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    17 April 2012 09:27
    SYDNEY - A week after he smashed the West Indian bowlers around Barbados to lead Australia to a thrilling victory in fading light, Mike Hussey was back in a completely different role, grinding his way to a crucial half-century that could deliver another victory for his team.

    On a...
    12 April 2012 09:47
    BRIDGETOWN - Australia won an exciting first test against West Indies by three wickets on Wednesday as Michael Clarke's team were rewarded for their positive approach.

    After West Indies were bowled out for 148 before lunch on the final day, the tourists were set a victory targer of...
    11 April 2012 09:53
    BRIDGETOWN - Australia turned around the first test against the West Indies in Barbados on Tuesday through a great rearguard action from their tailenders and some penetrating bowling.

    At the close of the fourth day, West Indies led by just 114 runs with five wickets remaining in the...
    10 April 2012 09:36
    BRIDGETOWN - West Indies kept the pressure on Australia on day three of the first test in Bridgetown, Barbados on Monday with the tourists restricted at the close to 248 for five in 95 overs.

    Skipper Michael Clarke (73) was the backbone of the Australian batting as they laboured in...
    06 April 2012 10:38
    ISLAMABAD - Former Pakistan leg spinner Danish Kaneria will consult his lawyers before deciding whether to attend a disciplinary hearing called by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) into corruption charges.

    "We have received no notification of the ECB disciplinary hearing so...
    Proteas not put out
    23 March 2012 10:07
    WELLINGTON - South Africa were on the receiving end of two controversial umpiring decisions on the first day of the final test against New Zealand on Friday but the visitors say they will not be losing any sleep over the setbacks.

    Captain Graeme Smith was caught behind for five early...
    Thriller in Kingstown
    21 March 2012 09:05
    KINGSTOWN - Australia and West Indies played out a thrilling tie in the third one-day international at a packed Arnos Vale Ground in Kingstown on Tuesday.

    The stadium was full after the prime minister of St Vincent and the Grenadines declared a public holiday following the West...
    Ponting included for test
    14 March 2012 08:59
    MELBOURNE - Former Australia captain Ricky Ponting, dropped from the one-day team last month, was included in the test squad for the tour of West Indies on Wednesday.

    The 37-year-old batsman's successor Michael Clarke is expected to have recovered from a left hamstring strain, which...
    ICC hails T20 qualifiers achievement
    13 March 2012 09:25
    DUBAI - International Cricket Council (ICC) chief executive Haroon Lorgat has called the ICC World Twenty20 qualifier that begins in the United Arab Emirates (UAE) on Tuesday "the biggest development event in cricket history".
    It is not an empty boast as 16 teams from cricket's second and...
    Cricket return to Pakistan a must
    09 March 2012 09:29
    ISLAMABAD - International cricket must return to Pakistan as soon as security can be guaranteed, International Cricket Council chief executive Haroon Lorgat has insisted.
    The country has not hosted international cricket since gunmen attacked the Sri Lanka team in Lahore in 2009, since when...
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