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ODI Cricket World Cup is Over - Finally

Finally the cricket One Day International (ODI) World Cup is over. Congrats to the victors Austraila who crushed their fellow co-hosts New Zealand in the final on Sunday.  732 more words

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Looking Ahead

Although the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup is now in the rearview, there is plenty of exciting international cricket in the coming months ahead.

One tour on the calendar this month that is of great excitement to… 219 more words

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Australia Dedicates Cricket World Cup Win to Late Teammate

Australia captain Michael Clarke dedicated his team’s Cricket World Cup victory to the memory of teammate Phillip Hughes, who was killed during a match in November. 148 more words

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Sport: ICC Cricket World Cup 2015

I greatly enjoyed following along during the pool matches and then watching the knock-out matches of this years’ Cricket World Cup. And so awesome to see both of the host teams in the final, and the Aussies come out victorious in the tournament! 20 more words

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ODI Glory

Great win for the Aussies and a fitting departure for Michael Clarke who I have always respected but never particularly liked. At the end of the day, the Kiwis just had nothing to match the arsenal arrayed against them and Australia’s dominance in the field was once again critical to the win. 26 more words

10 Reasons To Remember The ICC Cricket World Cup 2015

We have talked a lot about how the things went last time. For the first time we had a final of the hosts, one of them had been winning matches at their home soil while the other knocked the defending champions out of the tournament and eventually went on to lift the trophy. 1,488 more words

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The Summer of Steve Smith

Much has been made over the course of the 2015 ICC World Cup about the performances by AB de Villiers, Martin Guptill, and Kumar Sangakarra.  And rightfully so, all three have been spectacular to watch as they’ve lifted their teams with magic at the crease.   238 more words

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