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West Indies v Australia, 2nd Test, Antigua, 2nd day

Refreshed Clarke sparks Australia

May 31, 2008: Michael Clarke made a fluent and emotional century before striking twice with the ball late in the day to further tighten Australia's grip

The Bulletin by Brydon Coverdale

West Indies v Australia, 2nd Test, Antigua, 1st day

Australia ride on Katich century

May 30, 2008: Simon Katich and Ricky Ponting both celebrated big moments in their careers as Australia took control in Antigua

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Legspinner unconvincing in first Test win

MacGill's form a worry for Australia

May 27, 2008: The most worrying aspect of the first Test was the form of Stuart MacGill

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West Indies v Australia, 1st Test, Jamaica, 5th day

Brilliant Clark gets Australia home

May 26, 2008: Stuart Clark produced arguably his best day of bowling in an already first-rate Test career to give Australia a 95-run victory

The Bulletin by Brydon Coverdale

Australian cricket

Doubts hang over once invincible Australia

May 25, 2008: The fact that West Indies are providing a serious challenge to Australia in the first Test indicates Australia have lost their aura of invincibility in the past 18 months, according to Alex Brown in the Sydney Morning Herald .

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West Indies v Australia, 1st Test, Jamaica, 4th day

West Indies set up thrilling finale

May 25, 2008: West Indies will need the best fourth-innings chase at Sabina Park after Andrew Symonds rescued Australia from their worst opening to a Test innings in 72 years to set the home side 287 for a final-day victory

The Bulletin by Brydon Coverdale

West Indies v Australia, 1st Test, Jamaica, 3rd day

Gutsy Chanderpaul sparks fiery West Indies

May 24, 2008: After being hit on the head, Shivnarine Chanderpaul went on to score 118 before his bowlers reduced Australia to 17 for 4 at stumps

The Bulletin by Brydon Coverdale

West Indies cricket

Curious fans request Woolmer hotel room

May 23, 2008: In the Herald Sun , Ben Dorries reports from Jamaica that one year on from the death of Bob Woolmer, the place where he died has become something of a tourist drawcard.

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Australian cricket

Shane can't stay out of the spotlight

May 23, 2008: In the Weekend Australian , Peter Lalor writes that although a Test comeback for Shane Warne seems positively ridiculous, that has never stopped the legspinner before.

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West Indies v Australia, 1st Test, Jamaica, 2nd day

Clark wobbles Windies on tricky pitch

May 23, 2008: If there were any doubts how important Ricky Ponting's first-day 158 was to this match, they evaporated on the second day as batsmen from both sides struggled and Stuart Clark and Fidel Edwards thrived on the unpredictable pitch

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Australian cricket

Symonds finds the perfect runner

May 22, 2008: Alex Brown reports in the Sydney Morning Herald that Andrew Symonds took the chance in Jamaica to catch up with another sporting superstar, Asafa Powell.

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West Indies v Australia, 1st Test, Jamaica, 1st day

Sublime Ponting punishes West Indies

May 22, 2008: Ricky Ponting said in the lead-up to the first Test that Australia, the No. 1-ranked team in the world, would show no mercy against West Indies, who are in eighth position. It took only one day of the series for Ponting to put his words into action as he

The Bulletin by Brydon Coverdale

Surrey v Yorkshire, County Championship, The Oval

Butcher hundred hurts Yorkshire

May 21, 2008: Mark Butcher piled on the runs against Yorkshire, finishing unbeaten on 189 on a day when Surrey fans had hoped to see another former England batsman reach triple figures

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New Zealand cricket

What's happened to the Bleak Caps?

May 15, 2008: In the Dominion Post , Jeremy Coney runs his eye over the current New Zealand team - he calls them the Bleak Caps - and finds plenty of reasons for concern.

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English cricket

Playing a Broad bat

May 15, 2008: Duncan Fletcher in the Guardian shows he is still thinking about the importance of a strong lower order

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English cricket

A tale of two Sidebottoms

May 15, 2008:

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West Indies cricket

West Indies selectors wasting time and money

May 13, 2008: Writing in the Jamaica Gleaner , Tony Becca is baffled by the West Indies selectors.

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ICC

Let's stop embarrassing the umpires

May 13, 2008: In the Age , Greg Baum gives his view on the ICC's move towards player referrals to the third umpire.

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Australian cricket

Watch out for Beau leggies

May 9, 2008: In the Age , Chloe Saltau meets Beau Casson, Australia’s second spinner on their Test tour of the West Indies.

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English cricket

No reason to rush Flintoff

May 8, 2008: Mike Atherton in the Times weighs into the Andrew Flintoff debate and suggests the England selectors should let him find form in county cricket before letting him return to Tests.

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