Mar 17, 2003: The Duleep Trophy match between Elite B and Plate B, held at the Guru Nanak College Grounds, Chennai, turned out to be a veritable run-fest, with only the 18-run difference in first-innings totals giving the former five points and the latter three.
Dec 12, 2002: South African captain Rory Field led from the front as his team edged out Australia and made it to the final of the 2002 Blind World Cup
Dec 11, 2002: A fine allround performance from captain Ramkaran Sharma helped India beat Australia by 46 runs in a 2002 Blind World Cup league match in Chennai
Dec 10, 2002: In yet another high-scoring match in the World Cup Cricket for the Blind, Pakistan successfully defended a total of 369, made in just 37 overs, to notch up a 65-run win over Australia at the Guru Nanak College Ground
Dec 9, 2002: A sparkling double ton from Nathan Foy helped England get the better of Pakistan in a league match at the Guru Nanak College Ground, Chennai on Tuesday
Dec 8, 2002: Australia's Nick Haydar fashioned his side's thrilling one-run win over South Africa in a league match played at the Guru Nanak College Ground, Chennai on Sunday
Dec 6, 2002: Sri Lanka Blind had just gotten off to a solid start in their game against South Africa at the Guru Nanak College Ground in Chennai when rain forced the World Cup match to be abandoned
Aug 30, 2002: The MAC-TNCA XI lifted the 2002 Sahara Buchi Babu Trophy by completing a comprehensive 10-wicket win over Indian Airlines at the Guru Nanak College Ground, dominating the game right through and coasting to a deserved victory.
Jan 27, 2002: The Tamil Nadu and Mumbai tie at the Guru Nanak College Ground, Chennai was always going to be a closely contested affair
Jan 25, 2002: Mumbai managed to gain a slender four-run first innings lead against Tamil Nadu at the Guru Nanak College Ground, Chennai
Jan 24, 2002: The opening day of the Tamil Nadu-Mumbai encounter was not a happy one for the batsmen - as many as 14 of them fell with just 198 runs being scored
Jan 6, 2002: In a low-scoring affair, the Indian women began their five-match series against England with a thumping eight-wicket win at the India Cements-Guru Nanak College Grounds at Chennai
Jan 4, 2002: The England Women's Cricket team made a winning start to their tour of India today, beating a Women's Cricket Association of India XI (WCAI) by 6 wickets in a warm-up match at the Guru Nanak College Ground, Chennai.
Nov 28, 2001: Goa's tailenders batted resolutely to deny Tamil Nadu a shot at victory in their Ranji Trophy league match at Chennai on Tuesday
Nov 27, 2001: An unbeaten century from Sridharan Sharath saw Tamil Nadu declare at 396/5 on Day Three of their Ranji Trophy league match at Chennai on Monday
Nov 26, 2001: A steady rather than excellent batting display from Tamil Nadu's top order saw the home side gain a slight edge over Goa in their Ranji Trophy league match at Chennai on Sunday
Nov 25, 2001: A century from Kiran Powar brightened up the first day of play in Tamil Nadu and Goa's Ranji Trophy tie at Chennai
Mar 17, 2001: In the end it was an anti-climax
Mar 16, 2001: All the protagonists, with two major exceptions, are back in Chennai for the Tied Test rematch 15 years after the original contest
Jan 17, 2001: If anyone has a doubt about what is going wrong with cricket in India, all you have to do is to take a look at the last day's play between South Zone and England Under-19s played at Guru Nanak College Ground, Chennai, on Wednesday
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