29 November 2014

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Cricket: Hafeez to undergo test of bowling action

DUBAI: Pakistani all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez will fly to England for tests on his suspect bowling action, an official said Wednesday.Hafeez’s action was reported during the first Test against New Zealand in Abu Dhabi last week.Under International Cricket Council (ICC) rules for dealing with suspect actions, a bowler must undergo a bio-mechanical test in an accredited laboratory within 21 days of being reported.Pakistan team manager Moin Khan said Hafeez would undergo testing in

Finch, Smith spearhead Aussies to big win over South Africa

Finch, Smith spearhead Aussies to big win over South AfricaCANBERRA: Australia cruised to a 73-run victory over South Africa in their third one-day international on Wednesday on the back of big-hitting innings by Aaron Finch and Steve Smith.Opener Finch cracked 109 off 127 balls and Smith hit a swashbuckling unbeaten 73 off 55 balls as Australia amassed a formidable 329 for five off their 50 overs in Canberra.The Proteas were always up against it and were dismissed for 256 in the 45th over, with last man Imran Tahir unable to bat because

Aussie Beale gets thumbs up from fellow bad boy Cooper

Dublin  Australian bad boy Kurtley Beale is a welcome late addition, and not a distraction, to the Wallabies squad on their European tour, claimed their mercurial fly-half Quade Cooper.Beale, who was fined a total of Aus$48,000 ($41,700) for sending an offensive text message to then-Wallabies business manager Di Patston and sanctioned again for being rude and disrespectful to the team management, has not played for Australia since the defeat in Cape Town by South

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