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Fitzpatrick pace powers Australia to easy victory

Feb 8, 2003: Australia showed all the fire and passion that has made them the powerhouse of women's world cricket by taking out the World Series of Women's Cricket by beating New Zealand by 109 runs at Bert Sutcliffe Oval at New Zealand's High Performance Centre

Lynn McConnell

England Women beat India Women by 90 runs to secure third place

Feb 7, 2003: England women have beaten India women in the Women's Cricket World Series at Lincoln, New Zealand today by 90 runs in the play off for third and fourth place

ECB Media Release

England make it two in a row to take third from India

Feb 7, 2003: England gave themselves a much-needed boost before heading to Australia to participate in the Ashes series when beating India by 90 runs to take third place in the World Series of Women's Cricket at Bert Sutcliffe Oval at Lincoln University today

Lynn McConnell

England beat India by one run in thrilling match

Feb 6, 2003: England women have beaten India women with the last ball of the game at Lincoln Ground, Christchurch today in the final group match of the Women's Cricket World Series, winning the game by one run

ECB Media Release

Clare Taylor looking to make a new life in New Zealand

Feb 6, 2003: England's top One-Day International wicket-taker and appearance maker Clare Taylor says she still has lots to offer, even at the age of 37

Matthew Appleby

England get there at last, by one run over India

Feb 6, 2003: Sky TV and the Waitangi Day crowds missed out on the game of the World Series of Women's Cricket as two top innings, by England's Charlotte Edwards and India's Mithali Raj produced an stunning finish at Lincoln 3

Matthew Appleby

Australia has the Rosebowl, now for the World Series!

Feb 6, 2003: New Zealand might be the defending world champions but the trans-Tasman Rose Bowl is still out of their grasp after their six-wicket loss to Australia today at Bert Sutcliffe Oval at Lincoln University

Lynn McConnell

Australia all class in easy nine-wicket win over India

Feb 4, 2003: Given the cool conditions that blew across Bert Sutcliffe Oval today, and the state of the tournament points table, it wasn't surprising that India barely went through the motions while Australia were hardly required to stretch themselves before

Lynn McConnell

A first trophy for the cabinet - with ducks a plus

Feb 3, 2003: For the first of the warm-up games on this tour England take on an Otago side bolstered by the addition of the two Claire Taylors and Arran Thompson

Claire Taylor's Winter Diary

World Champions beat to quality Drumm to see off England

Feb 3, 2003: England reached their highest batting total of the Women's Cricket World Series in Christchurch, New Zealand today, but it was not enough to halt the progress of the host nation and current World Champions, who ran out seven-wicket winners.

Andrea Wiggins

Lewis relishes return to international cricket

Feb 3, 2003: Maia Lewis is back, and New Zealand women's cricket is all the better for it

Lynn McConnell

Drumm and Lewis complement rookie bowling attack

Feb 3, 2003: New Zealand lengthened a remarkable period of dominance over England when securing a comfortable seven-wicket win in their pool match at the World Series of Women's Cricket at the High Performance Centre at Lincoln University next Christchurch today

Lynn McConnell

Australian women crush England again at Lincoln

Feb 2, 2003: The chances of England's women beating Australia's Southern Stars are, if anything, less than England men's of beating Steve Waugh's Australia

Matthew Appleby

Record performance like watching from outside yourself - Rolls

Feb 2, 2003: A world record for the fastest 50 in One-Day Internationals appears to have been achieved by New Zealand opener and wicket-keeper Rebecca Rolls in the World Series of Women's Cricket match against India at Bert Sutcliffe Oval today

Lynn McConnell

New Zealand has better result from two great batting displays

Feb 2, 2003: Two individual innings by New Zealand's Rebecca Rolls and India's Mithali Raj dominated the World Series of Women's Cricket match won by New Zealand at Bert Sutcliffe Oval by 53 runs today

Lynn McConnell

Fitzpatrick takes 100th wicket as Australia win by 59 runs

Feb 1, 2003: Australia claimed a 59-run win over India as fast bowler Cathryn Fitzpatrick became the first player in women's One-Day Internationals to claim 100 wickets in the match at Lincoln No 3 today

Lynn McConnell

Talented youngsters bat NZ home to four-wicket win

Jan 30, 2003: New Zealand's lower middle-order came through a test of character and application with flying colours today as they helped beat England by four wickets in what turned into a close call at the Lincoln No 3 ground today

Lynn McConnell

Rolton demonstrates the versatility in her batting in seven-wicket win

Jan 29, 2003: World cricket's best women's batsman Karen Rolton gave a demonstration of her ability to temper her play to suit her Australian side's circumstances as they beat England by seven wickets at Bert Sutcliffe Oval in the World Series of Women's Cricket

Lynn McConnell

Payne spearheads 83-run New Zealand win over India

Jan 28, 2003: New Zealand recovered from their disappointing batting performance against Australia on Sunday to give the record books a rewrite in their match with India in the World Series of Women's Cricket at Bert Sutcliffe Oval at Lincoln University today

Lynn McConnell

Novice spinner sets up six wicket win for India

Jan 27, 2003: A record-breaking performance by Indian off-spin bowler Nooshin Al Khadeer propelled her side to a comfortable six-wicket victory over England at Bert Sutcliffe Oval today

Lynn McConnell
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Tournament Results
NZ Women v Aus Women at Lincoln - Feb 8, 2003
Aus Women won by 109 runs
Eng Women v India Women at Lincoln - Feb 7, 2003
Eng Women won by 90 runs
Eng Women v India Women at Lincoln - Feb 6, 2003
Eng Women won by 1 run
NZ Women v Aus Women at Lincoln - Feb 6, 2003
Aus Women won by 6 wickets (with 60 balls remaining)
Aus Women v India Women at Lincoln - Feb 4, 2003
Aus Women won by 9 wickets (with 132 balls remaining)
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