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Thu 08 Nov 2012
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Neil at the World Cup
Week 3
Mar 03 - here’s always fun around when the Irish are in town and Canberra was full of them.

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We do it our way: AB
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Ireland left to rue Amla drop
Ireland got an early and painful reminder of what a fickle mistress cricket can be in their defeat at the hands of the Proteas.
Tahir victimised in Canberra
Imran Tahir would be happy to leave the Manuka Oval, despite the Proteas' overwhelming victory over Ireland at the venue.
Faulkner keen to kickstart CWC
James Faulkner has he was raring to go against Afghanistan after fearing his CWC might be over before it had started.
AB hails SA 'rock' Amla
SA captain AB de Villiers hailed Hashim Amla as the team's "rock" after the opener cracked 159 in the crushing 201-run win over Ireland.
KP 'too much baggage'
Kevin Pietersen does not warrant a recall to the England team, according to former skipper Nasser Hussain.
Proteas brush aside Ireland
South Africa have thrashed Ireland by 201 runs in their Cricket World Cup Pool B match at Canberra's Manuka Oval.
Proteas make history in Canberra
The Proteas have posted the second highest total in Cricket World Cup history against Ireland in Canberra.
Oz full of confidence despite loss
Australia's CWC loss to NZ was disappointing but no wake-up call, according to captain Michael Clarke.

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