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  Wednesday, 10 November, 2004, 15:41 GMT
Vaughan was the undoubted star of the 2003/03 Ashes Hope for England in Ashes despair
England have laid some sound foundations for the future despite a disappointing tour of Australia.
Brett Lee Lee shatters England
Brett Lee crushes England as Australia wrap up the VB Series with a last-over victory in Melbourne.
Steve Waugh Waugh: Ashes over before first ball
Steve Waugh says England's hopes for success in the Ashes were scuppered before the series had even started.
England fall short
Nasser Hussain says England will regroup for the World Cup after their Ashes tour ends in defeat in the VB Series final.
Gough worry for Caddick
England's Andrew Caddick fears he will never bowl with strike partner Darren Gough again.
England claim crushing win
Australia lose their first home Test for four years as England prevent a series whitewash.
Aussies hold off brave England
Australia win the fourth Test but are pushed all the way on a dramatic final day.
Australia retain the Ashes
Australia win the Ashes after defeating England inside three days at the Waca in Perth.
Australia finish off England
Australia dodge the rain in Adelaide to beat England by an innings and 51 runs in the second Test.
England collapse to defeat
Australia wrap up a 384-run victory in the opening Ashes Test after bowling out England for 79 in their second innings.
England battered in Sydney
Australia damage England's VB Series hopes with a 10-wicket win in the opening game.
Australia win through to finals
Damien Martyn scores a century as Australia beat a sloppy England side to reach the VB Series finals.
England break tour duck
England complete the first win of their Australian tour, consigning Sri Lanka to a 43-run defeat in Brisbane.
Warne injury sours Aussie win
Australia beat England by 89 runs but a Shane Warne shoulder injury taints their emphatic victory.
England told 'no quick fix'
ECB deputy chairman Mike Soper says it could be some time before England regain the Ashes.
Vaughan up to second
Michael Vaughan moves to second place in the Test batting rankings after his eighth career ton in Sydney.
Australia vulnerable without stars
Australia look a different team without bowling duo Shane Warne and Glenn McGrath.
Slow out of the starting blocks
Victory in Sydney continues a trend of England only performing in Ashes series when they have already been decided.
Keep yer pants on
Our resident true blue Aussie says England should remember one swallow doesn't make a summer.


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