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ECB chairman opens door to Pietersen return

Incoming England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) chairman Colin Graves has given Kevin Pietersen a glimmer of hope that he may yet be able to resurrect his England career.
Rediff.com 29 minutes agoAlso reported by •Reuters IndiaThe AgeBrisbane TimesSydney Morning HeraldZee News
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Jagmohan Dalmiya set to return as BCCI president

New Delhi, Mar. 1 (ANI): Jagmohan Dalmiya is set to return as the Board of Control for Cricket in India president after other candidates for the post pulled out ahead of the body's annual general..
ANI News 1 hour ago

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News video: Cricket Moves in on Rugby Turf

Cricket Moves in on Rugby Turf 01:00

Cricket has captured the imagination of the New Zealand public with the World Cup set to sparkle on rugby territory Traipse through Christchurch this week and see cricket moving in like a pathogen on..
Source: Wochit News - 2 weeks ago

News video: Hot Spot - #AUSvIND Test Series Review, ODI Tri-Series Preview - Cricket World TV

Hot Spot - #AUSvIND Test Series Review, ODI Tri-Series Preview - Cricket World TV 16:31

In their first Hot Spot video for Cricket World (http://www.cricketworld.com) John Pennington and Chetan Narula look back at the end of the Australia-India Test series and preview the ODI..
Source: Cricket World - on January 18, 2015

News video: Broad Positive About Cricket World Cup

Broad Positive About Cricket World Cup 00:58

England could be a "dangerous" team at the cricket world cup in February, bowler Stuart Broad said on the eve of departing for Australia. England face Australia in Melbourne on the opening day of the..
Source: Reuters - Sports - on January 5, 2015

News video: Highlights from the Cricket World Cup Opening Ceremony

Highlights from the Cricket World Cup Opening Ceremony 01:56

The opening ceremonies for the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup took place in Christchurch and Melbourne on Thursday (February 12). Christchurch will host the opening match between New Zealand and Sri Lanka..
Source: Reuters - Sports - 2 weeks ago

News video: Seagull Survives After Getting Whacked By Ball During Cricket Match

Seagull Survives After Getting Whacked By Ball During Cricket Match 01:01

A seagull that decided to spend some time on a sports field ended up exhibiting some very good defensive skills. During an Australian cricket match between the Perth Scorchers and Melbourne Stars, a..
Source: GeoBeats - on January 22, 2015

 
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Cricket-Giant Irfan a cut above for Pakistan

BRISBANE, March 1 (Reuters) - Mohammad Irfan was back to his best as Pakistan had to rely on their bowlers to get their stuttering World Cup campaign back on track after yet another dismal batting..
Reuters India 1 hour ago

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Sport24.co.za | LMS cricket celebrates 10 years

Last Man Standing. It is not he latest fitness craze, rather, cricket is its forte, but not quite as you know it.
News24 1 hour ago

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Rory Hamilton-Brown retires from cricket

Sussex County Cricket Club regrets to announce that Rory Hamilton-Brown has retired from cricket with immediate effect.
Crawley Observer 2 hours agoAlso reported by •Sussex Express
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ICC Cricket World Cup: Pakistan beat Zimbabwe by 20 runs

icc cricket world cup: pakistan beat zimbabwe by 20 runsIn the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 pool B match at Brisbane, Pakistan beat Zimbabwe by 20 runs.
All India Radio 2 hours agoAlso reported by •Zee NewsSydney Morning HeraldNew Zealand Herald
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Swinger Starc bashed into shape

MITCHELL Starc stands like Gulliver among the Lilliputians in one-day cricket.
The Australian 2 hours ago
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Cup minnows won’t be lost

THE World Cup cricket pool stage is barely past the halfway mark but already the tournament has tossed up images of indelible delight.
The Australian 2 hours ago

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Authors look at how to improve performance under pressure

Keith Miller, the famous Australian cricket player and World War II pilot, was once asked about the pressure of playing sports at the highest level. "I'll tell you what pressure is," he said. "Pressure..
L.A. Times 2 hours ago

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Kevin Pietersen set to make England return?

Incoming England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) chairman Colin Graves has left the door open for a return to the England side for controversial former captain Kevin Pietersen and said he must return to..
DNA 3 hours agoAlso reported by •Telegraph.co.uk
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World Cup 2015, Pakistan v/s Zimbabwe: Pakistan clinch 20-run thriller at Brisbane

Pakistan recorded a much-needed win over Zimbabwe at the Brisbane Cricket Ground on Sunday, thanks to impressive bowling from pacemen Mohammad Irfan and Wahab Riaz, as Misbah-ul Haq's men recorded a..
DNA 3 hours ago

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World Cup 2015: 'No remorse' Lakmal fined for bowling beamers

Sri Lanka fast bowler Suranga Lakmal was fined today for firing two successive beamers at England's Jos Buttler, an action for which he showed "no remorse", the International Cricket Council..
DNA 3 hours ago


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