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McGrath does the usual, rocks England
BRISBANE: Glenn McGrath is not just a great bowler; he makes an impression on cricketers of every era. Early in his career he bowled out England at Lord's watched by Ted Dexter, England captain and later chairman of the selectors. "I love this ...

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Indian batsmen need to find answers
CAPE TOWN: The embattled Indian batsmen need to find answers and fast. There is much to be learnt from the disaster at Kingsmead. The Indians were peppered with lifting deliveries from just short of a good length in the second MTN series ODI. ...

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A question mark against the Indian batsmen
No one, not even Sachin, has that competitive aura that can put bowlers on the back foot, writes Barry Richards

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Time we got our priorities right
It is because we, as a people, get our priorities wrong that the men and women we elect get theirs wrong, writes Nirmal Shekar

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Onnu Onnu Onnu in good form
Hyderabad: Onnu Onnu Onnu, who is in good form, may not find the top weight a stopper in the Raja Bahadur Venkatram Reddy Memorial Cup (1,200m), the main event of the races here on Sunday (Nov. 26). False rails (about 4m from 1,400m to the ...

Mystical should score an encore
Mumbai: Mystical, who is unbeaten in his last seven starts, should extend his winning streak by winning the A.C. ArdeshirTrophy, the chief event of the races here on Sunday (Nov. 26). False rails (width 6m from 1,600 up to the winning post) ...

Amorina appeals most
KOLKATA: Amorina appeals most in the Calcutta 1000 Guineas (1,600m), the main event of the races to be held here on Sunday (Nov. 26). 1 ANGELES PLATE (1,100m) — 2-y-o only (Terms), 12-50 p.m.: 1. Keep The Message (5) Manasseh 55, 2. ...

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