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Do you want 115m wind turbines on Kirkby Moor?

I received this message via Windwatch Cumbriaand and am relaying it because there is a possibility that you may also wish to object to this windfarm. 210 more words

Letters

The eleven of CWC !

The ICC cricket World Cup threw up many scintillating performances both with the bat and the ball. Some lovely seaming deliveries with the new ball, power hitting in the death overs, reverse swinging balls aimed at the block hole, sensible old fashioned batting from top quality players. 1,061 more words

Cricket

Injured Starc to miss start of the IPL

A knee niggle will keep left-arm fast bowler Mitchell Starc out of the start of the IPL 2015. He will remain in Australia for “two-three weeks” of recuperation before joining Royal Challengers Bangalore, with whom he had debuted last season… 207 more words

Australia

Best and Worst from the Cricket World Cup 

After what seems like months of action, the 2015 Cricket World Cup is finally over, with Michael Clarke’s team in Gold* taking the spoils at the MCG after an emphatic victory against New Zealand. 847 more words

Cricket

One to Watch at the World Cup: No.4 - Mitchell Starc

My latest player to watch comes from the side that I’m backing to go all the way and claim the World Cup trophy.

Mitchell Starc has enjoyed a superb return to form over the past few months, and is now seen as one of the most in-form bowlers in ODI cricket. 476 more words

2015 Challenge

Australia to enter ICC Cricket World Cup in top spot in ODI rankings

Australia will enter ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 in pole position in the latest Reliance ICC ODI Team Rankings which were released on Monday following its 112-run tri-series final victory over England in Perth on Sunday. 1,207 more words

AUSTRALIA

Positives for England

Both Australia and England began their final preparations for the World Cup this Friday at the SCG, and it was nice to see the tri-series back on the Australian cricketing calendar, but this event is only serving as a competitive warm up for the ‘big three’ sides involved. 775 more words

2015 Challenge