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Kinrara Oval, Malaysia's premier cricket ground, to close its doors on June 30

Kinrara Oval, Malaysia's premier cricket ground, to close its doors on June 30

Agreement between Malaysia Cricket and landowners runs down after 18 years, with both parties involved in tariff disputes in recent years

31-May-2022ESPNcricinfo staff
PCB mulls Malaysia as venue for NZ, Australia series

PCB mulls Malaysia as venue for NZ, Australia series

The move stems from the Sharjah Cricket Stadium becoming a sought-after venue for hosting T20 leagues, which, as a result, is coming in the way of Pakistan's scheduling in the UAE

17-Feb-2018Umar Farooq
Again, it was the best versus the brittle

Again, it was the best versus the brittle

Against an Australian attack that was a real handful on a helpful pitch, it would have taken a real Brian Lara epic for West Indies to have any chance of success

24-Sep-2006Verdict by Dileep Premachandran in Kuala Lumpur
India's cobwebs of the mind

India's cobwebs of the mind

At 117 for 6, Australia were down for the count, but the two Brads, Hogg and Haddin, resurrected the innings, giving the bowlers something to defend.

22-Sep-2006Verdict by Dileep Premachandran in Kuala Lumpur
Australia storm into the finals

Australia storm into the finals

Displaying more hunger, drive and common sense than India, the Australians eked out an 18-run win in the all-important last league match of the DLF Cup to make it to the final

22-Sep-2006The Bulletin by S Rajesh
Cracker of a contest on the cards

Cracker of a contest on the cards

Four days after he went for the small matter of 87 from seven overs against West Indies, Stuart Clark has an immediate chance at redemption as Australia take on India for a place in the DLF Cup final

21-Sep-2006Preview by Dileep Premachandran in Kuala Lumpur
Dravid hails bowlers' spirit

Dravid hails bowlers' spirit

Brian Lara's West Indians outplayed India in the poor-batting stakes, and somehow contrived to fall short of a modest target of 163, giving India their first win against West Indies in six outings.

20-Sep-2006Dileep Premachandran in Kuala Lumpur
Some solace, but serious flaws remain

Some solace, but serious flaws remain

The morale-boosting nature of this win shouldn't however mask the deeper problems that India face ahead of what is now a semi-final against Australia

20-Sep-2006Verdict by Dileep Premachandran in Kuala Lumpur
India sneak a low-scoring thriller

India sneak a low-scoring thriller

Brian Lara's West Indians outplayed India in the poor-batting stakes, and somehow contrived to fall short of a modest target of 163, giving India their first win against West Indies in six outings.

20-Sep-2006The Bulletin by Anand Vasu
India desperate for a turnaround

India desperate for a turnaround

India head into Wednesday's game against West Indies seeking their first one-day win since May 18.

19-Sep-2006Preview by Dileep Premachandran in Kuala Lumpur
Windies scamper home after Lara blitz

Windies scamper home after Lara blitz

Two contrasting half-centuries put Michael Hussey's maiden one-day century in the shade as West Indies scampered to a nervy three-wicket win in the fourth match of the DLF Cup

18-Sep-2006The Bulletin by Siddhartha Vaidyanathan
'I think the Indians would have fancied their chances' - Ponting

'I think the Indians would have fancied their chances' - Ponting

Both Ricky Ponting and Rahul Dravid, speaking to the media after the match, agreed that had not the rain intervened the result could have gone either team's way

16-Sep-2006Dileep Premachandran in Kuala Lumpur
Rain saves India's blushes

Rain saves India's blushes

Australia were denied a certain victory in the third match of the DLF Cup, as the wet weather played havoc for the second match in a row at the Kinrara Oval

16-Sep-2006The Bulletin by S Rajesh
Sachin lights up Kinrara Oval

Sachin lights up Kinrara Oval

No matter what the venue, an anticipatory buzz accompanies Sachin Tendulkar's every walk to the middle. And even though only a few hundred turned up at the Kinrara Oval on a gloomy afternoon, there was no mistaking the eagerness with which they settled in

14-Sep-2006Dileep Premachandran at Kuala Lumpur
Windies and rain win the day

Windies and rain win the day

West Indies scored their first win in the DLF Cup with a little help from Messrs Frank Duckworth and Tony Lewis.

14-Sep-2006The Bulletin by Anand Vasu
Flattering to deceive

Flattering to deceive

At the end of this topsy-turvy game, you didn't know whether to acclaim Australia for their resilience or bemoan a West Indian collapse that made a house of cards look sturdy.

12-Sep-2006Verdict by Dileep Premachandran at Kuala Lumpur
Australia pull it off after early scare

Australia pull it off after early scare

A sensational opening partnership was followed by an even more sensational collapse as West Indies replayed one of the familiar tunes that has plagued them in recent times and surrendered the opening game of the DLF Cup

12-Sep-2006The Bulletin by Siddhartha Vaidyanathan
Rusty reflexes and reputations to defend

Rusty reflexes and reputations to defend

Rustiness could well play a part. India and West Indies last played in early July while Australia last got their flannels dirty on their tour of Bangladesh in April

11-Sep-2006Preview by Dileep Premachandran

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