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Yes Moments: 'The best ball I've bowled'

After 15 years of trying, Ryan Harris produced the "perfect" ball, one of the all-time great Ashes deliveries that knocked Alistair Cook over first ball at the WACA in 2013

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Adam Zwar's 'Cricket Nation': Episode 3

Adam Zwar chats to some celebrity cricket fans who recall a collection of the sport's most famous - and best - sledges from across the decades

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Optus Top 6: Cricket's biggest overs

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Passionate Rabada leading by example

Kagiso Rabada is already acting as a role model to young South Africans

Harry becomes an accidental international

Young South Australian wicketkeeper Harry Nielsen took four catches while filling in for South Africa during day two of their clash with the CA XI in Adelaide

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Proteas steamroll CA XI for 103

Only CA XI skipper Matt Short reached double figures as the hosts were dismissed for 103 at Adelaide Oval, with the Proteas pacemen sharing the spoils

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Captain Short plays a lone hand

Matthew Short made a fine 57 for the CA XI as he single-handedly defied South Africa at the Adelaide Oval in their pink-ball clash

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Proteas flex their muscles against CA XI

South Africa's fast bowlers ran through the CA XI on day two at the Adelaide Oval before Rilee Rossouw made a fine 77

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Blues blitz Bulls to defend Matador Cup title

Nathan Lyon took 4-10 before Moises Henriques and Kurtis Patterson each made half-centuries to steer NSW to a four-wicket win over Queensland in the Matador Cup final

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Patterson powers Blues to Matador Cup title

Blues batsman Kurtis Patterson made a composed 77no to take his side to a six-wicket win over Queensland in the Matador Cup final

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Henriques rescues Blues with classy 85

Blues captain Moises Henriques saved his side fro early trouble in a match-defining innings against Queensland in the Matador Cup

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Neser puts Blues on the back foot

It wasn't enough for Queensland, but Michael Neser's scintillating start with the ball reaped three wickets and featured a brilliant boundary-line catch

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Handshake goes horribly wrong for Copeland

After putting down key man Usman Khawaja early in the Matador Cup final, NSW's Trent Copeland got a brief but painful reminder of his earlier mistake during a wicket celebration

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Blues skittle Bulls for 186 in final

After NSW won the toss and bowled, Nathan Lyon collected remarkable figures of 4-10 off 10 overs to help bowl Queensland out for a below-par 186

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Lyon leads charge in Matador Cup final

Nathan Lyon played the role of destroyer for NSW in their Matador Cup final against Queensland, taking 4-10 in a brilliant spell at North Sydney Oval

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Stokes does it all in Chittagong

In sweltering heat, the allrounder wrapped up Bangladesh's innings with a heroic spell before blasting three sixes on the way to 85 with the bat