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Ambrose unfit, not selected for NZ tour

Nov 12, 1999: Curtly Ambrose will miss the West Indian tour of New Zealand, due to commence early next month

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Malcolm Marshall Dies, Aged Forty-one

Nov 5, 1999: The cricket world is in mourning following the news of the death of one of the greatest fast bowlers of modern times, Malcolm Marshall

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ACB takes no action over Shoaib video

Nov 4, 1999: Yes there is a video

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Mystery surrounds Shoaib Akhtar 'allegations'

Nov 2, 1999: Mystery surrounds the origins of rumours that Pakistani fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar is under scrutiny in Australia over his bowling action

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Pakistan snatch first innings lead against Queensland

Oct 31, 1999: Queensland scored 274 on the first day of their four-day match against Pakistan on Saturday

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South Africa building big lead

Oct 30, 1999: South Africa are well on the way to amassing a big lead over Zimbabwe in the First Test at Goodyear (formerly Springbok) Park, Bloemfontein

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Healy hangs up the gloves

Oct 28, 1999: It was one of the stranger ways to go out

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It's Sharjah time again

Oct 14, 1999: The original off-shore one-day series returns to centre stage today

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Elliott, Vimpani steer Victoria to MMC victory

Oct 10, 1999: Victorian opening batsmen Matthew Elliott and Graeme Vimpani combined to lead the Bushrangers to a comfortable seven-wicket victory over the New South Wales Blues in the opening match of the Mercantile Mutual Cup season at North Sydney Oval today

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Haddin to debut as NSW wicketkeeper

Oct 3, 1999: Brad Haddin makes his first appearance for the New South Wales Blues next Sunday when he dons the wicketkeeper's gloves in the season-opener of the Mercantile Mutual Cup against the Victorian Bushrangers

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Bradstreet and Bevan head NSW Place of Origin Teams

Sep 29, 1999: Manly club-mates Shawn Bradstreet and Michael Bevan will be opposing captains in Sunday's annual City versus Country place-of-origin game to be held at the Joe McAleer Reserve, Blacktown

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India A equalise on a slow LA day

Sep 16, 1999: India A have drawn level in the five-match America Challenge series in Los Angeles, defeating Australia A by five wickets in the second match Thursday

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American Challenge begins in LA

Sep 15, 1999: Forget the "International All-Star" shambles from last month

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Glenn McGrath - Profile 1999

Aug 5, 1999: Took over the mantle of Australia's premier fast bowler after the retirement of Craig McDermott in the mid-1990's

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Mark Waugh - Profile 1999

Aug 5, 1999: One of the most elegant strokeplayers in modern-day cricket, Mark Waugh won world acclaim for his batting in the 1996 World Cup when he scored three centuries for Australia

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New South Wales Blues through to final

Feb 21, 1999: New South Wales will meet Victoria in next Sunday's Mercantile Mutual Cup final following a 49-run victory over Queensland in front of 5360 people at the SCG today.

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Last-ball win for England

Oct 29, 1998: It may have been for all intents and purposes a picnic game to open the Australian tour, but England were probably looking for a more decisive victory than the one they scored yesterday

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0 and 2: A dynasty disintegrates

Dec 3, 1996: Tuesday December 3, 1996: I visited the Sydney Cricket Ground and witnessed a great day's cricket, but I have also witnessed the demise of a cricketing power that I have known and loved for over two decades

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RAY LINDWALL - RUGBY LEAGUE CHAMPION

Jun 24, 1996: Ray Lindwall, probably Australian cricket`s greatest fast bowler since the Second World War, died on Saturday night 22 June 1996, in Brisbane at the age of 74

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