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Australia name Ahmed, Voges in Ashes tour squad, Glen Maxwell not selected

Australia name Ahmed, Voges in Ashes tour squad, Glen Maxwell ...

Australia's selectors have named leg-spinner Fawad Ahmed and veteran Western Australian batsman Adam Voges in their 17-man tour squad for the West Indies and England tours in June and July, but given the cold shoulder to Glenn Maxwell. DNA, 24 minutes ago

After Cricket World Cup Win, Australian Team on a High in Breakfast Radio Show

The Australians know how to party and after the cricket World Cup win they called in to Tasmania's Heart 107.3 to talk to the Dave & Kylie breakfast show. Reported by: Jaideep Chakrabarty Last updated on Monday, 30 March, 2015 17:58 IST
 NDTV9 minutes ago ICC names World Cup XI  Himalayan times2 hours ago Johnson reserves his best for the last  Deccan Herald9 hours ago The doosra: A high five for champions Australia  Rediff.com19 hours ago

'A little hungover' Australians aim to be No 1 in all formats

Australian players have a laugh on stage during celebrations at Federation Square in Melbourne. Photograph: Quinn Rooney/Getty Images Dark sunglasses were the order of the day for Australia's triumphant cricket team on Monday as they paraded the World Cup trophy to hundreds of fans at a public reception after a night of heavy partying at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. It's a wrap! The good, bad and ugly at 2015 World Cup De Villiers 1st on MVP standings. Guess who's 5th? SHOCKING! No Dhoni, no ...
 Rediff.com21 hours ago 'Done it without raising a sweat,' scream Australian media  Rediff.com23 hours ago It's a wrap! The good, bad and ugly at 2015 World Cup  Rediff.com23 hours ago PHOTOS: Thousands of fans celebrate with their World Champions  Rediff.com1 day ago

Chandu Borde asks for 2019 WC preparations to start immediately

India should start preparing for the 2019 World Cup in a diligent manner similar to the way in which the triumphant Australians did for the just-concluded edition, feels former Test cricketer and ex-chief selector Chandu Borde.
 DNA16 hours ago Preparations for 2019 World Cup should start immediately: Chandu Borde  Zee News17 hours ago Aaron Finch says wasn't 'overly worried' about form during rusty WC run  Business Standard2 days ago Preparations for 2019 WC should start immediately: Borde  Times of India17 hours ago
The Telegraph

Winning at home amazing: Shane

Australian all-rounder Shane Watson said his unbeaten knock of 64 against Pakistan in the World Cup quarter final was the "most important innings" of his ODI career as he was "lucky" to survive the hostile spell from Wahab Riaz. Watson was not in the best of ...
 The Telegraph8 hours ago Quarter-final against Pakistan most important innings of my career, says Shane Watson  One India22 hours ago Pakistan innings was most important I played in ODIs: Watson  IndiaTV News16 hours ago World Cup 2015: Pakistan innings was most important I played in ODIs, says Shane Watson  DNA21 hours ago

We're extremely proud: Clarke

Dark sunglasses were the order of the day for the Australian cricket team on Monday, who took part in a public reception in Melbourne on Monday after a night of partying, celebrating their World Cup triumph on Sunday. With voices hoarse and complexions pasty ...
 The Telegraph8 hours ago
IBN Live

PMO silent on leak of Modis personal data in Australia

The Australian Immigration Department mistakenly leaked the personal details of 31 world leaders attending the G-20 summit last year, including those of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and US President Barack Obama, a report said on Monday.
 Hindustan Times10 hours ago Email accidentally revealed personal details of world leaders at G20 summit  IBN Live14 hours ago Personal details of 31 world leaders leaked accidentally at G 20  News on Air16 hours ago

Dravid bats for an out-of-form Kohli

Dismissing criticism against Virat Kohli for his early dismissal in the World Cup semi-final against Australia, former Indian cricket captain Rahul Dravid said barring the one blip, the star batsman has been sensational Down Under. "We have short memory. He did play his absolute best at the Test matches. In fact, he was sensational," Dravid said on the sidelines of an event here. "I cannot think of an Indian batsman who had come to Australia and played as well as Virat Kohli in the Test ...
 Rediff.com21 hours ago Kohli has been sensational in Australia: Dravid  Deccan Herald1 day ago
MSN India

Hogg backs Smith to lead Australia in ODIs

While his 95 and 72 against Afghanistan and Sri Lanka respectively in the league stages were impressive, he upped his game in the knockouts. His 65 against Pakistan in the quarterfinal helped Australia complete a tricky chase, and the 105 against India in the ...
 MSN India16 hours ago

Jubilant Melbourne crowd toasts Australian cricket heroes

The World Cup winning Australian cricket team were feted at the Federation Square here by a jubilant crowd on Monday as they celebrated Sunday's win in the final against New Zealand.The 15 players and coach Darren Lehmann sat on a stage and soaked up the love ...
 Prokerala17 hours ago
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