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  • Will the hosts once again win the cricket World Cup? Most likely 1 week ago

    As we come closer to the World Cup, all the teams are busy sorting their permutations and combinations. Every World Cup brings with it a bank of surprises that opens up the tournament, but this one is all set to get a notch higher as there are no clear favourites...
  • Form guide of 2015 World Cup participants January 14, 2015

    Sydney: The 2015 World Cup takes place in Australia and New Zealand from February 14 to March 29 where India will be the defending champions in the 14-nation tournament. One month out from the start, AFP Sports updates the current form and prospects of the competing teams: Pool A Afghanistan - Afghanistan's main...
  • Shaun Marsh out with hamstring injury February 17, 2013

    Melbourne: Cricket Australia on Sunday announced that Australia A batsman Shaun Marsh will take no further part in the series against the England Lions after he ruptured a hamstring tendon during Saturday's match at Bellerive Oval, Hobart. Australia A physiotherapist David Beakley said: "A scan has revealed that Shaun Marsh ruptured...
  • Kiwis bask in glory of historic Test win December 12, 2011

    Hobart: New Zealand skipper Ross Taylor praised his team's fighting spirit as the Kiwis pulled off a magnificent sevenrun victory for their first win in Australia for 26 years at the Bellerive Oval on Monday. Looking consigned to defeat with Australia closing in at 159 for two, chasing down 241...
  • Bracewell's Hobart burst enhances family name December 12, 2011

    Hobart: With an eightball burst that removed Australia's three most senior batsmen and irreversibly swung momentum in the second Test, Doug Bracewell etched the family name further into New Zealand cricket folklore. Bracewell took 6 for 40, including the final wicket, as Australia fell seven runs short of their 241run target...
  • Warner's ton in Hobart proves his pedigree December 12, 2011

    Hobart: David Warner defied his doubters and rewarded his backers by carrying his bat on Monday for an unbeaten 123 in his second Test, but it was the only highlight for Australia in their sevenrun loss to New Zealand. The discipline and patience he showed should dismiss the impression that the...