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SPORT CRICKET
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September 03, 2005
Hampshire bowler Andy Bichel (L) celebrates the wicket of Warwickshire's Trevor Penney (R), caught by...
London, UK
Hampshire's Bichel celebrates wicket of Warwickshire's Penney in one-day cricket final at Lords.
Hampshire bowler Andy Bichel (L) celebrates the wicket of Warwickshire's Trevor Penney (R), caught by Nic Pothas (C) for three during their C&G Trophy one-day cricket final against Warwickshire at Lords, in London, September 3, 2005. REUTERS/Toby Melville TM/RD/DY
SPORT CRICKET WORLD
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January 26, 2005
World XI bowler Bichel encourages the crowd to copy his press up during a one-day cricket match against...
Hamilton
World XI bowler Bichel encourages the crowd to copy his press up during a one-day cricket match ...
World XI bowler Bichel encourages the crowd to copy his press up during a one-day cricket match against New Zealand in Hamilton. World XI bowler Andy Bichel of Australia encourages the crowd to copy his one handed press up during a one-day cricket match against New Zealand in Hamilton January 26, 2005. New Zealand won the match by four wickets to win the series 2-1. Some proceeds of this match will be donated to countries devastated by the December 26, 2004 Indian Ocean tsunami. REUTERS/Simon Baker
AP
RTR113MX
January 24, 2005
World XI bowler Andy Bichel of Australia celebrates taking the wicket of New Zealand's Craig McMillan...
Wellington
World XI bowler Andy Bichel of Australia celebrates taking the wicket of New Zealand's Craig ...
World XI bowler Andy Bichel of Australia celebrates taking the wicket of New Zealand's Craig McMillan in Wellington. World XI bowler Andy Bichel (L) of Australia celebrates taking the wicket of New Zealand's Craig McMillan for a duck during their one day international cricket match in Wellington, January 24, 2005. Some proceeds of the match are going to the countries devastated by the December 26, 2004 quake-triggered tsunami. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps
AP
RTR113MD
January 24, 2005
World XI bowler Andy Bichel of Australia celebrates taking the wicket of New Zealand's Nathan Astle in...
Wellington
World XI bowler Andy Bichel of Australia celebrates taking the wicket of New Zealand's Nathan ...
World XI bowler Andy Bichel of Australia celebrates taking the wicket of New Zealand's Nathan Astle in Wellington. World XI bowler Andy Bichel (R) of Australia celebrates taking the wicket of New Zealand's Nathan Astle during their one day international cricket match in Wellington, January 24, 2005. Some proceeds of the match are going to the countries devastated by the December 26, 2004 quake-triggered tsunami. REUTERS/Anthony Phelps
SPORT CRICKET INDIA
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January 22, 2004
Brett Lee of Australia (R) celebrates with teammate Andy Bichel (2nd L) as India's Raoul Dravid looks...
Sydney, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S BRETT LEE CELEBRATES HITTING THE WINNING RUNS AGAINST INDIA IN SYDNEY.
Brett Lee of Australia (R) celebrates with teammate Andy Bichel (2nd L) as India's Raoul Dravid looks on after Lee steered Australia to victory over India at the Sydney Cricket Ground January 22, 2004. Australia beat India by two wickets in a rain affected match. REUTERS/Will Burgess WB/TW
SPORT CRICKET INDIA
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January 22, 2004
Australia's Andy Bichel (L) leaps for and misses a catch as Indian century makers V.V.S. Laxman (2nd...
Sydney, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S ANDY BICHEL LEAPS AND MISSES CATCH AGAINST INDIA IN SYDNEY.
Australia's Andy Bichel (L) leaps for and misses a catch as Indian century makers V.V.S. Laxman (2nd R) and Yuvraj Singh look on during a day-night game between India and Australia in Sydney January 22, 2004. India made 296 runs with the loss of four wickets in their 50 overs. REUTERS/Will Burgess PP04010072 WB/FA
SPORT CRICKET INDIA
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January 22, 2004
Australia's Andy Bichel (R) appeals unsuccessfully for the wicket of India's Parthiv Patel (C) during...
Australia
AUSTRALIA'S ANDY BICHEL APPEALS FOR WICKET AGAINST INDIA IN SYDNEY.
Australia's Andy Bichel (R) appeals unsuccessfully for the wicket of India's Parthiv Patel (C) during a day-night game in Sydney January 22, 2004. Rain interrupted play as India are 3 wickets for 136 runs. REUTERS/Will Burgess WB
SPORT CRICKET ZIMBABWE
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January 16, 2004
AUSTRALIAN PLAYERS CELEBRATE TAKING THE WICKET OF ZIMBABWE'S ERVINE AT A ONE DAY INTERNATIONAL IN HOBART....
Hobart, Australia
AUSTRALIAN PLAYERS CELEBRATE TAKING THE WICKET OF ZIMBABWE'S ERVINE AT A ONE DAY INTERNATIONAL IN ......
AUSTRALIAN PLAYERS CELEBRATE TAKING THE WICKET OF ZIMBABWE'S ERVINE AT A ONE DAY INTERNATIONAL IN HOBART. Australian bowler Brad Hogg (R) smiles after he and Andy Bichel combined to take the wicket of Zimbabwe's Sean Ervine, caught out, for eight runs during a one day international match against Australia in Hobart on January 16, 2004. Australia won by 148 runs. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne
SPORT CRICKET ZIMBABWE
