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2003 Cricket World Cup squads

This is a list of squads named for the seventh edition of Cricket World Cup (2003 Cricket World Cup), held in South Africa, Zimbabwe and Kenya between 9 February and 23 March 2003. The tournament saw 14 teams selected and placed in two groups. Each country was required to submit a final list of 15 players by 31 December 2002. An injured player could be replaced at any time up until the end of the tournament.[1] Replacement players who were not in the original 15-man squad are indicated in italics. The oldest player at the 2003 Cricket World Cup was Lennie Louw (43) of Namibia while the youngest was Talha Jubair (17) of Bangladesh.

Group A

Australia

Australia announced its squad for the 2003 World Cup on 31 December 2002.[2] Australia made three replacements in the squad – Ian Harvey replacing Shane Watson on 25 January 2003,[3] Nathan Hauritz replacing Shane Warne on 24 February 2003,[4] and Nathan Bracken replacing Jason Gillespie on 5 March 2003.[5]
Coach: John Buchanan

No. Name Date of birth Batting Bowling ODIs[6] Domestic team
14 Ricky Ponting (c) 19 December 1974 RHB Right arm medium 157  Tasmania
12 Michael Bevan 8 May 1970 LHB Slow left-arm wrist-spin 196  New South Wales
34 Andy Bichel 27 August 1970 RHB Right arm fast medium 38  Queensland
59 Nathan Bracken 12 September 1977 RHB left arm fast medium 11  New South Wales
18 Adam Gilchrist (wk) 14 November 1971 LHB off spin 152  Western Australia
4 Jason Gillespie 19 April 1975 RHB Right arm fast 46  South Australia
29 Ian Harvey 10 April 1972 RHB Right arm medium 43  Victoria
43 Nathan Hauritz 18 October 1981 RHB Right arm off spin 5  Queensland
30 Matthew Hayden 29 October 1971 LHB Right arm medium 54  Queensland
31 Brad Hogg 6 February 1971 LHB Slow left-arm wrist-spin 15  Western Australia
58 Brett Lee 8 November 1976 RHB Right arm fast 55  New South Wales
25 Darren Lehmann 5 February 1970 LHB Slow left arm orthodox 85  South Australia
46 Jimmy Maher 27 February 1974 LHB Right arm medium 19  Queensland
30 Damien Martyn 21 October 1971 RHB Right arm medium 113  Western Australia
11 Glenn McGrath 9 February 1970 RHB Right arm fast medium 168  New South Wales
39 Andrew Symonds 9 June 1975 RHB Right arm fast medium/off-spin 54  Queensland
23 Shane Warne 13 September 1969 RHB Right arm leg spin 193  Victoria

England

The English squad for the 2003 Cricket World Cup was announced on 31 December 2002.[7]
Coach: Duncan Fletcher

No. Name Date of birth Batting Bowling style ODIs[6] Domestic team
3 Nasser Hussain (c) 28 March 1968 RHB Right arm leg spin 84 England Essex
40 James Anderson 30 July 1982 LHB Right arm fast medium 9 England Lancashire
37 Ian Blackwell 10 June 1978 LHB Slow left arm orthodox 12 England Somerset
2 Andrew Caddick 21 November 1968 RHB Right arm fast medium 49 England Somerset
50 Paul Collingwood 26 May 1976 RHB Right arm fast medium 33 England Durham
11 Andrew Flintoff 6 December 1977 RHB Right arm fast 47 England Lancashire
29 Ashley Giles 19 March 1973 RHB Slow left arm orthodox 22 England Warwickshire
28 Steve Harmison 23 October 1978 RHB Right arm fast 5 England Durham
22 Matthew Hoggard 31 December 1976 RHB Right arm fast medium 20 England Yorkshire
15 Ronnie Irani 26 October 1971 RHB Right arm medium 29 England Essex
1 Nick Knight 28 November 1969 LHB Right arm medium 95 England Warwickshire
4 Alec Stewart (wk) 8 April 1963 RHB Right arm medium 165 England Surrey
23 Marcus Trescothick 25 December 1975 LHB Right arm medium 56 England Somerset
99 Michael Vaughan 29 October 1974 RHB Right arm off spin 21 England Yorkshire
6 Craig White 16 December 1969 RHB Right arm fast medium 46 England Yorkshire

