Jun 3, 2013: The USA Cricket Association has announced a one-year agreement with Smart Choice Auto Group to sponsor the men's national team
Search for a new coach
Oct 25, 2007: Colin Miller has been ruled out of the running to be the new Bangladesh coach. It leaves the board short of options after John Dyson was snapped up by West Indies
Hunt for a new coach
Oct 22, 2007: The Bangladesh Cricket Board's bid to appoint a new foreign coach for the national team received a blow when John Dyson, the former Australian batsman who was one of the contenders, decided to take up the West Indies job
Post to be filled by October 30
Oct 18, 2007: Bangladesh could have a new coach in place in time for their tour of New Zealand in December, after the Bangladesh Cricket Board named Gordon Greenidge, John Dyson and Colin Miller on a new three-man shortlist.
Australia tour memories
Jul 26, 2005: The 1961series left enduring memories for Brian Booth
Australia in New Zealand 2004-05
Mar 14, 2005: A piece of technical advice from two of Australia's most zany Test bowlers revived Jason Gillespie's first Test and helped him repel the threat of Brett Lee
Jul 5, 2004: It may have critics, but American ProCricket is not afraid of experimentation
American ProCricket launches
Jun 24, 2004: The wait is over
Sep 15, 2003: The Cricket Australia Chairman's XI for the match against Zimbabwe at Lilac Hill, Perth on Wednesday 1 October has been confirmed.
Jul 2, 2002: Australian cricketer Colin Miller today announced his retirement from first-class cricket, following a career that spanned 17 years.
May 21, 2002: The cricket careers of Damien Fleming and Colin Miller could be over after they were today overlooked by Victoria for contracts for next season.
May 21, 2002: The Victorian Cricket Association (VCA) today announced that it would not be offering player contracts to Damien Fleming and Colin Miller for the 2002/03 season.
May 1, 2001: Australian Cricket Board (ACB) Chief Executive Officer Malcolm Speed today announced the twenty-five players to be contracted by the Board for the next twelve months
Apr 13, 2001: Reigning Australian Test cricketer of the year Colin Miller admitted today he was mightily relieved to have been picked in the Ashes squad after hearing whispers he could be overlooked
Sep 25, 2000: Bowler Colin Miller has withdrawn from the Australian squad to contest the ICC Knock-out tournament in Kenya in October after failing a fitness test on his right calf muscle
Aug 28, 2000: Australian Cricket Board (ACB) Chief Executive Malcolm Speed today announced the following squad to take part in the ICC Knock-Out tournament in Kenya from October 3 - 18
Jul 12, 2000: The Victorian Cricket Association in conjunction with the Footscray Cricket Club, today proudly announced the official return of Colin "Funky" Miller to Victorian cricket for the 2000/2001 cricket season
Mar 10, 2000: As expected, Western Warriors batsman Damien Martyn and versatile Tasmanian Tigers bowler Colin Miller have been recalled to the Australian team to play New Zealand in the first Test in Auckland starting Saturday
Aug 27, 1999: The Australian Cricket Board (ACB) Appeals Committee today dismissed the appeal by Colin Miller for a transfer from Tasmania to Victoria
After spending 15 years in the domestic circuit, Naman Ojha is expected to make his Test debut in the third match, for which, he says, he is not facing additional pressure because of the long wait
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Kumar Sangakkara left the ground after almost everyone he knew very closely had. Then it rained a little. Sangakkara had played his last match for Sri Lanka; even the elements allowed themselves a bit of emotion
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He averages better than Rohit Sharma but still has to fight for a place in the Test side, mostly because he doesn't play ODIs
Cheteshwar Pujara's century was proof that at times in Test match play, survival need not mean mere tentativeness but the ability to wait for simpler things, like the loose ball
There are more frequent tours, better technology, and easier pitches today than before. So why do teams struggle to win away from home more than they did in the past?
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