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Fifth Test Match

West Indies v South Africa, 2000-01

2002: At Kingston, April 19, 20, 21, 22, 23

Tony Cozier

Thank you Courtney Walsh

Apr 25, 2001: Courtney Walsh: A tribute

Arshad Chughtai

West Indies Break Losing Spell

Apr 24, 2001: A win, a win at last

Tony Cozier

Courtney's swansong an emotional moment

Apr 24, 2001: There are times, very seldom, when I become very emotional

Colin Croft

Victory in sight

Apr 23, 2001: The West Indies have learnt by recent bitter experience not to count their chickens before they hatch

Tony Cozier

West Indies give Walsh 130-run victory in final Test as farewell present

Apr 23, 2001: A spectacular collapse by South Africa after lunch, during which Courtney Walsh picked up two further wickets on his final appearance on the Test stage, brought the curtain down on an absorbing fifth Test match and a great career

Marcus Prior

West Indies and South Africa with everything to play for in final Test

Apr 23, 2001: There are those who believe that Test cricket is supposed to be flashing blades and tremendously fast bowling coupled with great catching

Colin Croft

West Indies hit back

Apr 22, 2001: The youngest and the trustiest of their players took a match that was slowly slipping away from the West Indies and reclaimed the initiative with refreshing aggression on the third day of the final Test at Sabina Park yesterday

Tony Cozier

Walsh at centre stage as Sabina Park Test draws to intriguing conclusion

Apr 22, 2001: As the curtain is gradually drawn on the great career of Courtney Walsh, a compelling Test match is also drawing to an intriguing close at Sabina Park

Marcus Prior

Great chance for West Indies to recover some pride

Apr 22, 2001: The West Indies have put themselves into an almost impregnable position and with a tremendous opportunity to pull back some pride

Colin Croft

Going out with a bang?

Apr 21, 2001: Courtney Walsh could dare we say should have his wish after all

Tony Cozier

Jacobs and Samuels take fifth Test away from South Africa

Apr 21, 2001: A rollicking undefeated 67 from Ridley Jacobs and a superb half-century from 20 year-old Marlon Samuels ensured that the West Indies capitalised on their strong overnight position to virtually bat South Africa out of the fifth Test at Sabina Park on

Marcus Prior

At last the West Indies look like a team

Apr 21, 2001: I have been touring and following the West Indies cricket team for about six years now, and with the exception of the that first Test match in New Zealand at the turn of the last millennium, when they were 282-1, and yet lost, the West Indies would

Colin Croft

West Indies stumble again

Apr 20, 2001: Ricky Skerritt would have taken in a healthy monetary collection after the first day of the fifth and final Test yesterday

Tony Cozier

Bowlers give West Indies the edge in final Test

Apr 20, 2001: Just when they were being written off

Marcus Prior

West Indies woefully lacking in cricket sense

Apr 20, 2001: The West Indies continue to stumble from farce to funny to fantasy

Colin Croft

South Africa take control of fifth Test in Jamaica

Apr 19, 2001: The South Africans had made it clear before this Test match, if anyone was willing to hear

Marcus Prior
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