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India in semis is a bit of a surprise: Simon Doull

New Zealand's Simon Doull is best remembered for his 7 for 65 against India at Wellington in 1998. The former Kiwi pacer spoke to Chetan Narula about the semifinalists' chances. It's shaping up to be an interesting finish to the tournament. Any ... Economic Times, 6 days ago

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Simon Doull insists Kiwis have 'strongest' team ever heading into a CWC

ington February 8, 2015 Last Updated at 14:35 IST Former New Zealand cricketer Simon Doull believes that the Black Caps are dealing with the pressure well and they have the strongest team they have ever had heading into a Cricket World Cup. The ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago Simon Doull insists Kiwis have strongest team ever heading into a CWC  24Dunia1 month ago Simon Doull believes Kiwis have 'strongest' team ever heading for World Cup  DNA India1 month ago Doull brands 'match winner' Williamson Kiwis' 'glue'  Ani News2 months ago
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New Zealand Herald

Shark wins battle for cricket star's catch

Bronze whalers come out the winners in race to grab kingfish Simon Doull (left) had only the head of his kingfish after a bronze whaler ate the rest during a fishing trip with Paul Green. Photo / Geoff Thomas 'Lift the rod and wind down!" was the ...
 New Zealand Herald1 month ago
Cricbuzz.com

Tour Diary Basin Reserve, where history and time stand still

India are 15 for 4, carved up by Simon Doull in the first hour. Mohammad Azharuddin flays a drive through the covers off Doull, tongue protruding, taveez flapping out of his unbuttoned shirt. He taps the pitch a few feet away. Doull runs in. Azhar ...
 Cricbuzz.com4 weeks ago
Stuff.co.nz

Simon Doull: Williamson the glue that frees up team

Don't call the Black Caps favourites for this Cricket World Cup - that tag doesn't sit well with them. There is no doubt this crop of New Zealand players is mentally tougher than some teams in the past - test wins against the likes of India, and ...
 Stuff.co.nz2 months ago
New Zealand Herald

Black Caps v South Africa - as it happened

Follow our live coverage of today's semi-final with Black Caps all rounder Jimmy Neesham, sports writers Nick Edlin and Cameron McMillan and the Herald's team of reporters and commentators. All times NZT. Scroll to end of article for ball-by-ball ...
 New Zealand Herald6 days ago NZ v South Africa - as it happened  New Zealand Herald6 days ago Black Caps win  New Zealand Herald6 days ago De Villiers getting ready for SA's final steps  24Dunia1 month ago
NEWS.com.au

Two toes Guptill's grisly history

A WORLD Cup double century with just two toes — Martin Guptill has certainly claimed a unique place in cricket's record books. that resulted in him having the three outside toes amputated on his left foot. As Millmow noted, his nickname is Marty ...
 FoxSports.com.au1 week ago
Livemint.com

South Africa hampered by lack of bowling options

Given the lack of a fifth bowler, even A.B. de Villiers(right) has had to turn his arm over, on two occasions. Photo: Nigel Marple/Reuters Melbourne: In the group stage of the 2015 World Cup, India is the only team to have bowled out the ...
 Livemint.com2 weeks ago

UAE's Mohammad Tauqir discourages ICC's redctuion of team numbers

UAE captain Mohammad Tauqir posted a very valid point against those who agree to ICC's idea of reducing the number of participating teams to 10 for the 2019 edition, which basically takes away the chances of most Associates nations. - #Quiz360: ...
 Yahoo! Maktoob News2 weeks ago

Mike: Won't take Afghans lightly

Auckland: New Zealand coach Mike Hesson insisted on Monday that the high-flying Black Caps will pay Afghanistan the utmost respect having tracked the Asian minnows' astonishing progress at close range. Hesson briefly coached Kenya in 2011 and ...
 Calcutta Telegraph3 weeks ago
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