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Michael Clarke's grade team declares at 17-0 Open in new window
Source Icon New Zealand Herald
SYDNEY (AP) Injured Australia cricket captain Michael Clarke unwittingly became involved in a controversial decision in his bid to play in the first test against India beginning on Dec. 4.The captain of Clarke's Western Suburbs...

No money, dwindling interest and a bleak future: how English club cricket found itself in a battle for survival Open in new window
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The sad tale of historic Thixendale CC is being mirrored across the amateur game, reports Nick Hoult

Red Bull to start Abu Dhabi GP from back of grid Open in new window
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ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates (AP) Red Bull drivers Daniel Ricciardo and Sebastian Vettel will start Sunday's Abu Dhabi Grand Prix from the back of the grid after race stewards nullified their qualifying results because of an...

Tuskers secure big win despite middling total Open in new window
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A round-up of Pro50 Championship 2014-15 matches played on November 22, 2014

Cricket: Hesson does his homework Open in new window
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A conversation with Mike Hesson can be a humbling experience.Many consider themselves well versed in the game but the New Zealand cricket coach can leave those same people thinking about nuances of knowledge they had never considered....

Mark Richardson: Current squad on the right path to something special Open in new window
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I'll take a draw with Pakistan, especially after what happened in the first test.There are plenty of 'could haves' and possibly even 'should haves' when it comes to the Black Caps' performance in the second test in Dubai that finished...

Cricket: Filling vacant spot order of day Open in new window
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Call it the drive for five or the fix for six.The demise of Jesse Ryder's World Cup chances and likelihood Brendon McCullum will open for New Zealand at one-day international cricket's showpiece means, with 83 days until the tournament...

Cricket: Ronchi likely to get test honours Open in new window
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Luke Ronchi's compelling form in the one-day team looks set to propel him into the test team to replace Jimmy Neesham for next week's third test in Sharjah.The top four batsmen and two spinners won't change, BJ Watling is set as...

Cricket: New grip gives batsmen a helping hand Open in new window
Source Icon New Zealand Herald
Picking up and gripping the cricket bat correctly is one of the key tenets to succeeding in the sport.Children are confronted with myriad theories in early coaching sessions - hold it like an axe, make sure your Vs are in the...

Nervous counties await match allocations Open in new window
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The ECB handed out its annual Business of Cricket Awards on Thursday night and the event held significance beyond the community of county cricket administration

Ajmal targets World Cup return Open in new window
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Saeed Ajmal is pleased with the progress he has made with the remedial work on his bowling action, and has said he is targeting the 2015 World Cup for his international comeback

Perez signs multi-year contract with Force India Open in new window
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ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates (AP) Mexican Formula One driver Sergio Perez has signed a multi-year contract extension with the Force India team.He joined Force India this year after one season with McLaren and secured third...

Finn happy to be 'selectable' again Open in new window
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Steven Finn has arrived in Sri Lanka hoping that months of working past self-doubt have left him better equipped than before

Michael Vaughan: Why an FA Cup for English cricket could save the ailing club game in this country Open in new window
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Michael Vaughan: Amateur game desperately needs a lift and a romantic T20 competition could provide it

Injured Maqsood out of NZ ODIs, T20s Open in new window
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Pakistan batsman Sohaib Maqsood has been ruled out of contention for the limited-overs series against New Zealand due to a wrist fracture he suffered while playing for Pakistan A last month

'I am not happy with India's schedule ahead of the first Test' Open in new window
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Not really impressed with the preparation that India will have going into the Test series against Australia, former captain Sourav Ganguly has said a couple of two-day practice games are just not enough.

All-round Mahmudul stars in KCA win Open in new window
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A round-up of the Dhaka Premier League matches on November 22, 2014

Clarke's grade game to be investigated Open in new window
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Cricket New South Wales will investigate the measures taken by Michael Clarke's grade club to allow the injured Australian captain to have a bat next weekend if he is fit enough to do so

Sunshine in Sri Lanka could answer England?s World Cup questions | Vic Marks Open in new window
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A positive start to England?s ODI tour has raised new possibilities for their World Cup squad but they will need time in the field to best consider their options? England defeat Sri Lanka A in tour opener? Sri Lanka win 2014 ODI series 3-2 in England? India defeat Sri Lanka 5-0 in ODI seriesIt is time to prepare for Sri Lanka: passport, tickets, phone, even galoshes. A couple of decades ago Christopher Martin-Jenkins, who could mislay anything, made an indelible impression when he strode across a drenched outfield in Georgetown, Guyana, proudly wearing a pair of galoshes, packed expressly for that notoriously damp venue.Colombo in November can be just as moist as Georgetown. There was time for some cricket on Friday when England played the first of two practice games before the seven-match series starts on Wednesday. But even then victory could be achieved at the Sinhalese Sports Club only via the Duckworth/Lewis method alongside a new English formula: the Cook/Moeen method. Continue reading...

'I have no doubt that India will defend the World Cup title' Open in new window
Source Icon Rediff
For batting legend VVS Laxman there are no clear favourites for next year's World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, but he feels India will surely enjoy an advantage having spent a considerable amount of time Down Under before the mega-event.



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