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  • A South African sinks their ship

      The hero of New Zealand’s semifinal triumph in the World Cup. Grant Elliott is South African by birth and even played domestic cricket in South Africa. If New Zealand win their maiden World Cup…

     
  • Mbalula: Proteas still winners in my eyes

      Domingo questions Duckworth-Lewis method Proteas coach Russell Domingo has questioned the legitimacy of the Duckworth-Lewis method after their rain-affected Cricket World Cup semi-final loss to New Zealand in Auckland. The Proteas were going strong…

     
  • They walk away smiling

      Mahela Jayawardene and Kumar Sangakkara might not have got a fairytale ending to their ODI careers but the veterans smiled through the disappointment as they fondly recounted their respective journeys. “He (Mahela) would be…

     
  • Injured Chigumbura to miss Ireland tie

    Zimbabwe captain Elton Chigumbura has a left leg injury and won’t play in his team’s next Cricket World Cup match against Ireland at Bellerive Oval on Saturday. Team officials said Chigumbura sustained a muscle tear…

     
  • TENDULKAR CALLS FOR 25-TEAM WORLD CUP

      YDNEY Sachin Tendulkar blasted proposals to slash the 2019 World Cup to just 10 nations, describing it as “a backward step“ and suggesting the tournament be expanded to 25 teams.“I found out the next…

     
  • Kohli-like incidents should be avoided

      Virat Kohli, in a case of mistaken identity, abused a senior journalist of a leading national newspaper for a story on girlfriend Anushka Sharma. Team India says Kohli has apologised for the incident.  …

     
  • Shami Declared Fit For West Indies Clash

      Indian fast bowler Mohammed Shami has recovered from his knee injury and will be available for selection ahead of his side’s clash against West Indies on Friday in Perth. India’s team manager RN Baba,…