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    Fundamental rules of Twenty20 cricket

    The basic rules of Twenty20 cricket are identical to a One day International match.

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    ICC Awards

    The ICC Awards were founded by the International Cricket Council in 2004.

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    AQB Sports Ratings

    History The AQB sports ratings rate sports teams in comparison to each other using a mathematical system.

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    Allan Border Medal

    History Named after former Australian Captain the Allan Border Medal is one of the most prestigious and the highest individual honor in Australian cricket.

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    Ichiro In The News

    Friday, September 26, 2008 – Whatever happened to newspapers, TV news, and web news sites reporting news, rather than trying to make their own news? Unfortunately, ever since sports became “big business” (within the last twenty years or so) media outlets do their best to make news, manipulate news, be the news.

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    Athletes need a reality check

    The United States is currently in a financial crisis.

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    WNBA Eastern Conference Finals - Game One

    Friday, September 26, 2008– On Thursday, the Western Conference finals got underway, with the Los Angeles Sparks defeating the San Antonio Silver Stars in the first game of their three game series.

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    WNBA Western Conference finals - Game 1

    Friday, September 26, 2008 – On Thursday, the Los Angeles Sparks and the San Antonio Silver Stars played game 1 of the 2-out-of-3 Western conference finals.

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    Watson hopes IPL experience earns selection

    Shane Watson, the all-rounder from Australia, was the Player of the Series in the Indian Premier League during the past season.

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    Evolution of Cricket

    The Origin Cricket is said to have originated in the 16th century among the farmers and metal workers community in the Weald area close to Kent and Sussex in England as a game played by children.

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