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Twitter reacts to Dan Vettori retirement

It was hardly news to anyone who follows cricket, but confirmation of Daniel Vettori’s retirement triggered a mass outpouring of emotion on social media.
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Ahmed relishing Ashes opportunity

After being named in Australia's squad for the Ashes, Fawad Ahmed is keen to earn a maiden Test cap after an impressive 2015 with Victoria.
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Four-day Tests a possibility?

Incoming ECB chairman Colin Graves believes Test matches could be cut to four days, with 105 overs bowled on each day.
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Pietersen expected to play in Caribbean Premier League

Kevin Pietersen will play in the Caribbean Premier League later this year as planned despite talk of an England recall, says Tom Moody.
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South Africa chief blasts quota allegations

Haroon Lorgat, chief executive of Cricket South Africa, has strongly dismissed allegations he influenced team selection on grounds of race.
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Vettori announces international retirement

New Zealand veteran Daniel Vettori confirmed his retirement from international cricket on Tuesday.
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Performances of the Weekend

The very best performances including some late-game heroics, an amazing free-kick and the powerful brother of Israel.
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Australia name Ahmed in West Indies, Ashes squad

Pakistan-born spinner Fawad Ahmed has been named as Australia's second spinner for upcoming Test matches against West Indies and England.
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'Dishonoured' Kamal blasts ICC after World Cup trophy snub

The International Cricket Council (ICC) president has expressed disgust at not being able to hand the World Cup trophy to Australia.
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Willis calls for England overhaul

Bob Willis wants James Anderson, Stuart Broad, Eoin Morgan and Ian Bell to be axed from England's one-day international team.
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Azhar named Pakistan ODI captain

Azhar Ali has been named as Pakistan's new one-day international captain, while Misbah-ul-Haq will remain in charge of the Test side.
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Father Time fails to weather the elements

Father Time is undergoing repair work after the landmark at Lord's endured a battering from the elements.
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McCullum captain of World Cup XI, Australia snubbed

Five New Zealanders were included in the Cricket World Cup's team of the tournament but only three Australians.
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Starc revels in 'phenomenal' victory

Player of the tournament Mitchell Starc believes Australia's Cricket World Cup victory was just rewards for their thorough preparation.
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McCullum captain of World Cup XI, Australia snubbed

Five New Zealanders were included in the Cricket World Cup's team of the tournament but only three Australians.
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Haddin: New Zealand deserved send-offs

Brad Haddin said his send-offs of New Zealand batsmen were a conscious effort to spice up their rivalry in the Cricket World Cup final.
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Crunch Time: Five Decisive World Cup Final Moments

We look at the five moments during the 2015 ICC World Cup Final that proved decisive in Australia securing a fifth title at the expense of New Zealand.
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Thirsty Work: Warne cops it over drinking questions

The Australian team marched to a comprehensive (seven wicket) victory over the Black Caps on Sunday, but it’s fair to say Shane Warne won’t win any journalism awards for his post-match interviews.
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McCullum has no regrets despite World Cup final loss

New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum was able to find plenty of positives from their Cricket World Cup despite defeat in Sunday's final.
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Starc revels in 'phenomenal' victory

Player of the tournament Mitchell Starc believes Australia's Cricket World Cup victory was just rewards for their thorough preparation.
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