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Australian cricket

WACA gets $5m conditional grant

The struggling Western Australian Cricket Association (WACA) today received a $5 million conditional state government grant to help it wipe out crippling debt repayments

Queensland squad for game against Tasmania

Love omitted from Queensland one-day side

Former Test batsman Martin Love has been left out of Queensland's one-day cricket side after struggling to return from a finger injury

New South Wales v South Australia, ING Cup, Canberra

Tait blasts out New South Wales

New South Wales stumbled to a 14-run defeat chasing a mere 168, as Shaun Tait made his presence felt at the top and the bottom of the innings to take 4 for 24 from eight overs

Kenya v Pakistan, Pool C, Edgbaston

Tikolo to step down from captaincy

Steve Tikolo, who led Kenya in the Champions Trophy, has said that he intends to resign from the captaincy following his side's seven-wicket defeat against Pakistan at Edgbaston

ICC Champions Trophy 2004

Lee or McGrath may get the axe

Brett Lee or Glenn McGrath face the axe when Australia's ICC Champions Trophy campaign gets serious against New Zealand on September 16

Western Australia loses cricketing patriarch

Ken Meuleman dies aged 81

Western Australia lost a cricketing icon when Ken Meuleman passed away on Friday night at Hollywood Private Hospital in Perth after a battle with bone cancer

Western Australia loses cricketing patriarch

Ken Meuleman dies aged 81

Western Australia lost a cricketing icon when Ken Meuleman passed away on Friday night at Hollywood Private Hospital in Perth after a battle with bone cancer

A$40 million set aside

Further funding for Gabba facelift

The Queensland government today announced a further A$10 million in funding to boost the redevelopment of Brisbane's Gabba Stadium

Australia v Pakistan, Videocon Cup final, Amstelveen

Woolmer exudes confidence ahead of final

Bob Woolmer believes that Pakistan can beat Australia in the final of the Videocon Cup in Amsterdam tomorrow

Cricket in Sydney

'Telstra is a huge opportunity' - Ken Edwards

Ken Edwards, the chief executive of the Telstra Stadium, expects international cricket matches at the Olympic venue to be sellouts and thinks that the state-of-the-art arena will appeal to more than two million fans from western Sydney