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The West Indians in Zimbabwe and South Africa, 2003-04

2005: A review of the West Indians in Zimbabwe and South Africa, 2003-04

Tony Cozier and John Ward

Zimbabwe v West Indies, 5th ODI, Harare

Gayle blows Zimbabwe away as Windies take the series

Nov 30, 2003: West Indies clinched the five-match one-day series 3-2 after a convincing win in the final match of the series, at Harare

John Ward in Harare

Zimbabwe v West Indies, 4th ODI, Harare

Dream debut by Edwards helps West Indies level series

Nov 29, 2003: Six wickets on his one-day debut by Fidel Edwards, along with a century by Wavell Hinds, helped West Indies to a comfortable 72-run win against Zimbabwe in the 4th one-dayer at Harare.

The Wisden Bulletin by John Ward

West Indies in Zimbabwe 2003-04

Rogers replaces Gripper for 4th ODI

Nov 28, 2003: Zimbabwe have called up Barney Rogers in place of Trevor Gripper for their fourth one-day international against West Indies at Harare on Saturday

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Zimbabwe v West Indies, 3rd ODI, Harare

Streak inspires Zimbabwe to 21-run win

Nov 26, 2003: Zimbabawe went 2-1 up in the series with a 21-run victory against West Indies at Harare with Heath Streak again at the fore

The Wisden Bulletin by John Ward

Zimbabwe v West Indies, 2nd ODI, Bulawayo

Vermeulen takes Zimbabwe to victory

Nov 23, 2003: Mark Vermeulen scored 66 not out to help Zimbabwe to a six-wicket win against West Indies in the 2nd ODI at Bulawayo

The Wisden Bulletin by John Ward

Zimbabwe v West Indies, 1st ODI, Bulawayo

Lara shines before the rain has its say

Nov 22, 2003: Chris Gayle and Brian Lara blazed their way to a century each and helped West Indies to a 51-run win againt Zimbabwe in a rain-affected match

The Wisden Bulletin by John Ward

The Numbers Game

The real McGrath, and India on the chase

Nov 21, 2003: S Rajesh examines the two bowling stars from the TVS Cup, Lara's awesome run-spree over the last two years and India's not-so-bad record when batting second in ODIs

S Rajesh

Zimbabwe A v West Indies

West Indies cruise home by seven wickets

Nov 19, 2003: West Indies enjoyed a gentle warm-up match in preparation for the five-match ODI series, beating a rather disappointing Zimbabwe A side at Kwekwe Sports Club in the Midlands by seven wickets

John Ward

Zimbabwe v West Indies, 2nd Test, Bulawayo, 5th day

West Indies seal series with 128-run win

Nov 16, 2003: It took just 40 minutes on the final morning for West Indies to take the final Zimbabwean wicket and seal, by 128 runs, a win

The Wisden Bulletin by John Ward

Zimbabwe v West Indies, 2nd Test, Bulawayo, 4th day

Zimbabwe capitulate after doing the hard work

Nov 15, 2003: West Indies require only one more wicket to beat Zimbabwe after an astonishing day at Bulawayo in which 18 wickets fell

The Wisden Bulletin by John Ward

Zimbabwe v West Indies, 2nd Test, Bulawayo, 3rd day

Vermeulen keeps Zimbabwe in the hunt

Nov 14, 2003: Mark Vermeulen scored his maiden Test century to help Zimbabwe to 377 on the third day against West Indies, who ended on 13 for 1, with a lead of 117

The Wisden Bulletin by John Ward at Bulawayo

Zimbabwe v West Indies, 2nd Test, Bulawayo, November 12 - 16, 2003

Nov 13, 2003: Zimbabwe v West Indies, 2nd Test, Harare, November 12 - 16, 2003

Zimbabwe v West Indies, 2nd Test, Bulawayo, 2nd day

Lara stars but Zimbabwe refuse to roll over

Nov 13, 2003: After Brian Lara put West Indies into a dominating position with a breathtaking 191, Zimbabwe recovered from a poor start to reach 173 for 3 at the close of the second day

The Wisden Bulletin by John Ward at Bulawayo

Zimbabwe v West Indies, 2nd Test, Bulawayo, 1st day

Lara and Hinds give West Indies the upper hand

Nov 11, 2003: A dazzling innings from Brian Lara put the Zimbabwe bowling to the sword andestablished West Indies' dominance on the shortened first day of the second Test of this short series, at Queen's Sports Club in Bulawayo

The Wisden Bulletin by John Ward at Bulawayo

Zimbabwe v West Indies, 1st Test, Harare

'We've had enough of being called minnows'

Nov 9, 2003: Ridley Jacobs, who did much to save West Indies' bacon in the epic first Test at Harare, spoke out after the match about his relief at being able to stave off defeat

Wisden Cricinfo staff

Zimbabwe v West Indies, 1st Test, Harare, 5th day

Jacobs denies brave Zimbabwe

Nov 8, 2003: Zimbabwe were denied a rare Test victory as the last-wicket pair of Ridley Jacobs and Fidel Edwards successfully played out the last 32 minutes and 71 deliveries to secure a thrilling draw at Harare

The Wisden Bulletin by John Ward

Zimbabwe v West Indies, 1st Test, Harare, 4th day

Rain on Zimbabwe's parade

Nov 7, 2003: Zimbabwe took their overall lead to 266 by the close of a rain-shortened fourth day of the first Test at Harare, after bowling West Indies out for 335, a first-innings lead of 172

The Wisden Bulletin by John Ward

Zimbabwe v West Indies, 1st Test, Harare, 3rd Day

Roller mania

Nov 6, 2003: The first Test between Zimbabwe and West Indies at Harare Sports Club almost came to an untimely ending before the start of the third day's play, thanks to a freakish incident that seriously damaged the pitch

John Ward at the Harare Sports Club

Zimbabwe v West Indies, 1st Test, Harare, 3rd Day

Roller mania

Nov 6, 2003: The first Test between Zimbabwe and West Indies at Harare Sports Club almost came to an untimely ending before the start of the third day's play, thanks to a freakish incident that seriously damaged the pitch

John Ward at the Harare Sports Club
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Tour Results
Zimbabwe v West Indies at Harare - Nov 30, 2003
West Indies won by 8 wickets (with 146 balls remaining)
Zimbabwe v West Indies at Harare - Nov 29, 2003
West Indies won by 72 runs (D/L method)
Zimbabwe v West Indies at Harare - Nov 26, 2003
Zimbabwe won by 21 runs
Zimbabwe v West Indies at Bulawayo - Nov 23, 2003
Zimbabwe won by 6 wickets (with 122 balls remaining)
Zimbabwe v West Indies at Bulawayo - Nov 22, 2003
West Indies won by 51 runs (D/L method)
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