India

The India squad for the tournament was announced on 30 December 2002.[8]
Coach: John Wright

No. Name Date of birth Batting Bowling style ODIs[6] Domestic team
99 Sourav Ganguly (c) 8 July 1972 LHB Right arm medium 218 India Bengal
5 Rahul Dravid (wk) (vc) 11 January 1973 RHB Right arm off spin 196 India Karnataka
44 Virender Sehwag 20 October 1978 RHB Right arm off spin 57 India Delhi
10 Sachin Tendulkar 24 April 1973 RHB Right arm leg spin 303 India Mumbai
12 Yuvraj Singh 12 December 1981 LHB Slow left arm orthodox 59 India Punjab
11 Mohammad Kaif 1 December 1980 RHB Right arm off spin 37 India Uttar Pradesh
3 Harbhajan Singh 3 July 1980 RHB Right arm off spin 63 India Punjab
7 Javagal Srinath 31 August 1969 RHB Right arm fast medium 229 India Karnataka
34 Zaheer Khan 7 October 1978 RHB Left arm fast medium 56 India Baroda
8 Anil Kumble 17 October 1970 RHB Right arm leg spin 238 India Karnataka
20 Parthiv Patel (wk) 9 March 1985 LHB WK 13 India Gujarat
28 Dinesh Mongia 17 April 1977 LHB Slow left arm orthodox 32 India Punjab
66 Sanjay Bangar 11 October 1972 RHB Right arm medium fast 11 India Railways
64 Ashish Nehra 29 April 1979 RHB Left arm fast medium 30 India Delhi
9 Ajit Agarkar 4 December 1977 RHB Right arm fast medium 110 India Mumbai

Namibia

Coach: Dougie Brown

No. Name Date of birth Batting Bowling style ODIs[6] Domestic team
12 Deon Kotze (c) 12 September 1973 RHB Right arm off spin 0 Namibia Wanderers
5 Jan-Berrie Burger 25 August 1981 RHB Right arm leg spin 0 Namibia Police
14 Louis Burger 12 March 1978 RHB Right arm medium 0 Namibia United
2 Sarel Burger 13 February 1983 RHB Right arm medium fast 0 Namibia United
6 Morne Karg (wk) 12 July 1977 RHB Unknown 0 Namibia United
1 Danie Keulder 2 August 1973 RHB Right arm off spin 0 Namibia Wanderers
21 Bjorn Kotze 11 December 1978 RHB Right arm medium fast 0 Namibia Wanderers
10 Lennie Louw 19 June 1959 RHB Slow left arm orthodox 0 Namibia CCD
17 Johannes van der Merwe 5 February 1980 RHB Right arm off spin 0 Namibia Unknown
27 Bryan Murgatroyd 19 October 1969 RHB Right arm medium 0 Namibia Wanderers
11 Burton van Rooi 9 July 1982 RHB Right arm medium fast 0 Namibia CCD
13 Melt van Schoor (wk) 8 December 1967 RHB Unknown 0 Namibia Police
8 Gerrie Snyman 30 April 1981 RHB Right arm fast medium 0 Namibia United
15 Stefan Swanepoel 2 December 1981 RHB Unknown 0 Namibia Wanderers
77 Rudi van Vuuren 20 September 1972 RHB Right arm medium fast 0 Namibia Police
4 Riaan Walters 10 August 1980 RHB Unknown 0 Namibia United
  • Johannes van der Merwe replaced Riaan Walters on 28 February 2003[9]

