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Oct 6, 2002: Ramnaresh Sarwan completed a rare century as West Indies' tour match against an Indian Board President's XI
Oct 6, 2002: The West Indies simply pumped the attack for all the runs that could be had.
Oct 5, 2002: West Indies lead Indian Board President's XI by 66 runs
Oct 5, 2002: West Indies stroked themselves into form ahead of a gruelling Test and one-day series.
Oct 4, 2002: Dinesh Mongia reminded the selectors of his first-class credentials
Oct 4, 2002: Considering that the Indian Board President's XI lost their first two wickets in 8.1 overs, captain Mohammad Kaif will not be too displeased with the final total of 275 for eight declared
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