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January 16, 2004
Australian bowler Andy Bichel (L) dives to stop the ball as Zimbabwe's grant Flower runs past during...
Hobart, Australia
BICHEL DIVES FOR THE BALL AT ONE DAY INTERNATIONAL IN HOBART.
Australian bowler Andy Bichel (L) dives to stop the ball as Zimbabwe's grant Flower runs past during a one day international match against Australia in Hobart on January 16, 2004. Australia won by 148 runs. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne TBW/TW
SPORT CRICKET INDIA
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January 09, 2004
AUSTRALIA'S MICHAEL CLARKE TAKES A CATCH IN THE OUTFIELD DURING THE ONE-DAY GAME AGAINST INDIA IN MELBOURNE....
Melbourne, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S MICHAEL CLARKE TAKES A CATCH IN THE OUTFIELD DURING THE ONE-DAY GAME AGAINST INDIA IN ......
AUSTRALIA'S MICHAEL CLARKE TAKES A CATCH IN THE OUTFIELD DURING THE ONE-DAY GAME AGAINST INDIA IN MELBOURNE. Australia's Michael Clarke (C) celebrates with Andy Bichel (R) as Matthew Hayden (L) runs in during the one-day international match against India in Melbourne, January 9, 2004. Australia won the game by 18 runs after India was bowled out in the 48th over for 270 runs. REUTERS/David Callow
SPORT CRICKET INDIA
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January 09, 2004
India's Anil Kumble (L) appeals to the umpire for LBW against Australia's batsman Andy Bichel (R) during...
Melbourne, Australia
INDIA'S ANIL KUMBLE APPEALS FOR LBW IN THE ONE-DAY MATCH AGAINST AUSTRALIA GAME IN MELBOURNE.
India's Anil Kumble (L) appeals to the umpire for LBW against Australia's batsman Andy Bichel (R) during the first session of play in the one-day international in Melbourne, January 9, 2004. REUTERS/David Callow DC/DL
SPORT CRICKET INDIA
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December 16, 2003
INDIA'S DRAVID CELEBRATES HITTING THE WINNING RUNS AT THE END OF THE FIFTH DAY OF THE SECOND TEST AGAINST...
Adelaide, Australia
INDIA'S DRAVID CELEBRATES HITTING THE WINNING RUNS AT THE END OF THE FIFTH DAY OF THE SECOND TEST ......
INDIA'S DRAVID CELEBRATES HITTING THE WINNING RUNS AT THE END OF THE FIFTH DAY OF THE SECOND TEST AGAINST AUSTRALIA AT THE ADELAIDE OVAL. India's Rahul Dravid celebrates after hitting the winning runs as Australia's Andy Bichel walks off at the end of the fifth day of the second test at the Adelaide Oval December 16, 2003. India won the match by four wickets to lead the best-of-four test series 1-0. REUTERS/David Gray
SPORT CRICKET INDIA
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December 16, 2003
AUSTRALIA'S BICHEL TRIES TO STOP BALL HIT BY INDIA'S TENDULKAR ON THE FIFTH DAY OF THE SECOND TEST AT...
Adelaide, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S BICHEL TRIES TO STOP BALL HIT BY INDIA'S TENDULKAR ON THE FIFTH DAY OF THE SECOND ...
AUSTRALIA'S BICHEL TRIES TO STOP BALL HIT BY INDIA'S TENDULKAR ON THE FIFTH DAY OF THE SECOND TEST AT THE ADELAIDE OVAL. Australia's Andy Bichel (R) tries to stop a ball hit by India's Sachin Tendulkar during the fifth day of the second test at the Adelaide Oval December 16, 2003. India started the day at no wicket for 37 runs, requiring a further 193 runs to win after Australia were all out for 196 runs in their second innings. REUTERS/David Gray
SPORT CRICKET INDIA
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December 15, 2003
AUSTRALIA'S BICHEL IS BOWLED FOR ONE RUN ON THE FOURTH DAY OF THE SECOND TEST AGAINST INDIA AT THE ADELAIDE...
Adelaide, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S BICHEL IS BOWLED FOR ONE RUN ON THE FOURTH DAY OF THE SECOND TEST AGAINST INDIA AT ...
AUSTRALIA'S BICHEL IS BOWLED FOR ONE RUN ON THE FOURTH DAY OF THE SECOND TEST AGAINST INDIA AT THE ADELAIDE OVAL. Australia's Andy Bichel is bowled for one run by India's Ajit Agarka during the fourth day of the second test at the Adelaide Oval December 15, 2003. Australia were all out for 196 runs in their second innings, leaving India 230 runs for victory. REUTERS/David Gray
SPORT CRICKET INDIA
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December 14, 2003
INDIA'S DRAVID HITS THE BALL PAST AUSTRALIA'S BICHEL DURING THE THIRD DAY OF THE SECOND TEST AT THE ADELAIDE...
Adelaide, Australia
INDIA'S DRAVID HITS THE BALL PAST AUSTRALIA'S BICHEL DURING THE THIRD DAY OF THE SECOND TEST AT ...
INDIA'S DRAVID HITS THE BALL PAST AUSTRALIA'S BICHEL DURING THE THIRD DAY OF THE SECOND TEST AT THE ADELAIDE OVAL. India's Rahul Dravid (L) hits the ball past a diving Andy Bichel from Australia during the third day of the second test at the Adelaide Oval December 14, 2003. India finished the day at seven wickets for 477 runs, with Dravid on 199 not out. India are chasing Australia's first innings total of 556 runs. REUTERS/David Gray
SPORT CRICKET INDIA
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December 14, 2003
Australia's wicket-keeper Adam Gilchrist (2nd from left) celebrates with teammate Andy Bichel, Justin...
Adelaide, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S GILCHRIST HUGS TEAMMATE BICHEL AFTER DISMISSING INDIA'S LAXMAN IN ADELAIDE.
