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    May 25, 2004

    Cricket news: Nasser Hussain runs out Strauss and yet emerges as a hero as England win at Lord's. Even as stand-in captain Marcus Trescothick is elated at his side's efforts, Hussain is contemplating retirement. Not all is hunky dory for England though, as Ed Giddins, who played the princely total of four tests and may have gone on to be the next Glenn McGrath (with a test batting avg. of 2.5 and a first-class batting avg of 5.8) has been banned for 5 years by the ECB for betting in a county championship game in 2002. Clearly the ECB has taken the adage better late than never a little too seriously. The ban wont affect Giddins at all. He retired last year.

    The ICC whose new logo ICC was revealed a couple of days ago, has failed the players again, on all the important issues.

    Glenn McGrath's wife, Jane, talks about being affected by breast cancer and that she took a while to come to terms with her husband actually being a celebrity.

    Australia and New Zealand will fight now for an annual one-day trophy called the Chappell-Hadlee trophy.

    Rambled @ 6:28 PM

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