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England v West Indies 2000

2001: At Birmingham, June 15, 16, 17

Martin Johnson

Cork and Gough reduce West Indies to moderate score

Jun 29, 2000: Dominic Cork, with a memorable bowling performance on his return to Test cricket after a twenty-month absence and a very commendable effort from Darren Gough, restricted West Indies to a moderate score after the tourists seemed well on the way to

Andy Jalil

West Indies 1; England 0: Test Cricket: Veterans Rule

Jun 18, 2000: There is nothing more important in a Test cricket series than not only playing well in the very first cricket Test match, but winning it

Colin Croft

Windies on top

Jun 17, 2000: Birmingham- The all-for-one, one-for-all team ethic that has been the most heartening aspect of Jimmy Adams' leadership was obvious again as the West Indies batted their way into a powerful position on the second day of the first Test yesterday

Tony Cozier

England v West Indies, Test 1 Day 3 - Close

Jun 17, 2000: The fat lady tuned up early in the game, perhaps when the West Indies led on the 2nd day bu 157, but only started singing at 6:15pm on the 3rd afternoon, for it was then that the West Indies won their 1st Test match away from home since February

Colin Croft

England v West Indies, Test 1 Day 3 - Tea

Jun 17, 2000: The period between lunch and tea brought new headaches for England

Colin Croft

England sent crashing to defeat

Jun 17, 2000: The gloomiest prognosis for the rest of this series must have England being systematically out-played and heading toward an overwhelming defeat

Andy Jalil

England v West Indies, Test 1 Day 3 - Lunch

Jun 17, 2000: The West Indies, through their captain, Jimmy Adams, have not only extended their overnight lead from 157, but have certainly put themselves in a position to win this 1st Test match

Colin Croft

Just like old times

Jun 16, 2000: Birmingham - Some things never change and few have been as enduring in cricket as Courtney Walsh and Curtly Ambrose persecuting the opposition, most notably England, in the cause of the West Indies

Tony Cozier

Adams puts West Indies in command

Jun 16, 2000: The mantle of invincibility which West Indies once wore, through the seventies and eighties, may no longer be there but those shoulders can still hold responsibility when the call comes

Andy Jalil

England v West Indies, Test 1 Day 2 - Close

Jun 16, 2000: The West Indies closed the 2nd day in a comfortable, if not all together commanding position, but at least, they look more likely to win from here

Colin Croft

England v West Indies, Test 1 Day 2 - Tea

Jun 16, 2000: The West Indies moved into a position of ascendancy during this 5th period of the game

Colin Coft

England v West Indies, Test 1 Day 2 - Lunch

Jun 16, 2000: The morning session had everything a cricket afficianado could want; runs, wickets, slashing strokes and even missed chances

Colin Coft

Walsh demonstrates his ability on opening day at Edgbaston

Jun 16, 2000: LUNCH Interval: With the sun finally winning the battle, the West Indies too will be very pleased with their morning's work, thanks again to the incomparable Courtney Walsh

Colin Croft

England v West Indies, Test 1 Day 1

Jun 15, 2000: It would seem time has stood still for Courtney Walsh

Andy Jalil
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England v West Indies at The Oval - Aug 31-Sep 4, 2000
England won by 158 runs
Somerset v West Indians at Taunton - Aug 23-26, 2000
Somerset won by 269 runs
England v West Indies at Leeds - Aug 17-18, 2000
England won by an innings and 39 runs
Scotland v West Indians at Uddingston - Aug 13, 2000
West Indians won by 21 runs
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