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Sat 05 Jan 2013
00:06:26
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Bangladesh's bowlers fought back to restrict New Zealand to and give themselves a chance of claiming their first win in the Tri-Series in Dublin.
Proteas win toss, bowl in 1st ODI in Leeds
The Proteas have won the toss and elected to bowl in the first of three ODIs against England at Headingley in Leeds.
Jacques Rudolph calls time on career
Former Proteas batsman Jacques Rudolph has announced he will retire from all cricket at the end of the current county season.
Anderson to be assessed after groin tear
England fast bowler James Anderson's participation in the Test series against South Africa remains in doubt after scans confirmed he suffered a tear to his groin.
AB downplays Kolpak threat
Proteas ODI skipper AB de Villiers has brushed off any concerns that South African cricket is under threat of players signing Kolpak deals.
Bangladesh ask Black Caps to bat 1st
New Zealand will bat first in the final match of the Tri-Series after Bangladesh won the toss in Dublin and for the sixth time out of six chose to field.
Aussie players move to take back image rights
Australian cricketers have unveiled plans to take back their own image rights, firing the latest salvo in an on-going pay battle with the country's cricket board.
Tendulkar's life brought to silver screen
A hotly anticipated film about the life of Indian cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar hits cinemas this week.
Morgan banking on IPL trio to boost England
Eoin Morgan is hoping the return of three key players from the Indian Premier League will help England defeat top-ranked South Africa in their upcoming ODI series.
No new Scotland heroics as Sri Lanka win easily
Scotland were unable to back up their historic win over Sri Lanka as the Asian nation turned the tables with a nine-wicket victory.

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