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October 2005

Don't look back in anger

Sep 25, 2005: Michael Slater, Australia's buccaneering opener turned pundit, on losing his Test place, illness and the Ashes

Interview by Edward Craig

4th Test, Australia v England, Statistical Highlights

Aug 22, 2001: It was the 1556th Test match in cricket history

Rajneesh Gupta

Butcher makes most of injury opportunity

Aug 21, 2001: England's chairman of selectors, David Graveney, has admitted that Headingley hero Mark Butcher would probably not have played in the npower Ashes series if England's first choice players had been fit


Butcher's innings attracts universal acclaim

Aug 20, 2001: Mark Butcher's magnificent innings of 173* attracted tributes from all quarters as the England and Australian teams reflected on the gripping Fourth npower Test at Headingley


Butcher's century leads England to remarkable victory

Aug 20, 2001: An heroic innings of 173* by Mark Butcher has led England to a remarkable six wicket victory over Australia in the Fourth npower Test at Headingley.

Kate Laven

Gilchrist makes a declaration of intent

Aug 19, 2001: The Yorkshire weather scuppered Australia's hopes of having a day off tomorrow as rain restricted play on the fourth day to just 25 overs but their declaration gave England a target for victory

Kate Laven

New milestone for McGrath as he keeps Australia in charge

Aug 18, 2001: England's fighting spirit was frayed by another class performance from the Australians, spearheaded by Glenn McGrath who captured his 350th Test wicket

Kate Laven

England revive the ghost of Boycott

Aug 17, 2001: The spirit of Geoffrey Boycott was alive and well at Headingley today as England adopted a watchful but slow approach in their first innings on the second day of the Fourth npower Test Match

Kate Laven

Ponting finds form to England's dismay

Aug 16, 2001: Ricky Ponting shrugged off his Ashes blues to make a long overdue and superb century at Headingley to give Australia another sizzling success to celebrate in the Fourth npower Test Match

Kate Laven

Fourth Test, Leeds

England v Australia 2001


Jim Holden
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