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  Thursday, 13 February, 2003, 15:29 GMT
Umpire Steve Bucknor was unable to restart play Trophy shared after wash-out
India and Sri Lanka share the ICC Champions Trophy after rain again washed out the final in Colombo.
Sri Lanka's Sanath Jayasuriya is the world's top-rated one-day batsman Sri Lankans top one-day rankings
Sri Lanka occupy the number one positions for batting and bowling in the new PwC one-day ratings for the first time ever.
Ganguly congratulated his bowlers Rain frustrates captains
India and Sri Lanka both had a chance of winning the ICC Champions Trophy when rain hit, their captains agree.
Trophy rules 'should change'
The ICC Champions Trophy is criticised by the Indian media after rain twice denies their team the chance of victory.
De Silva asked to play on
Aravinda de Silva has been urged to continue playing international cricket after next year's World Cup.
SA hand victory to India
South Africa throw away a strong position to give India a 10-run victory in the ICC Trophy semi-final.
Sri Lanka humble Aussies
Sri Lanka will meet India in the Champions Trophy final on Sunday after thrashing Australia by seven wickets.
Bond cuts through Bangladesh
Shane Bond takes four for 15 as New Zealand beat Bangladesh by 167 runs in the Champions Trophy.
Classy Australia crush Bangladesh
Jason Gillespie stars as Australia reach the Champions Trophy semi-finals with a nine-wicket win.
Aussies send Kiwis packing
Australia destroy New Zealand in Colombo, winning by 164 runs as Glenn McGrath takes five wickets.
Stunning Sehwag slays England
Spectacular centuries from Virender Sehwag and Sourav Ganguly see India to an impressive victory.
England thrash Zimbabwe
Marcus Trescothick shines as England record a 108-run win over Zimbabwe in the Champions Trophy.
Flower ton not enough
Andy Flower hits the highest one-day score ever by a Zimbabwean but it is not enough to prevent a 14-run loss to India.
SA stroll into semis
Herschelle Gibbs makes 116 as South Africa outclass Kenya by 176 runs to reach the last four of the Champions Trophy.
Kenya go down fighting
The West Indies beat Kenya in the ICC Champions Trophy thanks to a century from a stricken Brian Lara.
South Africa win thriller
Alan Dawson hits a winning boundary as South Africa beat West Indies off the final ball of the match in Colombo.
Pakistan punish Holland
Pakistan cruise to a nine-wicket win over Holland in a totally one-sided match in Colombo.
Hosts down fighting Dutch
Sri Lanka become the first side to book an ICC Champions Trophy semi-final spot with a 206-run win over Holland.
Hosts cruise to victory
Sanath Jayasuriya hits an unbeaten century as Sri Lanka thrash Pakistan in the ICC Champions Trophy.
Champions Trophy results
Click here for a full list of results from the ICC Champions Trophy in Colombo.
Champions Trophy squads
Click here to find out who's who in the various squads for the ICC Champions Trophy.
Lessons learned for World Cup
BBC Sport Online looks at the positions of the main World Cup contenders after the ICC Champions Trophy.
Here comes the rain again
BBC Sport Online examines whether starting rain-affected cricket matches again from scratch is the fairest method.
Dravid dilemma for India
BBC Sport Online assesses whether Rahul Dravid's wicket-keeping problems could affect India's World Cup chances.
South Africa's soft centre
After their shock defeat against India, BBC Sport Online asks whether South Africa's reputation as 'chokers' is justified.

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