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First Test Match

Australia v West Indies, 2000-01

2002: At Brisbane, November 23, 24, 25

Finding a solution

Nov 30, 2000: The West Indies have faltered even further into oblivion last week as they crashed and burned at the feet of the towering Australians who equaled the all-time record of 11 consecutive wins (set by the West Indies in 1984/85)

Zach Kenworthy

1st Test, Australia v West Indies, Statistical Highlights

Nov 27, 2000: It was the 1516th Test match in cricket history

Rajneesh Gupta

One team was prepared, one team shouldn't have bothered turning up

Nov 25, 2000: A quick look back at this Test match, with neutral eyes, would tell the complete story

Colin Croft

Tourists' woes head toward broken-record proportions

Nov 25, 2000: Putting the seal on a result that loomed as a near-inevitability from inside the first three hours of the match, Australia has today defeated West Indies in the First Test in Brisbane by the crushing margin of an innings and 126 runs

John Polack

Black and Dillon splash out but tourists sink again

Nov 24, 2000: Pacemen Marlon Black and Mervyn Dillon fought a brave battle against the inevitable but Australia has nonetheless finished day two of the First Test against West Indies in a commanding position here at the 'Gabba in Brisbane

John Polack

Test one, day two: West Indian batsmen asking too much of the bowlers

Nov 24, 2000: That is more like it

Colin Croft

West Indians endure nightmarish start to series

Nov 23, 2000: It might only have been the first day of a new Test series between Australia and West Indies but it nevertheless illuminated several fundamental realities

John Polack

Test one day one: All to the Australians


Colin Croft
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