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Emotional Jayasuriya disappointed by losing finale

Apr 7, 2003: An emotional Sri Lanka skipper Sanath Jayasuriya couldn't hide his disappointment as Sri Lanka lost their last game under his leadership and were knocked out of the Sharjah Cup

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Jayasuriya delighted with emphatic victory

Apr 6, 2003: Sri Lanka skipper Sanath Jayasuriya praised his side after they exacted sweet revenge on the Kenyans for their shock defeat in the World Cup with an emphatic 129-run win on Sunday

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Sri Lanka gain revenge for Kenyan World Cup shock

Apr 6, 2003: Another beautifully-paced century from Kumar Sangakkara - his second in succession, making him the 35th batsman to achieve the feat - inspired Sri Lanka to an emphatic 129-run victory over Kenya at the Sharjah Cricket Stadium

Dileep Premachandran

Pakistan's young guns impress at Sharjah

Apr 6, 2003: Pakistan got off to an emphatic start in the Cherry Blossom Sharjah Cup 2003, and the young brigade certainly had a huge part to play in the magnificent performance

Taha Noor

Jayasuriya confirms resignation after Sharjah

Apr 6, 2003: Sri Lanka skipper Sanath Jayasuriya has confirmed that the ongoing four-nation Sharjah Cup will be his last tournament as captain

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Zimbabwe v Kenya: An assessment

Apr 5, 2003: Article: John Ward on the Kenya v Zimbabwe match at Sharjah, Apr 5, 2003

John Ward

Marillier anchors Zimbabwe for a tense win

Apr 5, 2003: The last time these two sides met, Zimbabwe were humiliated by seven wickets, allowing Kenya a passage to the World Cup semi-final

S Rajesh

Chaminda Vaas forced out of Sharjah Cup

Apr 5, 2003: Sri Lanka's star fast bowler Chaminda Vaas has been forced out of the ongoing Sharjah Cup quadrangular with an injured right ankle

Charlie Austin

Latif hails his youngsters after second win

Apr 4, 2003: Reaction: Pak v Sri Lanka, Cherry Blossom Cup in Sharjah

CricInfo

Pakistan complete tense seven-wicket win against Sri Lanka

Apr 4, 2003: Pakistan's batsmen had put in a scratchy display in the Sharjah Cup opener, but today they got their act together, chasing down a target of 224 to register their second win in consecutive days

S Rajesh

Sharjah: Zimbabwe v Pakistan - Assesment

Apr 4, 2003: For Zimbabwe in the first post-Andy Flower era, the big match is Kenya

John Ward

Razzaq flurry sinks Zimbabwe

Apr 3, 2003: Pakistan's new-look side - with just four names in common with the team which played their last World Cup match - made an impressive start to their Sharjah Cup campaign, thrashing Zimbabwe by 68 runs

S Rajesh

Sri Lanka hit by fast bowling injury crisis

Apr 3, 2003: World Cup star Chaminda Vaas will miss Sri Lanka's crucial first Sharjah Cup match against Pakistan on Friday

Charlie Austin

Back on the road

Apr 2, 2003: Match Preview: Sharjah Cup 2002-03: Back on the road, Wisden Staff

Wisden staff

Woolmer turns down Sri Lanka job

Apr 2, 2003: Instead, the former coach of South Africa and Warwickshire will continue his consultancy role for the International Cricket Council (ICC)

CricInfo

Jayawardene promises to bounce back after form slump

Apr 1, 2003: World Cup flop Mahela Jayawardene believes that a break away from the game will help him recharge his batteries and rediscover his batting form

CricInfo

Whatmore's contract will not be renewed

Mar 31, 2003: The Sri Lankan cricket board announced on Monday that coach Dav Whatmore's contract will not be renewed when it expires at the end of May

Charlie Austin

Muralitharan and Sangakkara included in new Sharjah squad

Mar 29, 2003: Star spinner Muttiah Muralitharan and middle order batsman Kumar Sangakkara have been included in an amended squad for the forthcoming quadrangular series at Sharjah

Charlie Austin

Zimbabwe name squad for Sharjah

Mar 28, 2003: The Zimbabwe Cricket team will be playing in the Cherry Blossom Sharjah Cup, in the United Arab Emirate, from the third to the 10th of next month

ZCU Media Release

Quadrangular in Sharjah starting 3 April 2003

Mar 28, 2003: Media Release: PCB on final scedule for Sharjah

Pakistan Cricket Board
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Tournament Results
Pakistan v Zimbabwe at Sharjah - Apr 10, 2003
Pakistan won by 8 wickets (with 88 balls remaining)
Kenya v Pakistan at Sharjah - Apr 8, 2003
Pakistan won by 143 runs
Sri Lanka v Zimbabwe at Sharjah - Apr 7, 2003
Zimbabwe won by 4 wickets (with 8 balls remaining)
Kenya v Sri Lanka at Sharjah - Apr 6, 2003
Sri Lanka won by 129 runs
Kenya v Zimbabwe at Sharjah - Apr 5, 2003
Zimbabwe won by 5 wickets (with 6 balls remaining)
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