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O runner, where art thou?

Jul 3, 2011: Following the ICC's ban on runners, we pay tribute to the hardworking breed of men who provided cricket with some of its quirkiest moments

Siddhartha Talya

West Indies v Australia, First Test Match

2004:

ESPNcricinfo staff

Aussies go one-up at Guyana

Apr 15, 2003: The West Indian revival in the first Cable & Wireless Test, so encouragingly mounted by Brian Lara, Daren Ganga and Devon Smith on Saturday, unravelled within the first hour of the fourth day yesterday to the familiar accompaniment of tumbling lower

Tony Cozier

PwC Test ratings - Hayden drops to leave Vaughan top

Apr 14, 2003: Two low scores for Matthew Hayden in the Guyana Test means he has lost the top place in the PwC Test ratings that he has held since October last year

PriceWaterhouseCoopers

Australia canter to 9-wicket win in first Test

Apr 13, 2003: Match Report: Aus v WI First Test at Georgetown

Martin Williamson

Lara and Ganga set up a classic Test

Apr 12, 2003: Contrasting centuries from Brian Lara and Daren Ganga gave West Indies a handy lead by the end of the third day at Bourda

Steven Lynch

Australia extend control of the Bourda

Apr 11, 2003: As was the case yesterday, Australia won two of the three sessions, ending the extended second day in complete control of the first Test at Georgetown

Martin Williamson

Chanderpaul can't halt the tide

Apr 10, 2003: After three months of wall-to-wall one-dayers, it might have been expected that Test cricket would return to centre stage with relative calm and order

Martin Williamson
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Series Results
West Indies v Australia at St John's - May 9-13, 2003
West Indies won by 3 wickets
West Indies v Australia at Bridgetown - May 1-5, 2003
Australia won by 9 wickets
West Indies v Australia at Port of Spain - Apr 19-23, 2003
Australia won by 118 runs
West Indies v Australia at Georgetown - Apr 10-13, 2003
Australia won by 9 wickets
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