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West Indies Sent Home By Ashraful And Aftab

Bangladesh scored a six-wicket win to send the West Indies crashing out of the Twenty20 World Cup thanks to half-centuries from captain Mohammad...
13 September 2007

Zimbabwe Surprise Australia In Cape Town

Zimbabwe made good use of bowler-friendly conditions to limit the powerful Australians to a below-par score before scrambling home...
12 September 2007

Scotland Push Pakistan But Fall Well Short

Scotland turned in an encouraging performance, but in the end Pakistan were too strong for them in the opening game of Group D in the Twenty20 World...
12 September 2007

Gillespie Grabs Record As New Zealand Canter To Win

Kenya's lack of experience of Twenty20 cricket cost them dear as they were bowled out for just 73 and were soundly beaten in their opening World Cup...
12 September 2007

Gayle Force Not Enough For West Indies

Chris Gayle hit a spellbinding 117 from 57 balls, but it wasn't enough as South Africa opened the Twenty20 World Cup with an eight-wicket win in Johannesburg.
11 September 2007

Ramnaresh Sarwan: You Have To Be Flexible

West Indies captain Ramnaresh Sarwan sees flexibility and all round depth as the key ingredients to success in the ICC World Twenty20 Championship.
11 September 2007

Let The Games Begin, Says ICC President Ray Mali

With just one day to go before the start of the inaugural ICC World Twenty20 in South Africa, ICC President Ray Mali expressed his excitement at...
10 September 2007

Dhoni Adamant That India Ready For Twenty20 WC

Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has insisted that India are not fatigued after their long tour of England and are ready to attack the inaugural...
10 September 2007

Sohail Tanvir Confirmed As Replacement For Shoaib

The International Cricket Council's (ICC) Technical Committee has confirmed that Sohail Tanvir has been confirmed as the replacement for Pakistan's...
9 September 2007

Australia Beat New Zealand In Twenty20 Warm-Up

World one-day champions Australia survived an early wobble to beat New Zealand on the first day of official warm-up matches ahead of the inaugural...
9 September 2007

Australia Hopeful Of Ponting Involvement In World Cup

Australia are hopeful that captain Ricky Ponting, who did not travel out to South Africa with the squad because of a 'family issue', will still play...
4 September 2007

Smith: Bowlers Could Play Big Role In World Cup

South African captain Graeme Smith believes bowlers could hold the key to success in the upcoming Twenty20 World Cup, held in South Africa from...
3 September 2007

ICC World Twenty20 Trophy Unveiled

ICC Chief Executive Officer Malcolm Speed today unveiled the trophy that will be at stake when the ICC World Twenty20 tournament gets underway in...
29 August 2007

Hilfenhaus Given Green Light To Replace Tait

The International Cricket Council's (ICC) Technical Committee has confirmed that Ben Hilfenhaus will be allowed to replace Australia's Shaun Tait...
22 August 2007

Australia Target More Silverware At Twenty20 World Cup

A full-strength Australian squad is gunning to add next month's Twenty20 World Cup in South Africa to its bulging trophy cabinet, batsman Michael...
15 August 2007

ICC Twenty20 World Cup 2007 Officially Unveiled

The International Cricket Council (ICC) and Cricket South Africa (CSA) officially launched the inaugural ICC World Twenty20 South Africa 2007, at...
26 July 2007

ICC Confirm Officials For Twenty20 World Cup

The umpire and match referee appointments for the ICC World Twenty20 tournament South Africa 2007 were announced by the ICC.
26 July 2007

Tickets Still Available For Twenty20 World Cup

The ICC World Twenty20 South Africa 2007 LOC announced that there are still tickets available for the World Twenty20 tournament.
16 July 2007

Few Surprises As Pakistan Name Twenty20 Squad

There were no real surprises as Pakistan named their provisional, 30-man squad for the Twenty20 World Cup in South Africa.
12 July 2007

Twenty20: Whose Game Is It Anyway?

John Pennington looks at two differing views, and two different squads - those of India and England. Is youth or experience the way forward?
11 July 2007


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