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Seventh One-Day International

West Indies v South Africa, 2000-01

2002: At St Vincent, May 16

Tony Cozier

Sixth One-Day International

West Indies v South Africa, 2000-01

2002: At Port-of-Spain, May 12

Tony Cozier

Fifth One-Day International

West Indies v South Africa, 2000-01

2002: At Bridgetown, May 9

Tony Cozier

Fourth One-Day International

West Indies v South Africa, 2000-01

2002: At St George's, May 6

Tony Cozier

Third One-Day International

West Indies v South Africa, 2000-01

2002: At St George's, May 5

Tony Cozier

Second One-Day International

West Indies v South Africa, 2000-01

2002: At St John's, May 2

Tony Cozier

First One-Day International

West Indies v South Africa, 2000-01

2002: At Kingston, April 28

Tony Cozier

One-Day carnival

May 17, 2001: Under normal circumstances, it would have been marked down as a meaningless victory at the end of a series already decided

Haydn Gill

West Indies end one-day series with six-wicket win

May 16, 2001: West Indies win the seventh and final one-day international by six wickets, but South Africa still take the series 5-2

Marcus Prior

All pain, no gain

May 13, 2001: When will it end

Haydn Gill

South Africa shrug off drug scandal to win sixth one-dayer by 53 runs

May 12, 2001: South Africa's cricketers put the controversy of the past 24 hours behind them with a courageous 53-run win in the sixth one-day international at the Queen's Park Oval, dismissing the home side for 137 after they themselves were bundled out for 190

Marcus Prior

South Africa thrashed West Indies

May 10, 2001: About 12 000 hometown fans cheered, whistled and waved flags supporting the West Indies, but it was not enough to prevent South Africa from wrapping up the Cable & Wireless One-Day International cricket series yesterday at Kensington Oval

Mike King

All over for West Indies

May 10, 2001: Different day, same story

Haydn Gill

South Africa clinch one-day series on back of Gibbs' brilliance

May 9, 2001: A quite magnificent fifth one-day international century from Herschelle Gibbs lead South Africa to a crushing seven-wicket win over a sloppy West Indian side in the fifth one-day international at the Kensington Oval on Wednesday

Marcus Prior

We have had two poor days: Hooper

May 7, 2001: A little old lady last night suggested that Cable & Wireless extend its offer of voluntary severance packages beyond its employees

Haydn Gill

Eight wicket win gives South Africa 3-1 lead in one-day series

May 6, 2001: South Africa drew maximum reward from a hard weekend of cricket as they beat the West Indies by eight wickets in the fourth one-day international at Queen's Park stadium on Sunday and took a healthy 3-1 lead in the seven-match series

Marcus Prior

Kallis century sets up crushing South African victory over West Indies in third ODI

May 5, 2001: A tenacious and unrelenting effort in the field ensured South Africa capitalised on Jacques Kallis' seventh limited overs century as they beat the West Indies by 132 runs in the third one-day international on Saturday

Marcus Prior

South Africa level series at 1-1

May 3, 2001: The high-quality fielding and the controlled bowling the West Indies exhibited at Sabina Park last weekend were nowhere to be seen at the Antigua Recreation Ground here yesterday

Gibbs century lifts South Africa to eight-wicket win in Antigua ODI

May 2, 2001: A South African record second wicket stand of 179 between Herschelle Gibbs and Jacques Kallis proved the undoing of the West Indies as South Africa won the second one-day international by eight wickets at the Antigua Recreation Ground and levelled

Marcus Prior

West Indies win at wire

Apr 29, 2001: One moment the tension was almost unbearable

Haydn Gill
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Series Results
West Indies v South Africa at Kingstown - May 16, 2001
West Indies won by 6 wickets (with 34 balls remaining)
West Indies v South Africa at Port of Spain - May 12, 2001
South Africa won by 53 runs
West Indies v South Africa at Bridgetown - May 9, 2001
South Africa won by 7 wickets (with 50 balls remaining)
West Indies v South Africa at St George's - May 6, 2001
South Africa won by 8 wickets (with 23 balls remaining)
West Indies v South Africa at St George's - May 5, 2001
South Africa won by 132 runs
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