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    Irish get WC boost
    12 May 2011 08:46
    LONDON - Ireland's hopes of playing at the next World Cup were boosted when the ICC's Cricket Committee unanimously agreed to recommend a qualification process for the tournament.
    At present Ireland will not play at the 2015 World Cup after the ICC decided last month to exclude associate nations...
    Flower calls for new era
    06 May 2011 09:13
    LONDON - Andy Flower has called on Alastair Cook and Stuart Broad to show maturity as England cricket enters a new three-captain era.
    Andrew Strauss remains at the helm of the Test side, but his decision to step away from the one-day game has led to Cook being put in charge of the 50-over team...
    Vaughan fears for Flower
    15 April 2011 09:47
    LONDON - Michael Vaughan fears England's increasingly hectic schedule may yet cost them the valued services of coach Andy Flower.
    England's mainstays spent three-and-a-half months in Australia for the Ashes and a one-day international series then, after less than a week at home, headed to the...
    Australia breeze past Bangladesh
    14 April 2011 09:01
    DHAKA - Michael Hussey smashed a brilliant century to help Australia win the third and final one-day international against Bangladesh by 66 runs on Wednesday to complete a clean-sweep of the three-match series.
    Hussey bludgeoned 108 and Shane Watson hit 72 as Australia piled up 361 for eight....
    Warne keen on India job
    07 April 2011 09:23
    MUMBAI - Shane Warne has indicated he would like to take over as India coach following the departure of Gary Kirsten.
    Kirsten stepped down from the role after leading India to their second World Cup title in Mumbai last weekend.
    Warne is in India as he prepare for the upcoming Indian Premier...
    Simmons slams ICC decision
    06 April 2011 09:30
    DUBLIN - Ireland coach Phil Simmons has added his voice to the growing condemnation of the International Cricket Council's "despicable" decision to exclude associate nations from the 2015 World Cup.
    Ireland captain William Porterfield and chief executive Warren Deutrom led the outpouring of...
    Finn to fight for place
    05 April 2011 09:24
    LONDON - Seamer Steven Finn has accepted it could take "a year or two" to regain the England spot he lost during the Ashes.
    Finn was a first-choice pick for the winter tour after enjoying an impressive start to his international career but was left out after the third Test in favour of Tim...
    India party still going
    04 April 2011 10:04
    MUMBAI - Mahendra Singh Dhoni celebrated India's World Cup triumph by shaving off his famous dark locks while his team mates spent Sunday morning plastering a "thousand kisses" on the silver and gilt trophy that was finally in their possession.
    Bleary-eyed fans up and down country, who had spent...
    Bayliss cool on Muttiah
    01 April 2011 09:36
    MUMBAI - Sri Lanka coach Trevor Bayliss is confident Muttiah Muralitharan will play in tomorrow's World Cup final against India.
    Muralitharan is due to bring an end to his record-breaking career at the Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai, however his ambitions of a dream send-off have been threatened by...
    Afridi sorry for exit
    31 March 2011 09:43
    MUMBAI - Captain Shahid Afridi apologised to Pakistan's cricket fans after his side suffered defeat in their highly-anticipated semi-final against arch-rivals India at the World Cup.
    Pakistan fell 30 runs short of clinching a place in Saturday's final against Sri Lanka in Mumbai after failing to...
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