South Africa tour of Bangladesh, 2003 /

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Second Test Match

Bangladesh v South Africa

2004:

Brian Murgatroyd

First Test Match

Bangladesh v South Africa

2004:

Brian Murgatroyd

Tour Summary

The South Africans in Bangladesh, 2003

2004: A review of South Africa's tour to Bangladesh, 2003

Brian Murgatroyd

Mahmud fined for criticising umpires

May 19, 2003: Little has gone right for Bangladesh lately, and now their captain, Khaled Mahmud, has been fined for criticising umpires following their innings defeat by South Africa in Dhaka earlier in the month

Wisden CricInfo staff

South Africa secure innings victory over Bangladesh

May 4, 2003: It took South Africa three overs to nab the remaining two Bangladesh wickets, as they romped to an easy win by an innings and 18 runs, thus winning the two-Test series 2-0

The Wisden Bulletin by Raja M

Bangladesh in disarray

May 3, 2003: Bangladesh teetered on the brink of yet another innings defeat, after collapsing in the morning session for 102

The Wisden Bulletin by Raja M

Rafique steals the show

May 2, 2003: Rain washed out the morning session, and the rest of the day was a dampener

Wisden Bulletin by Amit Varma

South Africa wrest control

May 1, 2003: Bangladesh had South Africa on the mat early on, but the absence of another frontline slow bowler to back up Mohammad Rafique - who bowled beautifully to finish with 4 for 59 - cost them dear as South Africa recovered from the worrisome total of 63

Wisden Bulletin by Dileep Premachandran

South Africa turn to spin for second Bangladesh Test

Apr 30, 2003: South Africa go into tomorrow's May Day Test match - time for the hosts to resort to distress signals

Dileep Premachandran

South Africa cruise to victory

Apr 27, 2003: Bangladesh, unused to reaching the fourth day of a Test match, collapsed within an hour to 237 all out, granting South Africa a victory by an innings and 60 runs

Dileep Premachandran

Rudolph double century puts South Africa on course for innings win

Apr 26, 2003: Jacques Rudolph's double-century on debut - and a record-breaking third-wicket stand of 429 with Boeta Dippenaar - may have garnered all the attention worldwide, but there was much to admire about Bangladesh's response

Wisden Bulletin by Dileep Premachandran

Rudolph and Dippenaar make Bangladesh sweat

Apr 25, 2003: Jacques Rudolph and Boeta Dippenaar gave their controversyplagued team a much-needed happiness tonic with a mammoth 323-run stand for the third wicket

Wisden Bulletin by Raja M

Adams five-for puts South Africa on top

Apr 24, 2003: In the end, it was a disappointingly typical first day of a Bangladesh Test match

Wisden Bulletin by Amit Varma

New South Africa caps look forward to Tests

Apr 24, 2003: The new-look South Africa team take another step forward in Chittagong on Thursday when the first Test against Bangladesh gets under way at the MA Aziz Stadium

UCBSA Media Release

Bangladesh hope to be competitive

Apr 23, 2003: Bangladesh go into the first Test against South Africa at the MA Aziz Stadium in Chittagong with the spectre of Dav Whatmore looming large on the near horizon

Wisden Cricinfo staff

South Africa prepare for Bangladesh Tests

Apr 22, 2003: South Africa start their first Test tour of Bangladesh with a 45-minute flight from Dhaka to Chittagong tomorrow

Pat Symcox

South Africa prepare for Bangladesh Test - Pat Symcox

Apr 22, 2003: South Africa start their first Test tour of Bangladesh with a 45-minute flight from Dhaka to Chittagong tomorrow

Pat Symcox

South Africa win warm-up game in Bangladesh

Apr 13, 2003: South Africa got everything they were looking for when they cruised to a comfortable win over a youthful Bangaldesh Board XI at the BKSP ground on the outskirts of Dhaka on 11 April

UCBSA Press Release

Graeme Smith will lead South Africa in warm-up

Apr 11, 2003: Graeme Smith will lead South Africa on to a cricket field for the first time today, however it will not be in an official international

UCBSA Press Release

No Bangladesh tour TV coverage for South Africans

Apr 11, 2003: The South African cricket team's matches in Bangladesh will not be broadcast to fans in South Africa because neither the SABC nor SuperSport was able to reach agreement with the host broadcaster in Bangladesh on the rights for the tour

UCBSA Press Release
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Tour Results
Bangladesh v South Africa at Dhaka - May 1-4, 2003
South Africa won by an innings and 18 runs
Bangladesh v South Africa at Chittagong - Apr 24-27, 2003
South Africa won by an innings and 60 runs
India v South Africa at Dhaka - Apr 21, 2003
No result
India v South Africa at Dhaka - Apr 20, 2003
Match abandoned without a ball bowled
India v South Africa at Dhaka - Apr 18, 2003
South Africa won by 5 wickets (with 8 balls remaining)
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