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Final

England v West Indies

2005:

West Indies look for new coach

Logie out 'by mutual consent'

Oct 4, 2004: Gus Logie's tenure as coach of the West Indies is over

Wisden Cricinof staff

The Paper Round

Saving Lara's captaincy

Sep 26, 2004: After the West Indies' remarkable victory in the final of the Champions Trophy at The Oval - their first in the finals of an international tournament for 25 years - the English and West Indian press was full of praise for Brian Lara's underdogs

Wisden Cricinfo staff

England v W Indies, Champions Trophy final, The Oval

'A great achievement for the team,' says Lara

Sep 25, 2004: Quotes

Wisden Cricinfo staff

England v W Indies, Champions Trophy final, The Oval

Browne and Bradshaw steal a thriller

Sep 25, 2004: The West Indies tail pulled off a remarkable victory in the gloom at The Oval, with Courtney Browne and Ian Bradshaw snatching a win from under England's noses with a record ninth wicket partnership of 71

The Bulletin by Andrew Miller
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