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Already? West Indies’ new hero immediately cashes in with Pakistan T20 deal

Already? West Indies’ new hero immediately cashes in with Pakistan T20 deal

It hasn’t taken long for the West Indies’ breakout star Shamar Joseph to cash in on his explosive performance against Australia, with the young quick picked up by Pakistan Super League side Peshawar Zalmi. The 24-year-old put his name up in lights after battling past injury to claim 7/68 and defeat Australia at the Gabba...

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Social media applauds Adam Zampa’s hilarious new tattoo

Social media applauds Adam Zampa’s hilarious new tattoo

Australian World Cup-winning spinner Adam Zampa sure knows how to flex. Zampa was a key member of Australia’s One-Day World Cup triumph late last year, taking 23 wickets and being named in the Team of the Tournament. The 31-year-old added that major trophy to the Twenty20 World Cup victory he also helped secure in Dubai...

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‘Have they called him back?’ Wild scenes as SA star given out, still makes a ton — Shield wrap

‘Have they called him back?’ Wild scenes as SA star given out, still makes a ton — Shield wrap

Usman Khawaja will enter the Test series against Pakistan in top form after posting his second century of the Sheffield Shield season against Western Australia at the Gabba. The Queensland captain held firm in seam-friendly conditions against a fired-up Jhye Richardson to guide his side to 8-274 with an unbeaten 102. Marnus Labuschagne only lasted...

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’Who said I’m finished?’: Warner backed by former teammate Mike Hussey after hinting he’ll play on

’Who said I’m finished?’: Warner backed by former teammate Mike Hussey after hinting he’ll play on

Having marvelled at David Warner’s athleticism during Australia’s triumphant World Cup in India, his former teammate Michael Hussey has no doubt the opener can continue to excel in short-form cricket for years to come. The champion opener issued a stern rebuttal to a social media post after Sunday’s final in Ahmedabad stating he had finished...