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England women through to semi-finals after win against West Indies in T20 World Cup

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England women through to semi-finals after win against West Indies in T20 World Cup

England women through to semi-finals after win against West Indies in T20 World Cup

England are into the semi-finals of the Women’s T20 World Cup after beating West Indies by 46 runs in Sydney on Sunday.

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T20 World Cup in 2020 'unrealistic', says Cricket Australia chairman [Video]

T20 World Cup in 2020 'unrealistic', says Cricket Australia chairman

Cricket Australia (CA) chairman Earl Eddings on June 16 said that staging the ICC T20 World Cup in Australia is 'unrealistic' due to the ongoing coronavirus crisis. The T20 World Cup 2020 is slated to be played in Australia from October 18 to November 15.

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'No rush' for ICC to make decision on T20 World Cup, Richardson says

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Cricket Australia boss says Twenty20 World Cup schedule under 'very high risk' [Video]

Cricket Australia boss says Twenty20 World Cup schedule under 'very high risk'

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77-year-old wartime diary reunited with family after being found on shop floor [Video]

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A 77-year-old wartime diary has been reunited with the family of its late owner after being found on the floor of a supermarket in Australia.Margo Cooper died in March 2011 but her diary, written about her time in the Women’s Auxiliary Air Force in 1943, was discovered on the ground in a shop in Gordon, Sydney.The collection of poems and photographs was handed to Kuring-Gai Police on May 20, sparking a nationwide hunt to find Mrs Cooper’s family.

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Thousands march in peaceful Black Lives Matter rallies in Sydney, Newcastle

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