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The Australians in the West Indies, 2002-03

Jan 1, 2004:

Andrew Ramsey

West Indies v Australia, First Test Match


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Cricketers fear career burnout

Jun 5, 2003: Australian one-day cricket captain Ricky Ponting says most of his team-mates fear having their careers cut short because of gruelling schedules


Ponting: one-day series was too long

Jun 3, 2003: It was a fairly predictable excuse for Australia's capitulation in the final three matches of their Caribbean tour, but it was no less valid for that: Ricky Ponting has argued that their recent seven-match one-day series against West Indies lacked

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'I feel like I'm 20': Steve Waugh

Jun 3, 2003: So when is Steve Waugh retiring

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Hinds and Lara seal nine-wicket win

Jun 1, 2003: Wavell Hinds scored a magnificent 103 not out, his second century in three days, and Chris Gayle emulated Viv Richards's feat at Dunedin in 1986-87, with five wickets and a half-century in the same match, as West Indies cruised to a nine-wicket

Andrew Miller

Australia in `fool's paradise': Malcolm Gray

May 31, 2003: Australia's total domination of world cricket is endangering the sport, according to Malcolm Gray, the outgoing chairman of the International Cricket Council (ICC).

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Hinds leads Windies to glory

May 29, 2003: When Australia's unprecedented run of 21 consecutive victories finally came to an end at Port-of-Spain last week, Ricky Ponting had described the result as a wake-up call for his side

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Australian players robbed at Trinidad airport

May 29, 2003: The Australian cricket team has called for a thorough police investigation after being robbed of their cricketing gear at Trinidad airport

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Australia's winning streak comes to an end

May 25, 2003: Australia's 21-match unbeaten run has come to an end, the very day after they took an unassailable 4-0 lead in the seven-match series

Andrew Miller

Gilchrist and Clarke guide Australia to series win

May 24, 2003: The beginning of the end: Ian Harvey traps Chris Gayle lbw for 84 The Australian juggernaut rumbled on with a convincing 67-run victory over West Indies in the first of the weekend's double-header in Trinidad

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Easy for Australia as victory secures the series

May 24, 2003: The Australian juggernaut rumbled on with a convincing 67-run victory over West Indies in the first of ther weekend's double-header in Trinidad

Freddie Auld

Gray concerned about Australian behaviour

May 21, 2003: Malcolm Gray, president of the International Cricket Council (ICC), has expressed concern at the increasingly aggressive on-field behaviour of the Australian players, and stated that the ICC would scrutinise the incidents that took place during

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Speed: Umpires should have disciplined McGrath and Sarwan

May 21, 2003: Malcolm Speed, chief executive of the International Cricket Council (ICC), has stated that the umpires were wrong in failing to lay disciplinary charges following the controversial clash between Glenn McGrath and Ramnaresh Sarwan on the fourth day of

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Symonds and Clarke in charge as Aussies go three up

May 21, 2003: It was an unfamiliar-looking Australian side - no Adam Gilchrist, no Darren Lehmann, no Brett Lee (so no Lee in the Leeward Islands) - but by the end of this match, at the beautiful Beausejour Stadium in St Lucia, the tale was rather more familiar

Steven Lynch

West Indies name 12 for third ODI

May 21, 2003: The West Indies Cricket Board announced on Tuesday that the Selection Committee has named 12 players from which the final 11 will be picked for the third Cable & Wireless One-Day International against Australia at Beausejour Stadium on Wednesday

WICB press release

Lawson to miss remainder of one-day series

May 19, 2003: West Indies fast bowler Jermaine Lawson will miss the remainder of the one-day series against Australia because of a back injury

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Fatigue catches up with Steve Waugh's Australians

May 19, 2003: The West Indies may have had the last laugh but Australia won the war and ultimately that is all that matters

David Wiseman

McGrath guides clinical Australia to 2-0 series lead

May 18, 2003: West Indies might have disrupted the world order with their sensational win in Antigua less than a week ago, but Australia showed why they remain top of the pile in both Test and one-day cricket with a clinical performance to win the second ODI at

Martin Williamson

Walk good in Kingston

May 17, 2003: Upon arrival at Kingston's Manley airport, visitors are given a taste of things to come

Roving Reporter - Christine Davey
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