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Declines captaincy of South Africa A
Jan 19, 2003: Errol Stewart's chances of being understudy to Mark Boucher at next month's World Cup are all but dead after he turned down an invitation to lead the South Africa A side on a three-match tour of Zimbabwe
Oct 22, 2002: England have begun their tour of Australia with a 58-run defeat, going down to the ACB Chairman's XI for the first time in the traditional opener to the Ashes series at Lilac Hill
Pakistan lashes out at India for severing ties
Oct 16, 2002: Pakistan marked 50 years of Test cricket today with a bitter attack on arch-rivals India for severing ties with them
SA christen Buffalo Park with a feast of runs
Oct 16, 2002: Graeme Smith converted his maiden Test century to a superb 200, and Gary Kirsten became the first man to score centuries against all nine Test-playing opponents, as South Africa christened Buffalo Park, the 85th and newest Test venue, with a feast of
Ganguly wants to wrap up the series in Chennai
Oct 16, 2002: Sourav Ganguly said his team was confident of wrapping up the three-Test series at the Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai, India's happiest hunting ground
Beleagured team now wait on Freddie
Oct 16, 2002: England's preparations for the Ashes, already undermined by the withdrawal of Graham Thorpe and the ongoing injury concerns surrounding Darren Gough, received another blow with the admission by Andrew Flintoff that he is struggling to be fit for the
When India gave as good as they got
Oct 16, 2002: It's 14 years since West Indies played a Test in Chennai, formerly called Madras
Looks forward to "massive winter"
Oct 16, 2002: England all-rounder Andrew Flintoff has admitted his recovery from a doublehernia operation is taking longer than he expected
Chandrasekhar to receive Lifetime Achievement award
Oct 15, 2002: Leg-spinning great BS Chandrasekhar will receive the Castrol Lifetime Achievement in Cricket Award
Sep 24, 2002: England batsman Michael Vaughan has been voted Player of the Year by the Professional Cricketers' Association
Sep 4, 2002: Nottinghamshire are in talks with Stuart MacGill which could eventuate in the Australian leg-spinner returning to Trent Bridge next season
Sep 4, 2002: Michael Vaughan has become the latest England injury doubt for the forthcoming ICC Champions Trophy in Sri Lanka
Aug 31, 2002: Surrey's Rikki Clarke has won the Cricket Writers' Club Young Cricketer of the Year award after one of the tightest votes in recent history
Aug 28, 2002: Nottinghamshire batsman Kevin Pietersen is likely to miss the rest of the English season after fracturing a shin bone
Aug 16, 2002: James Whitaker has resigned as general manager of Leicestershire County Cricket Club
Jul 23, 2002: Yorkshire fast bowler Chris Silverwood is on England standby for the first Test against India at Lord's
Jul 20, 2002: England's women slipped to a comprehensive 63-run defeat at the hands of New Zealand in the final of the 2002 Tri-Series tournament at Chester-le-Street.
Jul 5, 2002: Bob Woolmer has confirmed that he is standing down as Warwickshire's first team coach at the end of the season.Woolmer does not wish to extend his contract, and will finish his second stint in charge of the Bears in September.
Jul 4, 2002: The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) have written to Yorkshire asking the club to explain the low attendance at the NatWest Series one-day international between England and Sri Lanka at Headingley on Tuesday.
Jul 1, 2002: Arnold - middle order specialist
Sreesanth wasn't the most likeable team-mate or opponent, but he had skill beyond doubt, which we might have seen the last of
Even at the height of his success with the national side, Sreesanth was a lonely cricketer who felt hard done by
Plays of the day from the IPL match between Mumbai Indians and Rajasthan Royals in Mumbai
Out of the shattered lives of three young men caught up in allegations of fraud, newer and stronger players must emerge
Mumbai Indians still have a better head-to-head record against Chennai Super Kings, but once again on the big occasion, they came second
None of the other three England bowlers with 300 Test wickets - or many other of the game's finest swing merchants - could have bowled better than James Anderson at Lord's
Royal Challengers began the season in full steam, but failed to replicate their consistency away from home
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