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Cricket-McGrath hoping to benefit from Flintoff injury woe 06-24-2004, 03:00 LONDON (AFP) - Yorkshire batsman Anthony McGrath said he is hoping to resurrect his international career in the forthcoming one-day series with New Zealand and West Indies.
Cricket-England's Flintoff out of One-Day series 06-23-2004, 10:57 LONDON (AFP) - England all-rounder Andrew Flintoff is out of the entire One Day International Series with New Zealand and West Indies with an ankle injury.
Cricket-Langer injures foot in training and may miss Test leadup 06-23-2004, 11:40 DARWIN, Australia (AFP) - Opening Test batsman Justin Langer was in doubt for the Northern Territory Chief Minister's XI four-day match against Sri Lanka here after injuring his left foot in training.
Cricket-Vaughan looking beyond triangular 06-23-2004, 02:57 LONDON (AFP) - England captain Michael Vaughan is hoping England will use the forthcoming triangular one-day series with New Zealand and the West Indies as a building block in their quest to win the Champions Trophy.
Cricket-Sarwan happy to be sleeping beauty 06-23-2004, 03:02 LONDON (AFP) - West Indies batsman Ramnaresh Sarwan put his 79 against Kent down to the benefits of extra sleep gained during a drawn-out coach journey from the team hotel in London to Beckenham.
Cricket-Vettori on the way back 06-23-2004, 03:06 MANCHESTER, England (AFP) - New Zealand spinner Daniel Vettori was aiming to prove his fitness in a bid to play in the triangular series one-day opener against England at Old Trafford.
Cricket-UAE beat Oman to win Asian Cricket Council trophy 06-23-2004, 03:16 KUALA LUMPUR (AFP) - The United Arab Emirates defeated Oman by 94 runs to lift the Asian Cricket Council Trophy at the Bayu Emas Oval in Kuala Lumpur, capping a hat trick for the side.
Cricket-Autralia open 2005 Ashes tour with Twenty20 clash 06-23-2004, 16:34 LONDON (AFP) - Australia will open next year's Ashes tour of England with the first ever Twenty20 international, the BBC website said.
Cricket-Imran-Jemima match seen as a clash of culture 06-23-2004, 12:26 KARACHI (AFP) - The match between flambouyant Pakistani cricket legend Imran Khan and British heiress Jemima failed to cross a cultural divide, Khan's former colleagues said, shedding light on their break up.
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