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495dThe Wisden Bulletin by Steven Lynch

England wrap it up in half-an-hour

It didn't take long: inside half-an-hour England had knocked off the 28 runs they needed to secure victory, a 2-0 series lead, and retention of the Wisden Trophy

495dThe Wisden Bulletin by Andrew Miller

Harmison demolishes West Indies ... again

Until five minutes before lunch, when Steve Harmison marked out his run to begin his second spell of the day, West Indies appeared to have exorcised their Jamaica demons

495dWisden Cricinfo staff

Lara and Jones fined

Brian Lara and Simon Jones have both been found guilty of breaching Level One of the ICC's Code of Conduct, and have been fined half their match fees

495dThe Wisden Verdict by Freddie Auld in Port-of-Spain

Windies lurch from world-beaters to woeful losers

Before the series, if you had said that England would have retained the Wisden Trophy after the first two Tests, and with some ease, most people would probably have accused you of having had a few too many rums

495dThe Wisden Bulletin by Steven Lynch

Bad light holds up England's surge for victory

England galloped towards victory on the fourth evening at Port-of-Spain, knocking off 71 of the 99 runs they needed in just ten overs before the umpires stepped in and took the players off, even though the batsmen were keen to continue

495dICC Media Release

Lara and Jones fined for code breaches

West Indies captain Brian Lara and England fast bowler Simon Jones have both been fined 50% of their match fee for breaching the ICC Code of Conduct during the second Test between West Indies and England

495dThe Wisden Verdict by Freddie Auld in Port-of-Spain

Patience, persistence, resistance

Forget, if you can for just a minute, all the runs, risks and razzmatazz of modern cricket

495dThe Wisden Bulletin by Andrew Miller

Thorpe extends England's lead

The old'uns are always the best, as the hundreds of England fans who spent the afternoon worshipping Sir Mick Jagger would heartily agree

495dThe Wisden Bulletin by Andrew Miller

Butcher and Hussain battle it out

England were once again indebted to the experience of Mark Butcher and Nasser Hussain, as West Indies enjoyed the better of what little play was available on the second day in Trinidad

495dThe Wisden Verdict by Freddie Auld in Port-of-Spain

Survival of the grittiest

Nasser Hussain and Mark Butcher, two of England's gritty old pros, stuck out another nasty mini-session today at Port-of-Spain before the weather closed in

495dRoving Reporter by Freddie Auld in Trinidad

Backbench rebellion

Freddie Auld surveys the press box at the Queen's Park Oval

495dThe Wisden Verdict by Freddie Auld

From damage limitation to Curtly imitation

Michael Vaughan said that today was going to be the biggest day of the series - that England must not allow West Indies to bounce back from their Sabina shocker

495dThe Wisden Bulletin by Andrew Miller

Harmison demolishes West Indies ... again

Until five minutes before lunch, when Steve Harmison marked out his run to begin his second spell of the day, West Indies appeared to have exorcised their Jamaica demons

495dWisden Cricinfo staff

Jones apologises for Sarwan outburst

Simon Jones could face disciplinary action from the International Cricket Council after an excited celebration when dismissing Ramnaresh Sarwan during the afternoon session of the second Test at Port-of-Spain