Australia's wicket-keeper Adam Gilchrist (2nd from left) celebrates with teammate Andy Bichel, Justin Langer (L) and Matthew Hayden after they dismissed India's VVS Laxman (R) for 148 runs during the third day of the second test at the Adelaide Oval December 14, 2003. India started the day at four wickets for 180 runs, chasing Australia first innings total of 556 runs. REUTERS/David Gray DG/TW
SPORT CRICKET INDIA
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December 14, 2003
Australia's Andy Bichel celebrates dismissing India's VVS Laxman for 148 runs during the third day of...
Adelaide, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S BICHEL CELEBRATES DISMISSING INDIA'S LAXMAN IN ADELAIDE.
Australia's Andy Bichel celebrates dismissing India's VVS Laxman for 148 runs during the third day of the second test at the Adelaide Oval December 14, 2003. India started the day at four wickets for 180 runs, chasing Australia first innings total of 556 runs. REUTERS/David Gray DG/TW
SPORT CRICKET INDIA
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December 14, 2003
Australia's wicket-keeper Adam Gilchrist hugs teammate Andy Bichel after they dismissed India's VVS Laxman...
Adelaide, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S GILCHRIST HUGS TEAMMATE BICHEL IN ADELAIDE.
Australia's wicket-keeper Adam Gilchrist hugs teammate Andy Bichel after they dismissed India's VVS Laxman for 148 runs during the third day of the second test at the Adelaide Oval December 14, 2003. India started the day at four wickets for 180 runs, chasing Australia first innings total of 556 runs. REUTERS/David Gray DG
SPORT CRICKET INDIA
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December 13, 2003
Australia's Andy Bichel (C) celebrates with teammates Adam Gilchrist (L) and Matthew Hayden after dismissing...
Adelaide, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S BICHEL CELEBRATES WITH TEAM-MATES IN ADELAIDE.
Australia's Andy Bichel (C) celebrates with teammates Adam Gilchrist (L) and Matthew Hayden after dismissing India's Virender Sehwag for 47 runs during the second day of the second test against India at the Adelaide Oval December 13, 2003. Australia were all out 556 runs in their first innings. REUTERS/David Gray DG/TW
SPORT CRICKET INDIA
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December 13, 2003
Australia's Andy Bichel (R) celebrates after catching India's Akash Chopra (L) for 27 runs during the...
Adelaide, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S BICHEL CELEBRATES AFTER DISMISSING INDIA'S CHOPRA IN ADELAIDE.
Australia's Andy Bichel (R) celebrates after catching India's Akash Chopra (L) for 27 runs during the second day of the second test against India at the Adelaide Oval December 13, 2003. Australia were all out 556 runs in their first innings. REUTERS/David Gray DG/TW
SPORT CRICKET INDIA
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December 13, 2003
Australia's Andy Bichel (L) catches India's Akash Chopra (R) for 27 runs during the second day of the...
Adelaide, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S BICHEL CATCHES INDIA'S CHOPRA IN ADELAIDE.
Australia's Andy Bichel (L) catches India's Akash Chopra (R) for 27 runs during the second day of the second test against India at the Adelaide Oval December 13, 2003. Australia were all out 556 runs in their first innings. REUTERS/David Gray DG/TW
SPORT CRICKET INDIA
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December 13, 2003
AUSTRALIA'S BICHEL CELEBRATES AFTER DISMISSING INDIA'S SEHWAG DURING THE SECOND DAY OF THE SECOND TEST...
Adelaide, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S BICHEL CELEBRATES AFTER DISMISSING INDIA'S SEHWAG DURING THE SECOND DAY OF THE SECOND ......
AUSTRALIA'S BICHEL CELEBRATES AFTER DISMISSING INDIA'S SEHWAG DURING THE SECOND DAY OF THE SECOND TEST AT THE ADELAIDE OVAL. Australia's Andy Bichel celebrates after dismissing India's Virender Sehwag for 47 runs during the second day of the second test against India at the Adelaide Oval December 13, 2003. Australia were all out 556 runs in their first innings. REUTERS/David Gray
SPORT CRICKET INDIA
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December 13, 2003
AUSTRALIA'S BICHEL CELEBRATES AFTER DISMISSING INDIA'S SEHWAG DURING THE SECOND DAY OF THE SECOND TEST...
Adelaide, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S BICHEL CELEBRATES AFTER DISMISSING INDIA'S SEHWAG DURING THE SECOND DAY OF THE SECOND ......
AUSTRALIA'S BICHEL CELEBRATES AFTER DISMISSING INDIA'S SEHWAG DURING THE SECOND DAY OF THE SECOND TEST AT THE ADELAIDE OVAL. Australia's Andy Bichel (R) celebrates after dismissing India's Virender Sehwag (L) for 47 runs during the second day of the second test against India at the Adelaide Oval December 13, 2003. Australia were all out 556 runs in their first innings. REUTERS/David Gray
SPORT CRICKET INDIA
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December 11, 2003
Australia's Andy Bichel sits down and watches his team-mates during a
training session at the Adelaide...
Adelaide, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S ANDY BICHEL WATCHES TRAINING SESSION ON THE ADELAIDE OVAL.
Australia's Andy Bichel sits down and watches his team-mates during a
training session at the Adelaide Oval December 11, 2003. Bichel may be
replaced for the second test against India starting tomorrow, after
returning disapointing bowling figures in the first test. REUTERS/David
Gray

