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In the ultimate act of desperation, a Sydney man has muted the volume on his television and turned on his radio while watching the first Test match between Australia and New Zealand at the Gabba. Kevin Read, 44, of Dulwich Hill, made the adjustment after becoming frustrated by Channel 9 commentators Bill Lawry and Tony…

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Thousands of jubilant Libyans are dancing in the streets to the news that Muammar Gaddafi has been killed in his hometown of Sirte. But amid these rapturous scenes of celebration, one Australian legend is pausing to reflect on an icon that, unbeknownst to many, changed the face of modern cricket. Former Australian cricketer Dean Jones…

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Sri Lankan middle-order batsman and test centurion Angelo Mathews has hailed his team’s 1-0 series defeat in the Warne-Muralitharan Trophy as one of the most successful moments in Sri Lankan cricket history. And the selfish prick has credited his personal batting coach and mentor, Michael Bevan, for instructing him to “fuck the team off –…

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Medium-pacer Trent Copeland’s delivery has been arrested and charged for going dangerously under the speed limit in Sri Lanka. Colombo police confirmed reports that Copeland’s wily seamers had registered a feeble 110km/hr in a test cricket zone. The speed limit for international cricketers is generally 130km/hr, which put Copeland’s deliveries some 20km/hr under. A police…

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