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Friday, March 16, 2007
Chancy half-century by Jayawardene
Port of Spain: Mahela Jayawardene, self-promoted to one-drop, reacquainted himself with form, that fickle and elusive governess of batting, on Thursday. At the Queen's Park Oval, Jayawardene made a chancy 85 (90 balls, six fours, two sixes) ...
McGrath proves too hot for the Scots
Burly Smith stands firm amid the ruins; Ponting declared Man of the Match
Memorable day for Ponting
Some statistical highlights from the Australia vs. Scotland and Canada vs. Kenya matches played in the World Cup on Wednesday: Australia's 203-run triumph over Scotland is the second biggest victory margin (in terms of runs) in World Cup ...
Tikolo stars in Kenya's easy outing
GROS ISLET (ST. LUCIA): Impressive slow bowling and a captain's innings from Steve Tikolo helped Kenya to a seven-wicket win over Canada in the opening World Cup Group C match on Wednesday. The Africans reached their target in 43.2 overs ...
Alonso looks to put McLaren on top
The defending champion is chasing 50-year record
Kiwis on revenge mission
England skipper banking on Flintoff, Pietersen and Collingwood.
Ireland in a spot of bother
KINGSTON (JAMAICA): Ireland, put in to bat, was in some bother and had lost half its side for 89 after 22 overs in the World Cup Group D encounter against Zimbabwe here on Thursday. Opener Jeremy Bray, on 47, was holding the innings ...
`I will learn and get better'
PORT OF SPAIN: For S. Sreesanth, India's tour of the West Indies last year was a major phase in his evolution as a fast bowler. He has improved further since, most noticeably in Test cricket. But, aspersions were cast on his ability to adapt ...
Symonds may play against Holland
BASSETERRE (St. Kitts): Andrew Symonds could make a surprise comeback for Australia's World Cup Group A match against Netherlands on Sunday. Skipper Ricky Ponting hinted at the early recall in an interview following Australia's 203-run win ...
Gavaskar's remarks draw flak
SYDNEY: Former Australian cricketers Allan Border and Darren Lehmann have condemned former Indian captain Sunil Gavaskar for linking the behaviour of Australian cricketers with the death of David Hookes. Hookes, a former Australian cricketer, ...
Chelsea cuts Man United's lead
London: Chelsea cut Manchester United's Premier League lead to six points on Wednesday after a Frank Lampard penalty gave the champion a 1-0 win over struggling Manchester City. Making the most of its game in hand on the leader, Lampard drove ...
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