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SPORT CRICKET INDIA
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December 05, 2003
Indian players congratulate Agit Agarkar (2nd L) after he took the
wicket of Andy Bichel (not shown)...
Brisbane, Australia
INDIAN PLAYERS CELEBRATE AFTER TAKING BICHEL'S WICKET AT BRISBANE
CRICKET GROUND.
Indian players congratulate Agit Agarkar (2nd L) after he took the
wicket of Andy Bichel (not shown) for 11 runs on day two of the first
test between India and Australia at the Brisbane Cricket Ground on
December 5, 2003. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne

TBW/TW
SPORT CRICKET INDIA
RTRQSZZ
December 05, 2003
India's Agit Agarkar jumps in the air after getting the wicket of Andy
Bichel (L) for 11 runs on day...
Brisbane, Australia
AGARKAR GETS THE WICKET OF BICHEL AT THE BRISBANE CRICKET GROUND.
India's Agit Agarkar jumps in the air after getting the wicket of Andy
Bichel (L) for 11 runs on day two of the first test between India and
Australia at the Brisbane Cricket Ground December 5, 2003. REUTERS/Tim
Wimborne

TBW/FA
SPORT CRICKET INDIA
RTRQSZA
December 05, 2003
Australian bowler Andy Bichel (L) talks to Brisbane Cricket Ground
chief grounds keeper Kev Mitchell...
Brisbane, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S ANDY BICHEL TALKS TO A GROUNDS KEEPER IN THE RAIN AT THE
BRISBANE CRICKET GROUND.
Australian bowler Andy Bichel (L) talks to Brisbane Cricket Ground
chief grounds keeper Kev Mitchell about the weather during a stop in
play on day two of the first test between India and Australia at the
Brisbane Cricket Ground on December 5, 2003. REUTERS/Tim Wimborne

TBW/CP
SPORT CRICKET AUSTRALIA
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November 18, 2003
Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar (R) looks his stump after being bowled
out, while Australia's Andy Bichel...
Calcutta, India
INDIAN BATSMAN SACHIN TENDULKAR LOOKS HIS STUMP AFTER BOWLED OUT IN
CALCUTTA.
Indian batsman Sachin Tendulkar (R) looks his stump after being bowled
out, while Australia's Andy Bichel (L) celebrates during the final
one-day match of the tri-nation tournament between Australia and India
in Calcutta November 18, 2003. Australia beat India by 37 runs in the
tri-series final at the Eden Gardens in Calcutta. REUTERS/Sucheta Das

JS/AA
RTRQLGA
November 18, 2003
Australian cricket captain Ricky Ponting (R) Andy Bichel (L) and Andrew
Symonds (C) celebrate after...
India
AUSTRALIAN CRICKET CAPTAIN PONTING CELEBRATES DISMISSAL OF INDIA'S
TENDULKAR IN CALCUTTA.
Australian cricket captain Ricky Ponting (R) Andy Bichel (L) and Andrew
Symonds (C) celebrate after the dismissing of Indian batsman Sachin
Tendulkar (not pictured) during the final one-day match of the
tri-nation tournament between Australia and India in Calcutta November
18, 2003. Australia beat India by 37 runs in the tri-series final at
the Eden Gardens in Calcutta. REUTERS/Sucheta Das

JS/AA
SPORTS CRICKET AUSTRALIA
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November 15, 2003
Australian cricket coach,John Buccanan and players (L-R) Ian Harvey,
Andy Bichel, Michlel Kasprowicz,...
Calcutta, Republic of India
AUSTRALIAN CRICKET PLAYERS PLAY RUGBY IN CALCUTTA.
Australian cricket coach,John Buccanan and players (L-R) Ian Harvey,
Andy Bichel, Michlel Kasprowicz, Andrew Symonds, Michael Bevan and
captain Ricky Ponting play rugby during a practice session in Calcutta
on November 15, 2003. Australia will play the final one-day match of
the tri-nation tournament on November 18. REUTERS/Sucheta Das

