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  1. Eoin Morgan rules out Kevin Pietersen making T20 return for EnglandRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Halstead Gazette

    Eoin Morgan has unequivocally ended any faint hopes Kevin Pietersen might have had of being selected in England's ICC World Twenty20 squad on Wednesday Pietersen's exile from the England team since the end of the 2013-14 Ashes has been well documented, with England and Wales Cricket Board director Andrew Strauss citing a "massive trust issue" in ruling out a return last year. The controversial batsman's outstanding form in the Ram Slam T20 in South Africa and Australia's Big Bash League led to speculation of a recall for the 35-year-old in the shortest format of the game.

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  2. Defending champions Sri Lanka are drawn with England in Group 1Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Sporting Life

    The 2016 ICC World World Twenty20 takes place from March 8 to April 3 in India, with 16 teams battling it out for the top prize in cricket's shortest format of the game. It's the sixth holding of the tournament since the inaugural World T20 was held in South Africa back in 2007 and so far India , Pakistan , England , West Indies and Sri Lanka have got their hands on the trophy.

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  3. Cricket: Craig replaces Santner for opening testRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The New Zealand Herald

    Mark Craig will join the Black Caps squad for the opening Test against Australia, after Mitchell Santner was ruled out with a foot injury. Santner experienced pain in his right foot at the conclusion of the second ODI.

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  4. World T20: Aussies dump Matthew WadeRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The New Zealand Herald

    Peter Nevill will take over as Australia's wicketkeeper for the World Twenty20 in a selection bombshell that threatens to end the international career of the dumped Matthew Wade. Young spinners Adam Zampa and Ashton Agar are the other surprise packets in a 15-man squad that will head to India next month and attempt to become the first Australian team to ever win the showpiece tournament.

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  5. Revealed: How Mitchell Marsh's dismissal changed the gameRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The New Zealand Herald

    Aussie run chase in Chappell-Hadlee decider derailed by controversial decision Spectators seize on at-ground big screen replay that shows delivery hit batsman's foot and travelled to the bowler Umpires questioned over whether they got their process right in giving Mitchell Marsh out Kiwis boo Aussie skipper Steve Smith at end of game New Zealand crowds accused of a mob mentality. THE LOOK says it all.

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  6. Aussie shockers: NZ's bad luck over the ditchRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The New Zealand Herald

    ... Hometown decisions. No, not Hamilton as the Australian media might claim. We're talking about the New Zealand cricket team's run of awful luck in Australia over the years. Here are just a few samples. 1) Martin Snedden took a stunning outfield catch ...

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  7. Michael Slater: NZ crowds are the 'most savage'Read the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The New Zealand Herald

    New Zealand cricket crowds are amongst the most "savage" in the world and former Australian test opener Michael Slater warns it will be a mistake for the visitors to goad those spectators in the upcoming test series. "I'm telling you it was the hardest place so if the Aussies want to go hard it will come thick and fast at them and they will be made to feel uncomfortable," he says.

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  8. Live chat with David LeggatRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The New Zealand Herald

    Ish Sodhi of the Black Caps celebrates the wicket of Steve Smith of Australia during the 3rd One Day International cricket match. Photo / Getty Images.

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  9. Need to play our A game: DravidRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Telegraph

    Calcutta: India U-19 cricket coach Rahul Dravid said his team will have to produce good all-round performance to beat Sri Lanka in the ICC World Cup semi-final in Mirpur on Tuesday, given that both sides are well aware of what to expect from each other. The Indians breezed through Group D with an all-win record against New Zealand, Nepal and Ireland, before crushing Namibia by 197 runs in the quarter final.

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  10. Henry swings it NZ's wayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Telegraph

    ... squad for the opening Test against Australia, after Santner was ruled out with the foot injury, said a New Zealand Cricket (NZC) release. Santner experienced pain in his right foot at the conclusion of the second ODI. A subsequent scan showed ...

