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Dual medal win for Mark at Poland World Cup

Bradley Mark (Alexandra Hills, QLD) led the Australian charge in Szczecin, Poland on the second leg of the International Paralympic Committee (IPC) World Cup series, with two individual medals claimed for Australia.

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Manila to host first leg of International Premier Tennis League

Manila will host the first leg of the newly launched International Premier Tennis League (IPTL) which has attracted the top players of the ATP and WTA Tour to participate in the eagerly anticipated New Team Tennis competition.

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Bangladesh star Mahmudullah penalised for code of conduct breach

Walton Central Zone captain Mahmudullah has been fined his full match fee and has also received a two-match suspension for breaching the BCB Code of Conduct during his side’s Bangladesh Cricket League (BCL) round three match against BCB North Zone at the BKSP Ground 3. Mahmudullah was found to be in breach of Article 2.3.3 of the Code of Conduct for players which relates to action contrary to the spirit of the game and which brings the game into disrepute.

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Scotland cricket team coaches school kids in Aberdeen

The Scotland cricket team is taking time out of their busy training schedule ahead of the Royal London One Day International against England this Friday (9th) to coach some P4 school children in Aberdeen.

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ECB awards 18 England women’s players new contracts

The England and Wales Cricket Board has announced that 18 players from the England Women’s Performance Programme have been awarded new contracts, which have come into effect from this month.

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Sports scholarships for Junior Indian Shooters announced

Abhinav Bindra today announced the launch of the Abhinav Bindra Shooting Scholarship Programme. The Programme aims to develop shooting talent in India, by offering support to select junior Indian shooters. The young shooters will be chosen with an eye on the Rio Olympics 2016 and beyond.

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Bangladesh Coach Shane Jurgensen resigns

The Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) has thanked outgoing National Team Head Coach Shane Jurgensen for his contribution. The Board accepted Jurgensen’s resignation today (Monday) after the coach reiterated his intention to step down during a meeting with BCB President Nazmul Hassan.

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Berlocq stuns Raonic in Portugal Open

Milos Raonic played his fourth quarter-final of the season on Friday at the Portugal Open, an ATP World Tour 250 event. He was unable to reach his first semifinal of 2014 following a 7-5, 6-4 defeat at the hands of Argentine Carlos Berlocq.

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Sussex and Kent prepare to renew rivalry

This Bank Holiday weekend (Sunday May 4 and Monday May 5) 34 women’s county sides from across the country will get their 2014 Royal London Women’s One-Day Cup campaigns underway.

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Mick Newell succeeds Ashley Giles as an England selector

ECB today announced that Nottinghamshire’s Director of Cricket Mick Newell is to become an England selector following Ashley Giles’ decision to step down from the four-man panel.

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