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World Cup 2015

Mahela-Sanga, a 'hyphenated hosanna'

In the Sydney Morning Herald, Greg Baum pays tribute to Mahela Jayawardene and Kumar Sangakkara, who have been inseparable in the minds of followers for nearly 15 years

Litton Das struck 11 boundaries

National Cricket League 2014-15, 4th day

Litton, Naeem tons crush Rajshahi

A round-up of the National Cricket League matches that ended on February 26, 2015

Dinesh Karthik struck a rapid century while following-on

Maharashtra v Tamil Nadu, Ranji Trophy semi-finals, Kolkata, 2nd day

Patient Tamil Nadu march on

Dinesh Karthik completed his 22nd first-class century, while Vijay Shankar narrowly missed out on his third, as Tamil Nadu marched on to a big score, losing only two wickets on the second day

Rob Quiney and Marcus Stoinis put on 118 for the opening partnership

Victoria v Queensland, Sheffield Shield 2014-15, Alice Springs, 2nd day

Quiney, Stoinis give Victoria strong lead

Victoria gained a strong 95-run lead over Queensland riding mainly on Rob Quiney's 111 and fifties from Marcus Stoinis and Peter Handscomb

Peter Nevill drives through the off side

Sheffield Shield 2014-15

Nevill, Sandhu deflate Western Australia

Peter Nevill and Gurinder Sandhu starred with the bat to help New South Wales to 345 in their first innings

Jackson Bird sends down a delivery

South Australia v Tasmania, Sheffield Shield 2014-15, 3rd day

Bird four-for gives Tasmania edge

Tasmania ended the penultimate day with a lead of 200 runs over South Australia in Adelaide, after the hosts were dismissed for 295 in their innings, conceding a lead of 69

Sarah Taylor attacks the off side

NZ v England, 4th ODI, Lincoln

England Women level series with big win

A five-wicket haul from Kate Cross and a brisk 89 from Sarah Taylor led England Women to a series-leveling nine-wicket win against New Zealand Women in Lincoln

Chris Gayle limbers up before going out to bat

West Indies v Zimbabwe, Group B, World Cup 2015, Canberra

'Some sort of big bat cheat activated'

How twitter reacted to Chris Gayle's record-breaking World Cup double-century