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Skipper Prithvi Shaw with a 94-run knock shared a 180-run stand with fellow opener Manjot Kalra to power India to a challenging 328 for seven. [Read More]
Jason Roy, who notched up the highest individual score for England in ODIs, helped Eoin Morgan's side beat Australia by five wickets by chasing a record 305 at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. [Read More]
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Opener Jason Roy hit the highest one-day international score by an England player when beating Australia by five wickets at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Sunday. [Read More]
Jason Roy hit 180 and combined in a third-wicket stand of 221 with Joe Root, who made an unbeaten 91, to make the steep 305-run chase look easy and help England to their first win on the Australia tour. [Read More]
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Aaron Finch scores his nine ton against England in the first ODI After recovering from a viral illness Joe Root is set to play for England.Had Bayliss not been brought in with the 2019 World Cup so strongly in mind, with that marquee competition being played on English soil, a witch-hunt might already have burned him at the stake. "I'm sure he will rest up and try and get his energy back".England are scheduled... [Read More]
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Excellent batting by the top order coupled with some superb bowling propelled India to a comprehensive 100-run victory over Australia in a Group B match of the ICC U19 World Cup here on... [Read More]
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Opener scores 180 as tourists, beaten in Ashes Tests 4-0, begin one-day international series with victory in Melbourne... [Read More]
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Jason Roy created history in the first ODI between Australia and England at the Melbourne Cricket Ground as he got the individual score for England in ODIs, helping Eoin Morgan's side start the bilateral series with a record win. [Read More]
Jason Roy hit 180 and Joe Root made an unbeaten 91 as England won the first ODI by five wickets... [Read More]
Australia's bowling underbelly was exposed under the MCG lights as England beat the hosts for the first time this summer, inflicting Australia's eighth defeat ... [Read More]
Jason Roy led the charge with a record breaking century as England turned from whipping boys to history boys to finally end Australian dominance. [Read More]
Man faces several charges after crash that left Olympian fighting for his life and killed his wife in Australia. [Read More]
England produced an emphatic performance at the MCG, where Joe Root also recorded a knock of 91... [Read More]
Jason Roy set a new highest One-Day International score for England as his brilliant 180 off 151 balls paved the way for the tourists to strike first blood and win the opening game of the five-match series by five wickets. [Read More]
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England have beaten Australia in the One Day International in Melbourne. [Read More]
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Explosive opener struck England's highest-ever score in one-day international cricket, ably assisted by skipper Joe Root... [Read More]
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Opener Aaron Finch scored 107 and put on 118 in a fourth-wicket partnership with Mitchell Marsh which carried Australia to 304-8 as it batted first on Sunday in the first of five one-day internationals against England. England won the toss, bowled and held an early advantage when it dismissed... [Read More]
Former Australia coach Ange Postecoglou was introduced as head coach of Yokohama F. Marinos on Sunday. "Our goal is to make Yokohama F. Marinos a team ever... [Read More]
The Enigma of Arrival by V.S. Naipaul (Vintage, $17). Eight years after his adamantine masterpiece, A Bend in the River, this marked Naipaul's return to fiction, and once again he broke the form and returned the term "novel" to its original meaning of "something new." Autobiography, fiction, and meditation all fuse to create an unforgettable and powerful, melancholy-drenched work about displacement and unbelonging. Voss by Patrick White (Penguin, $18). Set in 19th-century Australia, White's great mid-period novel on what was an abiding theme for him — the mystical at the heart of... [Read More]
Three-time world road racing champion Peter Sagan of Slovakia made an outstanding start to the 2018 cycling season Sunday when he won the People's Choice Classic, a prelude to the first World Tour event of the season, the Tour Down Under. [Read More]
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