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Australia's teenage super sub

How a local 15-year-old came to field at short leg during Australia's intra-squad match in Darwin

Fancy dress fans have a ball at Edgbaston

Edgbaston's famous Eric Hollies Stand was at its boistrous best when the fancy dress united for a common goal that even captivated the players


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Broad bests Beefy's mark to climb England ladder

Seamer Stuart Broad ran through the West Indies to surpass England legend Ian Botham as the country's second highest wicket-taker, behind James Anderson


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Windies lose 19 in a day as England claim win

The West Indies have fallen to an innings and 209 run defeat as England, lead by James Anderson and Stuart Broad, took 19 wickets on the third day at Edgbaston


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Barbados bowler's horror over to Chris Gayle

Barbados Tridents spinner Akael Hosein opened the bowling against Chris Gayle and the St Kitts & Nevis Patriots. It was eventful, to say the least


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Smith embracing the unknown in Dhaka

With Test cricket unprecedented at this time of year in Bangladesh, there are plenty of unknowns for Steve Smith's Australians as they begin their campaign


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Aussies add bite to Bangladesh preparation

The Australian squad enjoyed a day of fishing in the Northern Territory ahead of their highly-anticipated Test tour of Bangladesh


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Cook doubles up as Windies feel the heat

England opener Alastair Cook hit a fourth career double century before Joe Root declared as the West Indies lost an early wicket in their reply


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Smith backs Khawaja, Agar to make Test returns

Steve Smith indicates Usman Khawaja and Ashton Agar are in line for a Test return, adding Peter Handscomb is unlikely to take the gloves


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Lyth makes history with 161 in T20 clash

Former Test opener Adam Lyth has posted the third-highest score in T20 history, blasting 161 for Yorkshire at Headingley in England's domestic competition


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Cook, Root fire after new boys stumble

England's new boys struggled but their leaders stood up to put the hosts in control of their first day-night Test against the West Indies at Edgbaston


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Australia's teenage super sub

Adi Dave, 15, had the best seat in the house for Australia's intra-squad showdown, recruited by the Aussies as a substitute fielder for the match in Darwin


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Extended highlights: Aussie intra-squad day 3

Test squad spinner Ashton Agar took four wickets while Jon Holland picked up five as the slow bowlers dominated the final day of the Darwin match