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England VI beaten in semi

England VI beaten in semi

England Visually Impaired missed out on a place in the final of the inaugural World Twenty20 with a nine-wicket last-four loss to unbeaten Pakistan.

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Martin buoyed by England progress

Martin buoyed by England progress

Chris Devine

England’s Visually Impaired team are “on a bit of a roll” as they head into the World T20 semi-final against Pakistan, according to Ian Martin, the ECB’s head of disability cricket.

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England VI storm into semi-finals

England VI storm into semi-finals

England Visually Impaired secured a semi-final berth at the inauguaral World Twenty20 with a convincing seven-wicket win over West Indies.

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VI edge towards last-four berth

VI edge towards last-four berth

England Visually Impaired are just one victory away from reaching the semi-finals of the inaugural World T20 following a triumph over Australia.

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All-round Andy powers VI

All-round Andy powers VI

England Visually Impaired made it two wins in their last two World Twenty20 encounters, cruising past Nepal by 10 wickets. Andy Powers took a wicket and struck 77 not out.

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VI break their duck

VI break their duck

England Visually Impaired picked up their first victory of the inaugural World Twenty20 on the back of Matt Dean’s quite sensational 139 not out against South Africa.

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England narrowly beaten

England narrowly beaten

England Visually Impaired were still seeking their first win of the T20 World Cup for VI Cricketers after a 13-run defeat to Sri Lanka at Nelamangala near Bangalore. Matt Dean top-scored for England with 68.

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Rain denies England

Rain denies England

England Visually Impaired’s third game of the T20 World Cup for VI Cricketers in Bangalore, versus Bangladesh, was washed out.

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Sugg excited by VI World Twenty20

Sugg excited by VI World Twenty20

England Visually Impaired may have lost their first two games in the first-ever World Twenty20, but skipper Luke Sugg will be remaining upbeat.

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Top two too good for England

Top two too good for England

England Visually Impaired suffered two losses from two at the start of their campaign in the T20 World Cup for VI Cricketers, following defeat to Pakistan with another to India in Bangalore.

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