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  1. Finch to fire on Eastern OvalRead the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | The Courier

    AUSTRALIAN Twenty20 captain Aaron Finch is poised to light up Eastern Oval in Saturday's Victorian Premier Cricket country round. Finch has been confirmed as a starter by his home club, Geelong, for its clash in Ballarat with Frankston Peninsula.

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  2. Matt Heath: Kiwis life and soul of the global partyRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Oct 19 | The New Zealand Herald

    Last week Southern Cross chief executive Craig Morrison told Kiwi travellers "Don't get out of control on booze, and go to bed before midnight". Apparently insurance companies don't have to pay out if you hurt yourself while drinking overseas.

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  3. WA bowl against VicsRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 18 | West Australian

    Western Australia will bowl first against Victoria in Sunday's domestic one-day cup match in Sydney as they seek a win that will likely secure their place in next Sunday's final. The West Australians have made just one change to the side which defeated South Australia by four wickets on Friday, bringing in spinner Michael Beer in place of Jason Behrendorff on what is expected to be a slow wicket at Blacktown International Sports Park.

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  4. 4 beer festivals coming up in or near YorkRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Oct 18 | York Press

    Over the next couple of weeks there are four fantastic events to enjoy, including new beers and new venues, as well as some old classics at familiar pubs. Special attention must be paid before all else to the first Copmanthorpe Beer Festival, which is being held from noon until midnight next Saturday.

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    Saturday Oct 18 | Burton Mail

    THE cream of South Derbyshire's sporting crop as well as some unsung heroes have been recognised for their achievements. Gymnastics geniuses, swimming superstars and top-notch table tennis talents were among those lauded at the district's annual sports awards.

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  6. McLaren says Proteas must adapt to conditions at Bay Oval ahead of NZ Odi-seriesRead the original story

    Saturday Oct 18 | Newkerala.com

    South African all-rounder Ryan McLaren has said that their squad must adapt to the foreign conditions as soon as possible, ahead of the ODI series against New Zealand starting at the Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui on Tuesday. The Bay Oval is a relatively unknown ground, with a single ODI between the Netherlands and Canada to its name, but would reportedly offer the South African squad an opportunity to improve on their growing away-record which stands at nine wins out of 11 this year.

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  7. New Zealand vs South Africa 2014: Ryan McLaren asks Proteas to adapt to the conditions quicklyRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 10 | CricketCountry.com

    Ryan McLaren said that having spoken to the guys that have played there in the past the general perception is that the wickets there tend to be a bit slower AFP South African all-rounder Ryan McLaren has said that their squad must adapt to the foreign conditions as soon as possible, ahead of the ODI series against New Zealand starting at the Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui on Tuesday. The Bay Oval is a relatively unknown ground, with a single ODI between the Netherlands and Canada to its name, but would reportedly offer the South African squad an opportunity to improve on their growing away-record which stands at nine wins out of 11 this year.

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  8. In the overcrowded future, we all might be eating beetles, mealworms and other bugsRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | The Raw Story

    ... I've agreed to be a guinea pig at an experimental insect tasting in Wageningen, a university town in the central Netherlands. My hosts are Ben Reade and Josh Evans from the Nordic Food Lab , a non-profit culinary research institute. Reade and Evans ...

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  9. Sydney takes O60s title with overwheming win in finalRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Northern Daily Leader

    SYDNEY 1 took out the State Over 60s Cricket Championships in Armidale yesterday after knocking off the Mid North Coast Sharks' total of 178 only one wicket down. SYDNEY 1 took out the State Over 60s Cricket Championships in Armidale yesterday after knocking off the Mid North Coast Sharks' total of 178 only one wicket down.

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  10. Proteas must adapt - McLarenRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Oct 17 | Iol.co.za

    The Proteas will have to rely on character and adaptability in uncharted territory, all-rounder Ryan McLaren said ahead of their One-Day International series against New Zealand on Tuesday. The Proteas play two of their three ODIs against the Black Caps at the Bay Oval in Mount Maunganui - an unknown ground, with a single ODI between the Netherlands and Canada to its name.

