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  1. Sport - Other Sport - CRICKET

    Moeen Ali’s six appeal too strong for India in third test

    Posted Jul 31st 2014, 11:04pm by AFP

    ... for four, India collapsed as they lost their final six wickets for 66 runs inside 25 overs on Thursday, with only Ajinkya Rahane (52 not out) offering much in the way of resistance. India, 1-0 up ... innings 95 – and Root’s dashing 56. One major concern for England is that Anderson could miss both the fourth test at his Old Trafford home ground starting on August 7 and the series finale ...

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    No DRS means umpire's word is final for England-India series

    Posted Jul 08th 2014, 10:55pm by AFP

    ... Agence France-Presse in Nottingham System is not being implemented during the five matches, putting more pressure on officials Umpire's word is final for England-India tests Something ... spinner Yuvraj Singh appealed for lbw. But Yuvraj was certain Bell was out and persuaded India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni to request a review. Replays on the giant screen at the ground indicated ...

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    Rain continues New Zealand’s test win drought

    Posted Dec 07th 2013, 02:55pm by AFP

    ... victory in more than a year on Saturday when rain washed out the final session of the first test against the West Indies in Dunedin. After four days of bright sunshine, the heavy downpour began at tea on the final day when New Zealand were 79-4 chasing 112 for victory. After wrapping up the West Indies second innings for 507 before lunch, the modest target appeared a formality despite ...

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    Kevin Pietersen's England career fizzles out

    Posted Feb 05th 2014, 09:54am by Reuters

    ... dismissals and allegations of intolerance towards less experienced team mates, Pietersen always courted controversy but his ability was rarely questioned. “He is a big physical presence and a big ... after being left out of the England squad for a series against Pakistan and was punished again in 2012 for using the social media site to criticise a pundit. He was also dropped for the final ...

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    Mitchell Johnson punishes England batsmen as pendulum swings in Australia's favour

    Posted Nov 22nd 2013, 04:22pm

    ... of the first Ashes test on Friday. Opening batsmen David Warner (45 not out) and Chris Rogers (15) backed up the bowlers and solidified Australia’s position by batting out a gloomy final session to put ... that led to Australia successfully appealing to the TV umpire and sent the wicketkeeper back to the dressing room with a golden duck. That put Lyon on a hat-trick and, although Broad safely watched ...

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    Australians call for review of review system

    Posted Jul 16th 2013, 12:00am by Reuters

    ... captured Australia's final wicket and handed England a 1-0 lead in the five-test series, but the manner of victory left many cold. It also left local media seething after England tail-ender Stuart Broad was allowed to remain at the crease when Dar missed a thick edge, a costly oversight that Australia were unable to appeal, having used up their DRS quota. "What a tragedy ...

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    Australia cricketer Fawad Ahmed speaks out over death threats

    Posted Jul 07th 2013, 12:00am by AFP

    ... club. They helped him appeal directly to the federal immigration minister to continue to stay in Australia. It was while waiting to hear from the minister that Ahmed was contacted by test ... in Victoria's final three Shield matches, taking 16 wickets and was selected in two Australia A matches in Belfast and Bristol last month. On his return to Melbourne, he discovered that his application ...

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    Australia rue run outs despite taking lead

    Posted Jan 04th 2013, 05:25pm

    ... and Karunaratne took a good catch on the run. Wade was dropped, then survived a Sri Lanka TV appeal for a catch which was ruled out for a no ball and finally forced to resort to the TV umpire himself ... in their bid to sweep the series 3-0. Two run outs, including one for Mike Hussey in his final test, and a couple of soft dismissals, however, left Sri Lanka bowling at Matthew Wade, who had survived ...

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    Pakistan anger at Bangladesh axing cricket tour

    Posted Jan 02nd 2013, 12:00am by AFP, AFP and AP

    ... appeals to become involved in the planned tour. "The situation in Pakistan is alarming. There are worries in the country [Bangladesh] over the proposed tour," Hassan said. Ashraf said ... security officials. However, the tour, scheduled for April, was postponed when the Bangladesh High Court ordered its cricket board to defer due to security concerns. "They [the security ...

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    S. Africa survive nervy start against Australia in cricket test

    Posted Dec 01st 2012, 12:00am by AFP

    ... after nervous start South Africa hit back with two wickets after Australia's second-string pace attack dismissed the Proteas on a dramatic opening day of the third and final test ... spearhead Dale Steyn for a golden duck, before Shane Watson (10) was given out lbw to Vernon Philander on a decision review, after umpire Asad Rauf had turned down the initial appeal. The home team ...




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