Netherlands

Coach: Emmerson Trotman

No. Name Date of birth Batting Bowling style ODIs[6] Domestic team
1 Roland Lefebvre (c) 7 February 1963 RHB Right arm medium fast 6 Netherlands VOC Rotterdam
19 Daan van Bunge 19 October 1982 RHB Right arm leg spin 2 Netherlands Voorburg CC
28 Jacob-Jan Esmeijer 28 May 1972 RHB Slow left arm orthodox 2 Netherlands Excelsior'20
4 Victor Grandia 10 January 1979 RHB Right arm medium 1 Netherlands VRA Amsterdam
94 Feiko Kloppenburg 19 June 1974 RHB Right arm medium 1 Netherlands Rood en Wit Haarlem
5 Tim de Leede 25 January 1968 RHB Right arm medium 7 Netherlands Voorburg CC
14 Hendrik-Jan Mol 29 March 1977 LHB Left arm medium 1 Netherlands Quick Den Haag
6 Ruud Nijman 15 June 1982 RHB Right arm medium fast 0 Netherlands Hermes DVS
99 Klaas-Jan van Noortwijk 10 July 1970 RHB Right arm medium 5 Netherlands VOC Rotterdam
4 Adeel Raja 15 August 1980 RHB Right arm off spin 2 Netherlands VRA Amsterdam
9 Edgar Schiferli 17 May 1976 RHB Right arm fast medium 2 Netherlands Quick Den Haag
8 Reinout Scholte (wk) 10 August 1967 RHB Unknown 2 Netherlands VOC Rotterdam
10 Jeroen Smits (wk) 21 June 1972 RHB Unknown 0 Netherlands HCC Den Haag
44 Nick Statham 15 March 1975 RHB Right arm off spin 0 Netherlands Hermes DVS
69 Luuk van Troost 28 September 1969 LHB Left arm medium 2 Netherlands Excelsior'20
97 Bas Zuiderent 3 March 1977 RHB Right arm medium 7 England Sussex
  • Ruud Nijman replaced Victor Grandia on 21 January 2003[10]

Pakistan

Coach: Richard Pybus

No. Name Date of birth Batting Bowling style ODIs[6] Domestic team
99 Waqar Younis (c) 16 November 1971 RHB Right arm fast 256 Pakistan National Bank
12 Abdul Razzaq 2 December 1979 RHB Right arm fast medium 119 Pakistan PIA
11 Azhar Mahmood 28 February 1975 RHB Right arm fast medium 123 Pakistan PIA
8 Inzamam-ul-Haq 3 March 1970 RHB Slow left arm orthodox 284 Pakistan National Bank
7 Mohammad Sami 24 February 1981 RHB Right arm fast 18 Pakistan National Bank
5 Rashid Latif (wk) 14 October 1968 RHB Right arm leg spin 143 Pakistan Allied Bank
1 Saeed Anwar 6 September 1968 LHB Slow left arm orthodox 242 Pakistan National Bank
28 Saleem Elahi 21 November 1976 RHB Right arm off spin 36 Pakistan Habib Bank
9 Saqlain Mushtaq 29 December 1976 RHB Right arm off spin 165 Pakistan PIA
10 Shahid Afridi 1 March 1980 RHB Right arm leg spin 173 Pakistan Habib Bank
14 Shoaib Akhtar 13 August 1975 RHB Right arm fast 75 Pakistan Khan Research Labs
2 Taufeeq Umar 20 June 1981 LHB Right arm off spin 6 Pakistan Habib Bank
3 Wasim Akram 3 June 1966 LHB Left arm fast 350 Pakistan PIA
75 Younis Khan 29 November 1977 RHB Right arm leg spin 70 Pakistan Habib Bank
13 Yousuf Youhana 27 August 1974 RHB Right arm off spin 121 Pakistan PIA

