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Thursday, February 26, 2015
After a four-wicket victory over a more-fancied West Indies to open its Cricket World Cup campaign, Ireland was aiming for second win over a team it was favored to beat.
Wednesday, February 25, 2015
Chris Gayle bludgeoned his way into the World Cup records with his 215 containing 16 sixes and his 372-run partnership with Marlon Samuels (133 not out) to lift West Indies to 372-2 against Zimbabwe in a Pool B match on Tuesday.
Gayle smashes records, lifts West Indies to 372-2
Aussies, Kiwis fight for Chappell-Hadlee cup
Australia and New Zealand will not only vie for top spot in Pool A of the World Cup when they clash in Auckland on Saturday, but the winner will also lift the Chappell-Hadlee trophy, it was announced Tuesday.
Tuesday, February 24, 2015
In the normal course of events an England cricket win over Scotland wouldn't be a feat of great significance. In its context Monday, however, achieved with its form and confidence at a low ebb, England's 119-run Cricket World Cup win over Scotland was something the squad could embrace and celebrate.
Monday, February 23, 2015
Sri Lanka struggles to beat Afghanistan
Afghanistan threatened to produce a shock victory over Sri Lanka at the Cricket World Cup on Sunday before the favorites dug themselves out of deep trouble in the run chase and pulled off a four-wicket win.
Sunday, February 22, 2015
The residual effect of a strong cyclone was making its presence felt at the World Cup on Saturday, with heavy rain delaying the start of Australia's Pool A match against Bangladesh in Brisbane.
Saturday, February 21, 2015
NZ thrash England while cyclone looms
A bit of weather role reversal was creating opposite vibes for the co-hosts of the Cricket World Cup on Friday.
Friday, February 20, 2015
Controversy-hit samba school claims its 13th title at the famed Rio carnival title
A Brazilian samba school shrugged off a controversy over alleged funding by an African strongman president and went on to claim its 13th win at the Rio Carnival championship on Wednesday.
Zimbabwe beat UAE by four wickets at Cricket World Cup
Cricket part-timers the United Arab Emirates made a bold return to the World Cup after almost 20 years Thursday, fully stretching Zimbabwe before losing by four wickets in a tight-finishing Pool B match.
Gong finally takes gold after years of hurt
China's Gong Jinjie finally ended years of near misses by partnering Zhong Tianshi to World Track Cycling Championship gold in the women's team sprint on Wednesday.
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