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Third Test

Sri Lanka v West Indies

2003: At Sinhalese Sports Club, Colombo, November 29, 30, December 1, 2, 3

Second Test

Sri Lanka v West Indies

2003: At Kandy, November 21, 22, 23, 24, 25

First Test

Sri Lanka v West Indies

2003: At Galle, November 13, 14, 15, 16, 17

The West Indians in Sri Lanka, 2001-02

2003: Sri Lanka completed their first clean sweep of a three-Test series after 20 years of trying, but for West Indies the result was dismally familiar

Tony Cozier

Sarwan ready to step up to the challenge

Dec 27, 2001: Were it not for Brian Lara, this little Guyanese would have made all the headlines even though the West Indies lost another overseas tour in Sri Lanka

Barry Alleyne

Call for express pace

Dec 25, 2001: West Indies coach Roger Harper has a need a need for speed

Barry Alleyne

Rough ride for Collins and Hinds

Dec 24, 2001: Tough, real tough

Barry Alleyne

`Don't expect victory'

Dec 24, 2001: Brian Lara has always been a realist in the face of defeat

Barry Alleyne

Lara says he will be back soon

Dec 23, 2001: He said it in a very soft tone, but the serious look on the face of Brian Charles Lara confirmed his intent

Barry Alleyne

Sparks at tunnel's end

Dec 23, 2001: There really isn't a lot more than can be said about the West Indies' tour of Sri Lanka that hasn't been said already

Tony Cozier

Match Referee Praises BCCSL's tour arrangements for

Dec 22, 2001: The ICC Match Referee for the Sri Lanka-West Indies Test series, Mr

BCCSL

Blame the selectors - Fanfare

Dec 15, 2001: Wavell Hinds, Leon Garrick, Dinanath Ramnarine and Reon King were all hit by the injury bug with varying results during the present West Indies cricket tour of Sri Lanka

Sherrylyn Clarke

West Indies select teenage fast bowler for day-night clash

Dec 10, 2001: Teenage fast bowler Jermaine Lawson will make his international debut on Tuesday as West Indies try to break their losing run when they take on SriLanka in the third match of the LG Abans triangular series.

Charlie Austin

West Indies name replacements for Sri Lanka

Dec 8, 2001: The West Indies selectors have announced the names of the two replacements for the injured Leon Garrick and Dinanath Ramnarine

Derrick Nicholas

West Indies send Dillon home from Sri Lanka

Dec 7, 2001: Less than 24 hours before the start of the triangular one-day international series involving West Indies, Zimbabwe and host Sri Lanka, it has been confirmed that the West Indian fast bowler, Mervyn Dillon has been sent packing from Sri Lanka.

Derrick Nicholas

The Garrick affair

Dec 6, 2001: The first inkling manager Ricky Skerritt had of the latest casualty in the West Indies team was when he saw Leon Garrick asleep in someone else's bed

Tony Cozier

Brian Lara calls for fundamental re-think on the game in the Caribbean

Dec 5, 2001: West Indian batting genius Brian Lara has called for a fundamental re-think on the direction and development of the game in the Caribbean following his team's three-nil whitewash in Sri Lanka

Charlie Austin

Two more West Indies players to fly home early

Dec 5, 2001: Two more West Indies players are returning from Sri Lanka to the Caribbean because of ill health

CricInfo

Whatmore believes the best of Chaminda Vaas is still to come

Dec 5, 2001: Chaminda Vaas may have achieved his best bowling figures in his Test career against the West Indies at the SSC grounds on Monday, but coach Dav Whatmore for one believes that we haven't seen the best yet

Saadi Thawfeeq

Carl Hooper hopes young side learn from Sri Lankan disaster

Dec 3, 2001: Captain Carl Hooper paid tribute to Sri Lanka after their three-nil drumming and hoped that his inexperienced side would learn from the humbling experience

Charlie Austin
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Tour Results
Sri Lanka v West Indies at Colombo (RPS) - Dec 19, 2001
Sri Lanka won by 34 runs (D/L method)
West Indies v Zimbabwe at Kandy - Dec 16, 2001
West Indies won by 8 wickets (with 96 balls remaining)
Sri Lanka v West Indies at Kandy - Dec 15, 2001
Sri Lanka won by 8 wickets (with 41 balls remaining)
Sri Lanka v West Indies at Colombo (RPS) - Dec 11, 2001
West Indies won by 49 runs
West Indies v Zimbabwe at Colombo (SSC) - Dec 9, 2001
Zimbabwe won by 4 wickets (with 11 balls remaining)
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