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Guwahati, Dec. 2: Ten differently-abled individuals from Assam will be representing the country at the 2013 Asia Pacific Regional Games of Special Olympics at New Castle, Australia, that were inaugurated yesterday.
I don't pay that much attention to how many games we are playing," says the captain on arrival in SA where he is asked about the truncated series I don't pay that much attention to how many games we are playing," says the captain on arrival in SA where he is asked about the truncated series MAHENDRA Singh Dhoni arrived in South Africa yesterday and ... (more)
Australia captain Michael Clarke believes he will recover from an ankle injury in time to play in the second Test Australia captain Michael Clarke is confidently expecting to be fit for the second Ashes Test, despite missing training on Tuesday because of his sore right ankle.
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Continuing doubts about the bowling actions of spinner Shane Shillingford and all-rounder Marlon Samuels have contributed to the West Indies' chaotic preparation for the first cricket Test against New Zealand which starts at the University Oval tomorrow .
The regularity of a bowler taking a wicket is measured by the strike rate, and it is a fairly good indicator of how potent a player is in Test match cricket.
SYDNEY: Pakistan-born cricketer Fawad Ahmed has been named Australia's Muslim sportsperson of the year, beating code-hopping rugby league superstar Sonny Bill Williams.
Former Black Cap, recalled to face Windies at home, can't wait to bat away memories of last test five years ago.
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In form: Phil Hughes hits a ton against Victoria, his second in five shield games this season.