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Rogers feared it was the end

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Spirits are high in Birmingham

Australia coach's blog details how there are some selection questions remain but the boys are all set for the third Ashes Test

Rogers feared it may've been the end

Speaking for the first time about his 'bizarre' dizzy spell, in-form Australia opener Chris Rogers admits he feared it might've been the end at Lord's when he retired hurt


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Australian XI for Edgbaston becomes clear

Opener Chris Rogers passed his nets session against the Australian quicks at Edgbaston with flying colours and looks set to take his place in an unchanged XI


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Highlights: Perry, Lanning spark big Stars win

The Commonwealth Bank Southern Stars have wrapped up the ODI leg of the Women’s Ashes 2-1 with an 89-run thrashing of England (restrictions apply)


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Consistent Perry peaks again

Ellyse Perry hit her seventh half-century from her past eight innings to help the Southern Stars to a big total in the third Women's Ashes ODI in Worcester (restrictions apply)


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Lanning lashes England lapses

Southern Stars skipper Meg Lanning survived a run-out and was dropped, making the most of it to lead the Australians with 85 at Worcester (restrictions apply)


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Lanning survives run out chance

England blow an early opportunity to dismiss Australia skipper Meg Lanning in the third ODI at Worcester, and the skipper makes them pay (restrictions apply)


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From the Vault: Border's perfect day with the ball

With the West Indies cruising in 1989, a young Australian outfit needed a hero in the field. And that hero was none other than captain Allan Border


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Rogers trains indoors at Edgbaston

Chris Rogers is shaping up well in his bid to play the third Ashes Test, having trained for almost an hour on Sunday at Edgbaston's indoor nets


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Associates seal World Twenty20 berths

Afghanistan, Hong Kong, Ireland, the Netherlands, Oman and Scotland have booked their places in the 2016 ICC World T20 in India


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Classic grabs and flying stumps in Chennai

A pair of classic catches and some Marcus Stoinis brilliance highlighted an entertaining final day, as Australia A and India A shared the spoils


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Clarke gets a hit after Marsh stars with ball

Michael Clarke has scored an unbeaten 44, with Australia wrapping up preparations for the third Ashes Test with a draw against Derbyshire.


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Mitch Marsh continues allrounder push

Australia allrounder Mitch Marsh has identified a talk with bowling coach Craig McDermott as a key reason for his improved performances with the ball