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Players pitch in with cricket gear in tsunami-devastated villages

Malinga and Tharanga return to their roots

Sep 9, 2006: Lasith Malinga and Upul Tharanga did an invaluable favour to their respective schools by providing them with cricket gear.

Sa'adi Thawfeeq

Wrist-spinner travels to Seenigama to open re-built homes

Murali helps out tsunami victims once more

Mar 15, 2005: Muttiah Muralitharan has been helping in the post-tsunami reconstruction effort again

Charlie Austin

World Cricket Tsunami Appeal 2005

Second tsunami match cancelled

Feb 28, 2005: The second tsunami fundraising match between the World and Asian XIs, which was scheduled for Calcutta in April, has been cancelled

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Warne chips in for tsunami relief

Mending fences

Feb 11, 2005: It's strange that it took a tragedy of the enormity of a tsunami to bring together people whose relationships had been strained over the years

Sa'adi Thawfeeq

World Cricket Tsunami Appeal 2005

Second match put back till April

Jan 27, 2005: The second World Cricket Tsunami Appeal match, between the World XI and an Asian XI, has been put back to late April, over fears about player burnout

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New Zealand v FICA World XI, 2nd match, Wellington

A match that had everything

Jan 24, 2005: The latest fundraising match between New Zealand and a World XI had it all, says Andrew McLean

Andrew McLean in Wellington

New Zealand v Shane Warne's World XI, January 24, 2005

A match that had everything

Jan 24, 2005: The latest fundraising match between New Zealand and a World XI had it all, says Andrew McLean

Andrew McLean in Wellington

Cricket for a cause

Kolkata to host second tsunami match

Jan 20, 2005: Kolkata has been selected as the venue for the second match of the fundraising series between an ICC World XI and an Asian XI, which will be held on February 13

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Tsunami relief

The Oval to host fundraising Twenty20 international

Jan 19, 2005: The Oval will host a Twenty20 match between Asia and the Rest of the World on June 20 to raise money for the victims of the Boxing Day tsunami

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Sydney to host event on January 23

Fund-raising walk for tsunami victims

Jan 13, 2005: Australia's generous response to the Asian tsunami will continue on January 23, when cricketers and fans will join for the 'Cricketers Walk For Sri Lanka Tsunami Victims' around Sydney's Centennial Park to raise further funds for victims of the

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The possible revival of Warne's one-day career

Warne could return to ODIs, says Ponting

Jan 13, 2005: Shane Warne announced his retirement from one-day cricket two years ago, but if the words of his captain and vice-captain are anything to go by, a return to ODIs may well be imminent for him

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'I'll play in Australia again' - Murali

Jan 12, 2005: A year ago Muttiah Muralitharan threatened he would never tour Australia, but the reaction at the MCG on Monday changed his mind

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Murali magic on an unforgettable night

Jan 11, 2005: Occasionally sport has a significance that transcends nationality, politics, and religion

Roving Reporter by Christine Davey at the MCG

Tsunami charity matches

Warne leads World XIs in New Zealand

Jan 11, 2005: Sri Lanka will finish their two-Test tour of New Zealand in April after the original trip was cancelled in the wake of the Boxing Day tsunami

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Charity match raised more than AUS$14 million

Big bids made for players' shirts

Jan 10, 2005: The shirt worn by Shane Warne in the first tsunami charity match has received a bid for over AUS$140,000 (about £57,000) on the Australian ebay website

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Cricket Aid programme

Sumathipala meets LTTE officials

Jan 10, 2005: Thilanga Sumathipala, chairman of Cricket-Aid, led a Sri Lanka Cricket delegation to meet with LTTE sports officials over the weekend and agreed to set-up and manage an emergency camp for 200 families in Mullaitivu.

Charlie Austin

ICC World XI v ACC Asia XI ODI, Melbourne

Cricket's finest stand

Jan 10, 2005: Humanity hasn't known a natural calamity greater than last month's tsunamis, and it was appropriate that cricket should respond in the best possible way

Sambit Bal

ICC World XI v ACC Asia XI ODI, Melbourne

Ponting leads World XI to victory

Jan 10, 2005: A showcase of the world's best players could not produce a gripping finish, but Ricky Ponting led the list of memorable performances in tribute to the more than 150,000 victims of the Boxing-Day tsunami

Bulletin by Peter English

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World Vision donates $500,000 to Cricket-Aid

Jan 9, 2005: World Vision (Australia) have pledged $500,000 to Sri Lanka Cricket's fundraising appeal called Cricket-Aid, which will provide emergency relief to 1000 tsunami victims in the short term and also house 200 families in four `Cricket Villages' in the

Charlie Austin

Will tend to his sick children instead

World Vision donates $500,000 to Cricket-Aid

Jan 9, 2005: Marvan Atapattu will miss the tsunami relief fundraising game in Melbourne on Monday because his two children have fallen ill

Charlie Austin
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Asia XI v ICC World XI at Melbourne - Jan 10, 2005
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