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Ashes 2017: Glorious uncertainty breathes new life into cricket’s oldest contest – The Sydney Morning Herald


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Ashes 2017: Glorious uncertainty breathes new life into cricket's oldest contest
The Sydney Morning Herald
There will be times over the coming five days when Stuart Broad is bowling to David Warner or Nathan Lyon to Alastair Cook, and it looks like Ashes cricket as usual. At other times, we might be watching Craig Overton (if selected) to Cameron Bancroft ...
The Ashes lifts cricket to a higher plane of combat with the terror of fast bowling at its heartTelegraph.co.uk
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Gilchrist sees gain from shock of Paine – cricket.com.au


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Gilchrist sees gain from shock of Paine
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“I hadn't considered Tim Paine to be in the running because he hadn't been keeping regularly, certainly in first-class cricket,” Gilchrist told cricket.com.au. “But on reflection, I can see where the selectors are coming from and the value they see in ...
Ed Cowan says Steve Smith was 'surprised' by Australian Ashes selectionsSporting News
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Left-handed sportspeople have greater advantage in cricket, baseball and table tennis – ABC Online


Left-handed sportspeople have greater advantage in cricket, baseball and table tennis
ABC Online
And to fully exploit the advantages of being left-handed, they'd do well to focus on table tennis, cricket or baseball over tennis, squash and badminton, new analysis suggests. Florian Loffing from the University of Oldenburg in Germany tallied the ...

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Kevin Pietersen’s take on a spiteful Ashes build-up and his fears for the series – NEWS.com.au


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Kevin Pietersen's take on a spiteful Ashes build-up and his fears for the series
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Pietersen fears the absence of big names (bar the likes of Smith, David Warner, Cook and Root) may detract from the Ashes spectacle, which he says will hurt world cricket. However, he still believes careers will be made this summer. “Having spoken to a ...
Pietersen concerned with lack of 'superstars' for AshesSporting News

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Ferguson heads north to Thunder for BBL – cricket.com.au


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Ferguson heads north to Thunder for BBL
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“He's someone that has a lot of experience in world cricket, especially in the T20 format. He brings a lot to the team and I'm really excited about joining up with him.” The 32-year old batsman has played 30 ODI's, three IT20's and a Test match for ...

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Chelsea legend Frank Lampard shines as Champions League pundits Steven Gerrard, Paul Scholes, Rio Ferdinand … – Daily Mail


Daily Mail

Chelsea legend Frank Lampard shines as Champions League pundits Steven Gerrard, Paul Scholes, Rio Ferdinand ...
Daily Mail
Everyone seems to be gripped by Ashes fever with England's battle for the urn Down Under kicking-off on Thursday at The Gabba. Even BT Sport's Champions League panel of pundits couldn't resist the bug and tried their hand at playing cricket in the ...

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Channel Nine cricket commentary team’s lack of diversity is out of touch – The Guardian


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Channel Nine cricket commentary team's lack of diversity is out of touch
The Guardian
Jones and Sthalekar are established expert commentators and former Australian cricketers (Sthalekar a former captain), Mitchell is a one-time Sports Journalism Association Broadcaster of the Year, Edwards is a former England women's cricket captain, ...

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Sadanand Vishwanath seeks to ‘live cricket’ again – The Hindu


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Sadanand Vishwanath seeks to 'live cricket' again
The Hindu
From the heady days of being hounded by fans, the pin-up boy of Indian cricket, described by Sunil Gavaskar as the key man behind India's success at the 1985 World Championship of Cricket, Vishwanath faced the harsh realities of life as he played his ...

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Secret payments to soccer officials cloaked by car names – Gillette News Record

Secret payments to soccer officials cloaked by car namesGillette News RecordHe testified that as part of an agreement to pay the governing body for North and Central America and the Caribbean $35 million to participate in the 2016 Centennial Copa Ameri...

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