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Australia edge to series sweep

Australia edge to series sweep

Australia Visually Impaired cricket team snuck a thrilling two-wicket win at Warwick School to whitewash England in the one-day series.

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Australia edge to series sweep

Australia edge to series sweep

Australia Visually Impaired cricket team snuck a thrilling two-wicket win at Warwick School to whitewash England in the one-day series.

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Sugg ton not enough for England

Sugg ton not enough for England

Luke Sugg and Andy Powers hit centuries for England Visually Impaired cricket team but Australia chased down a revised target for an eight-wicket win to claim the series.

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Australia overcome super Powers

Australia overcome super Powers

Andy Powers’ wonderful 118 proved in vain as England’s Visually Impaired team suffered a 76-run defeat at the hands of Australia in the first one-day international of three at Malvern College.

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Anderson delighted with accolade

Anderson delighted with accolade

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Seamer James Anderson has spoken of his pride after being named England Cricketer of the Year for 2011-12.

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Anderson named Cricketer of the Year

Anderson named Cricketer of the Year

James Anderson and Charlotte Edwards have been named as the England Men’s and Women’s Cricketer of the Year for 2011-12.

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Summer schedule confirmed

Summer schedule confirmed

This summer's international disability fixtures have been announced with the Blind Ashes the highlight of a busy schedule.

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Hammond rewarded for bumper summer

Hammond rewarded for bumper summer

Sixteen year old Hampshire cricketer Alex Hammond has made the final three of the Sport Hampshire and Isle of Wight Junior Disability Sportsperson of the Year award.

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Royal appointment for Levick

Royal appointment for Levick

Disability cricket champion Jeff Levick said collecting his MBE from the Queen at Windsor Castle was an unforgettable day.

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Martin eyes universal classification structure

Martin eyes universal classification structure

A structure to classify physical disability within cricket is the next requirement to take the game forward after the success of the Pakistan versus England series, according to ECB national disability cricket manager Ian Martin.

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