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Fifth One-Day International

South Africa v Sri Lanka

2004: At Bloemfontein, December 6, 2002 (day/night)

Fourth One-Day International

South Africa v Sri Lanka

2004: At Kimberley, December 4, 2002 (day/night)

Third One-Day International

South Africa v Sri Lanka

2004: At Benoni, December 1, 2002

Second One-Day International

South Africa v Sri Lanka

2004: At Centurion, November 29, 2002

First One-Day International

South Africa v Sri Lanka

2004: At Johannesburg, November 27, 2002

Second Test Match

South Africa v Sri Lanka

2004: At Centurion, November 15, 16, 17, 18, 19, 2002

First Test Match

South Africa v Sri Lanka

2004: At Johannesburg, November 8, 9, 10, 2002

The Sri Lankans in South Africa, 2002-03

2004: Sri Lanka's two previous Test tours of South Africa had brought four defeats and a draw

Charlie Austin

South Africa can win the World Cup, says Whatmore

Dec 6, 2002: Sri Lanka coach Dav Whatmore believes that South Africa have a good chance of winning the World Cup next year

Charlie Austin

South Africa supremacy continues at Goodyear Park

Dec 6, 2002: South Africa's supremacy in this one-day series continued at Goodyear Park on Friday night as they completed a comfortable six wicket against Sri Lanka in the final One-Day International

Charlie Austin

Hours of work ahead for Dav Whatmore

Dec 6, 2002: Sri Lanka's performance against South Africa in a vital clash that decided the series should certainly have their coach worried

Pat Symcox

Jayasuriya left furious with television decision

Dec 4, 2002: Sri Lankan captain Sanath Jayasuriya was left seething on Wednesday night after his side's eight-wicket defeat against South Africa, complaining that the controversial dismissal of opener Marvan Atapattu had turned the game

Charlie Austin

South Africa wrap up series with emphatic victory

Dec 4, 2002: Herschelle Gibbs scored an unbeaten century as South Africa crushed Sri Lanka by eight wickets to take an unassailable 3-1 lead in this five-match series at the De Beers Diamond Oval on Wednesday

Charlie Austin

Robin Peterson included in squad for last two Sri Lanka matches.

Dec 2, 2002: The National Cricket selection committee has named the following squad for the 4th and 5th Standard Bank One Day Internationals again Sri Lanka at the De Beers Diamond Oval on Wednesday 4th December and Goodyear Park in Bloemfontein on Friday 6th

UCBSA Press Release

Sri Lankan win breaths new life into series

Dec 2, 2002: On a day when the fortunes of both teams fluctuated so dramatically that one never knew who had the upper hand from one bowling spell to the next, Sri Lanka came to the World Cup in a big way

Pat Symcox

Atapattu stars as Sri Lanka strike back at Benoni

Dec 1, 2002: Opener Marvan Atapattu scored his seventh one-day century as Sri Lanka kept their hopes alive in this five-match series with a seven-wicket victory against South Africa at Benoni on Sunday

Charlie Austin

World cricket needs a competitive Sri Lankan team

Nov 30, 2002: The Sri Lankans ran into rampant South African lineup that had all the aces right from the outset

Pat Symcox

Jayasuriya labels performance "unacceptable"

Nov 29, 2002: A despondent skipper Sanath Jayasuriya labeled his team's performance as "unacceptable" as Sri Lanka slumped to a humiliating 177 run defeat against South Africa at SuperSport Park on Friday night

Charlie Austin

Rampant South Africa overwhelm Sri Lanka at Centurion

Nov 29, 2002: South Africa's pre-World Cup form continues to snowball as they overwhelmed Sri Lanka at SuperSport Park on Friday night to take a two-nil lead in the five-match series

Charlie Austin

Whatmore expects Sri Lanka to fight back at Centurion

Nov 28, 2002: Sri Lanka coach Dav Whatmore believes that his side can bounce back in thesecond one-day international at Centurion on Friday

Charlie Austin
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Tour Results
Australia v Sri Lanka at Port Elizabeth - Mar 18, 2003
Australia won by 48 runs (D/L method)
Sri Lanka v Zimbabwe at East London - Mar 15, 2003
Sri Lanka won by 74 runs
India v Sri Lanka at Johannesburg - Mar 10, 2003
India won by 183 runs
Australia v Sri Lanka at Centurion - Mar 7, 2003
Australia won by 96 runs
South Africa v Sri Lanka at Durban - Mar 3, 2003
Match tied (D/L method)
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