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  Tuesday, 10 September, 2002, 11:15 GMT 12:15 UK
Australia captain Steve Waugh holds up the NatWest one day series trophy Australia cruise to one-day title
Australia thrash Pakistan by nine wickets to win the one-day triangular series final at Lord's.
Australia's Michael Bevan is escorted off the pitch Cricket crowd trouble summit
Government ministers to meet ECB officials to plan measures to control crowd disorder.
Steve Waugh with the NatWest Trophy ECB to review presentations
Presentation ceremonies during the Ashes may be moved indoors following the trouble at Lord's.
World Cup organisers issue threat
Organisers of the 2003 World Cup in South Africa and Zimbabwe say pitch invasions will not be tolerated.
Sad end to one-day series
BBC cricket correspondent Jonathan Agnew reflects on the off-field events that marred the NatWest Series.
Bevan struck as Aussies celebrate
A missile thrown at Australia's Michael Bevan mars his side's win over Pakistan in the one-day triangular series final.
Inzamam given two game ban
Pakistan batsman Inzamam-ul-Haq is banned for two one-day internationals after showing dissent in the NatWest Series final.
Aussie win satisfies Waugh
Steve Waugh hails his side's all-round performance in beating Pakistan by nine wickets in the NatWest Series final.
England seek elite one-day squad
England are to select a 25-man one-day squad to build towards the 2003 World Cup.
Sad end to one-day series
BBC cricket correspondent Jonathan Agnew reflects on the off-field events that marred the NatWest Series.
By hook or by crook
Few play the hook shot better than Adam Gilchrist. BBC Sport Online profiles the NatWest Series final match-winner.
Australia brimming with confidence
BBC Sport Online columnist Allan Border looks back on Australia's NatWest Series win and assesses their chances in the Ashes.
Four of the best
BBC Sport Online looks back on four memorable one-day meetings between Australia and Pakistan.
Aussies top the world
BBC Sport Online looks back on a disappointing 1999 World Cup final between Australia and Pakistan.
Australians destroy sorry England
Australia hammer England by eight wickets in the NatWest Series match at The Oval.
Stewart tries to stay positive
After another humiliation, Alec Stewart hopes England's young players are not damaged by the losing streak.
England player ratings
BBC Sport Online marks the performances of England's one-day squad in the NatWest Series.
Cricket chiefs seek pitch punishments
The England and Wales Cricket Board wants the Government to bring in pitch invasion laws.
Pakistan win in style
Pakistan, with Waqar Younis to the fore again, beat Australia by 36 runs in the day/night match at Trent Bridge.
Caborn sounds cautious note
New sports minister Richard Caborn refuses to back calls for new legislation to deal with cricket's pitch invaders.
Waqar hails team effort
Waqar Younis deflects attention from his match-winning performance after Pakistan defeat Australia.
Fine the invaders
England all-rounder Craig White calls for fines to stop pitch invasions in his exclusive column for BBC Sport Online.
Sport's space invaders
As the ECB pushes for new powers to deal with pitch invasions, BBC Sport Online looks at the legislation and rules in other sports.
Pitch invasion mars Pakistan win
England concede to Pakistan as another pitch invasion overshadows Waqar Younis' seven wickets.
Time to take action
BBC cricket correspondent Jonathan Agnew says measures to prevent pitch invasions must be introduced.
Stopping the invasion
New measures are needed to prevent further pitch invasions in cricket - BBC Sport Online considers the possible options.

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