JS/FA
SPORTS CRICKET AUSTRALIA
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November 15, 2003
Australian cricket player Andy Bichel (L) warms up with his teammates
during a practice session in Calcutta...
Calcutta, Republic of India
AUSTRALIAN CRICKET PLAYER ANDY BICHEL WARMS UP WITH HIS TEAMMATES
DURING A PRACTICE SESSION IN CALCUTTA....
Australian cricket player Andy Bichel (L) warms up with his teammates
during a practice session in Calcutta on November 15, 2003. Australia
will play the final one-day match of the tri-nation tournament on
November 18. REUTERS/Sucheta Das

JS/FA
SPORT CRICKET TRIANGULAR
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November 03, 2003
Australia cricketer Andy Bichel unsuccessfully appeals for LBW of New
Zealand's Stephen Fleming (L)...
Pune, Republic of India
AUSTRALIAN CRICKETER ANDY BICHEL APPEALS FOR LBW AGAINST NEW ZEALAND IN
PUNE.
Australia cricketer Andy Bichel unsuccessfully appeals for LBW of New
Zealand's Stephen Fleming (L) during their one-day triangular series in
Pune November 3, 2003. New Zealand made 258 for nine wickets in their
50 overs against Australia after being put in to bat in the fifth game
of the one-day triangular series on Monday. REUTERS/Arko Datta

AD/DL
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October 29, 2003
New Zealand captain Stephen Fleming (R) misses a ball as Australian
fielder Andy Bichel watches in the...
India
NEW ZEALAND CAPTAIN STEPHEN FLEMING MISSES A BALL IN FARIDABAD.
New Zealand captain Stephen Fleming (R) misses a ball as Australian
fielder Andy Bichel watches in the third one-dayer of the triangular
series in Faridabad, October 29, 2003. REUTERS/Kamal Kishore

KK/RCS
SPORT CRICKET TRIANGULAR
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October 29, 2003
Australian bowler Brad Williams (L) celebrates with teammates Andy
Bichel and Andy Symonds (R) after...
Faridabad, Republic of India
AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS CELEBRATE IN FARIDABAD, INDIA.
Australian bowler Brad Williams (L) celebrates with teammates Andy
Bichel and Andy Symonds (R) after taking the wicket of a New Zealand
batsman in the third one-dayer of the triangular series in Faridabad,
October 29, 2003. India is the third country taking part in the game.
REUTERS/Kamal Kishore

KK/TW
SPORT CRICKET ZIMBABWE
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October 20, 2003
Australia's Ricky Ponting (R) holds his hand over his heart as he
explains to teammates (L-R) Steve...
Sydney, Australia
PONTING CELEBRATES WICKET DURING CRICKET TEST IN SYDNEY.
Australia's Ricky Ponting (R) holds his hand over his heart as he
explains to teammates (L-R) Steve Waugh, Simon Katich, Andy Bichel
(back to camera), Brad Williams, Matthew Hayden, Brad Hogg (back to
camera) and Adam Gilchrist how he took the catch to dismiss Tatenda
Taibu for 35 runs during the second cricket Test between Australia and
Zimbabwe at the Sydney Cricket Ground October 20, 2003. REUTERS/Will
Burgess

WB/DL
AUSTRALIA CRICKET ZIMBABWE
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October 19, 2003
Simon Katich (3rd L) is congratulated by Brad Williams (2nd L) as
Australian team mates (L-R) Adam Gilchrist,...
Sydney, Australia
SIMON KATICH CELEBRATES WICKET DURING CRICKET TEST IN SYDNEY.
Simon Katich (3rd L) is congratulated by Brad Williams (2nd L) as
Australian team mates (L-R) Adam Gilchrist, Justin Langer, Andy Bichel,
Damien Martyn, Ricky Ponting, Brad Hogg, Nathan Bracken and Matthew
Hayden move in to celebrate Katich dismissing Zimbabwe's Stuart
Carlisle for five runs during the second cricket test between Australia
and Zimbabwe at the Sydney Cricket Ground October 19, 2003. Australia
trail Zimbabwe by 56 runs after bad light stopped play on the third
day's play. REUTERS/Will Burgess

WB/TW
CRICKET SPORT ZIMBABWE
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October 18, 2003
Tailend batsman Raymond Price of Zimbabwe (L) walks from the pitch as
Australians Andy Bichel (R) and...
Sydney, Australia
AUSTRALIANS CELEBRATE AS PRICE OF ZIMBABWE WALKS AWAY IN SECOND CRICKET
TEST IN SYDNEY.
Tailend batsman Raymond Price of Zimbabwe (L) walks from the pitch as
Australians Andy Bichel (R) and Brad Williams (2nd R) celebrate during
their second and final cricket Test match at the Sydney Cricket Ground
October 18, 2003. Price made 20 runs before he was caught by Williams
off the bowling of Bichel. Zimbabwe made 308 runs in their first
innings. REUTERS/Will Burgess

