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Shah hoping time has come
When Diogenes was discovered begging money from a statue he explained that he was "practising disappointment"; Owais Shah looks at England team sheets


Gilchrist did not contravene laws
Australia's Adam Gilchrist did not contravene the rules by using a squash ball in his left glove during the World Cup final, the MCC (Marylebone Cricket Club) said on Tuesday


Dravid promises tough tour
With the World Cup humiliation still fresh in the mind, captain Rahul Dravid on Tuesday cautioned his teammates not to take the "much-improved" Bangladesh lightly in the one-day series, beginning on Thursday


Vaughan doubtful for Lord's Test
England captain Michael Vaughan is likely to miss the first Test against West Indies on 17 May after suffering a broken finger during a county game


A new beginning for the Windies
Ramnaraesh Sarwan has been installed as the new West Indies cricket captain following the surprise resignation of batting superstar Brian Lara at the end of the just-concluded ICC World Cup 2007


Zimbabwe tour in doubt
The Australian government will pay the fine if the September cricket tour to Zimbabwe is cancelled in protest at human rights violations by the government of President Robert Mugabe


World Cup back in Australia
Australia captain Ricky Ponting expressed mixed feelings on the World Cup experience after he arrived back Down Under this morning after the Caribbean tournament


McGrath had no retirement regrets
Glenn McGrath said he had no regrets or second thoughts after calling time on his international cricket career


Tamil Nadu upset the odds to enter top ten
Tamil Nadu, winners of the first ever Inter State Twenty20 Cup lead the charge of Indian domestic teams up the Bartercard Power Rankings


Middlesex in the pink for cancer
Middlesex unveiled their new and exclusive pink Twenty20 kit for the 2007 campaign on Monday, in partnership with Breakthrough Breast Cancer


World Cup referee admits error
World Cup match referee Jeff Crowe admitted that Sri Lanka had been mistakenly asked to come back on the field for a final three overs in the rain-reduced World Cup final against Australia


Gilly steers Australia to glory
Adam Gilchrist's innings of sheer greatness lifted Australia to an unprecedented third consecutive World Cup, but the 53-run victory over Sri Lanka was sealed in complete darkness in a farcical finish to the tournament


Gilchrist star man in final
Adam Gilchrist is unlike most people's idea of a typical Australian cricketer except when it comes to his batting


World Cup ends in darkness
The World Cup ended in darkness with even the commentators saying that they can hardly see what was happening out there in the field


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