Zimbabwe

Coach: Geoff Marsh

No. Name Date of birth Batting Bowling style ODIs[6] Domestic team
9 Heath Streak (c) 16 March 1974 RHB Right arm fast medium 149 Zimbabwe Matabeleland
99 Andy Blignaut 1 August 1978 LHB Right arm fast medium 16 Zimbabwe Mashonaland
20 Alistair Campbell 23 September 1972 LHB Right arm off spin 187 Zimbabwe Manicaland
22 Dion Ebrahim 7 August 1980 RHB Right arm medium 36 Zimbabwe Mashonaland
14 Sean Ervine 6 December 1982 LHB Right arm medium 13 Zimbabwe Midlands
33 Andy Flower (wk) 28 April 1968 LHB Right arm off spin 205 Zimbabwe Mashonaland
68 Grant Flower 20 December 1970 RHB Slow left arm orthodox 192 Zimbabwe Mashonaland
18 Travis Friend 7 January 1981 RHB Right arm fast medium 39 Zimbabwe Midlands
79 Douglas Hondo 7 July 1979 RHB Right arm fast medium 13 Zimbabwe Mashonaland
42 Dougie Marillier 24 April 1978 RHB Right arm off spin 35 Zimbabwe Midlands
45 Stuart Matsikenyeri 3 May 1983 RHB Right arm off spin 2 Zimbabwe Manicaland
27 Brian Murphy 1 December 1976 RHB Right arm leg spin 26 Zimbabwe Mashonaland
77 Henry Olonga 3 July 1976 RHB Right arm fast 48 Zimbabwe Manicaland
44 Tatenda Taibu (wk) 14 May 1983 RHB Right arm off spin 20 Zimbabwe Mashonaland
8 Mark Vermeulen 2 March 1979 RHB Right arm off spin 7 Zimbabwe Matabeleland
2 Guy Whittall 5 September 1972 RHB Right arm medium 141 Zimbabwe Manicaland
10 Craig Wishart 9 January 1974 RHB Right arm off spin 72 Zimbabwe Midlands
  • Alistair Campbell replaced Mark Vermeulen on 10 March 2003[11]
  • Stuart Matsikenyeri replaced Brian Murphy on 10 March 2003[11]

Group B

Bangladesh

Coach: Pakistan Mohsin Kamal

No. Name Date of birth Batting Bowling style ODIs[6] Domestic team(s)
10 Khaled Mashud (c/wk) 8 February 1976 RHB Unknown 51 Bangladesh Victoria / Rajshahi
6 Akram Khan 1 November 1968 RHB Right arm medium 38 Bangladesh Chittagong
33 Al Sahariar 23 April 1978 RHB Right arm leg spin 22 Bangladesh Victoria / Dhaka
14 Alok Kapali 1 January 1984 RHB Right arm leg spin 11 Bangladesh Victoria / Sylhet
44 Ehsanul Haque 1 December 1979 RHB Right arm off spin 2 Bangladesh Mohammedan / Chittagong
7 Habibul Bashar 17 August 1972 RHB Right arm off spin 27 Bangladesh Biman
50 Hannan Sarkar 1 December 1982 RHB Right arm medium 4 Bangladesh Surjotorun / Barisal
11 Khaled Mahmud 26 July 1971 RHB Right arm medium fast 34 Bangladesh Biman / Dhaka
96 Manjural Islam 7 November 1979 LHB Left arm fast medium 26 Bangladesh Victoria / Khulna
2 Mashrafe Mortaza 5 October 1983 RHB Right arm fast medium 3 Bangladesh Azad / Khulna
98 Mohammad Ashraful 7 July 1984 RHB Right arm leg spin 11 Bangladesh Surjotorun / Dhaka
77 Mohammad Rafique 5 September 1970 LHB Slow left arm orthodox 34 Bangladesh Mohammedan / Dhaka
9 Sanwar Hossain 5 August 1973 RHB Right arm off spin 14 Bangladesh Mohammedan / Barisal
69 Talha Jubair 10 December 1985 RHB Right arm medium fast 4 Bangladesh Kalabagan / Dhaka
19 Tapash Baisya 15 December 1982 RHB Right arm fast medium 10 Bangladesh Mohammedan / Sylhet
55 Tushar Imran 20 December 1983 RHB Right arm medium 13 Bangladesh City Club / Khulna
  • Akram Khan replaced Mashrafe Mortaza on 19 February 2003[12]