WB/DL
SPORT CRICKET ZIMBABWE
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October 17, 2003
Andy Bichel of Australia (C) is congratulated by team mates (L-R) Brad
Hogg, Matthew Hayden, Simon Katich...
Sydney, Australia
AUSTRALIA'S BICHEL CELEBRATES WITH TEAM MATES AFTER TAKING WICKET IN
SECOND CRICKET TEST IN SYDNEY.
Andy Bichel of Australia (C) is congratulated by team mates (L-R) Brad
Hogg, Matthew Hayden, Simon Katich and Damien Martyn after taking his
first delivery wicket of Zimbabwe's Trevor Gripper who was caught by
Adam Gilchrist for 15 runs during the second cricket test between
Australia and Zimbabwe at the Sydney Cricket Ground October 17, 2003.
REUTERS/Will Burgess

WB/CP
SPORT CRICKET
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May 12, 2003
Australian bowler Andy Bichel reacts after a close out on West Indies
batsman Shivnarine Chanderpaul...
St Johns, Antigua and Barbuda
AUSTRALIAN BOWLER BICHEL REACTS.
Australian bowler Andy Bichel reacts after a close out on West Indies
batsman Shivnarine Chanderpaul during play on the fourth day of the
final test in St. John's, Antigua May 12, 2003. Chanderpaul was 103 not
out by days end. REUTERS/Andy Clark

AC/ME
SPORT CRICKET
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May 09, 2003
Australia's Andy Bichel (L) jumps in the air after taking the second
wicket against West Indies during...
St Johns, Antigua and Barbuda
AUSTRALIAN ANDY BICHEL CELEBRATES WICKET AGAINST WEST INDIES DURING
TEST IN ANTIGUA.
Australia's Andy Bichel (L) jumps in the air after taking the second
wicket against West Indies during play on the first day of the final
test in St. John's, Antigua, May 9, 2003. West Indies Daren Ganga was
caught out for six. By days end, Australia was all out for 240 with
West Indies into bat at 47 for two. REUTERS/Andy Clark

AC
SPORT CRICKET
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May 05, 2003
Australian bowler Andy Bichel (R) appels LBW on West Indies' Captain
Brian Lara (L) during play on the...
Bridgetown, Barbados
AUSTRALIAS BICHEL CELEBRATES TAKING WICKET OF WEST INDIES LARA DURING
BARBADOS TEST.
Australian bowler Andy Bichel (R) appels LBW on West Indies' Captain
Brian Lara (L) during play on the final day of the third test in
Bridgetown, Barbados, May 5, 2003. Lara was LBW for 42. REUTERS/Andy
Clark

AC/HB
SPORT CRICKET
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May 05, 2003
Australian bowler Andy Bichel (L) leaps in the air in front of teammate
Adam Gilchrist after he took...
Bridgetown, Barbados
AUSTRALIAS BICHEL CELEBRATES TAKING WICKET OF WEST INDIES LARA DURING
BARBADOS TEST.
Australian bowler Andy Bichel (L) leaps in the air in front of teammate
Adam Gilchrist after he took the wicket of West Indies Captain Brian
Lara during play on the final day of the third test in Bridgetown,
Barbados May 5, 2003. Lara was LBW for 42. REUTERS/Andy Clark

AC/HB
SPORT CRICKET
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May 04, 2003
West Indies' Tino Best avoids a bouncer from Australia's Andy Bichel
during play on the fourth day of...
Bridgetown, Barbados
WEST INDIES TINO BEST AVOIDS A BOUNCER DURING TEST AGAINST AUSTRALIA IN
BARBADOS.
West Indies' Tino Best avoids a bouncer from Australia's Andy Bichel
during play on the fourth day of the third test in Bridgetown,
Barbados, May 4, 2003. Best was 20 not out in first innings as West
Indies failed to score the required runs and was forced into the follow
on by Australia. REUTERS/Andy Clark

AC/HB
SPORT CRICKET
RTR13EEX
May 03, 2003
Australia's Andt Bichel (R) appeals an LBW on West Indies Carleton
Baugh (L) during play on the third...
Bridgetown, Barbados
AUSTRALIAS ANDY BICHEL APPEALS LBW DURING PLAY AGAINST WEST INDIES IN
BARBADOS.
Australia's Andt Bichel (R) appeals an LBW on West Indies Carleton
Baugh (L) during play on the third day of the third test in Bridgetown,
Barbados, May 3, 2003. Bichel did not get the appeal. By days end West
Indies 291 for eight and need another 115 runs to avoid the follow on.
REUTERS/Andy Clark

AC/GAC
SPORT CRICKET
RTR13BMK
April 29, 2003
Australia's Andy Bichel (L) and Brett Le joke during a break in their
team training at Cave Hill grounds...
Bridgetown, Barbados
AUSTRALIAN CRICKETERS BICHEL AND LEE JOKE DURING BREAK IN TEAM TRAINING
IN BARBADOS.
Australia's Andy Bichel (L) and Brett Le joke during a break in their
team training at Cave Hill grounds in Barbados, April 29, 2003.
Australia will meet West Indies in the third of four tests at
Kensington Oval in Bridgetown beginning May 1. REUTERS/Andy Clark

AC/HB
SPORT CRICKET
RTR12TNM
March 23, 2003
Australian captain Ricky Ponting (R) goes down on his knees to
celebrate victory, as Andy Bichel lifts...
Johannesburg, South Africa
AUSTRALIAN CAPTAIN RICKY PONTING GOES ONTO HIS KNEES AFTER WINNING
WORLD CUP AGAINST INDIA.
Australian captain Ricky Ponting (R) goes down on his knees to
celebrate victory, as Andy Bichel lifts up team mate Darren Lehmann who
caught Indian batsman Zaheer Khan, in the cricket World Cup at the
Wanderers in Johannesburg, March 23, 2003. Australia won by 8 wickets.
REUTERS/Mike Hutchings

