West Indies tour of Bangladesh, 2002/03 /

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Lawson: A sign of better things to come

Dec 13, 2002: Jermaine Lawson widely acknowledges a couple of things about his sensational 15-ball burst of six wickets for no run that finished off Bangladesh in the first Test here Tuesday

Tony Cozier

Record haul for Lawson torpedoes Bangladesh

Dec 10, 2002: A remarkable spell of fast bowling from Jermaine Lawson sent Bangladesh hurtling to one of the worst defeats in Test history at Dhaka

Rajesh Kumar

Easy pickings

Dec 9, 2002: DHAKA, Bangladesh - The West Indies did what they had to do with clinical efficiency on the opening day of the first Test here yesterday but, even by the most sympathetic judgement, Bangladesh were hardly first-class, far less Test standard

Tony Cozier

Sarwan makes Bangladesh toil with maiden Test ton

Dec 9, 2002: After today, Ramnaresh Sarwan will be one man who will be rooting for Daren Ganga's inclusion in the West Indies side

Rajesh Kumar

Collins, Hinds put West Indies in command

Dec 8, 2002: If one were to only go by the figures, a match pitting a side that has lost 30 of its last 43 away Tests against a side that has lost 14 of the 15 Tests it has played would have been expected to serve up an engaging contest

Rajesh Kumar

Samuels' incident a 'throw back' to 1999 match

Dec 4, 2002: It was an incident identical to that at Kensington Oval in 1999 that prompted bottle-throwing by the angry crowd and halted play in the One-Day International between the West Indies and Australia

Canny Kapali fails to stave off defeat

Dec 3, 2002: West Indies are on a roll, winning their second ODI series in the space of ten days

Santhosh S

Sarwan, Drakes shine in West Indies victory

Dec 2, 2002: Good things certainly come to those who wait

Santhosh S

Rain saves Bangladesh the blushes

Nov 29, 2002: For the West Indies, the first one-day international at Chittagong was a curious dichotomy of both shabby and scintillating cricket, the division occurring not so much because of the failures of a few as because two players staggeringly outperformed

Samanth Subramanian

Injuries bring Ganga, Nagamootoo to the fore

Nov 28, 2002: Daren Ganga and Mahendra Nagamootoo have been named in West Indies' final XI for the opening limited-overs international of three against Bangladesh at the M.A

WICB

Cuffy to replace injured Dillon in Bangladesh

Nov 25, 2002: Fast bowler Cameron Cuffy will replace injured Mervyn Dillon in the West Indies 15-man squad for their brief tour of Bangladesh.

Derrick Nicholas

Jacobs to lead West Indies in Bangladesh

Nov 20, 2002: West Indies wicket-keeper/batsman Ridley Jacobs will captain the West Indies on their upcoming tour of Bangladesh

Derrick Nicholas

Hooper to miss Bangladesh tour

Nov 15, 2002: West Indies captain Carl Hooper will miss the upcoming tour of Bangladesh that starts on November 26

Derrick Nicholas
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Tour Results
Bangladesh v West Indies at Chittagong - Dec 16-18, 2002
West Indies won by 7 wickets
Bangladesh v West Indies at Dhaka - Dec 8-10, 2002
West Indies won by an innings and 310 runs
Bangladesh v West Indies at Dhaka - Dec 3, 2002
West Indies won by 86 runs
Bangladesh v West Indies at Dhaka - Dec 2, 2002
West Indies won by 84 runs
Bangladesh v West Indies at Chittagong - Nov 29, 2002
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