Canada

Coach: Gus Logie

No. Name Date of birth Batting Bowling style ODIs[6] Domestic team
1 Joe Harris (c) 16 August 1965 RHB Right arm off spin 0 Canada Toronto
10 Ashish Bagai (wk) 26 January 1982 RHB Unknown 0 Canada Toronto
3 Ian Billcliff 26 October 1972 RHB Right arm medium 0 Canada Vikings
6 Desmond Chumney 8 January 1968 RHB Right arm off spin 0 Canada Victoria Park
15 Austin Codrington 22 August 1975 RHB Right arm medium fast 0 Canada Overseas
9 John Davison 9 May 1970 RHB Right arm off spin 0 Australia South Australia
2 Nicholas de Groot 22 October 1975 RHB Right arm medium 0 Canada Vikings
16 Nicholas Ifill 24 November 1968 RHB Right arm medium 0 Canada Victoria Park
12 Davis Joseph 31 July 1963 RHB Right arm medium fast 0 Canada Victoria Park
4 Ishwar Maraj 26 January 1969 LHB Right arm off spin 0 Canada Overseas
8 Ashish Patel 31 July 1975 RHB Right arm medium 0 Canada Quebec
21 Abdool Samad (wk) 3 May 1979 RHB Right arm off spin 0 Canada Cavaliers
7 Fazil Samad 6 April 1975 RHB Right arm off spin 0 Canada Cavaliers
14 Barry Seebaran 12 September 1972 RHB Slow left arm orthodox 0 Canada Richmond
11 Sanjayan Thuraisingam 11 September 1969 RHB Right arm fast medium 0 Canada Toronto

Kenya

Coach: Sandeep Patil

No. Name Date of birth Batting Bowling style ODIs[6] Domestic team
5 Steve Tikolo (c) 25 June 1971 RHB Right arm medium 51 Kenya Swamibapa, Nairobi
12 Joseph Angara 8 November 1971 RHB Right arm medium 15 Kenya Swamibapa, Nairobi
1 Aasif Karim 15 December 1963 RHB Slow left arm orthodox 30 Kenya Jaffery, Mombasa
18 Hitesh Modi 13 October 1971 LHB Right arm off spin 41 Kenya Nairobi Gymkhana, Kisumu
22 Collins Obuya 27 July 1981 RHB Right arm leg spin 16 Kenya Ruaraka, Nairobi
21 David Obuya (wk) 14 August 1979 RHB [wk] 16 Kenya Ruaraka, Nairobi
55 Thomas Odoyo 12 May 1978 RHB Right arm medium fast 51 Kenya Nairobi Gymkhana, Nairobi
69 Maurice Odumbe 15 June 1969 RHB Right arm off spin 50 Kenya Aga Khan, Nairobi
77 Peter Ongondo 10 February 1977 RHB Right arm medium 8 Kenya Swamibapa, Nairobi
28 Kennedy Otieno (wk) 11 March 1972 RHB Unknown 49 Kenya Ruaraka, Nairobi
14 Brijal Patel 14 November 1977 RHB Slow left arm orthodox 13 Kenya Premier, Nairobi
4 Ravindu Shah 28 August 1972 RHB Right arm medium 33 Kenya Nairobi Gymkhana, Nairobi
10 Martin Suji 2 June 1971 RHB Right arm medium fast 49 Kenya Aga Khan, Nairobi
9 Tony Suji 5 February 1976 RHB Right arm medium 35 Kenya Aga Khan, Nairobi
7 Alpesh Vadher 7 September 1974 RHB Unknown 18 Kenya Premier, Nairobi

New Zealand

Coach: John Bracewell

No. Name Date of birth Batting Bowling style ODIs[6] Domestic team
7 Stephen Fleming (c) 1 April 1973 LHB Right arm medium 189 New Zealand Wellington
41 Andre Adams 17 July 1975 RHB Right arm fast medium 20 New Zealand Auckland
9 Nathan Astle 15 September 1971 RHB Right arm medium 167 New Zealand Canterbury
27 Shane Bond 7 June 1975 RHB Right arm fast 18 New Zealand Canterbury
6 Chris Cairns 13 June 1970 RHB Right arm fast medium 154 New Zealand Canterbury
5 Chris Harris 20 November 1969 LHB Right Arm Medium 219 New Zealand Canterbury
42 Brendon McCullum (wk) 27 September 1981 RHB Right Arm Medium 14 New Zealand Otago
10 Craig McMillan 13 September 1976 RHB Right arm medium 124 New Zealand Canterbury
20 Kyle Mills 15 March 1979 RHB Right arm fast medium 16 New Zealand Auckland
24 Jacob Oram 28 July 1978 LHB Right arm fast medium 29 New Zealand Central Districts
18 Mathew Sinclair 9 November 1975 RHB Right arm medium fast bowling 32 New Zealand Central Districts
56 Scott Styris 10 July 1975 RHB Right arm medium 51 New Zealand Northern Districts
14 Daryl Tuffey 11 June 1978 RHB Right arm fast medium 44 New Zealand Northern Districts
11 Daniel Vettori 27 January 1979 LHB Slow left arm orthodox 99 New Zealand Northern Districts
8 Lou Vincent (wk) 11 November 1978 RHB Right arm medium 47 New Zealand Auckland

