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    July 19, 2004
     

    Cricket news:

    Asia Cup - A day after Sri Lanka and Pakistan notched up predictable wins, there was a thrilla at Dambulla with India falling just short. Pakistan crushed Hong Kong thanks to Shoaib Malik and Younis Khan. ICC President Ehsan Mani is unhappy with Azharuddin's presence in Sri Lanka. Zaheer's Asia Cup could be over - there ends Agarkar's Middlesex stint.

    England v West Indies - West Indies quick Tino Best, who has created quite an impression in England with his vigorous post-wicket celebrations talks about his cricketing past. Instead of actually thinking about a win, Colin Croft recommends that West Indies go in with a dont-lose attitude.

    India - Australia plays at Bangalore, Madras, Mohali and Nagpur while South Africa plays at Kanpur and Calcutta during the series later this year. The BCCI will be inviting UN Secretary General Kofi Annan to its 75th anniversary celebrations. As far as Indian advertisers are concerned, they're putting their money on cricket rather than the Olympics.

    Australia - Shane Warne has decided to donate the ball with which he drew level with Murali to the Australian Diuretics Research Foundation.

    England - Richie Benaud, who is rumoured to have said Welcome back, England are chew for chew chwenty chew during the 2nd ever test match at the MCG in 1877, is optimistic about England's chances in next year's Ashes. Should there just be one overseas professional per county team? Was Vaughan's dream run in 2003 a freakish occurence and is he really as good as he is made out to be?

    New Zealand - Even as Queenstown could become New Zealand's latest test venue, there are indications that there wont be a Boxing Day test match in New Zealand in future. Craig Spearman thinks he could play for England. When Caddick could, why cant Spearman?

    Misc - The ICC announces the cricketers and media personalities who will be judges for the ICC awards. William Lambert and Lord Frederick Beauclerk were the original rascals.

    Rambled @ 8:36 PM

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