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The Guardian
India beat England by 35 runs in Women's Cricket World Cup opener – as it happened
The Guardian
That's it from us - the full poetry of Vithushan Ehantharajah's report will be up shortly, hopefully more about cricket than warm evenings by the Seine, and we'll see you for the next OBO. Geoff Lemon out, thanks for your company. Updated at 1.19pm EDT.
ICC & Twitter light up Women's Cricket World Cup with first-of-its-kind emojis of captainsTimes of India
Highlights ICC Women's World Cup 2017, India vs England, cricket result: Raj and Co win by 35 runsFirstpost
Women's cricket makes 2017 World Cup declaration of intentBBC News
Hindustan Times -NDTV -News18
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T-Mobile, then AT&T, now Cricket are giving away free stuff - CNET
The wireless carrier says it's going to offer discounted gift cards and other items as part of a new rewards program.
Cricket Wireless open 5th store in Erie County in a yearBuffalo News

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Sun Sentinel
AT&T's Cricket Wireless expands in South Florida
Sun Sentinel
Cricket Wireless, AT&T's prepaid mobile phone service company, is expanding in South Florida, and the company is offering tantalizing lower rates than major carriers — including AT&T. The region is an attractive market for Cricket, which focuses on a ...
Voice of cricket Henry Blofeld retires after finding himself "out of kilter" with style of younger commentators
For decades he has been the voice of cricket, the man whose avuncular tones have heralded the arrival of the Test Match season for everyone who loves the sound of leather on willow. But Henry Blofeld, the long serving commentator for BBC Radio 4's Test ...
Cricket commentator Henry Blofeld to leave Test Match Special after nearly 50 yearsEvening Standard
Legendary cricket commentator Henry Blofeld calls time on illustrious

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Hindustan Times
Live cricket score, ICC Women's World Cup 2017, New Zealand vs Sri Lanka, Live
Hindustan Times
New Zealand's women's cricket team will be up against Sri Lanka start in the opening game of the ICC Women's World Cup 2017 at Bristol. The first stage of the tournament will see the eight contenders battle it out in a round-robin format where every ...

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Catch controversy engulfs Zimbabwe
Zimbabwe cricketer Ryan Burl has apologised after claiming a catch with his foot over the boundary line rope in his side's one-day match with the Netherlands. Netherlands opener Stephan Myburg had been in punishing touch in the second match in ...

Hindustan Times
ICC okays new cricket rules, players can be sent off for violence from October 1
Hindustan Times
The Cricket Committee's proposals for rule changes include giving umpires the power to send off players for the most serious incidents of player misconduct, including violence. All members agreed to implement this in full. All other offences would ...
Teams to retain review for 'umpire's call'

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ICC support World XI matches in Pakistan
Plans for the full resumption of international cricket in Pakistan moved forward Friday when the sport's global governing body said it wanted to send a World XI to the country later this year. With the exception of Zimbabwe's tour two years ago ...
ICC backs World XI games in
International cricket returns to Pakistan: ICC confirms three T20 matches in LahoreDaily Pakistan

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Washington Post
Pakistan beat India in cricket, so India arrested a bunch of its fans for cheering
Washington Post
In the United States, cheering on a rival sports team while in that team's territory will get you mean looks and perhaps a punch thrown your way, if enough alcohol is involved. In India, cheering on Pakistan's national cricket team will get you ...
Police in India Arrest Fans Celebrating Pakistan's Cricket VictoryNew York Times
Fans Of Pakistan's Cricket Team Arrested For Sedition In IndiaNPR
India arrests 15 for celebrating Pakistan cricket victoryCNN -Newsweek
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Traffic police U-turn after irking Bumrah
An Indian crossed the line on foreign soil, the consequences were disastrous and the police acted swiftly to make an example of the culprit. But, after realising their mistake, law enforcement issued an apology to the wounded offender. Sound like the ...

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