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Australia overwhelms New Zealand for its fifth World Cup crown
'Starc was too good for me'  (30 March 03:47 am) 
Brendon McCullum may not have won the World Cup but he conducted himself like a champion on Sunday. He was gracious in congratulating Australia, but still grateful for what he had been able...
Our bowlers have won us the cup: Clarke  (30 March 03:47 am) 
Starc has been exceptional, deserves the Man-of-the-Series award
Nice to see ball dominate bat: Starc  (30 March 03:47 am) 
Australia took 79 out of 80 wickets at this World Cup. Twenty-two of those went to Mitchell Starc, who is now arguably the most destructive bowler in limited-overs cricket. On Sunday, he di...
Pentastic!  (30 March 02:47 am) 
Australia overwhelms New Zealand for its fifth World Cup crown
Saina breaks a 'jinx'  (30 March 02:47 am) 
Srikanth doubles India\'s joy
Saina’s remarkable resurgence  (30 March 02:47 am) 
Last summer, Saina Nehwal needed a second wind to resurrect her career as an elite player. It was during the Uber Cup in New Delhi that former Chief coach Vimal Kumar, noticing lack of variation in...
Congratulations to Australia  (30 March 02:47 am) 
My congratulations to the Australians for being crowned World Champions. They completely outplayed New Zealand in what was a one-sided contest, to become champions for the fifth time.In many...
Andhra is South Zone champion  (30 March 01:46 am) 
After sinking to the bottom of the zone last year, Andhra hit a new high in the Syed Mushtaq Ali Trophy South Zone T20 cricket championship here on Sunday.Andhra suffered a batting collapse...
Wizards of Oz rule again  (30 March 12:46 am) 
Mitchell Starc named Player of the Tournament
New Zealand was blown away by a clinical Australia. The most spirited side in the competition was deflated within the first few minutes of the contest.
Azhar Ali set to lead Pakistan ODI side  (30 March 12:46 am) 
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is set to appoint batsman Azhar Ali as the new captain of the one-day team and wicket-keeper Sarfraz Ahmed as his deputy. Pakistan scheduled to tour Bangl...
Saina, Srikanth win India Open titles  (29 March 09:47 pm) 
Saina Nehwal and Kidambi Srikanth rounded up a brilliant Sunday for Indian badminton winning their respective $275,000 India Open Superseries titles at the Siri Fort Sports Complex in New Delhi.
Michael Clarke and Steve Smith played nervelessly on a day New Zealand played much under the standards they set for themselves through the tournament.
Saina clinches maiden India Open crown  (29 March 08:46 pm) 
Ace shuttler Saina Nehwal won her maiden India Open Super Series crown in Delhi on Sunday defeating former World Champion Ratchanok Intanon in straight games in the women’s singles final.Pla...
Ladybird shows out  (29 March 08:46 pm) 
Ladybird and Gabriella showed out when the horses were exercised here on Sunday morning.Inner sand800m: Chase The Ace (V.Jodha) 51.5, 600/38.5. Moved well. Persian Prince (Zer...
Shivalik Showers bags feature event  (29 March 08:46 pm) 
Shivalik Showers ridden by Sandesh won the R.W.I.T.C. Ltd Turf Championship (Gr. III), the feature event of the races held here on Sunday. The winner is owned by M/s G.Shewakramani, Vikram Singh &...
Australian captain Michael Clarke on Sunday dedicated his team\'s World Cup triumph to Philip Hughes, who tragically lost his life in a freak on-field accident, saying that the late “teammate and
The left-arm paceman’s worth to Australia evident when he dismissed New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum in the first over of Sunday’s final.
Pakistan cricket veterans credited Clarke and McCullum for encouraging their players to play a more enjoyable, watchable and aggressive brand of cricket.
\"The Board’s vision is to have Misbah leading the Test side with Azhar Ali as his deputy until the home series against England and India late this year in the UAE.\"
Gerrard is a winner, and always will be  (29 March 05:49 pm) 
How quickly people forget when it comes to the career of Liverpool’s Steven Gerrard. To vilify him after his red card against Manchester United last weekend, or worse still, call him a lo...
In a dream farewell, Michael Clarke on Sunday retired from ODIs after leading Australia to their fifth cricket World Cup title, scoring a match-winning 74 in his swansong appearance to get a stand...
Australia fast bowler Mitchell Starc was named the player of the tournament after his team beat New Zealand by seven wickets to win the World Cup at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Sunday.
Smith and Clarke came to the party with match-winning fifties.