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South Africa smash New Zealand by 72 runs


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Simon Barnes: The disenchantment among the weaker teams is forcing a devaluation of Test cricket

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    The Singhs of Inverhaugh

The journey of Bart and Jan Singh's labour of love in rural Canada - the alluring Inverhaugh Cricket Club - which they built from scratch. By Justin Robertson

    'I never stole money, yet I was given five years'

Half a decade since his ban ended, Maurice Odumbe continues to live with the stigma of corruption. By Tim Wigmore

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Australia selector Rod Marsh did not wish to see his team getting outplayed
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Shakib Al Hasan took six wickets on his comeback
Younis Khan punches through the covers
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Ahmed Shehzad muscles a six
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Azhar Ali sweeps
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Mominul Haque dives to try and catch a ball


     Pakistan 454 & 185/1 v Australia 303
     Zimbabwe 240 v Bangladesh 10/0
     SL Women 76 v SA Women 77/3 (17.3/20 ov)
SA Women won by 7 wickets (with 15 balls remaining)


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