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March 25, 2003

Muslims and Jews alike have complained of a wave of harassment and abuse in Australia since the US-led invasion of Iraq ...
March 26, 2003

Sourav Ganguly said Australia were not invincible and contended that his team suffered as the 'excited Indian youngsters ...
March 21, 2003

An Australian team batting at three quarter potential swept aside SriLanka to make it into third successive World Cup fi ...
March 24, 2003

Sourav Ganguly said his much-vaunted pace trio's inability to find the right length had cost India a chance of winning t ...
March 21, 2003

Australia's middle-order batsman Damien Martyn remains doubtful for Sunday's World Cup final despite making steady progr ...
January 24, 2003

Giles began his career as a fast bowler but was forced to turn to spin due to a back injury and he is now regarded as En ...
March 26, 2003

Shane Warne will receive up to $9,000 in prizemoney from Australia's cricket World Cup victory, despite not playing a si ...
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January 31, 2003

Australia has a great chance of successfully defending its World Cup crown if Shane Warne and Glenn McGrath are fully fi ...
March 22, 2003

India have recent history on their side when they attempt to end Australia's 16-match winning streak in Sunday's World C ...
January 12, 2006

Mohammed Asif, with an action similar to Shoaib Akthar, first made his debut against Australia at Sydney in January 2005
May 19, 2004

Born in Papua New Guinea to Welsh parents, Jones grew up and learned his cricket in Australia before moving to England i ...
January 11, 2004

Symonds could so easily have been lining up in the blue of England, but is instead in the green and gold of Australia.
March 22, 2003

India are better cricketers than Australia, former India captain and coach Kapil Dev said on the eve of the World Cup fi ...
March 22, 2003

Key duels to look for during the World Cup final between Australia and India at the Wanderers here on Sunday:
September 7, 2006

Mitchell Johnson is Australia's most exciting fast-bowling prospect since Brett Lee first dyed his roots.
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