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2015/03/03 22:16
2015/03/03 22:16
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The gods appear to be smiling on the Cricket World Cup, providing high entertainment right down the order Chris Gayle celebrates his double century against Zimbabwe. Picture / AP The ICC,...
2015/03/03 22:16
2015/03/03 22:16
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2015/03/03 20:24
2015/03/03 20:24
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PAKISTAN'S World Cup campaign could finally be looking up, especially when it comes to giant fast bowler Mohammad Irfan. Irfan, who at 216cm is the tallest player in world cricket, struggled with his...
2015/03/03 17:59
2015/03/03 17:59
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The former Windies captain says his teamenjoys playing against the defending champion Perhaps the only time the eternally smiling Darren Sammy lost his rag on a cricket field was against Australia...
2015/03/03 16:17
2015/03/03 16:17
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Taking your king or queen to Mumbai? Why not stay in style at this regal establishment, writes Chris Leadbeater. The luxurious Taj Mahal Palace has had a tumultuous past, but has moved on and retains...
2015/03/03 13:25
2015/03/03 13:25
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The Hashim Amla we knew became the Amla we may want to know a bit more of as he abandoned elegance and decided to go unorthodox instead to reach a career-best His path was cleared as early as the...
2015/03/03 11:39
2015/03/03 11:39
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West Indies not a one-man team: Clive Lloyd Legendary former West Indies captain Clive Lloyd dismissed suggestions that the Caribbean side has become overly dependent on explosive opener Chris Gayle...
2015/03/03 10:25
2015/03/03 10:25
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One of the distinctive features of cricket is that it offers something for everybody. It has never exclusively been the domain of the athletic and the red-blooded, with the stereotype of the strapping...
2015/03/03 08:55
2015/03/03 08:55
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Disappointing Manuka Oval crowd gives soccer the edge over cricket. Chief Minister Andrew Barr has hailed Canberra's super summer of sport a success, although he felt a disappointing Cricket World...
2015/03/03 06:30
2015/03/03 06:30
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South Africa players have said they’re in awe of skipper AB de Villiers’ current form, with high expectations of another record-breaking innings when he faces Ireland in a World Cup Pool B match on...
2015/03/03 06:30
2015/03/03 06:30
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At the halfway stage of the 44-day-long extravaganza, Shaiman Anwar’s broad bat has put the UAE among the elite although they are yet to win a game. Shaiman’s 208 runs with a healthy strike rate of...
2015/03/03 06:27
2015/03/03 06:27
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India most buzzed team in CWC while 'favourites' Oz fail to impress people on Facebook Australia might be the bookmakers' favourite to win the Cricket World Cup, but they have failed to impress...
2015/03/03 03:57
2015/03/03 03:57
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The West Indies cricket team members were all in a jovial mood despite their current position at the 2015 Cricket World Cup, when they took to the streets for a welcome party organised by authorities...
2015/03/03 02:31
2015/03/03 02:31
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Matches to come: India v West Indies, March 6, Perth South Africa leg spinner Imran Tahir has captured nine wickets from three matches. Photo: Matt King/Getty Images The Proteas made an underwhelming...
2015/03/02 17:39
2015/03/02 17:39
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Pak CWC's most searched team on Google: Study A latest study by global online giant Google has revealed that Pakistan is the most searched team playing in the ongoing Cricket World Cup and the most...
2015/03/02 14:32
2015/03/02 14:32
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Zimbabwe relying on Whatmore's expertise Sydney: South Africa's impressive depth was underlined in their emphatic World Cup win over West Indies on Friday and with paceman Vernon Philander and JP...
2015/03/02 13:38
2015/03/02 13:38
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Dilshan tops all-rounders' chart, Sangakkara moves to second in batting table There has been plenty of reshuffle in theReliance ICC ODI Player Rankings following 23 absorbing and excitingpool stage...
2015/03/02 11:55
2015/03/02 11:55
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The way to succeed in this World Cup is patent: bat first, make at least 300, or lose. The way to succeed in this World Cup is patent: bat first, make at least 300, or lose. There have been 13...
2015/03/02 11:25
2015/03/02 11:25
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Farhaan Behardien on AB de Villiers: "He'll just be happy with a team win, and I'm sure we all would be" AB de Villiers' record-breaking feats serve as inspiration to aspiring cricketers from Durban...
2015/03/02 10:18
2015/03/02 10:18
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New Zealand fielders celebrate the fall of a wicket. Credit: AFP Prior to this World Cup, there were plenty of pundits forecasting the tournament would descend into an orgy of run-scoring, with...
2015/03/02 08:57
2015/03/02 08:57
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Legendary West Indies batsman Brian Lara is ready to throw his hat in the ring and contest the post as president of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB). In an exclusive interview with the Trinidad...
2015/03/03 22:16
2015/03/03 22:16
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