1st Test: West Indies v India at Georgetown, Apr 11-15, 2002 /

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First Test

West Indies v India

2003: At Georgetown, April 11, 12, 13, 14, 15

Promising start to Caribbean tour

Apr 17, 2002: VVS Laxman seems to thrive where critics least expect him to

Staff Reporter

1st Test, West Indies v India, Statistical Highlights

Apr 16, 2002: West Indian opener Stuart Williams and wicket-keeper Junior Murray were making a comeback into the West Indian side after more than three years, missing 36 and 34 Tests respectively

Rajneesh Gupta

First Test ends in washed out draw

Apr 15, 2002: With puddles the size of little lakes all around the outfield, play was called off without a single ball being bowled on the final day

Anand Vasu

Test meanders as India avoids follow-on

Apr 14, 2002: It was one of those days for India abroad

Anand Vasu

'Hoops' over hurdle

Apr 13, 2002: Carl Hooper put a lifetime of underachievement finally and firmly behind him yesterday, appropriately on the ground he has always called home

Tony Cozier

India stumble after Tendulkar dazzles

Apr 13, 2002: The first two days' play of this Guyana Test match - and it can be called thus for more reasons than just the venue - threw up tremendous excitement from stylish batsmen

Anand Vasu

Aye, Aye, Skipper!

Apr 12, 2002: Carl Hooper compiled what he understandably described afterwards as the most satisfying hundred of his long, turbulent career yesterday

Tony Cozier

West Indies cruise to position of strength

Apr 12, 2002: There are always two sides to each coin

Anand Vasu

Hooper delights with sparkling ton at Bourda

Apr 11, 2002: It took 15 years of Test cricket, one retirement, and 93 Tests before Carl Llewellyn Hooper repaid fans at his home ground at the Bourda Oval in Georgetown, Guyana with a handsome century

Anand Vasu
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Tour Results
West Indies v India at Port of Spain - Jun 2, 2002
India won by 56 runs (D/L method)
West Indies v India at Port of Spain - Jun 1, 2002
West Indies won by 7 wickets (with 17 balls remaining)
West Indies v India at Bridgetown - May 29, 2002
India won by 7 wickets (with 31 balls remaining)
West Indies v India at Kingston - May 26, 2002
Match abandoned without a ball bowled
West Indies v India at Kingston - May 25, 2002
Match abandoned without a ball bowled
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