Cricket: Cullinan piles on runs

South Africa 562-5 v New Zealand

Where the blockbusters belong

London once struggled to compete with Paris as the European venue for the biggest exhibitions. But as Monet, Ingres and Pollock come to town, Charlotte Mullins finds out what's changed

Where it was hip to drip

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Cricket: Kirsten leads run charge

New Zealand 220-9 South Africa 224-3 South Africa win by 7 wkts

Cricket: Cronje crushes Windies

South Africa 273 West Indies 159 South Africa won by 114 runs

Cricket: W Indies collapse to lose series

South Africa 221-8 West Indies 192 S Africa win by 89 runs

Cricket: West Indies suffer first whitewash

South Africa 313 & 399-5 dec West Indies 144 & 217 S Africa win by 351 runs

Cricket: Kallis piles on pain for tourists

S Africa 406-8 dec & 226-7 dec West Indies 212 & 93-6

Cricket: W Indies feel fury of South African backlash

West Indies 198 & 259 South Africa 213 & 147-1 S Africa win by nine wickets

Cricket: W Indies founder as catches turn tide

West Indies 198 & 246-8 South Africa 312

Cricket: Rhodes takes safety course

West Indies 198 South Africa 292-8

Restaurants: Where shall we meet in The Tate Gallery?

I was once talking to a rather oversexed American PhD student called, of all things, Herb. How did he like England, I asked. "Awful," he replied. "How so?" "The women," he said, "they're so unfriendly." "Are they? In what way?" "Well, in the States all you have to do to pick up a chick," he said, "is go to a bookshop. You can score in 20 minutes in bookshops in New York. I spent the whole morning in Hatchards the other day, and I didn't get laid once."

Football: Brown prevents another black day

Manchester City 1 Darlington 0 After extra time

Cricket: W Indies suffer as fever hits Wallace

South Africa 245 & 195 West Indies 121 & 141 South Africa win by 178 runs
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