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1 hr ago | The Republic

Pakistan minister urges opposition to ease demands

A Cabinet minister has urged Pakistan's two key opposition figures leading mass rallies outside parliament to back off their demand for the prime minister's resignation in ongoing talks with the government.

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3 hrs ago | Oxford Mail

CRICKET: Magnificent Callow has the final word

Marsh Gibbon's skipper Stuart Leonard receives the Telegraph Cup from Chippingh Norton president John Esson after their 33-run victory against Wantage Nathan Callow was the star as Marsh Gibbon saw off Wantage by 33 runs at Chipping Norton to win the competition for the first time.

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Tue Aug 26, 2014

Dorsetecho.co.uk

Cricket: Father and son in determined stand for Bridport

AN eighth-wicket partnership of 119 between father-son duo Rod and Duane Gay ultimately proved to be the difference between these two sides at the Brewery Ground.

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Suria

Sri Lanka bat against Pakistan in second...

Sri Lanka captain Angelo Mathews won the toss and elected to bat in the rescheduled second one-day international against Pakistan in Hambantota on Tuesday.

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Dorsetecho.co.uk

Cricket: Beaminster secure their status after vital victory

BEAMINSTER easily picked up the six points they required to guarantee their place in County Division Two for next season.

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Wharfedale Observer

Root still right behind Cook

England are confident they have the right captain, and right methods, to take on India in the Royal London Series and on the journey to next winter's World Cup.

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Oxford Mail

Cricket club hosts village celebration of its ton

This weekend the village just outside Oxford looked back over a century of life as well as its present.

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The Miami Herald

Patriots release Anderson, two other veterans

Foxboro, MA - The New England Patriots released veteran linebacker James Anderson on Monday, just a few months after bringing him into the fold.

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Mon Aug 25, 2014

Greenwich Citizen

Edible insects a boon to Thailand's farmers

In this photo taken Aug. 5, 2014, Boontham Puthachat, 47, stands in his cricket farm at Thanon Nang Klarn village in Nakhon Ratchasima province, northeastern Thailand.

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Daily Echo

Langley Manor claim highest team total in Hampshire recreational cricket history

Langley Manor are claiming what is believed to be the highest team total ever wracked up in Hampshire recreational cricket .

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York Press

York Cricket Club refuse to surrender Yorkshire League crown without a fight

York bowler Chris Burn runs to celebrate with his team-mates after Castleford batsman Jarman Cook is caught behind by wicketkeeper Liam McKendry, right YORK kicked off a crucial trio of Bank Holiday fixtures with a big victory over Scarborough in the Solly Sports Yorkshire ECB County Premier Cricket League.

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Oxford Mail

CRICKET: Laudat's whirlwind knock all in vain

STEWART Laudat's quickfire 80 proved in vain for Oxford, who lost by four runs under the Duckworth- Lewis Method to relegation candidates Harefield in Division 1 of the Home Counties Premier League at Roman Way.

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Congleton Guardian

Rain threatens Hales' debut

Alex Hales' one-day international debut was on hold as forecast rain delayed the start and was already threatening a washout in the first Royal London Series match in Bristol.

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Salisbury Journal

Collingwood to stay on at Durham

The former England all-rounder, 38, had initially planned to end his playing career at the end of the current campaign but will now continue to skipper the LV= County Championship side in 2015 Collingwood had done some coaching work with England's one-day side under Ashley Giles and may have formed part of the latter's backroom team had he been ... (more)

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The News

Do bamboo caterpillars and grasshoppers have a future on dining room tables?

Depending solely on the rains to either yield a good rice crop or leave their fields dry and barren, farmers in this village in northeastern Thailand, the country's poorest region, led a precarious and back-breaking existence.

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Sun Aug 24, 2014

Dorsetecho.co.uk

Cricket: Dorchester relinquish first place after Sherborne setback

MISTAKES in the field proved costly for Dorchester on Saturday, as Dan Belt's troops relinquished top spot in Premier Two.

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Dorsetecho.co.uk

Cricket: Weymouth's slim title chances ended by Poole

WEYMOUTH succumbed to their third loss on the spin as they were dismantled by runaway league leaders Poole at Redlands .

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The Age

Australia's captain Michael Clarke speaks with his players during a practice session on Sunday.

Harare: Phil Hughes has been overlooked as Michael Clarke's replacement for today tri-series opening one-dayer against Zimbabwe, leaving Australia's batting line-up heavy on big-hitting allrounders.

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Sporting Life

Varun Aaron: Would like to play county cricket to improve his game

Aaron rose to prominence for India during their miserable series in England recently, picking up three wickets in his first appearance at Old Trafford, where he also famously broke Stuart Broad's nose with a bouncer that went through the helmet.

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The New Zealand Herald

Cricket: New Macca deal on cards

New Zealand Cricket want Craig McMillan to continue as batting coach of the national side until the end of next year's World Cup.

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