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  11. Need to show character, says DineshRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Telegraph

    Pune: Dinesh Chandimal finds himself with a very tough challenge of leading an inexperienced Sri Lankan team that gets ready to square off versus India in the three Twenty20 Internationals, starting with the first on Tuesday, here. Many of the big names - Angelo Mathews, Lasith Malinga, Tillekaratne Dilshan and Nuwan Kulasekara - have been ruled out of the series with injuries, while the ban on Kusal Perera for a doping breach hasn't helped Sri Lanka's cause either.

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  12. Amla stays positiveRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Telegraph

    ... for us, as we have three finals in a row. Tomorrow is the first one we have to knock off. We have to play our best cricket." Amla added that each and every member of the South African squad was hungry to do perform. "Everyone in the team is hungry ...

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  13. Injury-hit Lanka haveRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Telegraph

    ... and Mahela Jayawardene retired from the format after the historic night in Dhaka, and then from international cricket altogether, pushing Sri Lanka into a tough transitional phase. Sri Lanka have played seven T20Is since and have won only one. India ...

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  14. Finch is set to be axedRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Telegraph

    Calcutta: Aaron Finch is set to be unceremoniously dumped as Australia's Twenty20 captain when the squad for the World T20 is named on Tuesday. Test and ODI captain Steven Smith is set to be the leader in all three formats following Australia's 3-0 series hiding at the hands of India in their recent T20 series, according to reports in The Age and The Daily Telegraph.

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  15. Ricky Ponting fears added responsibility will take toll on captain Steve SmithRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Sydney Morning Herald

    Australian Mitchell Marsh was given out in the third ODI against New Zealand after a ball ricocheted off his foot. Cricket legend Ricky Ponting fears that being captain of Australia in all three formats of the game will eventually catch up with Steve Smith.

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  16. Australia pick Peter Nevill for World T20 as Steve Smith takes over captaincyRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Daily Mail

    Depay dropped to the reserves: Fresh from his humiliating cameo at Chelsea, 25m United flop turns out for the Under 21s in front of manager Van Gaal Kurt's six-month KO: Chelsea defender Zouma faces lengthy lay-off after suffering horror knee injury against Man United 'We don't want fans to leave': Klopp says Liverpool are working on ticket problems but club cancel Q&A How's that for entertainment, Louis? United striker Keane scores FIVE for U21s in front of Van Gaal... including this wonder goal Top of the flops: Why Depay leads way in our 10 summer transfers who failed to make their mark in Premier League Leicester lead the Premier League but can they hang on for the title? We look at how remaining fixtures of season could play out Panthers star fights through pain barrier to appear in Super Bowl finale just two weeks after arm operation 'In an era when money is everything, we give ... (more)

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  17. Confessions of a cricket tragic: Beware the Bat ManRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | ABC News

    ABC South East's resident cricket blogger Rob Courtney swaps his banking clothes for cricket whites and a baggy brown each weekend and writes about the experience. Usually, when a wife leaves her husband alone in their house for a few days with a couple of cartons of beer, some eye fillet steaks and unhindered access to the internet, she could be forgiven for thinking the worst.

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  18. Men use cricket bat in robbery of Bay View store in Hawke's BayRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | Dominion Post

    Police are hunting three people after a cricket bat was used in the robbery of a Hawke's Bay store. A shop worker at the Bay View 4 Square, north of Napier, was threatened by two men carrying weapons, including a cricket bat, who came into the store at 6:50pm on Sunday.

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  19. U19 WC: So far so good, now for the betterRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Indian Express

    Sri Lanka will be only the second full member team India face in the U-19 World Cup. No fiery speeches were made by coach Rahul Dravid, no soul-stirring battle cry escaped captain Ishan Kishan's throat.

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  20. With WT20 on mind, Dhoni eyes stable batting orderRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday | The Indian Express

    ... captain Lasith Malinga and Test skipper Angelo Mathews, would be push-over, especially in the shortest format of cricket. "What really happens in the T20 format is that the difference between teams is very narrow. What it boils down is how your ...

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