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The loneliness of the West Indian fast bowler

Apr 8, 2016: Tino Best recalls his debut, back in 2003, and how he didn't quite get the support he needed

Jack Wilson

West Indies v Australia, Third Test Match


ESPNcricinfo staff

MacGill secures nine-wicket victory in Barbados

May 5, 2003: The end, when it came, was clinical, as Stuart MacGill clattered through the West Indian tail to secure Australia's third victory of the series, and keep alive their hopes of a first series whitewash in the Caribbean

Andrew Miller

Lara and Sarwan give Windies hope as Australia struggle on dead pitch

May 4, 2003: On a pitch that might have been lifted directly from the SnooziSleep beds emporium, West Indies waded through 87 powder-puff overs to keep alive their hopes of avoiding a series whitewash

Andrew Miller

Australia in control after day of hard graft at Bridgetown

May 3, 2003: It's not often that Australia's bowling attack is made to work for its wickets, but today, on a pitch that Steve Waugh described as the slowest of his career, they were forced to graft every step of the way

Andrew Miller

Yes, we have no bandanas

May 2, 2003: For the fashion conscious, here's a tip

Christine Davey at Bridgetown

Waugh passes Bradman's record on day of toil for Windies

May 2, 2003: Like a pinch of salt in a culinary masterpiece, Steve Waugh's grit is used sparingly by the Australians these days

Andrew Miller

Lara: 'It wasn't discouraging'

May 1, 2003: Brian Lara "It was a good effort from a young attack

Wisden Cricnfo staff

Ponting leads Australian charge

May 1, 2003: It was another hard day at the office for Brian Lara and his not-so-merry men, as Australia romped to 320 for the loss of only three wickets by the close of the first day's play in the third Test at Bridgetown

Wisden Bulletin by Steven Lynch
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