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The Bangladeshis in South Africa, 2002-03

2004: On the eve of South Africa's fateful World Cup game against Sri Lanka at Durban in March 2003 - the rain-affected tie that threw them ignominiously out of the tournament - the Sri Lankans were unamused to see a poster outside their dressing-room

Marcus Prior

South Africa crush Bangladesh in Potchefstroom

Oct 27, 2002: South Africa destroyed Bangladesh on the third and last day of the secondCastle/MTN Test in Potchefstroom

Keith Lane

South Africa in control as Bangladesh toil

Oct 26, 2002: South Africa took the Castle/MTN second Test against Bangladesh by the scruff of the neck with three hundreds in a total of 414/2 at the end of day two in Potchefstroom

Keith Lane

Bangladesh squander lunchtime position

Oct 25, 2002: The North West Stadium became the eleventh South African Test venue as Bangladesh met South Africa in the second Castle Lager/MTN Test in Potchefstroom

Keith Lane

Shaun Pollock back for second Bangladesh Test

Oct 22, 2002: 12th Man Alfonso Thomas (North West Dragons)

UCBSA Press Release

South African win within four days

Oct 21, 2002: South Africa, thanks to a much improved David Terbrugge, wasted no time at the start of day four of the inaugural Test against Bangladesh at Buffalo Park in East London to record an innings and 107 run victory

Keith Lane

Defiant defence takes Bangladesh into day four

Oct 20, 2002: Asked to follow on after being dismissed for 170 in their first innings, Bangladesh have shown resilient defence in their second innings of the first Test against South Africa at Buffalo Park in East London.

Keith Lane

Bangladesh in danger of being forced to follow-on

Oct 19, 2002: Bangladesh are in danger of following-on after South Africa, declaring at 529/4, reduced the visitors to 153/7, still 176 runs behind the follow-on target

Keith Lane

Gary Kirsten sets new mark as South Africa reach 369/2 against Bangladesh

Oct 18, 2002: Gary Kirsten became the first Test player in world cricket to score a century against all of the nine Test playing nations when he completed the full house with a hundred for South Africa against Bangladesh on day one of the inaugural Test at Buffalo

Keith Lane

Bowden enjoys his taste of overseas exposure

Oct 18, 2002: New Zealand umpire Brent 'Billy' Bowden has joined the list of people wanting to see the players' dispute resolved as soon as possible

Lynn McConnell

Buffalo Park and North West Stadium granted Test venue status

Oct 14, 2002: Two South African venues have been granted new Test Match status by the ICC this summer and, when Bangladesh play the first Castle Lager/MTN Test match at Buffalo Park, East London, from the 18th of October, that ground becomes the seventh venue in

UCBSA Media Release

Martin van Jaarsveld to make his test debut against Bangladesh

Oct 14, 2002: Northerns middle order batsman Martin van Jaarsveld is the only new cap named in the South African team to play Bangladesh in the first Castle Lager/MTN Test match at Buffalo Park in East London from the 18th to the 22nd of October

UCBSA Media Release

A familiar tale

Oct 9, 2002: South Africa cruised to a seven-wicket win over Bangladesh in the third and final one-day international at Kimberley

Wisden CricInfo staff

South Africa clinch series with seven wicket win over Bangladesh

Oct 9, 2002: South Africa made a clean sweep of the Standard Bank One-Day series by winning the third and last match in Kimberley by 8 wickets

Keith Lane

Uphill struggle expected for Bangladesh

Oct 8, 2002: Bangladesh have a mountain to climb as they face up to South Africa in the last of three Standard Bank One-Day Internationals

Keith Lane

Four changes to South African squad against Bangladesh

Oct 7, 2002: Four changes have been made for South Africa team to play against Bangladesh in the third Standard Bank One-Day International.

Keith Lane

Gibbs onslaught sinks sorry Banglas

Oct 6, 2002: A savage onslaught by Herschelle Gibbs guided South Africa to an embarrassingly one-sided ten-wicket win over Bangladesh

Wisden CricInfo staff

Ten wicket win as Gibbs fails in record bid.

Oct 6, 2002: South Africa convincingly beat Bangladesh by 10 wickets, with 29.4 overs still to be bowled

Keith Lane

Ngam's injury woes continue

Oct 5, 2002: South Africa and Eastern Province fast bowler Mfuneko Ngam has been examined by a foot and ankle orthopaedic specialist, who has diagnosed a complete fracture of the second metatarsal bone in Ngam's right foot

Bronwyn Wilkinson

Gibbs leads the rout

Oct 3, 2002: A record-equalling third consecutive one-day international century from Herschelle Gibbs was the highlight as South Africa crushed Bangladesh in predictable style at Potchefstroom

Wisden CricInfo staff
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