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Ponting out of top 20

Ricky Ponting is no longer among the world's top 20 batsmen, according to the International Cricket Council's (ICC) latest rankings.
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New action helps Henriques to 4-13

Four wicket hero Moises Henriques unveiled a re-modelled bowling action designed to prolong his career – and helped stun South Australia on the first day of the Sheffield Shield clash at the SCG on Tuesday.
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Strauss hails teamwork

Captain Andrew Strauss is keeping a lid on England's convincing win in the second Test despite thrashing Australia with bat and ball.
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Ponting's troubles grow

Ricky Ponting admits Australia were completely outclassed in the second Test as England took a 1-nil lead in the Ashes after winning by an innings and 71 runs.
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Test hopes get chance

It will be the game within a game that will arouse most interest as a host of Test hopefuls go at it over four days when NSW host South Australia in an intriguing Sheffield Shield encounter, starting Tuesday at the SCG.
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Aussies cop 'hiding'

Former Australian batsman Brad Hodge reckons world cricket is enjoying his homeland's fall from grace.
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Watson hoping for rain

Shane Watson conceded rain would be about the only thing that could save Australia from a humiliating loss to England in Adelaide.
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KP: I love the big stage

England hero Kevin Pietersen admits he loves the big stage - and there is none bigger than an Ashes series.
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Christian for World Cup?

Redbacks all-rounder Dan Christian is entitled to dream about winning a place in the squad for next year's World Cup coming off the best game of his career against the Bushrangers in Geelong on Saturday.
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Haddin: We must fight

Wicket keeper Brad Haddin admits the mood within the Australia camp is gloomy after a demoralising opening two days against England in the second Test at Adelaide Oval.
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Cook torments Aussies

Alastair Cook aims to 'cash in' on his excellent form after a second successive century put England in pole position in the second Test at Adelaide Oval.
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Christian sees SA home

A magnificent all-round performance from Dan Christian has guided South Australia to a five-wicket win in their Ryobi Cup match against Victoria at Skilled Stadium in Geelong.
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Blues upset Tasmania

Phil Hughes guided New South Wales to an upset victory against Tasmania in their Ryobi One-Day Cup clash at West Park Oval in Burnie on Saturday.
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Voges: WA on right track

Acting Western Australian captain Adam Voges says he's confident his side is on the right track after an inconsistent start to the season.
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Split-innings hurt Hopes' Cup chances

Australian limited-overs player James Hopes says he fears the new split-innings format for the Ryobi One-Day Cup will hurt his chances of taking part in the World Cup.
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Gibbs loses Proteas contract

Herschelle Gibbs' international career appears over after his contract with Cricket South Africa was terminated by mutual consent.
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Bangladesh square series

Abdur Razzak claimed a hat-trick while Raqibul Hasan and Junaid Siddique struck half-centuries as Bangladesh produced a spirited six-wicket victory over Zimbabwe in the second one-day international in Dhaka.
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Hastings returns for Vics

All-rounder John Hastings returns to the Bushrangers line-up for Saturday's Ryobi Cup clash with the in-form Redbacks at Skilled Stadium in Geelong.
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Tassie aims for Blues

Fresh from their first defeat of the Ryobi One-Day Cup, defending champions Tasmania get the chance to bounce straight back when they host New South Wales in Burnie on Saturday.
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Warriors, Bulls down to business

Western Australia and Queensland meet in the Ryobi One-Day Cup at the WACA Ground in a match which is vital to both their chances of making the final.
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