HB/WS
SPORT CRICKET
RTR12TK2
March 23, 2003
Australian cricketer Andy Bichel points a stump while celebrating
victory with team mates in the cricket...
Johannesburg, South Africa
AUSTRALIAN CRICKETER ANDY BICHEL POINTS A STUMP WHILE CELEBRATING WORLD
CUP WIN.
Australian cricketer Andy Bichel points a stump while celebrating
victory with team mates in the cricket World Cup against India at the
Wanderers in Johannesburg, March 23, 2003. Australia, inspired by
skipper Ricky Ponting's majestic 140, retained the World Cup after
outclassing India in Sunday's final. The Indians, chasing an awesome
360 to win, were dismissed for 234 in the 40th over to lose by 125.
Australia became the first side to win three World Cups. They are also
the first side to retain the trophy since West Indies won the first two
tournaments in 1975 and 1979. REUTERS/David Gray

HB
SPORT CRICKET
RTR12THU
March 23, 2003
Australian bowler Andy Bichel lifts team mate Darren Lehmann after the
runout of Indian batsman Virender...
Johannesburg, South Africa
AUSTRALIAN BICHEL LIFTS TEAM MATE LEHMANN AFTER RUNOUT IN THE CRICKET
WORLD CUP FINAL AGAINST INDIA....
Australian bowler Andy Bichel lifts team mate Darren Lehmann after the
runout of Indian batsman Virender Sehwag during the Cricket World Cup
final at the Wanderers in Johannesburg, March 23, 2003. India are
chasing Australia's 359 runs for two wickets innings. REUTERS/Mike
Hutchings

HB/CRB
SPORT CRICKET
RTR12QS9
March 18, 2003
AUSTRALIAN BOWLER ANDY BICHEL CELEBRATES RUN OUT OF SRI LANKAN BATSMAN
ARAVINDA DA SILVA AT CRICKET...
Port Elizabeth, Zaire
AUSTRALIAN BOWLER ANDY BICHEL CELEBRATES RUN OUT OF SRI LANKAN BATSMAN
ARAVINDA DA SILVA AT ...
AUSTRALIAN BOWLER ANDY BICHEL CELEBRATES RUN OUT OF SRI LANKAN BATSMAN
ARAVINDA DA SILVA AT CRICKET WORLD CUP SEMI FINAL.
SPORT CRICKET
RTR12QS6
March 18, 2003
AUSTRALIAN BOWLER ANDY BICHEL CELEBRATES RUN OUT OF SRI LANKAN BATSMAN
ARAVINDA DA SILVA AT CRICKET...
Port Elizabeth, Zaire
AUSTRALIAN BOWLER ANDY BICHEL CELEBRATES RUN OUT OF SRI LANKAN BATSMAN
ARAVINDA DA SILVA AT ...
AUSTRALIAN BOWLER ANDY BICHEL CELEBRATES RUN OUT OF SRI LANKAN BATSMAN
ARAVINDA DA SILVA AT CRICKET WORLD CUP SEMI FINAL.
SPORT CRICKET
RTR12NMJ
March 13, 2003
Australia's Andy Bichel (L) lifts the covers on the pitch as Glenn
McGrath (R) and Brett Lee (C) look...
Durban, South Africa
AUSTRALIA'S BICHEL HAS PEEK AT PITCH ON KINGSMEAD CRICKET GROUND IN
DURBAN.
Australia's Andy Bichel (L) lifts the covers on the pitch as Glenn
McGrath (R) and Brett Lee (C) look on during a training session on
Kingsmead cricket ground in Durban, South Africa March 13, 2003.
Australia will play Kenya in the last of their World Cup Super Six
games, with both teams already through to the semi-finals.
REUTERS/David Gray REUTERS

DG/FMS
SPORT CRICKET
RTR12MW9
March 11, 2003
Australia's Andy Bichel (C) celebrates taking the wicket of New
Zealand's Chris Cairns for 16 runs during...
Port Elizabeth, South Africa
AUSTRALIA'S BICHEL CELEBRATES TAKING WICKET OF NEW ZEALAND'S CAIRNS IN
PORT ELIZABETH.
Australia's Andy Bichel (C) celebrates taking the wicket of New
Zealand's Chris Cairns for 16 runs during their Super Six match at St
Georges Park in Port Elizabeth, South Africa March 11, 2003. Australia
made 208 runs from their fifty overs for the loss of nine wickets.
REUTERS/David Gray

DG/GB
SPORT CRICKET
RTR12MW6
March 11, 2003
Australia's Andy Bichel (C) is picked up off the ground by team-mate
Brett Lee as they celebrate taking...
Port Elizabeth, South Africa
AUSTRALIA'S BICHEL CELEBRATES TAKING WICKET OF NEW ZEALAND'S CAIRNS IN
PORT ELIZABETH.
Australia's Andy Bichel (C) is picked up off the ground by team-mate
Brett Lee as they celebrate taking the wicket of New Zealand's Chris
Cairns for 16 runs during their Super Six match at St Georges Park in
Port Elizabeth, South Africa March 11, 2003. Australia made 208 runs
from their fifty overs for the loss of nine wickets. REUTERS/David
Gray

