, losing the last match by an innings.|
|1928||Argentina draw two match series against Chile.|
|1929||Argentina beat Brazil 2-1 in a three match series. Brazil's Richard Latham scores a century in each innings in the first match, won by Brazil.|
|1930||Argentina beat Chile by an innings and 65 runs after scoring 612/6 declared, their highest ever team score, which also featured their highest individual score, 234 by Dennet Ayling. Somerset's John Jackson scores a century in each innings for Chile.
Argentina host Sir Julien Cahn's XI for a three match series of first-class games, drawing the final two after losing the first.
|1932||Combined South America side featuring ten Argentinians tours England, playing six first-class games, winning one against Oxford University. They also lose a first-class match against Scotland in Edinburgh.|
|1938||Final first-class matches to date for Argentina as they draw a three match series against Sir TEW Brinkman's XI.
Argentina beat Chile in both matches of a two match series, the second of which sees Alfred Jackson play for Argentina whilst his brother was playing for Chile.
|1956||DA Cavanagh takes 9/20 for Argentina against a combined Brazil, Chile and Peru XI, the best bowling figures for Argentina.|
|1959||MCC tour Argentina, winning both matches of a two match series.|
|1979||Argentina play in the first ICC Trophy in England, but go without a win.|
|1982||Argentina miss the second ICC Trophy due to the Falklands War.|
|1986||Argentina's second ICC Trophy, again going without a win.|
|1990||Argentina beat East and Central Africa in the plate competition of the ICC Trophy, their first win in the tournament.|
|1994||Argentina beat East and Central Africa and Fiji in the ICC Trophy.|
|1995||Argentina host and win the South American Championship, beating Brazil, Chile and Peru.|
|1997||Argentina finish 20th in the ICC Trophy after beating Israel in the ICC Trophy.
Argentina host and win the South American Championship, beating Brazil, Chile and Peru.
|2000||Argentina lose all their matches in the first Americas Championship.|
|2001||MCC tour Argentina, winning two match one-day series.
Argentina have their most successful ICC Trophy in Canada, including an upset win over Malaysia. They only miss out on a play-off for the Super League stage due to defeat against Uganda.
|2002||Argentina host the second Americas Championship but finish last, even losing to affiliates the Bahamas.|
|2004||Argentina finish fifth in the Americas Championship in Bermuda.|
|2006||Argentina host and win Division 2 of the Americas Championship, but lose all their matches in Division 1.|
|2007||After originally being placed in Division 5 of the World Cricket League, the suspension of the USA by the ICC sees Argentina promoted to Division 3, where they are the surprise package as they reach the final before losing to Uganda. They are promoted to Division 2 where they play their first List A games in Namibia, but finish last, relegating them back to Division 3.
Argentina's women make their debut, finishing last in the Americas Championship. They also tour Brazil for their first matches, winning all three.
|2008||The MCC tour Argentina, winning all three one-day matches.
Argentina finish fifth in the Americas Championship in Florida.
|2009||Argentina host Division Three of the World Cricket League and finish last.
Argentina's women win a three match Twenty20 series against Brazil.
The first North v South Twenty20 match takes place, with the South winning.
In the Women's Americas Championship, Argentina finish third in the Twenty20 tournament after beating the USA in a play-off. They also finish third (out of three teams) in the one-day tournament.
|2010||The South win the North v South match.
Argentina finish fourth in the Americas Championship in Bermuda. They finish last in the Twenty20 tournament.
Argentina finish last in Division Four of the World Cricket League for their third consecutive relegation.
|2011||Argentina Under-19s finish last in the Americas Under-19 Championship.
Argentina finish last in the Americas Championship Twenty20 in Florida.