Jul 29, 2002: West Indies A ended their tour to England in fine style, with a 44-run win over Gloucestershire at Cheltenham
Jul 26, 2002: The last day of the match between Somerset and the West Indies 'A' was one of the most fascinating days seen at the County Ground for a long time
Jul 26, 2002: An extraordinary final day saw West Indies A tie with Somerset at Taunton
Jul 25, 2002: The West Indies `A' ended the day in an almost unassailable position at Taunton where they were 453 runs ahead with three second innings wickets remaining at close of play
Jul 25, 2002: West Indies A opted not to enforce the follow-on in their tour match with Somerset at Taunton
Jul 24, 2002: Somerset's young guns gave a good account of themselves on the first day of their three day match against West Indies `A' at Taunton today
Jul 22, 2002: Test pacer Darren Powell picked up three wickets as West Indies A recorded a comprehensive victory in their tour match with Warwickshire at Edgbaston.
Jul 21, 2002: Flashing blades and crashing stumps were the order of the day as West Indies A took total control of their three-day match with Warwickshire at Edgbaston
Jul 20, 2002: Daren Ganga's half-century put West Indies A in control on a rain-affected first day of their tour match with Warwickshire
Jul 17, 2002: The tour match between West Indies A and the Indian tourists at Arundel remains in the balance
Jul 13, 2002: A thrilling cameo from Graham Lloyd helped to revive the final day of Lancashire's tour match with West Indies A at Liverpool
Jul 12, 2002: Daren Ganga hit his first century on tour as West Indies A moved into an unassailable position against Lancashire at Liverpool
Jul 12, 2002: Veterans Neil Fairbrother and Graham Lloyd made runs but a catalogue of poorrunning kept West Indies A on top of their tour match with Lancashire.Fairbrother hit 101 and Lloyd 68 as the home side responded to a commandingWest Indian first innings
Jul 10, 2002: Devon Smith raced to a career best score as West Indies A made an explosive start to their tour match with Lancashire at Liverpool
Jul 7, 2002: West Indies A found some form with an accomplished victory over Yorkshire in a one-day match at Headingley
Jul 7, 2002: Somerset have just announced that the match against West Indies 'A' that starts at the County Ground in Taunton on Wednesday July 24th will now be played over 3 days, rather that 4 days as originally shown in the fixture list.
Jul 5, 2002: The final day of West Indies A tour match with Nottinghamshire was washed out without a ball being bowled
Jul 4, 2002: Despite some aggressive batting, West Indies A could not grasp the initiative in their tour match with Nottinghamshire at Trent Bridge
Jul 3, 2002: An unbeaten half-century from debutant Vikram Atri gave Nottinghamshire the upper hand on the first day of their tour match with West Indies A at Trent Bridge
Jun 27, 2002: Derbyshire's acting captain Matthew Dowman had a dream day as their match with West Indies A builds towards a fascinating finish
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