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Winning six karma for good things I’ve done – Karthik

It has been two days since Dinesh Karthik pulled off a heist to snatch victory in the final of the Nidahas Trophy. His unbeaten 29 off eight balls has also breathed a new lease of life into a start-stop career over nearly a decade and a half. Karthik believes the last-ball six off Soumya Sarkar to clinch the game was ...

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Kagiso Rabada ban overturned over shoulder clash with Steve Smith

The ICC have downgraded Kasigo Rabada’s punishment for recent altercation Rabada clashed shoulders with Australia captain Steve Smith after dismissal He was banned for two matches but that decision has been reversed Fast bowler is now free to play in the third Test in Cape Town on Thursday By Press Association Reporter Published: 09:12 GMT, 20 March 2018 | Updated: ...

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Agar heads to Middlesex for the Blast

Middlesex have signed Australian all-rounder Ashton Agar for this season’s Vitality Blast tournament. Agar will join Middlesex at the end of June after the completion of Australia’s limited-overs stint in England, a tour that involves five ODIs and one T20I against England. He will be available to play in all fourteen South Group matches, and will remain with Middlesex until ...

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Neil Wagner ready to put friendship with Alastair Cook on hold

Alastair Cook’s friendly reunion with New Zealand seamer Neil Wagner will have to be put on hold when the serious business of the first Test starts in Auckland. England’s national record run-scorer has already had a few convivial chats with his Essex team-mate, about county championship-winning days together at Chelmsford et al. But feisty left-armer Wagner has a job to ...

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Stuart Broad insists he is not past his best

Stuart Broad did not need to come charging in off his full run to dismiss the suggestion his pride had been hurt by the prospect of Joe Root breaking up the greatest new-ball partnership in England’s Test history. ‘To be honest I wasn’t,’ said Broad of Jimmy Anderson’s declaration that his partner had been ‘disappointed’ to have the new-ball taken ...

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‘Backroom noise hindering exciting Test series’ – Elgar

The two things Dean Elgar has enjoyed most about the last seven days is the silence and the chance to reflect on two highly competitive games of cricket, away from the sideshows that have surrounded them. “There’s been so much noise that people have actually forgotten there is such a great Test series happening between two strong and competitive teams. ...

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