South Africa vs Australia 2nd T20: Warner and Hodge lead Australia home in rain-affected encounter

        

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Warner and Hodge destroyed South Africa’s bowling attack

Australia opener David Warner smashed 40 runs and veteran batsman Brad Hodge hammered a quickfire 21 to lead their side to a five-wicket win over South Africa in a rain-affected Twenty20 International in Durban. 

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West Indies vs Ireland 1st T20: Joyce helps Ireland stun West Indies

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Joyce led Ireland to victory with a 49-ball 40

The West Indies’ road to the World Twenty20 began on an extremely sour note as Ireland batsman Ed Joyce scored an unbeaten 40 to lead his side to a memorable six-wicket win in the inaugural Twenty20 International held at Sabina Park in Jamaica.

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‘I’ll be the first to say that anyone on this tour should be worried about their job’, says David Saker

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“This has been a poor performance from everyone involved”

England bowling coach David Saker has announced that “anyone on this tour should be worried about their job” following the national team’s horrendous performance throughout their tour of Australia.

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David Warner suspended by New South Wales for ditching match to go to the races

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“I believed I was doing the right thing by focusing on my training and batting, but in hindsight I should have played”

Australia opening batsman David Warner has found himself in hot water once again as he was handed a one-match suspension by New South Wales for ditching their limited overs match against Victoria in order to have a private coaching session and spend an afternoon at the races.

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Lack of county cricket is hurting Australia’s young talents, says Justin Langer

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“Learning from playing English county is diminishing”

Former Australia opening batsman Justin Langer believes the country’s younger players are shooting themselves in the foot by choosing to play in domestic Twenty20 tournaments instead of good, old-fashioned county cricket.

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