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Latif under fire for series defeat

Jun 27, 2003: Less than five days after Pakistan's 1-2 defeat by England in the NatWest Challenge, the voices of dissent have already started against Rashid Latif, the captain, and the entire team management

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Inzamam aims for league cricket

Jun 25, 2003: Inzamam-ul-Haq has announced he wants to play league cricket in England in an attempt to salvage his international career

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'Just bowl, mate': Waqar slams Shoaib

Jun 24, 2003: Waqar Younis, the former Pakistan captain, has publicly criticised Shoaib Akhtar's bowling performances in the NatWest Challenge

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Pakistan fined for slow over-rate

Jun 24, 2003: Rashid Latif, the Pakistan captain, has been fined 20% of his match fee due to Pakistan's slow over-rate in the third one-day international of the NatWest Challenge at Lord's

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English press praise Pakistan performance

Jun 23, 2003: The English press Monday heaped praise on opener Marcus Trescothick but not only felt that he was lucky but also believed Pakistan were terribly unlucky not to win the third and final one-day international at Lord's that would have given them the

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Travel arrangements of Pakistan players

Jun 23, 2003: Three Pakistan players will return home on Thursday morning after completing a 17-day tour of England

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Pakistan team fined for slow over-rate

Jun 23, 2003: Pakistan captain Rashid Latif was fined 20 per cent of his match fee while the rest of the team was fined 10 per cent of their match fee for slow over-rate in the third and final one-day international against England at Lord's

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Rashid 'satisfied' with tour performance

Jun 23, 2003: Despite losing the three-match NatWest Challenge one-day series against England, Rashid Latif, Pakistan's captain, said that he was satisfied with his team's performance

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Rashid Latif satisfied with Pakistan's performance

Jun 23, 2003: Rashid Latif speaks after NatWest Challenge

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Latif: 'Pakistan played better than England'

Jun 23, 2003: England squeaked through to win the NatWest Challenge 2-1 after a nailbiting four-wicket win in the decider, thanks to a magnificent unbeaten 108 from Marcus Trescothick

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Hooray for spring chickens

Jun 22, 2003: So, England have won the inaugural NatWest Challenge, and today's decider at Lord's was a fitting finale to an uplifting trio of matches

The Wisden Verdict by Freddie Auld

Trescothick guides England to magnificent victory

Jun 22, 2003: Marcus Trescothick completed a memorable weekend with a magnificent unbeaten 108, and Chris Read chipped in with a resourceful and impish 25, as England recovered from a seemingly hopeless position to win the deciding match of the NatWest Challenge

The Wisden Bulletin by Andrew Miller

Pakistan President: 'I am glad that this team has one captain who calls the shots'

Jun 21, 2003: Press Release: Pakistan President's visit to team at the Oval

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Super Jimmy

Jun 20, 2003: James Anderson's 4 for 29 against Pakistan under the Cape Town lights in the World Cup was the performance of a lifetime ..

Freddie Auld

Twenty20 reasons to be cheerful

Jun 20, 2003: Marcus Trescothick: a very un-English innings The man at the ECB who thought up the Twenty20 Cup can give himself a pat on the back of his blazer today

The Wisden Verdict by Steven Lynch

Anderson and Trescothick batter Pakistan to defeat

Jun 20, 2003: James Anderson: a wicket with his first ball, and then wrapped things up with a hat-trick Experience is the key, so the sages say, if England's young side are to compete with the best by the 2007 World Cup

The Wisden Bulletin by Andrew Miller

Speed warning over crowd invasions

Jun 20, 2003: Malcolm Speed, the International Cricket Council (ICC)'s chief executive, has urged English cricket authorities to ensure that there are no security lapses when England take on Pakistan in the second one-day game at The Oval

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Lancashire to launch inquiry into pitch invasion

Jun 19, 2003: Lancashire are to hold a private inquiry following the pitch invasion that marred Pakistan's thrilling two-wicket victory over England at Old Trafford on Tuesday night

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England look for NatWest equaliser at The Oval

Jun 19, 2003: Plans have been announced to enhance security at The Oval ahead of Friday's second one-day international between England and Pakistan in order to prevent a repeat of the scenes at Old Trafford, where hundreds of spectators stormed onto the outfield

Ralph Dellor

Pakistan's young guns do their stuff

Jun 18, 2003: The first NatWest Challenge match at Old Trafford went right down to the wire, but Pakistan just came out on top after quite a scare

The Pakistan Verdict by Taha Noor
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