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Hong Kong Sixes to return with digital boost - Sport24
Cape Town - The popular Hong Kong Sixes will return this year with the tournament set to push the boundaries of cricket content production by embracing the growing shift to digital platforms. The Sixes ... "The Sixes brand is still very strong in Hong.

New York baseball fan is flushing his best friend's cremated remains down ballpark toilets across the US - The Independent
The two baseball fans were childhood friends in Queens, not far from — wait for it — Flushing Meadows, where the Mets play. Like baseball, this endeavour has rules. The game has to be in progress when McDonald sprinkles the ashes into the toilet from.

Bayliss defiant ahead of Ashes as England problems persist
Mark Stoneman, the man currently alongside Cook, averages 30 in Test cricket and he is likely to be walking out ... Anderson took 24 wickets at 26 apiece during England's victorious 2010/11 Ashes tour but a mere 14 at 44 during a humiliating 5-0 defeat.

Ashes of Chinese Nobel Peace Prize-winning dissident Liu Xiaobo scattered at sea - The Independent
Deceased Chinese Nobel Peace Prize-winning dissident Liu Xiaobo's ashes were scattered at sea on Saturday, Liu's brother said, in a move described by a family friend as an effort to erase any memory of him. Liu, 61, died of multiple organ failure on&nbsp.

Wimbledon 2017: Andy Murray & Johanna Konta makes it four Britons in round three - BBC Sport
It is the first time since Tim Henman, Mark Petchey, Greg Rusedski, Andrew Richardson and Karen Cross made the third round in 1997 that at least four Britons have reached that stage. Kyle Edmund could make it five when he takes on French 15th seed Gael&nbsp.

Jadeja expected to return for struggling Lions -
Of the 12 matches played at the Saurashtra Cricket Association Ground, the team chasing has won five of six games, scoring at an average of 52.66 per wicket. A run rate in excess of nine has been instrumental in four of those five successful chases.

PCB should rethink its team selection for the West Indies tour - The Express Tribune (blog)
This month, the Pakistan cricket team, led by Sarfraz Ahmed in all three formats, will embark on the West Indies tour to play a series of four T20 matches, three Tests and three One-Day Internationals (ODIs), which starts on March 26 th . In order to.

Australia A cricket boycott just the latest in a long history of sporting strikes - The Advertiser
THE Australia A team's boycott of its South African tour is the latest twist in the bitter pay dispute between our country's cricketers and the sport's governing body. But it's not the first time cricketers ... Way back in the 1884-85 Ashes series.

Expected our spinners to make bigger impact - Chandimal -
There had been surprise in the Sri Lanka camp about how quickly the SSC pitch become a vipers' nest, but a recalibration of Sri Lanka's batting strategy helped yield better returns in the second innings. Sri Lanka had collapsed to 183 in 49.4 overs.

Black Caps legend: No easy games at Champions Trophy - Sport24
The eighth edition of the ICC Champions Trophy, which will be held in England and Wales from June 1, will witness the top eight sides in ICC's ODI rankings as on September 30, 2015, battle it out in a round-robin and knockout tournament. Bond ... He.

South Africa's Lord's legacy greets Root era -
Here we are, then. Three months into the English season: a Lord's Test. The Champions Trophy has been played out, with England still reliably pot-less in 50-over cricket ; the Championship is more than halfway through, Essex sitting atop the pile thanks.

Donald Trump could 'blunder' into Third World War with North Korea threats, warns former US intelligence chief - The Independent
A former US spy chief has said he fears a war of words between Donald Trump and North Korea could "spiral" out of control into global military conflict. James Clapper, the ex-Director of National Intelligence, warned the two countries could "blunder.

The Press Tent: Poor choices edition -
Even before those execrable Kia adverts, the 39th Most Powerful Man In English Cricket had much to answer for, most notably his shabby disregard for Jonathan Trott's illness on the last Ashes tour . But we're just about willing to give 39MPMIEC the.

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