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Mon, 03/07/2011 - 06:39

Mohali, India – Brilliant batting by AB de Villiers and Hashim Amla helped South Africa script a 231-run victory – the fourth-biggest in ICC Cricket World Cup history – over the Netherlands in their Group B match on Thursday.

While Amla laid the foundation with a brilliant 113, de Villiers made a blazing 134 to help South Africa put up 351-5 off their 50 overs on a good...

Mon, 03/07/2011 - 06:38

Colombo, Sri Lanka – Shahid Afridi bowled Pakistan to yet another impressive 46-run win in ICC Cricket World Cup 2011 with a spell of 5-23 against Canada on Thursday.

Pakistan, batting first, were bowled out for 184 in 43.4 overs and in reply Canada were shot out for 138 in 42.5 overs at the R Premadasa Stadium. It was Pakistan’s third consecutive win and they now top Group...

Mon, 03/07/2011 - 06:37

St John’s, Antigua– Trinidad & Tobago batsman Runako Morton has been fined 35% of his match fee following the Trinidad & Tobago v Windward Islands WICB Regional 4 Day match at the Arnos Vale Playing Field.

Morton was charged with a Level 1 (Rule 1.1) breach relating to abuse of cricket equipment or clothing, ground, equipment or fixtures and fittings.

Morton...

Mon, 03/07/2011 - 06:37

Dhaka, Bangladesh – West Indies will be focussed and determined when they face Bangladesh in their ICC Cricket World Cup Group B match at the Sher-e-Bangla Stadium on Friday.

First ball is 2.30 pm (4.30 am Eastern Caribbean Time/3.30 am Jamaica Time).

Many observers believe the match will be a close contest and the Windies players know they will come up against a capable home side backed by a...

Mon, 03/07/2011 - 06:36

Mirpur, Bangladesh – All proof that West Indies had descended below Bangladesh in the One-Day International Rankings was strongly rebuffed on Friday, when they emphatically demolished the World Cup co-hosts by nine wickets.

Rubbing salt in the wounds, West Indies used just three bowlers – Kemar Roach, Sulieman Benn, and their captain Darren Sammy – and they hardly broke a sweat, as Bangladesh were...

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