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Chappell takes new Foundation to streets

Former national captain and a host of notable Australians tackling Australia's growing problem of homelessness

Australia and India ready to face off in semi-final

The Australia and India camps put the finishing touches on their preparations for the World Cup's second semi-final but British weather may yet spoil the party


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Blackwell wary of 'very dangerous' India team

Australia vice-captain Alex Blackwell looks ahead to the World Cup semi-final with India and hails the increased competitive nature of this tournament


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'To beat Australia requires more than we have given'

India captain Mithali Raj under no illusions about the challenge facing her side when they meet the defending champions in the second semi-final of the World Cup


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From the Vault: When Mitch first met the Proteas

December 2008, and Mitchell Johnson is unleashed against South Africa for the very first time. The result? Career-best figures of 8-61


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Lanning racing to be fit for World Cup semi-final

Captain Meg Lanning trained separately from the main group as Australia had their first hit-out at Derby ahead of Thursday's showdon with India


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Aussies unfazed by India's Derby experience

Australia's World Cup semi-final will be the defending champions' first match in Derby, where opponents India have played four previous games at the venue


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England hold nerve to reach Lord's final

In perhaps the match of the tournament, England won a see-sawing match in the final over to defeat South Africa and progress to the Women's World Cup final


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Lightning Taylor pulls of sublime stumping

Like a flash of lightning, England’s star wicketkeeper Sarah Taylor executed a sublime stumping in the first Women’s World Cup semi-final against South Africa


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SL win controversial Colombo classic

A contentious stumping ruling gave Niroshan Dickwella a life as he and Asela Gunaratne played the key hands in a stunning Sri Lankan run chase


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From the Vault: Lillee's farewell Test performance

Australian fast-bowling legend Dennis Lillee bid farewell to Test cricket in 1984 with an eight-wicket haul against Pakistan at the SCG, including the 350th scalp of his career


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Proteas steamroll England to level series

Chasing 474 to win, England folded to be all out 133 on day four in Nottingham, with South Africa's bowling group performing superbly to level the series at 1-1


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SL, Zimbabwe Test on a knife's edge

Both Sri Lanka and Zimbabwe have a realistic shot at history heading into the final day of their one-off Test in Colombo after a hard fought fourth day