South Africa

Coach: Eric Simons

No. Name Date of birth Batting Bowling style ODIs[6] Domestic team
7 Shaun Pollock (c) 16 July 1973 RHB Right arm fast medium 180 South Africa KwaZulu-Natal
12 Nicky Boje 20 March 1973 LHB Slow left arm orthodox 85 South Africa Free State
9 Mark Boucher (wk) 6 December 1976 RHB Right arm medium 137 South Africa Border
77 Boeta Dippenaar 14 June 1977 RHB Right arm off spin 50 South Africa Free State
10 Allan Donald 20 October 1966 RHB Right arm fast 161 South Africa Free State
00 Herschelle Gibbs 23 February 1974 RHB Right arm medium 117 South Africa Western Province
99 Andrew Hall 31 July 1975 RHB Right arm fast medium 26 South Africa Northerns
65 Jacques Kallis 16 October 1975 RHB Right arm fast medium 168 South Africa Western Province
1 Gary Kirsten 23 November 1967 LHB Right arm off spin 179 South Africa Western Province
69 Lance Klusener 4 September 1971 LHB Right arm fast medium 149 South Africa KwaZulu-Natal
67 Charl Langeveldt 17 December 1974 RHB Right arm fast medium 3 South Africa Boland
16 Makhaya Ntini 6 July 1977 RHB Right arm fast 62 South Africa Border
13 Robin Peterson 4 August 1979 LHB Slow left arm orthodox 6 South Africa Eastern Province
8 Jonty Rhodes 27 July 1969 RHB Right arm medium 243 South Africa KwaZulu-Natal
15 Graeme Smith 1 February 1981 LHB Right arm off spin 19 South Africa Western Province
14 Monde Zondeki 25 July 1982 RHB Right arm fast 2 South Africa Border
  • Graeme Smith replaced Jonty Rhodes on 13 February 2003[13]

Sri Lanka

Coach: Dav Whatmore

No. Name Date of birth Batting Bowling style ODIs[6] Domestic team
07 Sanath Jayasuriya (c) 30 June 1969 LHB Slow left arm orthodox 287 Sri Lanka Bloomfield
69 Russel Arnold 25 October 1973 LHB Right arm off spin 109 Sri Lanka Nondescripts
46 Marvan Atapattu 22 November 1970 RHB Right arm leg spin 180 Sri Lanka Sinhalese SC
21 Charitha Buddhika 22 August 1980 RHB Right arm medium fast 14 Sri Lanka Panadura
23 Aravinda de Silva 17 October 1965 RHB Right arm off spin 298 Sri Lanka Nondescripts
26 Dilhara Fernando 19 July 1979 RHB Right arm fast 45 Sri Lanka Sinhalese SC
27 Pulasthi Gunaratne 27 September 1973 RHB Right arm fast medium 17 Sri Lanka Tamil Union
66 Avishka Gunawardene 26 May 1977 LHB Unknown 40 Sri Lanka Sinhalese SC
92 Mahela Jayawardene 27 May 1977 RHB Right arm medium 131 Sri Lanka Sinhalese SC
11 Jehan Mubarak 10 January 1981 LHB Right arm off spin 5 Sri Lanka Colombo
08 Muttiah Muralitharan 17 April 1972 RHB Right arm off spin 203 Sri Lanka Tamil Union
25 Prabath Nissanka 25 October 1980 RHB Right arm medium fast 11 Sri Lanka Bloomfield
84 Kumar Sangakkara (wk) 27 October 1977 LHB Right arm off spin 75 Sri Lanka Nondescripts
09 Hashan Tillakaratne 14 July 1967 LHB Right arm off spin 188 Sri Lanka Nondescripts
22 Chaminda Vaas 27 January 1974 LHB Left arm fast medium 210 Sri Lanka Colts

