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Reuters UK
Cricket Australia gambled on greed in pay talks: Ian Chappell
The Sydney Morning Herald
Ian Chappell has praised the altruism of modern-day successor Steve Smith and his Test teammates, saying Cricket Australia unsuccessfully gambled on players' greed in the ongoing spat. Former Test captain Chappell was a leading figure in Australian ...
Cricket: Australia board gambled on players' greed and lost - ChappellReuters UK
Spinner essential for balance in Test sideWide World of Sports

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The Guardian
County cricket: Middlesex and Surrey play out draw at Lord's – as it happened
The Guardian
County cricket: Middlesex and Surrey play out draw at Lord's – as it happened. Lancashire v Yorkshire and Somerset v Warwickshire also ended in draws while Essex beat Hampshire and Worcestershire thrashed Derbyshire in the second division. Updated.
Kumar Sangakkara: Ex-Sri Lanka captain to retire from first-class cricketBBC Sport
Sangakkara to retire from first-class cricketcricket.com.au
Sangakkara to quit first-class cricketSBS
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The Age
Cricket pay dispute: Players hit out at Cricket Australia's threats
The Age
Players union chief Alistair Nicholson will meet with Australia's top players in England this weekend, acknowledging their unity at a time when they could easily accept Cricket Australia's pay offer. The ongoing stand-off between the Australian ...
Neither side willing to move on pay dealdailytelegraph.com.au
T20 leagues could eye 'unemployed' Australian players - ACAESPNcricinfo.com

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ESPNcricinfo.com
Cricket Australia's good business methods not always good sport
ESPNcricinfo.com
But there was one thing the two shared then and still do now that says rather more about Australian cricket in 2017, and the pay dispute that is currently occupying plenty of minds around the country. Cowan and Warner are both conservative in their ...
Australian cricket pay dispute 'in dangerous territory'The Sydney Morning Herald
SA T20 franchises ready to pouncedailytelegraph.com.au

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The Guardian
County cricket: Essex beat Hampshire, Sangakkara makes twin tons, and more – as it happened
The Guardian
An utter, unadulterated treat to watch Kumar Sangakkara doing his outrageous thing today, but there's been great action just about everywhere else, too. Essex are probably 10 pints deep already after seeing off Hampshire, Shiv's been chiselling away at ...

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Times of India
Don't play cricket to get selected, says Parthiv Patel
Times of India
MUMBAI: Wicket-keeper batsman Parthiv Patel may not have been selected for the upcoming Champions Trophy scheduled in England from June 1 even as a last-minute replacement but he says he does not play the game now with the sole intention of ...
Parthiv Patel: I don't worry about selection anymoreCricket Country

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International Cricket Council
ICC WCL Division 3 captains reveal their hopes to keep Cricket World Cup 2019 dreams alive
International Cricket Council
Excitement builds ahead of ICC World Cricket League (WCL) Division 3 with six teams battling it out to keep their ICC Cricket World Cup 2019 dreams alive. The eight-day tournament which starts tomorrow (23 May) involves Canada, Malaysia, Oman, ...
Canada launches long-shot quest for Cricket World Cup berthToronto Star
What to look for at the WCL Division ThreeESPNcricinfo.com

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ESPNcricinfo.com
A history of the Champions Trophy in seven matches
ESPNcricinfo.com
A branch for cricket's expansion; a bloated, pointless tournament; a World Cup warm-up; a test of the best; a dead man walking; the Champions Trophy has had more identities than a CIA convention. Here is a history through seven matches that reveal most ...
Oval beginnings for World Cup journeycricket.com.au

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The Hindu
Bumrah will definitely play Test cricket, says Bond
The Hindu
No wonder then that Bumrah has eclipsed Lasith Malinga as Mumbai Indians' death-overs specialist during its IPL campaign. That's not all. Shane Bond, the MI bowling coach, is confident that Bumrah will soon be a force to reckon with even in Test cricket.
Unlucky Smith wanted to 'be the man': Pontingcricket.com.au
Mumbai's bench strength bosses the IPLESPNcricinfo.com
IPL 2017: Uncapped Indian players come to terms with top-grade cricketThe Indian Express
Hindustan Times -Firstpost
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Hussey reveals Tassie cricket review
SBS
A review of Cricket Tasmania's operations by Mike Hussey found issues with recruitment and facilities played a part in the state's poor results over recent seasons. The former Test player was commissioned to conduct the review following a string of ...

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