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South Africa Seal Tri-Series Success

Faf du Plessis fell four runs short of another century and Dale Steyn took four wickets as South Africa beat Australia by six wickets in the One-Day International tri-series in Zimbabwe.
7 September 2014

Australia Wrap Up Clean Sweep

Australia Women completed a 4-0 clean sweep over Pakistan Women by winning the fourth and final Twenty20 International by 20 runs in Robina.
5 September 2014

Australia Near Second Clean Sweep

Australia Women are one win away from a second consecutive clean sweep over Pakistan Women after winning the third Twenty20 International by eight wickets in Robina.
3 September 2014

Australia Bounce Back To Beat South Africa

Australia bounced back from their three-wicket defeat to Zimbabwe at their first opportunity, winning game five of the One-Day International tri-series against South Africa by 62 runs.
2 September 2014

Zimbabwe Beat Australia - Reaction From 1983 & 2014

31 years ago, Zimbabwe beat Australia in the 1983 World Cup, making the front page of The Club Cricketer, the newspaper that eventually evolved into www.cricketworld.com - which obviously gave Zimbabwe's latest triumph top billing this weekend.
1 September 2014

Injured Michael Clarke Returning Home

After further aggravating his left hamstring injury in the One-Day International tri-series defeat to Zimbabwe in Harare, Australia captain Michael Clarke is to return home and miss the remainder of the series.
31 August 2014

Zimbabwe Hold Their Nerve To Beat Australia

Zimbabwe held their nerve to beat Australia by three wickets in game four of the One-Day International tri-series in Harare, Prosper Utseya sealing victory with a six.
31 August 2014

Big Win Puts Australia 2-0 Up

Australia Women moved into a 2-0 series lead over Pakistan Women courtesy of a handsome 63-run win in the seccond Twenty20 International in Robina.
31 August 2014

Michael Clarke To Return For Australia

Michael Clarke will make his return from injury in the fourth match of the One-Day International tri-series in Harare when Australia play Zimbabwe tomorrow (31st August).
30 August 2014

Osborne, Villani Star In Crushing Win

Erin Osborne with the ball and Elyse Villani with the bat produced fine performances as Australia Women beat Pakistan Women by nine wickets in the first Twenty20 International in Robina.
30 August 2014

Australia Call Up Emma Inglis

Australia have added Emma Inglis to their Women's Twenty20 International squad ahead of the four-match series against Pakistan that gets underway on Saturday (30th August).
29 August 2014

Richardson Pleased With World Cup 2015 Preparations

ICC Chief Executive David Richardson believes that preparations for the World Cup 2015 in Australia and New Zealand are on track to 'deliver a really memorable event'.
28 August 2014

Australia Complete Clean Sweep

Australia Women beat Pakistan Women by 37 runs in the fourth and final One-Day International in Brisbane to wrap up a 4-0 series clean sweep.
28 August 2014

De Villiers, Du Plessis Brilliance Downs Australia

Centuries from AB de Villiers and Faf du Plessis enabled South Africa to chase down a target of 328 with more than three overs to spare and beat Australia by seven wickets in game two of the One-Day International tri-series in Harare.
27 August 2014

Jess Cameron To Miss Remaining Games Against Pakistan

Australia's Jess Cameron has been ruled out of the remaining five matches against Pakistan Women after fracturing her left hand during the third One-Day International.
27 August 2014

Bolton, Lanning Seal Series Win For Australia

Nicole Bolton and Meg Lanning scored half-centuries as Australia Women beat Pakistan Women by eight wickets in the third and final One-Day International in Brisbane.
26 August 2014

Destructive Batting Sets Up Thumping Win For Australia

Some literally destructive batting from Australia helped them open the One-Day International tri-series in Zimbabwe with a thumping 198-run win over their hosts in Harare.
25 August 2014

Michael Clarke Misses Tri-Series Opener

Australia captain Michael Clarke has been ruled out of the opening One-Day International tri-series match against Zimbabwe due to a hamstring injury.
24 August 2014

Jonassen Powers Australia To Victory

Jess Jonassen took four wickets and then scored 33 as Australia Women beat Pakistan Women by five wickets in the second One-Day International in Brisbane.
24 August 2014

Hamstrung Michael Clarke Doubtful For Tri-Series Opener

Australia skipper Michael Clarke has suffered a hamstring injury at a training session ahead of the One-Day International tri-series against Zimbabwe and South Africa.
23 August 2014

 
 
 

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