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Zimbabwe v Bangladesh, 2nd Test, Bulawayo, 2nd day

Another soggy day in Africa

Feb 27, 2004: The second day of the second Test at Bulawayo showed every sign of going the same way as the first - a complete washout

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The Zimbabwe question

Look at the real story behind the rhetoric

Jan 29, 2004: Have the ZCU fallen victim to 'politicisation and racialisation' ...

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England tour of Zimbabwe 2004-05

Damned if they do

Jan 23, 2004: With one hand the ECB battles the British government, with the other the ICC

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1933

Bodyline's final fling

Jan 8, 2004: One of the last outings of Bodyline came in the unlikeliest of settings - the Varsity match of 1933 - when Ken Farnes almost bowled Cambridge to a controversial victory

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South Africa v W Indies, 3rd Test, Cape Town, 1st day

West Indies still in the game despite Rudolph hundred

Jan 2, 2004: A much-needed hundred from Jacques Rudolph gave South Africa a good start to the third Test at Cape Town

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South Africa v West Indies, 1st Test, Jo'burg, 3rd day

Brilliant Lara punishes Pollock's profligacy

Dec 14, 2003: A quite superb hundred from Brian Lara was all that stood between West Indies and South Africa on the third day of the first Test at The Wanderers

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Umpires under fire

Gunning for the men in white

Dec 11, 2003: Being an umpire is no picnic at the best of times, what with the endless television replays and commentators eager to scrutinise every decision, but the last few days have seen them under attack across the world

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Decisions needed over Zimbabwe tour

ECB needs to act decisively - and soon

Dec 10, 2003: The ECB needs to decide early - it simply cannot afford a repeat of the will-they, won't-they farce which preceded England's withdrawal from the World Cup match in Harare

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Sri Lanka v England, 2nd ODI, Colombo

Rain washes out second ODI

Nov 21, 2003: The heavy rain which left the Premadasa Stadium in Colombo awash on Thursday continued throughout this morning and put pay to the second ODI between Sri Lanka and England, which was called off at 6.05pm local time without a ball being bowled

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Sri Lanka v England, 2nd ODI, Colombo

Rain washes out second ODI

Nov 21, 2003: The second ODI between Sri Lanka and England was called off at 6.05pm local time without a ball being bowled due to heavy rain

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Crowds turn on beleaguered captain

Time is running out for weary Mahmud

Nov 11, 2003: Khaled Mahmud, Bangladesh's increasingly isolated captain, looks to be on his way out after more dismal one-day performances against England

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Bangladesh v England, 2nd Test, Chittagong, 4th day

Bangladesh slide to crushing defeat

Nov 1, 2003: After competing hard throughout the series it was disappointing that Bangladesh ended it with an indisciplined batting performance which saw them bowled out inside three hours and slide to a 329-run defeat

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Series fail to ignite interest

Out-of-season blues

Oct 23, 2003: The experiment of out-of-season Test cricket has not turned out to be a great sucess

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A young man's game

Lehmann faces up to age-old problem

Oct 16, 2003: The trend towards writing players off when they near their mid thirties is growing, and Darren Lehmann's fears his latest injury might allow a younger challenger to nip in and take his - for keeps

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England v South Africa, 5th Test, The Oval, Day 5

England roar back to square the series

Sep 8, 2003: A packed fifth-day crowd crammed into The Oval to see England blow away the South African tail inside an hour and then knocked off the 110 runs needed to win the match - and square the series - 41 minutes into the afternoon

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England v South Africa, 4th Test, Headingley, Day 5

Kallis grabs six as England go down with a whimper

Aug 25, 2003: Man of the morning: Jacques Kallis leads South Africa off after blowing England away with 6 for 54 It took South Africa less than an hour to complete a comprehensive 191-run victory over England on the final day of the fourth Test at

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Kirtley inspires England to series-levelling win

Aug 18, 2003: England levelled the five-match series with a 70-run victory over South Africa on a tense fifth morning of the third npower Test at Trent Bridge

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Weather frustrates attempts to force results

Jul 26, 2003: Essex 351 and 111 for 1 drew with Leicestershire 600 for 7 dec at Southend Scorecard Leicestershire still harboured hopes of victory despite the loss of most of yesterday's play, but James Middlebrook's gutsy 82 delayed them in the morning, and

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Smith takes charge before rain returns to thwart South Africa

Jul 26, 2003: Graeme Smith on his way to 277, the highest Test score by a South African The rain which washed out all of yesterday returned at tea to bring a premature end to the third day's play in the first npower Test at Edgbaston, just as a tense

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Rain offers England some respite

Jul 25, 2003: A fed-up Graeme Smith at a soggy Edgbaston Heavy rain, which started in the early hours, gave England some respite from the mauling they received on the opening day of the first npower Test against South Africa at Edgbaston

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