Jun 30, 2002: Sourav Ganguly praised his young Indian side after their victory over Sri Lanka at The AMP Oval which took them to the top of the table in the Nat West triangular series with two wins out of two
Jun 30, 2002: India completed their second victory in two days to go top of the table in the NatWest triangular series, beating Sri Lanka by five wickets with four overs to spare at the AMP Oval
Jun 29, 2002: England captain Nasser Hussain admitted he was disappointed with England's finishing after the six-wicket defeat by India in the NatWest Series
Jun 29, 2002: India have beaten England by six wickets with seven balls to spare in the second match of the NatWest triangular series at Lord's
Jun 28, 2002: The England and Sri Lanka camps alike were awestruck with Andrew Flintoff's contribution to England's victory over Sri Lanka in last night's NatWest Series opener at Trent Bridge
Jun 27, 2002: England pulled off a convincing win over Sri Lanka in the NatWest Series opener at Trent Bridge
Jun 27, 2002: Darren Gough is aiming to be fit for England's third NatWest Series one-dayinternational against Sri Lanka at Headingley
Jun 27, 2002: The England batsman Mark Butcher has been fined £1,000 plus £500 costs at adisciplinary hearing at Lord's, for claiming that the Sri Lanka seam bowler Ruchira Perera
Jun 27, 2002: A meeting of the Disciplinary Panel of the ECB was held this morning to consider an article appearing under the name of Mark Butcher in the CroydonAdvertiser on 24 May 2002
Jun 27, 2002: The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) today confirmed that a 26-year-oldmale who came on to the playing area at Old Trafford during the final npowerTest Match against Sri Lanka appeared before Trafford magistrates on 18 Juneand pleaded guilty to
Jun 27, 2002: A key phase in England's build-up to the World Cup begins in Nottingham this afternoon, as the meet Sri Lanka in a day-night match at Trent Bridge, the first of ten games in the NatWest triangular series which also involves India.
Jun 25, 2002: A further recurrence of Darren Gough's knee injury has made him doubtful for the NatWest triangular one-day series against India and Sri Lanka.
Jun 24, 2002: Sri Lanka all-rounder Thilan Samaraweera has been sent as a replacement for the forthcoming NatWest triangular series after Muttiah Muralitharan was forced to withdraw from the tournament to protect his shoulder.
Jun 23, 2002: It was fitting that Somerset was chosen to host Sri Lanka's first warm-up match prior to the upcoming one-day tournament between England, Sri Lanka and India
Jun 21, 2002: Somerset crowned a glorious six days of limited over cricket when they beat Sri Lanka by 63 runs at the County Ground in Taunton today, to record their third one day win in succession
Jun 21, 2002: Muttiah Muralitharan has pulled out of the Sri Lankan squad that will take part in the forthcoming NatWest Series of one-day internationals against England and India starting on June 27th at Trent Bridge
Jun 20, 2002: Marvan Atapattu chance's of playing a part in the forthcoming NatWest triangular series have been boosted by the news that his finger injury is not as bad as expected
Jun 20, 2002: Sri Lanka returned to form with an emphatic victory over West Indies A at Hove as they prepare for the start of the one-day series
Jun 20, 2002: Following their convincing win over Hampshire yesterday, Somerset look forward to another big match tomorrow when they entertain Sri Lanka at the County Ground in the Patron's Salver Challenge match
Jun 18, 2002: The England and Somerset pace bowler Andrew Caddick was today ruled out of the NatWest Series which starts next week with a side injury