Article: Agha Akbar
It was billed as the biggest individual show-down in world cricket today, cricket's answer to a heavy weight title fight to decide once and for all who is the fastest bowler on the planet
Australian Cricket Board (ACB) Chief Executive Officer James Sutherland today announced that the National Selection Panel (NSP) has chosen the Australian team for the third match of TOWER Super Challenge II, to be played at The Gabba in Brisbane
Wasim Akram, superbly supported by Shoaib Akhtar and Shahid Afridi, had handed the second match of the Super Challenge, to Pakistan on a silver platter
Pakistan veteran Wasim Akram celebrated his share of a world record in one-day international cricket tonight with a thumping finish to the visitors' innings against Australia in the deciding one-day international clash at the Gabba.
Whatever the future of off-season international matches in Australia - and no-one is yet sure what the long-term holds - their earliest protagonists have at least wasted little time in marking them with brilliant individual performances and the
Comment Article: Agha Akbar on the Super Challeng II, 2002 final match
Australia will shelve its rotation policy in one-day cricket by unveiling its best team for tomorrow's Super Challenge decider against Pakistan at the Gabba.
Stung by a heavy defeat in the opening game, Pakistan has forced Super Challenge II into a series-deciding clash at the 'Gabba next Wednesday after registering a hard-earned two wicket win over Australia in Melbourne tonight
Australian Cricket Board (ACB) Chief Executive Officer James Sutherland today announced that the National Selection Panel (NSP) has chosen the Australian team for the second match of TOWER Super Challenge II, to be played under the roof at Colonial