DG
SPORT CRICKET
RTR12MW2
March 11, 2003
Australia's Andy Bichel celebrates taking the wicket of New Zealand's
Chris Cairns for 16 runs during...
Port Elizabeth, South Africa
AUSTRALIA'S BICHEL CELEBRATES TAKING WICKET OF NEW ZEALAND'S CAIRNS IN
PORT ELIZABETH.
Australia's Andy Bichel celebrates taking the wicket of New Zealand's
Chris Cairns for 16 runs during their Super Six match at St Georges
Park in Port Elizabeth, South Africa March 11, 2003. Australia made 208
runs from their fifty overs for the loss of nine wickets. REUTERS/David
Gray

DG
SPORT CRICKET
RTR12MIV
March 11, 2003
Australian bowler Andy Bichel is lifted off his feet by teammate Brett
Lee after the dismissal of New...
Port Elizabeth, Zaire
AUSTRALIA'S ANDY BICHEL IS LIFTED UP BY BRETT LEE AFTER DISMISSAL OF
NEW ZEALAND'S CHRIS CAIRNS.
Australian bowler Andy Bichel is lifted off his feet by teammate Brett
Lee after the dismissal of New Zealand batsman Chris Cairns in the
cricket World Cup super six match at St. George's Park in Port
Elizabeth, South Africa March 11, 2003. New Zealand are chasing
Australia's 208 run innings. REUTERS/Howard Burditt

HB/GB
SPORT CRICKET WORLD
RTR12MIS
March 11, 2003
Australian bowler Andy Bichel celebrates his dismissal of New Zealand
batsman Chris Cairns in the cricket...
Port Elizabeth, Zaire
AUSTRALIAN BOWLER BICHEL CELEBRATES DISMISSAL OF NEW ZEALAND'S CAIRNS.
Australian bowler Andy Bichel celebrates his dismissal of New Zealand
batsman Chris Cairns in the cricket World Cup Super Six match at St.
George's Park in Port Elizabeth, South Africa March 11, 2003. New
Zealand are chasing Australia's 208 run innings. REUTERS/Howard
Burditt

HB/CRB
SPORT CRICKET WORLD
RTR12MHS
March 11, 2003
Australian batsman Andy Bichel (L) kneels on the wicket after a ball
struck his head from New Zealand...
Port Elizabeth, Zaire
AUSTRALIAN BATSMAN BICHEL KNEELS AFTER BALL STRUCK HIS HEAD FROM NEW
ZEALAND BOWLER ADAMS.
Australian batsman Andy Bichel (L) kneels on the wicket after a ball
struck his head from New Zealand bowler Andre Adams (C) in their
cricket World Cup Super Six match at St. George's Park in Port
Elizabeth, South Africa March 11, 2003. Bichel went on to score his
maiden fifty with Australia scoring 208 runs for 9 wickets in their
innings. REUTERS/Howard Burditt

HB/CRB
SPORT CRICKET
RTR12MH9
March 11, 2003
AUSTRALIAN BATSMAN ANDY BICHEL DRIVES A DELIVERY WATCHED BY NEW ZEALAND
WICKET KEEPER BRENDON MC CULLUM....
Port Elizabeth, Zaire
AUSTRALIAN BATSMAN ANDY BICHEL DRIVES A DELIVERY WATCHED BY NEW ZEALAND
WICKET KEEPER BRENDON ...
AUSTRALIAN BATSMAN ANDY BICHEL DRIVES A DELIVERY WATCHED BY NEW ZEALAND
WICKET KEEPER BRENDON MC CULLUM.
SPORT CRICKET
RTR12MH3
March 11, 2003
Australian batsman Andy Bichel celebrates his maiden One Day
Internaional fifty while playing against...
Port Elizabeth, Zaire
AUSTRALIAN BATSMAN ANDY BICHEL CELEBRATES MAIDEN FIFTY AGAINST NEW
ZEALAND.
Australian batsman Andy Bichel celebrates his maiden One Day
Internaional fifty while playing against New Zealand in the cricket
World Cup super six match at St. George's Park in Port Elizabeth, South
Africa March 11, 2003. Australia went on to score 208 runs for 9
wickets in their innings. REUTERS/Howard Burditt REUTERS

HB
SPORT CRICKET
RTR12MGX
March 11, 2003
Australia's Andy Bichel hits a six during the Super Six match against
New Zealand at St Georges Park...
Port Elizabeth, South Africa
AUSTRALIA'S BICHEL HITS SIX DURING WORLD CUP SUPER SIX GAME AGAINST NEW
ZEALAND IN PORT ELIZABETH.
Australia's Andy Bichel hits a six during the Super Six match against
New Zealand at St Georges Park in Port Elizabeth, South Africa March
11, 2003. Australia have already qualified for the semi-final round,
with New Zealand needing to win at least one of their next two games to
also make it to the next round. REUTERS/David Gray

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