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heraldscotland
Sister Act contributes to early Asian dominance in Women's British OpenI was on there,” Moriya admitted. “But I’m really happy for her. She keeps pla
Sister Act contributes to early Asian dominance in Women's British Open
heraldscotland / Posted 2 days ago
I was on there,” Moriya admitted. “But I’m really happy for her. She keeps playing well but I’ll try to catch her.” Like Mark Waugh, one of Australia’s greatest ever batsmen but the less successful cricketer in a pair of twins, or Jonathan... Read more
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Daily News
When Sri Lanka beat Australia in 1999slip where Aravinda de Silva pocketed a superb catch. With the Kandy fans cheer
When Sri Lanka beat Australia in 1999
Daily News / Posted 3 days ago
slip where Aravinda de Silva pocketed a superb catch. With the Kandy fans cheering wildly, things went from bad to worse as Mark Waugh offered a catch to Vaas and the Australians were 16 for 4 and in deep trouble. The resurrecting job fell on... Read more
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SportsFan
Long prep no shortcut to successsideways movement and also will spin. "If you go back to think some of the tim
Long prep no shortcut to success
SportsFan / Posted 5 days ago
sideways movement and also will spin. "If you go back to think some of the times we have struggled over there – I remember Mark Waugh had four ducks in a row – it's just about being used to the wickets there and the greener, (more moist) wickets... Read more
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ESPN Cricinfo
Australia's happy hunting groundTom Moody never played another Test after being unable to handle the moving bal
Australia's happy hunting ground
ESPN Cricinfo / Posted 6 days ago
Tom Moody never played another Test after being unable to handle the moving ball as an opener in 1992; on the same tour Mark Waugh made four consecutive ducks, earning the sobriquet "Audi". Sri Lanka's lone victory was set up not by Muttiah... Read more
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Canberra Times
Michael Clarke wins battle with Cricket Australia, but the war for control appears far from overissue has put the skipper on the outer. Victory for Clarke: Shane Warne attend
Michael Clarke wins battle with Cricket Australia, but the war for control appears far from over
Canberra Times / Posted 7 days ago
issue has put the skipper on the outer. Victory for Clarke: Shane Warne attends Australian training alongside selector Mark Waugh, fielding coach Greg Blewett and Michael Clarke. Photo: Getty Images Warne challenged Lehmann publicly and many... Read more
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The Age
Michael Clarke wins battle with Cricket Australia, but the war for control appears far from overissue has put the skipper on the outer. Victory for Clarke: Shane Warne attend
Michael Clarke wins battle with Cricket Australia, but the war for control appears far from over
The Age / Posted 7 days ago
issue has put the skipper on the outer. Victory for Clarke: Shane Warne attends Australian training alongside selector Mark Waugh, fielding coach Greg Blewett and Michael Clarke. Photo: Getty Images Warne challenged Lehmann publicly and many... Read more
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Daily Examiner
25 Questions: Take the weekend quizyou're ready! Are you sure? Okay ... go! Answers 1. No. 2. Penfolds. 3. The
25 Questions: Take the weekend quiz
Daily Examiner / Posted 7 days ago
you're ready! Are you sure? Okay ... go! Answers 1. No. 2. Penfolds. 3. The Twelve Apostles. 4. Tony Abbott. 5. Steve, Mark Waugh. 6. Spotlight. 7. Bob Brown. 8. Galileo Galilei. 9. Tasmania. 10. Yugoslavia. (Sarajevo, 1984). 11. Gold Coast... Read more
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Northern Star
25 Questions: Take the weekend quizyou're ready! Are you sure? Okay ... go! Answers 1. No. 2. Penfolds. 3. The
25 Questions: Take the weekend quiz
Northern Star / Posted 7 days ago
you're ready! Are you sure? Okay ... go! Answers 1. No. 2. Penfolds. 3. The Twelve Apostles. 4. Tony Abbott. 5. Steve, Mark Waugh. 6. Spotlight. 7. Bob Brown. 8. Galileo Galilei. 9. Tasmania. 10. Yugoslavia. (Sarajevo, 1984). 11. Gold Coast... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
25 Questions: Take the weekend quizyou're ready! Are you sure? Okay ... go! Answers 1. No. 2. Penfolds. 3. The
25 Questions: Take the weekend quiz
The Daily Mercury / Posted 7 days ago
you're ready! Are you sure? Okay ... go! Answers 1. No. 2. Penfolds. 3. The Twelve Apostles. 4. Tony Abbott. 5. Steve, Mark Waugh. 6. Spotlight. 7. Bob Brown. 8. Galileo Galilei. 9. Tasmania. 10. Yugoslavia. (Sarajevo, 1984). 11. Gold Coast... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
25 Questions: Take the weekend quizyou're ready! Are you sure? Okay ... go! Answers 1. No. 2. Penfolds. 3. The
25 Questions: Take the weekend quiz
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 7 days ago
