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Australian cricketers miss out on world sports awards

May 23, 2001: Brett Lee and the Australian cricket team were among the nominees to miss out on major awards at the second annual Laureus World Sports Awards night in Monte Carlo on Tuesday

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History-making woman dropped from England side

May 22, 2001: Kathryn Leng has been dropped from the England team for the CricInfo Womens Series against Australia - the day before she was playing in a men's university side.

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Gil Langley dies aged 81

May 15, 2001: Gil Langley, the Australian Test wicketkeeper who also represented his state at football before becoming Speaker of the House in state parliament, died on Monday night in an Adelaide nursing home at the age of 81 following a long illness

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Man rings players, who hang up on him

May 9, 2001: Maybe there was nothing in it

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West Indies women claim undefeated series over Lancashire

Apr 18, 2001: The West Indian women's team made a rare appearance earlier this month when they played host to the touring Lancashire side

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Moving service remembers The Don

Mar 25, 2001: The life of Sir Donald Bradman was remembered tonight in a moving service in front of about 700 invited guests at St Peter's Cathedral, Adelaide

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Australia prepares for memorial to The Don

Mar 25, 2001: The official memorial service for the late Sir Donald Bradman will be a national event in Australia this evening

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Jamaica wins Busta International Shield final

Mar 6, 2001: Jamaica have won the inaugural Busta International Shield Final after their four-day match against Guyana at Sabina Park, Kingston, ended in a draw today

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Jamaica on top in war of attrition

Mar 6, 2001: A grim struggle for first innings superiority at Sabina Park, Kingston, saw Jamaica with the upper hand over Guyana with one day to play in the 2001 Busta International Shield Final

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Blues stay alive with win over Bulls

Mar 5, 2001: The New South Wales Blues kept their hopes of a finals berth in the Pura Cup alive today with an eight-wicket victory over competition-leaders the Queensland Bulls at the Sydney Cricket Ground

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Gayle and Hinds put Jamaica in the driver's seat

Mar 4, 2001: Jamaica are in the driver's seat at the end of the first day of the Busta International Shield Final at Sabina Park, Kingston

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Carl Hooper, West Indian captain

Mar 3, 2001: The rehabilitation of Carl Hooper to the West Indian cricket team was made complete on Friday evening

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Kofi Annan pays tribute to The Don

Feb 28, 2001: The Secretary-General of the United Nations, Kofi Annan, is among the many international dignitaries inside and outside the cricketing world to pay tribute to Sir Donald Bradman, who died on Sunday at the age of 92

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Garrick & Gayle's 425-run stand

Feb 19, 2001: Leon Garrick and Chris Gayle carved their names into the record books on Sunday with the first quadruple-century opening partnership in West Indian first-class history

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Fifteen wickets and a fine: A mixed day for Ryan Hinds

Feb 12, 2001: Barbados all-rounder Ryan Hinds has taken fifteen wickets in his team's six-wicket Busta Cup win over the Leeward Islands on Monday

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Ryan Hinds sets new WI regional bowling record

Feb 11, 2001: Nineteen year-old Ryan O'Neal Hinds yesterday claimed the record for the best bowling figures in an innings in the history of West Indian regional firstclass competition

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NSW make it five Women's League titles out of five

Jan 27, 2001: The Women's National Cricket League is five years old, and today New South Wales won the title for the fifth time

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Bucknor calls Busta Cup bowler for throwing

Jan 26, 2001: West Indian Test umpire Steve Bucknor called a Windward Islands bowler for throwing in a Busta Cup match yesterday

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Blues douse Fire in opening final

Jan 26, 2001: The NSWIS (New South Wales Institute of Sport) Blues have defeated the Queensland Fire by 33 runs to take a 1-0 lead in the best-of-three final series of the 2000-01 Women's National Cricket League at Bankstown Oval, Sydney, today

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Zimbabwe defend the indefensible and topple West Indies

Jan 22, 2001: Zimbabwe have notched up one of their most remarkable limited-over victories at the Sydney Cricket Ground tonight, defending a total of 138 to defeat the West Indies by 47 runs

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