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Across the Ditch: Australia bounce back

Chris Rogers and Jason Bennett discuss how strong partnerships saw Australia level the ODI series in Wellington and chat to man of the match Mitchell Marsh


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From the Vault: The Underarm Incident

In what Richie Benaud describes as 'one of the worst things I have ever seen done on a cricket field', Trevor Chappell bowls the last ball of a match against New Zealand in an infamously unsporting manner


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Marsh's controversial wicket sparks debate

With the deciding match in the ODI series between NZ and Australia on a knife's edge, Mitch Marsh was dismissed caught off his foot after much on-field deliberation


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Aussies left to rue another referral

Captain Steve Smith reviewed an lbw decision from the bowling of Ish Sodhi that proved to be plumb lbw during the series-deciding third ODI against New Zealand in Hamilton


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Williamson takes screamer ... over the rope

Usman Khawaja survived this brilliant piece of work on the boundary by Kane Williamson during the deciding ODI between Australia and New Zealand in Hamilton


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Aussies roll Black Caps for 246

Three wickets to Mitchell Marsh led a strong all-round bowling performance by the Australians in the deciding match of the Chappell-Hadlee Series in Hamilton, New Zealand


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McCullums bows out with Chappell-Hadlee Trophy

On a controversial night in Hamilton, Brendon McCullum exited ODI cricket on a winning note, his Black Caps claiming victory over Australia by 55 runs


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McCullum sets new mark in farewell knock

Brendon McCullum hit ODI six number 200 to add to his world record 100 Test sixes before departing for a rapid 47 in his final one-day international innings, against Australia in Hamilton


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Tendulkar an inspiration to Kohli

Virat Kohli tells interviewer Glenn Maxwell how Indian legend Sachin Tendulkar has helped him become a world-class batsman


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T20 stars inspired by blind players

Aaron Finch and other Australian T20 players are inspired by the ability of vision-impaired cricketers who wear the green and gold with pride


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Highlights: India avoid clean sweep in Hobart

Facing a 3-0 scoreline, India's Women rallied to chase down the Commonwealth Bank Southern Stars 7-231 due largely to Mithali Raj's superb 89


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Farrell finds rope late in innings for Stars

Rene Farrell hit four boundaries late in the innings to help the Southern Stars to a competitive total at Blundstone Arena


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Another half century for in-form Perry

Southern Stars allrounder Ellyse Perry was among the runs yet against as she contributed 50 against India in Hobart


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Alex Blackwell fires for Southern Stars

Blackwell found scoring easy as she helped herself to 60 from just 64 balls for the Stars against India in the final ODI in Hobart