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Former Cricketer, Commentator Benaud Has Private Funeral
New Indian Express

Benaud laid to rest at private funeral

SYDNEY: A private funeral service attended by ex-players Shane Warne and Ian Chappell was held on Wednesday for former Australia cricket captain and commentator Richie Benaud. Benaud died last Friday at the age of 84 of complications from skin ... Daily Times, 2 days ago
Private funeral held for Benaud Japan Times, 3 days ago
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Chand Harmeet and the winding road to glory

Provided by Wisden After the Under-19 World Cup in 2012, Ian Chappell spoke of the need to fast-track exceptional talent like Unmukt Chand and Harmeet Singh into the national team. It is unlikely that either of Unmukt Chand or Harmeet Singh, ...
 MSN News US3 days ago Chappell names Dhoni captain of his World Cup XI  Rediff.com3 weeks ago World Cup 2015: Australia-New Zealand final revives 'underarm' memories  Times of India3 weeks ago Chappell-Hadlee Trophy will also be at stake during World Cup final  Sportskeeda.com3 weeks ago
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'Didn't take much notice of Tendulkar's criticism'

Former India coach Greg Chappell has been roped in by the Pathan brothers -- Irfan and Yusuf -- for their soon-to-be-launched coaching academy in Baroda and Delhi. In an exclusive interview with the Times of India, the Aussie legend was asked how he ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star1 week ago 'India should keep cricket healthy across all formats'  Cricbuzz.com1 week ago I didn't take much notice of Sachin's criticism: Greg Chappell  Times of India1 week ago Didn't take notice of Sachin's criticism: Greg  INooz1 week ago
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Chappell admits deserved berating he got from Benaud during infamous underarm 1981 incident

Sydney, Apr 11 (ANI): Former Australian Test great Greg Chappell has admitted that he deserved the berating he got from late legendary broadcaster Richie Benaud during the February 1, 1981 tie between New Zealand and Australia, which many believe ...
 Yahoo! India1 week ago Greg Chappell admits deserved berating he got  Deccan Chronicle1 week ago
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Hindustan Times

Proactive captaincy will ensure ODIs remain viable Ian Chappell

Its no coincidence that the three best sides in the World Cup Australia New Zealand and India were captained aggressively Michael Clarke Brendon McCullum and MS Dhoni all took the attitude Bugger the regulations taking wickets is what winning captaincy is all ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago Australia, New Zealand and India Were Captained Aggressively in World Cup 2015: Ian Chappell  NDTV1 week ago
First Post.com

Before NZ-Aus World Cup final, the notorious underarm incident is recalled

It was on the same MCG pitch on Feb. 1, 1981 that Australia captain Greg Chappell instructed his brother Trevor to bowl, underarm, the last ball of a one-day international match when New Zealand needed to hit six runs to force a tie. The post Before NZ-Aus ...
 First Post.com3 weeks ago Delivery that started a rivalry  The Telegraph3 weeks ago For this couple, Australia-New Zealand rivalry begins at home  DNA3 weeks ago How the underarm incident changed cricket's fate in New Zealand  Rediff.com3 weeks ago
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Not quite cricket without Tests

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Greg Chappel; TOPICS The recent Cricket World Cup has breathed life back into the game's second-oldest format. Jawaharlal Nehru might have been talking about the various formats of the game of cricket ...
 The Hindu2 weeks ago
Times of India

World Cup 2015: Rohit Sharma reminds Ian Chappell of Aravinda de Silva

Ian Chappell says Rohit Sharma's match-winning innings of 137 against Bangladesh in the WC quarterfinal reminded him of Aravinda de Silva.
 Times of India3 weeks ago Rohit's ton against Bangladesh reminded Ian Chappell of Aravinda de Silva  First Post.com3 weeks ago Rohit reminds Ian Chappell of Aravinda de Silva  Prokerala3 weeks ago Rohit Sharma reminds Ian Chappell of De Silva  Times of India3 weeks ago
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India Today

Tendulkar didn't like my idea to bat down the order: Greg Chappell

Former India coach Greg Chappell says his relations with Sachin Tendulkar soured after the Australian had asked the Indian cricket icon to bat down the order at the 2007 World Cup.
 India Today2 months ago Chappell divulges reasons for fall out with Tendulkar  Rediff.com2 months ago Guru Greg reveals why he had a fallout with Sachin  Rediff.com2 months ago Greg Chappell opens up about fallout with Sachin Tendulkar  DNA2 months ago
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DNA

WATCH: Johnson took the game away

Former Australian skipper Ian Chappell says that the late-order cameo from Mitchell Johnson (27 off 13 balls) took the game away from MS Dhoni & Co. as they were left to chase a daunting total of 329 in World Cup 2015 semifinal. Australia eventually, won by ...
 MSN India3 weeks ago Chappell believes sensible move to bring in Clarke for Bangladesh game to prove fitness  Business Standard2 months ago Ian Chappell believes sensible move to bring in Clarke for Bangladesh game to prove fitness  DNA2 months ago
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