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  11. Finch replaces Wade as Vic cricket captainRead the original story

    Thursday Oct 16 | West Australian

    Aaron Finch has been named Victorian captain in place of the suspended Matthew Wade for Friday's domestic one-day cricket match at Blacktown in Sydney. Wade was earlier on Friday suspended for one game after being found guilty of breaching Cricket Australia's Code of Behaviour, with the wicketkeeper throwing a water bottle which broke a window in the dressing room after being dismissed against NSW on Sunday.

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  12. Dirk Nannes signs deal with Otago VoltsRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | Stuff.co.nz

    Otago Cricket has confirmed the signing of Dirk Nannes as the Volts' second overseas professional for New Zealand's domestic Twenty20 competition. After starting his international career for the Netherlands, Nannes went on to spearhead the Australian Twenty20 attack.

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  13. Cairns appears in courtRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | The Daily Star

    New Zealand cricket great Chris Cairns appeared in a London court on Thursday charged with perjury relating to a libel action he brought in England in 2012. Cairns won 146,000 dollars after he sued former Indian Premier League chairman Lalit Modi over a 2010 tweet accusing the all-rounder of match-fixing during his time in the now defunct Indian Cricket League.

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  14. Witnesses' cricket commitments delay Cairns trialRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | NBR Newsroom

    Mr Cairns has been charged with perjury following his 2012 libel trial against Lalit Modi, the founder of the Indian Premier League. He has indicated he will contest the charges.

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  15. Chris Cairns' perjury trial set for 'cricket desert'Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | Stuff.co.nz

    The charge against Cairns was that between 1 October 2011 and 31 March 2012, having been a witness in the libel trial, he wilfully made a statement he knew to be false when he said he had never cheated at cricket and had never contemplated it. At a preliminary hearing on Thursday at Southwark Crown Court in London, Cairns' legal team successfully argued October 2015 was the only time when potential witnesses would not be playing international or county cricket.

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  16. Long delay likely in Cairns trialRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | The New Zealand Herald

    Chris Cairns leaves Southwark Crown Court where he faces a perjury charge linked to a libel action he brought in the UK in 2012. Photo / AP The perjury trial of former New Zealand cricket captain Chris Cairns may not be heard until October next year, in order to allow international cricketers to give evidence, a British court heard late last night.

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  17. Former New Zealand captain Chris Cairns appears in Southwark Crown Court on perjury chargeRead the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | Daily Mail

    Cairns won A 90,000 in damages after he sued Lalit Modi over an accusation of match-fixing made on Twitter in January 2010 Former New Zealand captain Chris Cairns appeared in court on Thursday charged with perjury linked to a libel action he brought in the UK in 2012. Cairns won A 90,000 in damages after he sued Lalit Modi, founder of the Indian Premier League , over an accusation of match-fixing made on Twitter in January 2010.

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  18. New Zealand all-rounder Cairns appears...Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | Bangkok Post

    New Zealand cricket great Chris Cairns appeared in a London court on Thursday charged with perjury relating to a libel action he brought in England in 2012. Former New Zealand cricketer Chris Cairns -- seen here in Auckland on may 30, 2014 -- retired from international cricket in 2004 after becoming one of only 12 players in Test history to complete the 'double' of 200 wickets and 3,000 runs Cairns won pound sterling90,000 after he sued former Indian Premier League chairman Lalit Modi over a 2010 tweet accusing the all-rounder of match-fixing during his time in the now defunct Indian Cricket League.

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  19. Chris Cairns' trial set for October 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | Stuff.co.nz

    Former New Zealand cricketer Chris Cairns' perjury trial will not to take place until October 2015 as that is the only time potential witnesses will not be playing international or county cricket. At a preliminary hearing at Southwark Crown Court in London tonight NZ time, a start date of 5 October 2015 was set for a four-week trial, Cairns' legal team claimed October 2015 was the only time when potential witnesses will not be playing international or county cricket.

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  20. Cairns trial likely in October 2015Read the original story w/Photo

    Thursday Oct 16 | The Cricketer International

    Chris Cairns is likely to face his perjury trial in October 2015 following a brief court appearance in London on Thursday. Cairns, who has been charged with perjury linked to the libel action he brought against Lalit Modi in 2012 for match-fixing accusations made on Twitter in which he was awarded A 90,000 in damages , attended Southwark Crown Court along with barrister Andrew Fitch-Holland who faces one count of perverting the course of justice.

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