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Rob Barnett
1st March 2014
South Africa won their first Under-19 World Cup, comfortably overhauling Pakistan’s lowly 131 at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium.
Rob Barnett
1st March 2014
David Warner’s seventh format century and a dogged fifty from Michael Clarke justified the latter’s decision to bat first in the deciding Test with top-ranked South Africa at Cape Town.
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1st March 2014
Afghanistan claimed their first win over a full member nation, beating tournament hosts Bangladesh by 32 runs at Fatullah in the Asia Cup.
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28th February 2014
Kumar Sangakkara’s 17th one-day international hundred inspired Sri Lanka to their second Asia Cup win as they beat India by two wickets.
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28th February 2014
Heather Knight, England Women’s opening batter and double Ashes winner, spent a whirlwind three days in Rwanda as an ambassador for a Rwandan cricket charity, coaching cricket and exploring the capital Kigali and its surroundings.
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27th February 2014
Pakistan got off the mark in the Asia Cup with a 72-run bonus-point win over Afghanistan in Fatullah.
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27th February 2014
Shadman Islam and Litton Das starred with the bat as Bangladesh beat New Zealand by 77 runs to secure the Plate Championship at the Under-19 World Cup.
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26th February 2014
Virat Kohli ensured India made a winning start to their Asia Cup campaign as he struck yet another one-day international century, this one against tournament hosts Bangladesh in Fatullah.
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26th February 2014
Kagiso Rabada tore through Australia to ensure South Africa will face Pakistan in the final of the Under-19 World Cup courtesy of an 80-run victory.
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25th February 2014
Lahiru Thirimanne and Lasith Malinga were the stars of the show as Sri Lanka edged to an exciting 12-run victory over Pakistan at Fatullah in the opening match of the Asia Cup.