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Windies spinners hail Saqlain contribution

West Indies Women’s spinners Anisa Mohammed and Shaquana Quintyne have identified the work they did with Pakistan spin bowling legend Saqlain Mushtaq a month ago, as the main reason for their recent bowling success.


Rohan Bopanna to partner Aisam Qureshi in 2014

The Indo-Pak Express is set to flag off once again as the deadly duo of Rohan Bopanna and Aisam-Ul-Haq Qureshi set to steamroll their way to more titles in the 2014 season. The pair last played together in the ATP World Tour Final in London in 2011 and have joined forces for a second stint with the aim of repeating and furthering their past exploits.


Hallinan headlines Thunderbirds awards sweep

Mid-courter Renae Hallinan has capped off a remarkable year by winning the coveted Liz Ellis Diamond and International Player of the Year at the Australian Netball Awards on Sunday on the Gold Coast. The specialist wing defence has been instrumental in the success of the Australian Diamonds and Adelaide Thunderbirds in 2013 with consistent performances at both an international and domestic level.


Diamonds golden in final international outing before Games

The Australian Diamonds will go to next year’s Commonwealth Games on the back of six consecutive victories after a hard-fought 64-37 win over the Malawi Queens at the Gold Coast Convention & Exhibition Centre on Saturday.


Akmal, Peterson fined by ICC

Pakistan’s Adnan Akmal and Robin Peterson of South Africa have been fined 50 per cent of their match fees after pleading guilty to a Level 2 breach of the ICC Code of Conduct during the fourth day’s play in the first Test in Abu Dhabi on Thursday.


Australian teams look to continue World Cup winning streak

Five Australian indoor cricket teams across five divisions will aim to defend their World Cup titles when the 2013 Indoor Cricket Masters World Series begins in South Africa on Sunday.


Canadian tennis mourns the passing of Rene Simpson

Tennis Canada is mourning the loss of a friend today as former player, coach and Fed Cup captain, Rene Simpson, passed away Thursday in Chicago after a year-long battle with brain cancer. She was 47 years old.


Morne van Wyk puts emotions to one side

All eyes will be on Morne van Wyk on Friday afternoon, as the wicketkeeper-batsman returns to central franchise territory to lead the Sunfoil Dolphins against the side he served for 17 years prior to his move this winter. Van Wyk made his first-class debut for the team now known as the Chevrolet Knights back in 1996/97, and admits that it will be an emotional occasion taking the field against them in a Momentum One-Day Cup fixture at the Diamond Oval on Friday.


Unbeaten Mumbai FC seek their first home win

Mumbai FC will be seeking their first home win of the season when they host on Salgaocar FC in a clash of two unbeaten teams at the Balewadi Sports Complex in Pune on Friday.


Doug Bollinger suspended for one game

Cricket Australia (CA) announced that Doug Bollinger was reported and suspended for breaching the CA Code of Behaviour in the RYOBI One Day Cup match between the NSW Blues and the XXXX GOLD Queensland Bulls today.


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