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Standard Bank Triangular Series Final

South Africa v India

2003: At Durban, October 26 (day/night)

Standard Bank Triangular Series, match 9

India v Kenya

2003: At Paarl, October 24 (day/night)

Standard Bank Triangular Series, match 8

South Africa v Kenya

2003: At Cape Town, October 22 (day/night)

Standard Bank Triangular Series, match 7

South Africa v India

2003: At East London, October 19 (day/night)

Standard Bank Triangular Series, match 6

India v Kenya

2003: At Port Elizabeth, October 17 (day/night)

Standard Bank Triangular Series, match 5

South Africa v Kenya

2003: At Kimberley, October 14

Standard Bank Triangular Series, match 4

India v Kenya

2003: At Bloemfontein, October 12 (day/night)

Standard Bank Triangular Series, match 3

South Africa v India

2003: At Centurion, October 10 (day/night)

Standard Bank Triangular Series, match 2

South Africa v Kenya

2003: At Benoni, October 7

Standard Bank Triangular Series, match 1

South Africa v India

2003: At Johannesburg, October 5 (day/night)

Standard Bank Triangular Series

2003: The heavyweight showdown between India and South Africa was billed as the main attraction, with Kenya's games tucked away on the undercard, and a South Africa-India final was widely advertised before the end of the qualifying stage

Colin Bryden

Nail the real culprits

Oct 29, 2001: Every time India loses a one-day final, the whole country tears the team to pieces, and theories are floated as to why our cricketers choke at the most important hour

V Ramnarayan

Restrain the urges to hurl brickbats

Oct 29, 2001: The figure 183 is very famous in Indian cricket; it is a number that makes the eyes of cricket fans sparkle and sends tingles down their spines, more than 18 years after it was notched up to become part and parcel of Indian cricket's greatest

Partab Ramchand

The Indian failure at the final hurdle

Oct 28, 2001: The Indian innings at Kingsmead resembled a pre-climax scene from a bad B-movie, where the villain has a noose around the neck of the heroine standing on an ice block

Woorkheri Raman

Indians had no stomach for a fight

Oct 28, 2001: Another abject surrender by India saw them slump to their ninth consecutive one-day final loss at Kingsmead, Durban, on Friday

Krishnamachari Srikkanth

Sehwag looks impressive

Oct 27, 2001: I was expecting a closely contested final at Durban on Friday but even as the Indian innings drew to a sorry close, I knew that my hopes were going to be dashed

Erapalli Prasanna

You got to work and got to improve even at 34: Kirsten

Oct 27, 2001: Gary Kirsten, with 373 runs from five innings at a staggering average of over 100, was the obvious man-of-the-series in the Standard Bank triangular series which ended here at Kingsmead, Durban, on Friday, with a six-wicket win for the hosts over

Ashish Shukla

South Africa outclass India to take one-day series

Oct 26, 2001: Too slick, too efficient and simply too well organised, South Africa ran away with the Standard Bank One-Day International Series at Kingsmead on Friday with a six-wicket victory that was every bit as comprehensive as the margin suggests

Peter Robinson

Sachin and Sourav hold a masterclass at Paarl

Oct 26, 2001: It was a vintage performance from Sachin Tendulkar and Sourav Ganguly that guided India to an easy win over Kenya in the land of vineyards, Paarl, on Wednesday

Krishnamachari Srikkanth

Wet prospects for Summer Spice final

Oct 26, 2001: The prospects of fitting in 100 overs of cricket at Kingsmead today look bleak, but South African coach Graham Ford said on Thursday that the important thing is that his team is switched on and ready to roll their sleeves up whenever they get on the

Ken Borland
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Tournament Results
South Africa v India at Durban - Oct 26, 2001
South Africa won by 6 wickets (with 47 balls remaining)
India v Kenya at Paarl - Oct 24, 2001
India won by 186 runs
South Africa v Kenya at Cape Town - Oct 22, 2001
South Africa won by 208 runs
South Africa v India at East London - Oct 19, 2001
South Africa won by 46 runs
India v Kenya at Port Elizabeth - Oct 17, 2001
Kenya won by 70 runs
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