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Ben Rohrer slammed 20 runs in the final over of the innings

WA v NSW, Sheffield Shield 2015-16, Perth

Hughes 124 drives NSW to 284 on opening day

A firm century by Daniel Hughes and a dogged contribution from Ben Rohrer drove New South Wales to 5 for 284 against Western Australia in the day-night Sheffield Shield match at the WACA Ground

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Glenn Maxwell provided brief resistance

South Australia v Victoria, Sheffield Shield 2015-16, Adelaide

Brisk Maxwell propels Victoria into ascendancy

A return to form by Glenn Maxwell powered Victoria to 9 for 325 before Matthew Wade's declaration allowed the visitors to see off South Australia's openers in their Sheffield Shield match under lights at Adelaide Oval

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Evan Gulbis goes over the top

Queensland v Tasmania, Sheffield Shield, Brisbane

Webster ton leads Tasmania revival

Beau Webster's second century for Tasmania allowed the visitors to scrap their way to 9 for 269 after the first day-night of the Sheffield Shield match at the Gabba

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Shane Watson in conversation with Quetta Gladiators mentor Viv Richards

Pakistan Super League 2016

Watson injured ahead of World T20, out of PSL

Allrounder Shane Watson has suffered an abdominal injury less than five weeks out from Australia's opening match of the World Twenty20

Melinda Farrell in Wellington

Adam Voges walks back after ending the day unbeaten on 176

New Zealand v Australia, 1st Test, Wellington, 2nd day

Voges decision affected bowlers - Mascarenhas

New Zealand bowling coach Dimitri Mascarenhas is sure that the Adam Voges no-ball call, that costed the hosts a wicket has taken a toll on his bowlers, and also praised Voges on his century saying that "he's just not getting out at the moment."

Adam Voges was bowled, but umpire Richard Illingworth wrongly called it a no-ball

New Zealand v Australia, 1st test, Wellington, 1st day

ICC committee rules out reviews of wrong no-ball calls

The ICC cricket committee has ruled out the possibility of reviews of erroneous no-ball calls, on the basis that a batsman should not be judged on how he played a ball that was ruled illegal before he did so