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   Monday, 20 January, 2003, 12:51 GMT
Steve Waugh holds the Ashes replica trophy Australia triumph in final Test
Australia beat England by an innings and 25 runs to complete a 4-1 series victory at The Oval.
Nasser Hussain Hussain respects Aussie supremacy
England skipper Nasser Hussain accepts Australia set the standards his team must aspire to after their defeat at The Oval.
Shane Warne celebrates another wicket Waugh backs improving England
Australian skipper Steve Waugh tips England to do well in India this winter despite their 4-1 Ashes defeat.
Awesome Aussies live up to the hype
BBC Sport Online examines how Steve Waugh's tourists enhanced their formidable reputation in the Ashes series.
Wisden rate Butcher's knock
Mark Butcher's 173 not out at Headingley is ranked by Wisden as the 48th best innings of all time.
A sense of perspective required
Former England captain Graham Gooch says England's fourth Test victory is no reason to get carried away.
England seal memorable win
Mark Butcher guides England to victory with an innings of 173 on the final day of the fourth Test against Australia.
Demons laid to rest
BBC Sport Online's Thrasy Petropoulos says England's Headingley triumph is revenge for an epic defeat in 1948.
England's glorious day
BBC Sport Online reflects on England's epic run chase to claim an unlikely victory in the fourth Ashes Test.
Hussain backs Aussie urn quest
England captain Nasser Hussain says Australia should be allowed to take home the Ashes urn as long as its safety is assured.
Great time to be an Aussie
Australian batsman Justin Langer reflects on a successful tour in his final Ashes diary for BBC Sport Online.
The finest Aussies - ever
Former Australian captain Allan Border says the Ashes victors are the best side his country has ever produced.
Atherton's final call
BBC Sport Online profiles the career of Mike Atherton as he announces his retirement from first-class cricket.
Butcher battles back
BBC Sport Online profiles England's Mark Butcher who hit a match-winning century to claim the fourth Test.
Elliott hoping to rise from the Ashes
BBC Sport Online track down one of the stars of Australia's Ashes win four years ago.
Should Ashes go down under?
Australia's prime minister calls for the original Ashes urn to return down under. Do you agree?
England's regional option
BBC Sport Online's Thrasy Petropoulos says now is the time to introduce regional sides to help the England selectors.
Keeping the Ashes safe
BBC Sport Online's Robin Scott-Elliot talks to Stephen Green, the keeper of the Ashes.
Ashes glory is mere memory for England
BBC Sport Online turns the clock back to 1987 and remembers the last time England beat Australia in an Ashes series.
Ashes History: The early years
BBC Sport Online charts the origins of international cricket's oldest contest, and its first two decades.
Ashes History: 1903-38
BBC Sport Online charts the Ashes story through the early decades of the 20th century, including the infamous 'Bodyline' series.
Ashes History: 1946-70
BBC Sport Online takes the Ashes story through the postwar years up to the ending of Australia's dominance in 1960s.
Ashes History: 1970-1999
BBC Sport Online charts the past 30 years of England and Australia's Ashes rivalry.
Five of the best
BBC Sport Online reviews five of Mike Atherton's most important Test innings.


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Shane WarneNew Ashes
Warne reveals "emotional" ceremony

Talking PointFORUM
Gooch won and lost Ashes series Gooch hopeful
Ex-skipper on the state of English cricket

Sports Talk SPORTS TALK
Who do you think has performed best over the five match Ashes series? Ashes ace?
Who is your player of the series?

Justin Langer profile
Langer's final thoughts


Bookies are offering 1000/1 against England regaining the Ashes before 2100.
Bet of the century


Former Australian captain Allan Border looks back at the Ashes series
Proud of the Aussies


Shane Warne and Glenn McGrath tormented England to seal a 4-1 Ashes triumph at The Oval
Aussies win final Test


As Australia seal another Test series win, BBC Sport Online asks just how good Steve Waugh's side really is.
The best side ever?


England's Michael AthertonAthers is out
Mike Atherton's England career in pictures

Hussain's team fought hard but lostOval images
Pictures of England's Oval collapse

Graham Gooch looks back at England's defeat at the OvalGooch's verdict
England fail to deliver at the Oval

Take part in our Ashes gameWin the Ashes
Take on the Aussies in our cricket game

 Cricket prank
Impostor takes field for Ashes Test match

Cricket is taking a back seat to Aussie Rules in MelbourneSecond best
Aussie Rules outshines cricket in Melbourne

 Ball-by-ball
Check out the Test Match Special site

Ashes greats
Profiles of eight legendary Test players

On the air
BBC Sport Online's cricket audio and video

Venues guide
Information on all the Ashes battlegrounds
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