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05 May 2014

G Force Presents Delhi Daredevils Cricket Clinics - Press Conference

05 May 2014

G Force Presents Delhi Daredevils Cricket Clinics - Press Conference

05 May 2014

G Force Presents Delhi Daredevils Cricket Clinics - Press Conference

05 May 2014

G Force Presents Delhi Daredevils Cricket Clinics - Press Conference

05 May 2014

G Force Presents Delhi Daredevils Cricket Clinics - Press Conference

05 May 2014

G Force Presents Delhi Daredevils Cricket Clinics - Press Conference

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  ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 | Final
Australia fast bowler Mitchell Starc was today named as the player of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015.Starc was the unanimous choice of a select group of experts* following his sensational form that helped guide his side to its fifth title in 11 tournaments. The 25-year-old left-armer took 22 wickets at 10.18 runs per wicket with an economy rate of 3.50 runs per over. His best performance came against New Zealand in Auckland when he finished with six for 28.During their d ...
  ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 | Final
There is nothing Australia loves more than to strut its stuff in front of its fans. There was no shortage of support as the MCG, bursting at the seams with a record 93,013 fans in attendance, buzzed with electricity well before the toss. Decked up in their yellow tees and wearing their yellow caps with pride, Australia’s supporters prepared for a capital show from their heroes. They were not to be disappointed.In Michael Clarke’s final appearance as a One-Day ...
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For 25 overs with the ball and 40 overs with the bat, at a Sydney Cricket Ground that felt like Colombo, Sri Lanka gave Australia a real scare. Glenn Maxwell’s explosive hitting fetched him a 51-ball century and propelled Australia to 376 for 9, but with Kumar Sangakkara scoring a third successive hundred, buttressed by Tillakaratne Dilshan’s 62 and Dinesh Chandimal’s dazzling 22-ball half-century, Sri Lanka was in the game till the last ten overs. It e ...
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