you're ready! Are you sure? Okay ... go! Answers 1. No. 2. Penfolds. 3. The Twelve Apostles. 4. Tony Abbott. 5. Steve, Mark Waugh. 6. Spotlight. 7. Bob Brown. 8. Galileo Galilei. 9. Tasmania. 10. Yugoslavia. (Sarajevo, 1984). 11. Gold Coast... Read more
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Queensland Times
25 Questions: Take the weekend quizyou're ready! Are you sure? Okay ... go! Answers 1. No. 2. Penfolds. 3. The
25 Questions: Take the weekend quiz
Queensland Times / Posted 7 days ago
you're ready! Are you sure? Okay ... go! Answers 1. No. 2. Penfolds. 3. The Twelve Apostles. 4. Tony Abbott. 5. Steve, Mark Waugh. 6. Spotlight. 7. Bob Brown. 8. Galileo Galilei. 9. Tasmania. 10. Yugoslavia. (Sarajevo, 1984). 11. Gold Coast... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
25 Questions: Take the weekend quizyou're ready! Are you sure? Okay ... go! Answers 1. No. 2. Penfolds. 3. The
25 Questions: Take the weekend quiz
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 7 days ago
you're ready! Are you sure? Okay ... go! Answers 1. No. 2. Penfolds. 3. The Twelve Apostles. 4. Tony Abbott. 5. Steve, Mark Waugh. 6. Spotlight. 7. Bob Brown. 8. Galileo Galilei. 9. Tasmania. 10. Yugoslavia. (Sarajevo, 1984). 11. Gold Coast... Read more
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News Mail
25 Questions: Take the weekend quizyou're ready! Are you sure? Okay ... go! Answers 1. No. 2. Penfolds. 3. The
25 Questions: Take the weekend quiz
News Mail / Posted 7 days ago
you're ready! Are you sure? Okay ... go! Answers 1. No. 2. Penfolds. 3. The Twelve Apostles. 4. Tony Abbott. 5. Steve, Mark Waugh. 6. Spotlight. 7. Bob Brown. 8. Galileo Galilei. 9. Tasmania. 10. Yugoslavia. (Sarajevo, 1984). 11. Gold Coast... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
RHS Tatton Flower Show 2016: Bez and Coronation Street's Simon Gregson get stuck into gardeningMagali Gorre and reality TV star Jemma Lucy brought the glamour as they explore
RHS Tatton Flower Show 2016: Bez and Coronation Street's Simon Gregson get stuck into gardening
Manchester Evening News / Posted 10 days ago
Magali Gorre and reality TV star Jemma Lucy brought the glamour as they explored the plants and floral designs. Read More Mark Waugh / RHSTV star and model Jemma Lucy (left) and Magali Gorre from The Real Housewives of Cheshire RHS Flower Show... Read more
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Herald Sun
Rogers achieves feat that eluded Pontingeight Australians have scored more than 25,000 runs - Don Bradman (28,067), All
Rogers achieves feat that eluded Ponting
Herald Sun / Posted 10 days ago
eight Australians have scored more than 25,000 runs - Don Bradman (28,067), Allan Border (27,131), Stuart Law (27,080), Mark Waugh (26,855), Darren Lehmann (25,795) and Michael Di Venuto (25,200). Rogers is not the only retired Test opener... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Australian county cricket wrap: Chris Rogers’ milestone, Matthew Wade’s Phillip Hughes tribute, Michael Klinger’s hot formeight Australians have scored more than 25,000 runs - Don Bradman (28,067), All
Australian county cricket wrap: Chris Rogers’ milestone, Matthew Wade’s Phillip Hughes tribute, Michael Klinger’s hot form
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 11 days ago
eight Australians have scored more than 25,000 runs - Don Bradman (28,067), Allan Border (27,131), Stuart Law (27,080), Mark Waugh (26,855), Darren Lehmann (25,795) and Michael Di Venuto (25,200). Rogers is not the only retired Test opener... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Sydney preview: Rosehill(Thursday morning) are just too good to pass up. I speak of course of Mnemosyne
Sydney preview: Rosehill
Daily Telegraph / Posted 16 days ago
(Thursday morning) are just too good to pass up. I speak of course of Mnemosyne’s son 1. FORGET (93) who is part owned by Mark Waugh and Ricky Ponting. Forget didn’t fire last prep in those three runs finishing 6 of 6, 6 of 7 and 12 of 14 in a G2,... Read more
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Decclan Chronicle
Reformed Mohammad Amir earns right to bowl onthe worst ‘holier than thou’ attitude and yet the cricket board did very little
Reformed Mohammad Amir earns right to bowl on
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 18 days ago
the worst ‘holier than thou’ attitude and yet the cricket board did very little about the involvement of Shane Warne and Mark Waugh except to fine them a token sum, which punishment was later used to protect them from double jeopardy. As I have... Read more
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asianage
Reformed Amir earns right to bowl onthe worst ‘holier than thou’ attitude and yet the cricket board did very little
Reformed Amir earns right to bowl on
asianage / Posted 18 days ago
the worst ‘holier than thou’ attitude and yet the cricket board did very little about the involvement of Shane Warne and Mark Waugh except to fine them a token sum, which punishment was later used to protect them from double jeopardy. As I have... Read more

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