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Waugh gets a last-ball hundred

Sep 6, 2009: Against the old enemy, the old buzzard times it to a nicety

Sambit Bal

Fifth Test Match

Australia v England

2004: At Sydney, January 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 2003

Christian Ryan

Fourth Test Match

Australia v England

2004: At Melbourne, December 26, 27, 28, 29, 30, 2002

Steven Lynch

Third Test Match

Australia v England

2004: At Perth, November 29, 30, December 1, 2002

Vic Marks

Second Test Match

Australia v England

2004: At Adelaide, November 21, 22, 23, 24, 2002

John Etheridge

First Test Match

Australia v England

2004: At Brisbane, November 7, 8, 9, 10, 2002

Trevor Marshallsea

Ruthless Australia storm to Ashes

England in Australia 2002-03

2004: A review of England's tour to Australia 2002-03.

Review by Scyld Berry

England recovers from poor opening

Jan 25, 2003: England has recovered from a dreadful start to its run chase in the second tri-series one-day cricket final against Australia at the MCG

Australia eye up quick finish in Melbourne

Jan 24, 2003: Australia will be hoping that the psychological advantage gained by their crushing victory in the first VB series final will enable them to finish the job at the earliest opportunity at the MCG tomorrow.

Stephen Lamb

Skipper Ponting hails 'amazing' victory

Jan 23, 2003: Australia's one-day captain Ricky Ponting says his team's confidence can only have been boosted by their stunning 10-wicket win over England in the first VB series final at the SCG

CricInfo

Australia simply too good in every department

Jan 23, 2003: The chasm in class that exists between England and Australia was laid bare before a rapturous full house in the first final of the VB series in Sydney

Stephen Lamb

Australia's bowlers simply too good

Jan 23, 2003: England were torn apart by Australia's excellent bowlers in the first final of the VB series in Sydney

Stephen Lamb

England routed for 117

Jan 23, 2003: SYDNEY, Jan 23 AAP - Australia's blond bombers sent England to an inglorious total of 117 in the first tri series final at the Sydney Cricket Ground today

Michael Donaldson

England aim for twelfth time lucky in Sydney

Jan 22, 2003: England's comprehensive victory in their last encounter with Australia at the SCG - in the final Test of the Ashes series two and a half weeks ago - gives them their best cause for optimism when the two sides meet again there in the first of the

Stephen Lamb

Caddick to decide on future later this year

Jan 21, 2003: Andrew Caddick believes he will probably reach the end of the international road after he turns 35 next summer.

Stephen Lamb

Warne's availability and VB Series finals team to be determined in Sydney tomorrow

Jan 21, 2003: Australian leg-spinner Shane Warne underwent a medical review in Melbourne today to assess the strength of his right shoulder, ahead of the Australian team's VB Series finals campaign

ACB Media Release

Warne decision to be made tomorrow

Jan 21, 2003: MELBOURNE, Jan 21 AAP - Shane Warne will find out tomorrow whether he will be rushed into the Australian squad for the one-day tri-series finals against England starting in Sydney on Thursday

Guy Hand

Anderson's effort hailed by Hussain

Jan 19, 2003: England captain Nasser Hussain was thrilled with the performance of young fast bowler James Anderson's performance in the extreme heat of the Adelaide Oval.

CricInfo

England through to finals despite Adelaide defeat

Jan 19, 2003: England are through to the finals of the VB Series after securing the bonus point they needed against Australia at Adelaide

Stephen Lamb

Four-year losing streak long enough for England

Jan 18, 2003: Four years ago yesterday, England beat Australia in a one-day international, with Graeme Hick hitting a hundred at the SCG

Stephen Lamb
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Tour Results
Australia v England at Melbourne - Jan 25, 2003
Australia won by 5 runs
Australia v England at Sydney - Jan 23, 2003
Australia won by 10 wickets (with 226 balls remaining)
Australia v England at Adelaide - Jan 19, 2003
Australia won by 4 wickets (with 15 balls remaining)
England v Sri Lanka at Adelaide - Jan 17, 2003
England won by 19 runs
England v Sri Lanka at Sydney - Jan 13, 2003
Sri Lanka won by 31 runs
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