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From the Vault: Waugh on fire under the roof

World Cup winning skipper Steve Waugh made 114no in the first-ever ODI under lights, against SA in Melbourne in 2000


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Zampa shines to extend St Lucia's losing streak

Australian leg-spinner Adam Zampa claimed three wickets in Jamaica's six-wicket win at Sabina Park as David Warner's lean run continued


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Mills takes hat-trick as Rashid spins a web

Sussex and Hobart Hurricanes quick Tymal Mills claimed a hat-trick to end the match while Rashid Khan was up to his old tricks against Glamorgan


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Miracle catch not enough to stop SL win

A brilliant close-in catch by Heinrich Klaasen was the sole highlight for the Proteas as they were bowled out for their lowest T20I score ever


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Smith impresses on CPL debut, then walks for LBW!

Steve Smith looked in good touch on his Barbados Tridents debut, making a fluent 41, before barely waiting for the umpire's finger on this LBW call


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England quicks rip through India to go 2-0 up

James Anderson and Stuart Broad took four wickets each on day four as England completed an innings win over India in the second Test at Lord's


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Warner victim of horror LBW call as Stars sink

Australian batsman David Warner fell to a disastrous LBW decision before his St Lucia Stars fell short of Guyana's total of 4-141 in the CPL


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Woakes' maiden ton puts England in box seat

Allrounder Chris Woakes rescued England from early trouble with a brilliant hundred as the hosts took control of the second Test on day three at Lord's


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Dre Russ delivers perfect T20 performance

A classic catch? Tick. A hat-trick? Yep. A match-winning century from just 40 balls with a CPL-record 13 sixes! You bet! Dre Russ did it all.


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Russell rampage puts Bash Brothers in the shade

Chris Lynn and Brendon McCullum helped Trinbago to a new CPL record, but Andre Russell was a one-man wrecking ball in a CPL classic


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Drop one, catch one. Drop one, catch one.

England batsman Jos Buttler had a mixed day in the slips, dropping a catch and taking one the very next ball on two separate occasions at Lord's


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Anderson's five dismantles India

James Anderson recorded his sixth five-wicket haul at Lord's as the master swing bowler and his teammates routed India for 107 on day two