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Aug 29, 2001: Wanstead Cricket Club, the Essex club which until recently was home to James Foster, England's new wicketkeeper, won the Sun Bank Under-15 Club Championship Final at the May's Bounty Ground in Basingstoke after an entertaining 18 run victory over
Aug 27, 2001: Australia ended their triumphant Ashes summer with a convincing win over England at the AMP Oval today by an innings and 25 runs to record a resounding 4-1 series victory.
Aug 26, 2001: Following days of endless sunshine and absorbing cricket, the fourth day of the final npower Test match was lost to the rain clouds today to reduce Australia's chances of victory and boost England's hopes for a draw
Aug 25, 2001: After a day of toil and sweat, Shane Warne finally landed his 400th Test wicket at the AMP Oval today while, after waiting ten years, Mark Ramprakash finally made his first Test century on home soil
Aug 24, 2001: If this proves to be Steve Waugh's swansong in England then those who were lucky enough to get tickets for the fifth and final npower Ashes Test at the AMP Oval will have witnessed something very special and rather extraordinary
Aug 23, 2001: Justin Langer made a heroic return to Test cricket making an unbeaten century on his first appearance for Australia in England before he was felled by a ball from Andrew Caddick and left the field, dazed and unsteady
Aug 20, 2001: An heroic innings of 173* by Mark Butcher has led England to a remarkable six wicket victory over Australia in the Fourth npower Test at Headingley.
Aug 19, 2001: The Yorkshire weather scuppered Australia's hopes of having a day off tomorrow as rain restricted play on the fourth day to just 25 overs but their declaration gave England a target for victory
Aug 18, 2001: England's fighting spirit was frayed by another class performance from the Australians, spearheaded by Glenn McGrath who captured his 350th Test wicket
Aug 17, 2001: The spirit of Geoffrey Boycott was alive and well at Headingley today as England adopted a watchful but slow approach in their first innings on the second day of the Fourth npower Test Match
Aug 16, 2001: Ricky Ponting shrugged off his Ashes blues to make a long overdue and superb century at Headingley to give Australia another sizzling success to celebrate in the Fourth npower Test Match
Jul 22, 2001: England will need to dig deep into their character reserves to stage an Ashes fightback against Australia after crashing to an eight-wicket defeat at Lord's today
Jul 21, 2001: England's hopes of saving the Second npower Test were hanging by a thread tonight after an exasperating day of errors and brittle performances
Jul 20, 2001: Five wickets for Glenn McGrath and a fine century for Mark Waugh gave Australia a tight and possibly inextricable grip over the Second npower Test Match at Lord's
Jul 19, 2001: England spent a frustrating day battling with disruptions and distractions to give Australia the upper hand at the end of the first day of the Second npower Test Match at Lord's
Jul 8, 2001: To compete with Australia, England's best side needed to play to their full potential but with injuries blighting selections, the best of the rest were unable to lift their games and Australia were clinical in completing an innings and 118 run
Jul 7, 2001: The first two sessions were a re-enactment of yesterday
Jul 6, 2001: Steve Waugh slammed on the brakes on the second day of the First npower Ashes Test but Australia lost none of the momentum that has kept them on top from the start of this match
Jul 5, 2001: The Ashes series got off to a thunderous start at Edgbaston with Australia finishing the first day on 132-2 in reply to England's 294 all out
Jul 3, 2001: England's batters pulled out all the stops at Lord's but still could not match the might of the Australians who recorded the third consecutive victory of the CricInfo one-day series by a margin of 66 runs.