West Indies

Coach: Roger Harper

No. Name Date of birth Batting Bowling style ODIs[6] Domestic team
4 Carl Hooper (c) 15 December 1966 RHB Right arm off spin 221 Guyana Guyana
6 Shivnarine Chanderpaul 16 August 1974 LHB Right arm leg spin 126 Guyana Guyana
17 Pedro Collins 12 August 1976 RHB Left arm fast medium 20 Barbados Barbados
32 Corey Collymore 21 December 1977 RHB Right arm fast medium 31 Barbados Barbados
23 Mervyn Dillon 5 June 1974 RHB Right arm fast medium 74 Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago
48 Vasbert Drakes 5 August 1969 RHB Right arm medium fast 17 Barbados Barbados
45 Chris Gayle 21 September 1979 LHB Right arm off spin 62 Jamaica Jamaica
68 Wavell Hinds 7 September 1976 LHB Right arm medium 64 Jamaica Jamaica
7 Ridley Jacobs (wk) 26 November 1967 LHB Unknown 112 Antigua and Barbuda Leeward Islands
9 Brian Lara 2 May 1969 LHB Right arm leg spin 203 Trinidad and Tobago Trinidad and Tobago
38 Jermaine Lawson 13 January 1982 RHB Right arm fast medium 5 Jamaica Jamaica
77 Nixon McLean 20 July 1973 LHB Right arm fast medium 44 Saint Vincent and the Grenadines Windward Islands
34 Ricardo Powell 16 December 1978 RHB Right arm off spin 58 Jamaica Jamaica
52 Marlon Samuels 5 January 1981 RHB Right arm off spin 39 Jamaica Jamaica
53 Ramnaresh Sarwan 23 June 1980 RHB Right arm leg spin 29 Guyana Guyana
  • Marlon Samuels was replaced by Ryan Hinds on 29 January 2003,[14] but was reinstated on 8 February 2003[15]

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  2. ^ "Australia announces squad". Cricinfo.com. 31 December 2002. Retrieved 2 June 2007.
  3. ^ "Injured Watson ruled out of World Cup". Cricinfo.com. 25 January 2003. Retrieved 24 November 2006.
  4. ^ "Mallett tells Hauritz to change his ways". Cricinfo.com. 24 February 2003. Retrieved 24 November 2006.
  5. ^ "Ponting says Dizzy will be sorely missed". Cricinfo.com. 5 March 2003. Retrieved 24 November 2006.
  6. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n Number of ODIs played up to 8 February 2003.
  7. ^ "England World Cup squad announced". ESPNcricinfo. 31 December 2002. Retrieved 2 June 2007.
  8. ^ "Dinesh Mongia in, Laxman out of World Cup team". The Hindu. 30 December 2002. Archived from the original on 18 April 2003. Retrieved 20 July 2018.
  9. ^ "2003 World Cup in South Africa – Namibia Squad". Cricinfo.com. Retrieved 24 November 2006.
  10. ^ "2003 World Cup in South Africa – Netherlands Squad". Cricinfo.com. Retrieved 24 November 2006.
  11. ^ a b "Technical committee consents to two Zimbabwe replacements". Cricinfo.com. 10 March 2003. Retrieved 24 November 2006.
  12. ^ "ICC Technical Committee confirms Bangladesh player replacement". Cricinfo.com. 19 February 2003. Retrieved 24 November 2006.
  13. ^ "Rhodes out of World Cup, Smith gets call-up". Cricinfo.com. 13 February 2003. Retrieved 24 November 2006.
  14. ^ "Ryan Hinds gets his chance". Cricinfo.com. 29 January 2003. Retrieved 24 November 2006.
  15. ^ "ICC Technical Committee reinstate Marlon Samuels". Cricinfo.com. 8 February 2003. Retrieved 24 November 2006.
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