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Australia’s Indigenous cricket team picks up three wins with two losses

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Cricket Australia's National Indigenous Development Squad, who have completed a 14 days tour of India as a part of the Aus Fest, will take home more than just the experience of playing here.

Playing their last match of the tour against the MIG Cricket Club last week, the Australian side looked comfortable not only in the hot and humid weather but also against the spinners. Of the...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 03 November 2012 10:39

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Fight of the century

geale and_mundine_face_offAnthony Mundine has vowed to "exterminate" Daniel Geale when the two meet in their much anticipated re-match in January.

Geale and Mundine finally agreed to a re-match with Geale agreeing to at least put his IBF world middleweight title on the line. The two camps are still discussing whether Geale's other world title, the WBA title, will also be included.

The much...

 

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Last Updated on Saturday, 27 October 2012 12:05

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