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18
Jun 2007
9:34 PM EDT
   

Chester-Le-Street: Paul Collingwood's unbeaten hundred on his Durham home ground steered England to a first innings lead in the fourth and final Test against the West Indies at Riverside here Monday.
At tea, on the fourth day, England were 341 for seven in reply to West Indies' 287, a lead of 54 runs.
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15
Jun 2007
5:01 AM I
   

Karachi: Former Bangladesh coach Dav Whatmore was left as the main contender to coach troubled Pakistan after his Australian compatriot Steve Rixon ruled himself out.
Pakistan are due to shortlist candidates later this week to replace Bob Woolmer, who died at the World Cup in Jamaica in March prompting a police investigation and controversy.
Police this week announced that he died of natural causes, not murder.
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07
Jun 2007
6:48 AM I
   

Bangalore: Mahela Jayawardene and Mohammad Yousuf hithalf- centuries to help Asia post a challenging 317-9 againstAfrica in the first ODI of the Afro-Asia series.SkipperJayawardene made a fluent 65 and Pakistan's Yousuf a solid66 after Asia had elected to bat on a good track in theday-night game.
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02
Jun 2007
10:56 AM I
   

Mumbai: Mumbai: Nimbus Communications hasbaggedthetelecast rights for India's offshore ODIseriesagainstSouth Africa and Ireland in June, the BoardofControl forCricket in India (BCCI) announced.
Thethree-matchseries in Northern Ireland had been thrownintodoubtWednesday after rights holder ZeeTelevisionpulledout of a deal to broadcast matchesinvolving Indiaatneutral venues, citing differences with theboard.
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01
Jun 2007
7:46 AM I
   

Lahore: Pakistan's controversial fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar has claimed that he has often been made scapegoat by team officials and said when the whole nation is indisciplined, one can not expect the cricket team to be disciplined.
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01
Jun 2007
6:39 AM I
   

Gravitation does not take responsibility for people falling in love
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31
May 2007
9:36 AM I
   

Few Indian crickters are going to feature in the Afro-Asia Cup matches. Hmmmmm... hectic schedule for these guys
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31
May 2007
9:04 AM I
   

Lots of indian cricket coming up but the players are struggling with their fitness. We need to have a pool of 30 world class cricketers to play so many matches on rotation
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31
May 2007
8:35 AM I
   

Dont expect much from others when u cant do enough for them
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31
May 2007
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Dont expect much from others when u cant do enough for them
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24
May 2007
5:54 AM I
   

Chittagong : Sachin Tendulkar and Sourav Ganguly hit centuries as India moved to 384-6 after a rain-curtailed second day of the first cricket Test against Bangladesh here at Ruhul Amin Stadium on Saturday.
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24
May 2007
5:51 AM I
   

Chittagong: India's ill-timed tour of Bangladesh at the start of a grueling year-long schedule for its cricketers drew sharp criticism.

Indian and Bangladeshi officials were forced to duck for cover as inclement weather threatened to consign the first Test at the Ruhul Amin stadium to a watery grave.
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24
May 2007
5:40 AM I
   

Abu Dhabi: World Cup finalists Sri Lanka gave their Australian coach Tom Moody an ideal goodbye here at the Sheikh Zayed Stadium on Tuesday as they beat Pakistan by 115 runs in their third and final one day international.
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24
May 2007
2:52 AM I
   

Chittagong: The rain-savaged first cricket Test between India and Bangladesh petered into a draw here on Tuesday despite a last-minute bid to force an unlikely victory.
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22
May 2007
1:58 PM I
   

England and West Indies were heading for a draw in the first Test here at Lord's after rain meant only eight overs were bowled before lunch on Monday's fifth and final day.
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22
May 2007
1:55 PM I
   

Bangladesh tailenders Mashrafe Mortaza and Shahadat Hossain defied India's bowlers with career-best knocks to steer the hosts to safety in the first Test here on Monday.
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22
May 2007
4:38 AM I
   

Abu Dhabi: Pakistan beat Sri Lanka by five wickets in the 1st ODI here on Friday after a superb 73 off just 34 balls from Shahid Afridi.

He even managed to hit 32 off just one over for the second highest number of runs scored in an over, to convert what could have been a tough match into an easy victory with eight overs to spare.
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19
May 2007
11:09 AM I
   

relations which require an effort to be maintained are never true and when the relations are true they never require an effort to be maintained
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19
May 2007
9:08 AM I
   

Sachin Tendulkar has been appointed vice-captain for the Test series against Bangladesh which commenced here today.
Interestingly, V V S Laxman was appointed vice-captain for the Test series in South Africa.
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19
May 2007
8:55 AM I
   

Paul Collingwood and Ian Bell put on 144 for the fifth wicket as England dominated West Indies on the second day of the first Test at Lord's.

Collingwood was finally bowled by Dwayne Bravo after hitting 111, his fourth Test century, to leave Bell and debutant Matt Prior at the crease.

With the scoreboard reading 372-5 at tea and the second new ball losing its shine, England retained the momentum.
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