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Cairns pleads 'not guilty'

Chris Cairns: A life with Less diamonds, more obstacles

Wild-haired and 6'2'', Chris Cairns was an unmissable Marco Pierre White type of figure on the cricket field in the 1990s. He also performed a role that matched his colourful personality — an all-rounder. In his day, the son of former cricketer ... Economic Times, 2 weeks ago
Cairns pleads 'not guilty' AOL UK, 2 months ago
Cairns pleads not guilty to perjury, 2 months ago
Townsville Bulletin

Cats to feel the heat

Geelong Cats player Josh Caddy with Shalom College students Delma Gisu and Lance Hudson. Picture: Evan Morgan Source: News Limited THERE is nowhere Josh Caddy would rather be right now than in the blistering heat of a Townsville ...
 Townsville Bulletin1 month ago


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 Cape Times E-dition2 months ago

How the underarm incident changed cricket's fate in New Zealand

A video grab of Trevor Chappell bowling underarm. New Zealand's cricketing Gallipoli came on February 1, 1981 when Australia captain Greg Chappell instructed his brother Trevor to bowl the last ball of a One-day match at the Melbourne Cricket Ground along the ground. New Zealand, with an All Black at the crease in the form of Brian McKechnie, needed a six to tie a World Series one-day final match. McKechnie blocked the ball and threw his bat away in disgust. His team had lost but the outcry ...
 Rediff.com4 days ago Special NZ cricket through the eyes of Don Neely  Cricbuzz.com2 weeks ago John Parker, in the line of fury  Cricbuzz.com2 weeks ago Cricket: The birth of the beige  New Zealand Herald2 months ago

Whitsunday MP rejects 'back-flip' claims over net-free fishing zone

Member for Whitsundays Jason Costigan says his position has not changed on a proposed net-free fishing zone north of Mackay, despite accusations of a ' back-flip .' In a submission to a Queensland's fisheries review in October, Mr Costigan ...
 ABC Online6 days ago
MSN News

Fielding: The game changer

Provided by Wisden Jonty Rhodes's destructive kinetic energy in the first-ever day-night World Cup had an unparalleled impact. Fielding was never the same. On re-entry into the international circuit after the apartheid ...
 MSN News1 week ago World Cup: How fielding standards achieved a new dimension  IBNLive India News1 week ago Prowling the field from Rhodes to Vettori  MSN News1 week ago

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 Australian Aviation Magazine1 week ago
Bangalore Mirror

A unified West Indian team is an absolute necessity to overcome the in-form Black Caps

It is sometimes hard and often painful to imagine that the glorious days of West Indies cricket are long gone. When I was a child, I grew up reading about and at times, when opportunity came our way, watching and idolising some of the greatest ...
 Dhaka Tribune1 week ago West Indies double down; sun rises on packer era  Bangalore Mirror1 month ago West Indies again on song in Packer-hit tourney  ProKerala.com1 month ago World Cup Flashback: West Indies again on song in 1979  IBNLive India News1 month ago

Colourful snapper's last brave fight

Former Herald Sun photographer Peter Ward with boxing legend Muhammad Ali. Source: News Limited WALKELY Award-winning photographer Peter Ward has died aged 67 after a typically courageous fight with brain cancer. He had a few brave fights, did the ...
 Herald Sun2 weeks ago

Wellington's Basin Reserve: Cricket's room with a view

The museum contains artefacts such as cricket's third oldest bat and a tiger-skin rug presented to John Reid by the Maharaja of Vizianagaram. It looks like a hockey stick, it's from 1774, it's perfectly suitable for playing under-arm bowling ...
 Indian Express2 weeks ago
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