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4051dKanishkaa Balachandran

Wrong place, wrong time

Too many things went wrong for the Afro-Asia Cup, from the weather to the shirt sponsorship, but the cricket was of a high standard

4054dGeorge Binoy in Chennai

Return of the doosra

Harbhajan Singh's 3 for 49 wasn't the stand-out performance of the day, but it was a crucial for the offspinner ahead of an important season ahead

4055dGeorge Binoy at Chennai

Dilhara turns up the heat

Dilhara Fernando starred in conditions that were scarcely fit for fast bowling

4055dThe Bulletin by George Binoy at Chennai

Dhoni powers Asia home

A promising start by Africa's bowlers swiftly dissipated into another run-fest as Mahela Jayawardene and Mahendra Singh Dhoni provided direction and then aggression to set up Asia's third win of the Afro-Asia Cup at the MA Chidambaram Stadium

4055dThe Bulletin by Kanishkaa Balachandran at Chennai

Fernando secures series win for Asia

Like in the first ODI at Bangalore, Asia won the toss, elected to bat on a flat pitch and batted the opposition out of the game, only this time the victory was more comprehensive

5458dWisden CricInfo Staff

Screen bid in Adelaide to go to appeal

South Australian cricket officials are going to the Environment, Resource and Development Court to appeal an Adelaide City Council rejection of an application to build a permanent video replay screen at the Adelaide Oval

5484dWisden Cricinfo staff

Australia honours past and present cricketers

Former players pose at the gathering in Sydney Around 150 of Australia's 197 living Test cricketers assembled in Sydney on Friday night for a dinner organised by Cricket Australia

5491dWisden CricInfo Staff

More than $20,000 raised in PM's ATSIC match

A total of $21,430 will be donated to community health and cricket programs in South Australia as the result of money raised by the Prime Minister's XI v the Australian and Torres Strait Islander Commission (ATSIC) match in Adelaide on March 21

5645dWorcestershire CCC Media Release

Worcestershire announce new signing

Worcestershire County Cricket Club can confirm the signing of left arm pace bowler Mark Harrity from Australia subject to contract

5862dSouth Australian Cricket Association

Jeff Hammond returns to lead country cricket

The South Australian Cricket Association and the South Australian Country Cricket Committee has appointed former Redbacks Coach Jeff Hammond to coach the SA Country team the

5890dWestern Australia Cricket Association

Wilson to head west

The Western Australian Cricket Association (WACA) is pleased to announce that Paul Blocker Wilson has been cleared to play for the Western Warriors next season.

5890dSouth Australian Cricket Association

Redbacks win race for Fleming

Former Australian and Victorian fast bowlerDamien Fleming has today accepted an offer from the South Australian CricketAssociation to join the Redbacks squad for the next two years.

5891dTasmanian Cricket Association

Young star joins the Cascade Tasmanian Tigers

The Tasmanian Cricket Association is pleased to announce that young South Australian batsman, Luke Williams will be joining the Cascade Tasmanian Tigers for season 2002/2003.

5897dLawrie Colliver

Blocker heads West

Newcastle born fast bowler Paul Wilson has decided to head to Western Australia to play cricket for the next two seasons.

5898dJohn Polack

Warriors, Bushrangers face further contract battles

After losing the services of three former international players between them during the past week, Western Australia and Victoria appear to be facing a fight to retain several more of their best cricketers.

5899dAAP

SA and WA in hunt for Fleming

South Australia and Western Australia are the early favourites to secure the services of Victorian seam bowler Damien Fleming.

5925dLawrie Colliver

Jonty Rhodes open to Australian offers

Jonty Rhodes is interested in furthering his career outside of South African cricket, revealing that he would regard South Australia as an ideal place to play the game.

5935dAAP

Chappell to stay on as Redbacks coach

Greg Chappell has signed a new one-year deal to coach the South Australian team, but will not be drawn on his cricketing future beyond next season.

5939dJohn Polack

Australian county imports for 2002: a guide

Though it seemed to escape serious attention on both sides of the Atlantic last year, it's worth bearing in mind that, among the four major prizes that were on offer in English domestic cricket in 2001, only one went to a team without an Australian