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Harvey's heroics keep Australia's unbeaten run intact

May 17, 2003: A magnificent and typically unorthodox allround performance from Ian Harvey proved too good for a spirited West Indian side, as Australia extended their unbeaten run in one-day internationals to 18 matches in a rain-affected encounter in Kingston

Andrew Miller

Waugh defends Australia's conduct in the Caribbean

May 17, 2003: Steve Waugh has defended his side's behaviour during their Test series in the West Indies after they came in for criticism for their unsporting conduct - and also hinted he's keen on staying the Australian Test captain for a while yet

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Australia eager for revenge as one-day series kicks off

May 16, 2003: After the euphoria of their epic and record-breaking victory in the fourth Test against Australia in Antigua, West Indies must now show some more of the same energy and enterprise in the one-day international series, starting in Jamaica on Saturday,

Freddie Auld

Chanderpaul out of ODI series

May 16, 2003: Shivnarine Chanderpaul, whose brilliant hundred was instrumental in West Indies pulling off an improbable victory in the fourth and final Test against Australia, will miss the one-day series against the world champions and, possibly, the entire

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McGrath admits spat with Sarwan left him feeling 'pretty terrible'

May 15, 2003: Glenn McGrath has admitted that his well-publicised argument with Ramnaresh Sarwan on the fourth day of the Antigua Test left him feeling

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Hayden leapfrogs Ponting in PwC ratings

May 14, 2003: Ricky Ponting may have been named Man of the Series after Tuesday's thrilling fourth Test in Antigua, but his absence from that match has enabled Matthew Hayden to reclaim second place in the PwC batting ratings

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Aussie PM joins the debate as McGrath and Sarwan make up

May 14, 2003: With the heat of the battle over, Glenn McGrath and Ramnaresh Sarwan have kissed and made up after their ugly confrontation in the fourth Test in Antigua

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Jacobs omitted from one-day squad

May 13, 2003: Ridley Jacobs has been omitted from the West Indian one-day squad for the forthcoming seven-match series against Australia, which begins at Sabina Park in Jamaica on Saturday

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Banks and Drakes seal historic three-wicket victory

May 13, 2003: Omari Banks and Vasbert Drakes propelled West Indies to a nerve-wracking three-wicket victory on the final morning in Antigua, as Australia's quest for an unprecedented clean sweep in the Caribbean came unstuck in the most thrilling fashion possible

Andrew Miller

Australia tend to lose composure - Buchanan

May 13, 2003: John Buchanan, the Australian coach, has admitted that his players tend tolose their composure in the heat of battle

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ACB tells Waugh to rein in Australian team

May 13, 2003: The heated altercation between Glenn McGrath and Ramnaresh Sarwan on the fourth day of the Antigua Test has brought forth strong reaction from the Australian Cricket Board (ACB)

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West Indies on verge of history as tempers fray in Antigua

May 12, 2003: This Test match has simmered for days, but in an extraordinary hour after tea, it erupted in a fury

Andrew Miller

Curtly Ambrose - the tallest bass player in the world

May 11, 2003: Imagine you're an international cricketer

Christine Davey in Antigua

Lawson's action reported to ICC

May 11, 2003: An astonishing week of success for Jermaine Lawson may be about to turn sour, after it was confirmed that he is to be reported to the ICC for a suspect bowling action

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West Indies fight back strongly after Hayden's masterclass

May 11, 2003: Matthew Hayden was back to his best with a magnificent 177, as Australia moved ever closer to that elusive clean-sweep in the Caribbean

Andrew Miller

Hayden and Langer put Australia in control

May 10, 2003: Yet another big partnership between Justin Langer and Matthew Hayden put Australia in the driving seat at the end of an absorbing and ill-tempered second day of the fourth Test in Antigua

Freddie Auld

Lawson grabs seven wickets as Windies rock Australians

May 9, 2003: A superb display of sustained fast bowling by Jermaine Lawson put West Indies in control on the first day of the fourth and final Test in Antigua, giving Australia their first taste of old-fashioned Caribbean aggression of the series

Martin Williamson

No easing off for Australia as whitewash beckons

May 8, 2003: These days, Australia break records more often than they break sweat, but the prize for victory in tomorrow's fourth and final Test in Antigua is one of the sweetest on offer

Andrew Miller

Ponting a doubt for fourth Test in Antigua

May 8, 2003: Ricky Ponting could miss the fourth Test between Australia and West Indies in Antigua, starting tomorrow, because of a viral infection

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West Indies name squad for Cable & Wireless One-day International series

May 8, 2003: The West Indies Cricket Board announced on Wednesday that the Selection Committee has named a squad of 15 for the Cable & Wireless One-Day International Series against Australia, starting on May 17 at Sabina Park in Jamaica

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Tour Results
West Indies v Australia at St George's - Jun 1, 2003
West Indies won by 9 wickets (with 39 balls remaining)
West Indies v Australia at St George's - May 30, 2003
West Indies won by 3 wickets (with 8 balls remaining)
West Indies v Australia at Port of Spain - May 25, 2003
West Indies won by 39 runs
West Indies v Australia at Port of Spain - May 24, 2003
Australia won by 67 runs
West Indies v Australia at Gros Islet - May 21, 2003
Australia won by 25 runs
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