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HEALING HERBS: Sugar apple gets you in the groove

The Principal and staff of Gordon Greenidge Primary School invited me to address them at Teachers Professional Day last Friday. The focus was on health and healing. The day was very productive and as professional teachers, we exhibited great ... Barbados Daily Nation, 2 months ago

India seek answers to starting problems

History shows great teams have always been served well by their openers. To mention just a couple here, the pairs of Gordon Greenidge-Desmond Haynes from the West Indies and Matthew Hayden-Justin Langer from Australia had a big hand in their respective teams ...
 Deccan Herald6 days ago

Premier Cricket: Carlton openers relish early season form

Yes, they are a long way from Greenidge-Haynes, but Carlton opening pair Trent McCormick and Donovan Pell have formed a formidable partnership thus far in the Victorian Premier Cricket season. The West Indian legends Gordon Greenidge and Desmond ...
 Melbourne Times Weekly2 months ago
Sydney Morning Herald

When Peter Toohey was swept off his dancing feet

Peter Toohey looks at the image that personified Australian cricket's malaise and shifts a little in his seat. More than 36 years on, the enormity of what they were up against smacks him between the eyes again. He's even got the scar to show for ...
 Sydney Morning Herald2 days ago When Toohey was swept off his dancing feet  Melbourne Age2 days ago
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Younis becomes oldest Pakistani to score a century in ODI

ISLAMABAD - Although Younis Khan's hundred in the third ODI against New Zealand at Abu Dhabi went in vain, he did create a record on the way, becoming the oldest Pakistani batsman to score a one-day hundred. Younis was 37 years and 18 days old ...
 Daily Times4 days ago Younis Khan becomes oldest Pakistani to score a century in ODI  Pakistan Observer3 days ago

Testing times as some flourish

The first Test, rescheduled, and affected by a cricket tragedy of unprecedented magnitude, ultimately followed predictable lines. Adelaide provided a belter of a pitch. Australia's players were powerfully motivated to excel. India's bowling ...
 WA Today1 week ago Testing times as some flourish, some face uncertainty  Sydney Morning Herald1 week ago Immaturity uncorked at the cricket  WA Today1 week ago
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The New Daily

A heroic knock, and a glimpse of the future

The partnership between Michael Clarke and Steven Smith represented the present and future of Australian cricket. Australia 7-517 at stumps on day two. One by one, they lined up to pay homage to their little mate. First David Warner on ...
 The New Daily1 week ago
British Judo Association

Strong performances from Great Britain's young judoka at the British Championships for Pre-Cadets and Cadets

Great Britain's young judoka travelled from across the UK to battle on the mat in Sheffield this weekend (6-7th December) to win the prestigious title of British Champion, producing some excellent judo in their pursuit of gold. The British ...
 Noodls2 weeks ago
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India may field World Cup team in tri-series

The tri-series in Australia, India's final ODI engagement before the World Cup, gets underway on January 16, says Chandresh Narayanan, casting a fascinating look at the survivors from earlier World Cups. Image: Indian players celebrate a dismissal during the 2011 World Cup final against Sri Lanka at the Wankhede stadium in Mumbai.Photograph: Matthew Lewis/Getty Images India's hopes of defending the title at the World Cup has received various voices of support from former Australia captain Ian ...
 Rediff.com2 weeks ago World Cup Chronicles: India's fairy tale run during the magical summer of 1983  DNA India1 month ago

The Killing Fields

Phillip Hughes tragic death has once again shown that cricket is a bloody and dangerous sport, says Sabin Iqbal Photo: AFP With a cricket ball as the missile, anything can happen, and that's what makes it such a compelling and potentially ...
 Tehelka2 weeks ago
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