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    Cricket
    `We will target Dravid, Laxman'
    MUMBAI, SEPT. 26. Three more Tests and Glenn McGrath would have made 100 appearances for Australia. "It's something special for an Australian cricketer, and also for others. The wear and tear in a fast bowler is much more and hence it's a fine ...

    Warne and his priorities
    MUMBAI, SEPT. 26. Shane Warne expects to be Australia's trump card and make a statement with both bat and ball in the four-Test series against India. In the course of his half-hour chat with reporters at the Taj Mahal Hotel, Warne rattled off his ...

    Bradshaw & Browne script incredible win
    LONDON, SEPT. 26. As Ian Bradshaw went down on his knees to majestically herald the winning runs with a square drive, West Indian cricket glowed at The Oval. Never had a boundary carried greater value for West Indies cricket for a long, long ...

    BEYOND BOUNDARIES
    Oh! What a wonderfully resilient game
    What a wonderfully resilient game cricket is. It can survive the vagaries of the weather, the miscalculations of superstars, and even the idiocies of administrators. On Saturday evening at the Oval in south London a tournament scheduled at the ...

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    Why the Australians dominate
    Cricket is a test of skills, but whether a side conquered the demon of self-doubt, or wilted under the pressure, was decided by factor X - the Strength of Mind. All things equal, it was the mind that provided the winning edge to a side. If a ...

    Lara painted it gold in murky setting
    LONDON, SEPT. 26.It was a miserable, wet as only muggy London can be, wrap-up-warm-dear-or-you-will-catch-your-death-of-cold sort of a day with grey skies stretching further than the eye could see and rain always in the wind. Brian Lara painted ...

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    Bryan brothers clinch it
    NEW YORK, SEPT. 26. The United States clinched a spot in the Davis Cup final on Saturday after easily beating Belarus in doubles to take an unbeatable 3-0 lead. Bob and Mike Bryan scored the decisive victory for the Americans, who have won a ...

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    PUNE, SEPT. 26.The Stewards of RWITC decided to cancel Sunday's races here due to the refusal of the jockeys to ride their respective mounts, on emotional grounds. Jockey Yogender Singh's accidental death on his mount Dilnawaz at Saturday's races ...

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