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Canada beat Kenya in Associates clash

Delhi, India – Canada overcame some early jitters with the bat to eventually win the battle of the Associates by beating Kenya by five wickets and register their first win in the ICC World Cup 2011 on Monday at the Feroz Shah Kotla.

Right-hander Jimmy Hansra (70) and captain Ashish Bagai (64 not out) stitched together a 132-run partnership for the fourth wicket that sealed the Group A match for the Canadians.

Windies players and officials fully focussed following incident

St John’s, Antigua– The West Indies Cricket Board wishes to advise the public and cricket loving fans that all the players and officials of the West Indies team while slightly shaken by the incident are in very good spirits, are fully focussed on the Cricket World Cup campaign and representing the people of the West Indies.

The team has had a meeting to discuss the incident and has since travelled, as per schedule, to Mohali in India, for their next Group Match.

O'Brien stuns England with record 113

Bengaluru, India – Kevin O’Brien smashed the fastest ever ICC Cricket World Cup century to propel Ireland to a stunning three-wicket win over England in a Group B match on Wednesday at the M Chinnaswamy Stadium.

Richardson sees more Windies success

Dhaka, Bangladesh – West Indies Team Manager Richie Richardson has praised the team for this fine showing in the last ICC Cricket World Cup match against the Netherlands on Monday night.

He singled out fast bowler Kemar Roach for special plaudits after he became the first West Indian to take a hat-trick in a World Cup match.

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Malinga's magic destroys Kenya

Colombo, Sri Lanka - Lasith Malinga became the first player in ICC Cricket World Cup history to take two hat-tricks after a stunning bowling performance on his return to the team saw him take 6-38 as Sri Lanka defeated Kenya by nine wickets on Tuesday.

Malinga used his inswinging yorkers to devastating effect with a series of unplayable deliveries, finishing the innings with four wickets in the space of six legitimate deliveries as Kenya crumbled from 102-2 to 142 all out.

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