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2015/08/01 04:04
2015/08/01 04:04
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GOOD timing is everything in cricket. The Australian top order batters don’t seem to have it right now. Nor does their coach. On the night before the third day of the third Test at Edgbaston, coach...
2015/08/01 04:04
2015/08/01 04:04
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2015/07/31 09:38
2015/07/31 09:38
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Bayliss had major role in England's comeback: Mark Waugh Former Australian batsman and present national selector Mark Waugh believes England's remarkable turnaround in the Ashes series that has seen...
2015/07/31 08:48
2015/07/31 08:48
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Ashes: Australian collapse puts England on top Birmingham: Chris Rogers has done little to dispel suggestions of discontent about the sacking of Brad Haddin among Australian players, with the...
2015/07/30 07:27
2015/07/30 07:27
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James Anderson admits his wicketless showing at Lord's spurred him on to his best Ashes bowling figures on day one of the third Investec Test. Anderson may be the leading wicket-taker in England's...
2015/07/29 09:34
2015/07/29 09:34
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REUTERSChris Rogers set up Australia's crushing win at Lord's with that steadying 173 in the first innings. It was Chris Rogers who set up Australia's crushing win at Lord's with that steadying 173...
2015/07/28 22:31
2015/07/28 22:31
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Kevin Pietersen (Graeme Swann): “Hi guys, is anybody there? How’s it chaps? I’m so, so happy to be here with you right now. I look great at the moment. I’ve got new tattoos and they’re shining...
2015/07/28 15:12
2015/07/28 15:12
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Crispin Andrews is a freelance writer and journalist He first watched the Ashes, aged four in 1975, when Tony Greig and David Steele took on Lillee, Thomson and the Chappells He writes for the...
2015/07/24 04:25
2015/07/24 04:25
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July 24, 2015 'I always wanted to bowl the last over of an ODI' Former Australia fast bowler Damien Fleming on bowling in thrilling World Cup semi-finals, mastering the subcontinent, and taking on...
2015/07/21 01:34
2015/07/21 01:34
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Shane Watson Seeks Political Asylum In London’s Ecuadorian Embassy The selectors have finally answered the call, dumping the batting all-rounder for the second Ashes Test, but not everyone is...
2015/07/19 10:31
2015/07/19 10:31
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MITCHELL Marsh has conceded selectors were right to dump him from the World Cup in favour of Shane Watson, despite ending the all-rounder selection debate seemingly once and for all in the second...
2015/07/18 22:05
2015/07/18 22:05
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MITCHELL Marsh has conceded selectors were right to dump him from the World Cup in favour of Shane Watson, despite ending the all-rounder selection debate seemingly once and for all in the second...
2015/07/18 10:29
2015/07/18 10:29
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MALCOLM Johnston described it as “like nothing I’ve ever experienced on a raceday” when the former champion jockey was forced to flee a burning car and rescue his horse in the middle of the Hume...
2015/07/17 10:05
2015/07/17 10:05
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FOR a couple of blokes who apparently can’t stand the sight of each other, Chris Rogers and David Warner looked pretty good out in the middle for a while. Question is, would Warner have kept his head...
2015/07/16 01:05
2015/07/16 01:05
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THERE was a time when Australia simply couldn’t lose at Lord’s. After defeat in 1934 when Bradman was at the height of his powers, Australia did not lose a Test match at the home of cricket until...
2015/07/15 14:49
2015/07/15 14:49
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Crispin Andrews is a freelance writer and journalist He first watched the Ashes, aged four in 1975, when Tony Greig and David Steele took on Lillee, Thomson and the Chappells He writes for the...
2015/07/15 11:13
2015/07/15 11:13
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Needing victory to level the five-match Investec Series after England won the First Test in Cardiff, Australia are without their wicketkeeper, Brad Haddin, for family reasons. They have also decided...
2015/07/15 04:24
2015/07/15 04:24
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... in recent times, his detractors have noted his propensity for getting out lbw in recent times, but that is simple loss of form, unworthy of derision. " Sorry Pete , but the above doesnt...
2015/07/14 17:08
2015/07/14 17:08
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Cutting the number down to five meant that some outstanding individual displays were always going to be left out. Hedley Verity was particularly unlucky, having claimed 15 wickets in a Test at Lord's...
2015/07/13 09:05
2015/07/13 09:05
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ADAM Voges is under sudden pressure to lift at Lord’s on Thursday, and it’s possible he could have extra responsibility thrust upon him as well should the axe fall on Shane Watson’s Test...
2015/07/09 09:20
2015/07/09 09:20
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Cricket may be considered among the most gentlemanly of sports, but the sledging is ferocious. Sledging is variously defined as "insulting", "verbally intimidating" and even "mental disintegration"....
2015/08/01 04:04
2015/08/01 04:04
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