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Cricket: England

Trevor Bayliss content with England display

trevor bayliss content with england display
Rookie batsmen Jason Sangha (133) and his Cricket Australia XI captain Matt Short (134no) shut England out for 75 overs in all, putting on a remarkable 263 together.
MailOnline India Also reported by •MailOnline

England frustrated by big stand in final tour match

SYDNEY (Reuters) - England were held to a draw by a Cricket Australia XI in their final tour match ahead of the Ashes after they struggled to break a fourth-wicket partnership of 263 on a lifeless..
SBS Also reported by •Reuters India

Videos for Cricket: England

News video: Ashes Cricket Gameplay - Australia Flogs England

Ashes Cricket Gameplay - Australia Flogs England 14:33

The blokes in green and gold take advantage of some shocking mistakes from the English national team. Check out 10 minutes of Ashes Cricket gameplay on PS4. Subscribe to GameSpot Gameplay!..
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England cricketers, Moeen Ali and Alastair Cook, meet Bully, the crocodile, at Townsville's Billabong sanctuary. The team is in Australia ahead of their Ashes tour.
Source: PA - Press Association STUDIO -

News video: Don’t Compare India With West Indies Of 80s Or Australia Of 90s- Gilchrist

Don’t Compare India With West Indies Of 80s Or Australia Of 90s- Gilchrist 01:19

While the India men’s cricket team looks invincible at the moment, with back-to-back ODI and Test series win, former Australian legend Adam Gilchrist does believe they are a force, but only in..
Source: nnis Sports English -

News video: England's Moeen, Finn out of tour opener against Western Australia

England's Moeen, Finn out of tour opener against Western Australia 00:53

England pace bowler Steven Finn and all-rounder Moeen Ali will miss the two-day warm-up match against a Western Australia XI starting in Perth this weekend
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News video: England's Moeen, Finn out of tour opener against Western Australia

England's Moeen, Finn out of tour opener against Western Australia 00:53

England pace bowler Steven Finn and all-rounder Moeen Ali will miss the two-day warm-up match against a Western Australia XI starting in Perth this weekend
Source: Reuters - Sports -

 

Aussie rookie bats smash England bowlers

Jason Sangha and Matt Short are yet to play Sheffield Shield cricket, but they have torn England apart with a 263-run partnership for the Cricket Australia XI.
SBS

Aussies in 'confusion': Warne

Spin legend Shane Warne said Australia are in a state of "confusion" heading into the Ashes series, with England primed for a first Gabba Test boilover. Even amid the massive distraction of the Ben..
Deccan Herald

England humbled by novice pair in tour draw

england humbled by novice pair in tour draw
Novices Jason Sangha and Matt Short scored their maiden first-class centuries for a Cricket Australia XI to frustrate England on the last day of their final Ashes warm-up game on Saturday.
SuperSport

Sport24.co.za | England draw final fixture before Ashes

The Cricket Australia XI batted out the final day to draw their four-day tour match with England in Townsville.
News24

Ashes: England humbled by Jason Sangha & Matthew Short in Townsville

ashes: england humbled by jason sangha & matthew short in townsville
England narrowly avoid going wicketless throughout the final day of their last Ashes warm-up game against a Cricket Australia XI.
BBC News Also reported by •BBC Sport

England narrowly avoid going wicketless on final day of last Ashes warm-up

england narrowly avoid going wicketless on final day of last ashes warm-up
England narrowly avoid going wicketless throughout the final day of their last Ashes warm-up game against a Cricket Australia XI.
BBC Sport

Watch: Groundsman takes stunning catch in England-CA XI Ashes warm-up match

The oldest and most prestigious bilateral cricket series starts on November 27 at The Gabba, Brisbane.
Zee News

Ashes 2017-18: Veteran Shaun Marsh eager to grasp his latest last chance

Batsman Shaun Marsh is determined to grasp what he admits is probably a final chance to establish himself as a regular member of the Australia Test side after earning an Ashes recall. The..
DNA

Ex-Ranji player 'Bab' Bhandary passes away

Former Ranji cricketer Panambur Narasimha Bhandary passed away at his residence due to old-age related ailments on Friday. He was aged 78 years. Fondly referred as Bab Bhandary in cricketing..
Deccan Herald

England go wicketless in Townsville

England have bowled through their first wicketless session of the Ashes tour just five days out from the first Test, as a Cricket Australia XI moved to 3-208.
SBS

England aim for famous five-match win streak vs Australia

england aim for famous five-match win streak vs australia
When the Ashes cricket begins in Brisbane next week, optimistic Aussies will predict a 5-0 whitewash of the Poms — but by then their rugby team may have become victims of the same fate.
MailOnline

Breach scores six tries as England women thump Canada

breach scores six tries as england women thump canada
Debutant Jessica Breach scores six tries as England women thump Canada 79-5 in the first match of their three-Test series.
BBC Sport

England women 79-5 Canada women: Jessica Breach scores six tries

england women 79-5 canada women: jessica breach scores six tries
Debutant Jessica Breach scores six tries as England women thump Canada 79-5 in the first match of their three-Test series.
BBC News

High-stakes Ashes battle marks Test match cricket rejuvenation

England and Australia’s great rivalry will attract bumper crowds and controversy
FT.com

Ex-PCB chief chides board over mishandling of Hafeez's case

[Pakistan], Nov 17 (ANI): Former chairman of Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Zaka Ashraf on Friday expressed suspicion on England's Loughborough University's test report, which led to the suspension
Sify

Cricket-Mooney inspires Australian women to retain Ashes

Nov 17 (Reuters) - Australia ensured they would retain the Women's Ashes after a conclusive six-wicket triumph over England in the first Twenty20 international in Sydney on Friday.
Reuters India


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