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Pacer Neil Wagner becomes 8th New Zealander to 150 Test wickets

Left-arm paceman Neil Wagner became the eighth New Zealand bowler to complete 150 Test wickets on the second day of the opening Test against Pakistan in Abu Dhabi on Saturday. The 32-year-old..
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BCCI not happy with Virat Kohli's rebuke of fan

India cricket captain Virat Kohli's "leave India" rebuke to a fan on Wednesday has not gone down well with the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI). While Kohli is known to be an outspoken..
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World's Greatest Fast Bowlers Bring Cricket To Streets Of London [Video]World's Greatest Fast Bowlers Bring Cricket To Streets Of London  02:34

Six of the world's greatest living fast bowlers brought cricket to youngsters in Lambeth today when The Lord's Taverners staged a special Street Elite coaching session with pupils from Archbishop..

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Cricket Video News - On This Day - 13th November - Cricket World TV - Waqar, Hadlee, Tendulkar [Video]Cricket Video News - On This Day - 13th November - Cricket World TV - Waqar, Hadlee, Tendulkar  01:28

Cricket TV from http://www.cricketworld.com - a cricket video for Cricket World TV about cricket news today in cricket history and a look back at cricket history being made on this day, from..

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New Zealand great Richard Hadlee to undergo second cancer surgery

67-year-old Hadlee had surgery last month for bowel cancer.
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Cricket-Second cancer surgery for New Zealand great Hadlee

New Zealand bowling great Richard Hadlee is to undergo another operation after tests showed a secondary cancer was found in his liver, his wife said on Monday.
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Sir Richard Hadlee undergoes surgery to treat bowel cancer


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Cricket-New Zealand bowling great Hadlee has cancer surgery

WELLINGTON, June 13 (Reuters) - New Zealand's leading test wicket taker Richard Hadlee has had surgery for bowel cancer and will have follow-up chemotherapy treatment, his family said on Wednesday.
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Kevin Pietersen highlights importance of Test cricket in stirring MAK Pataudi lecture

His life was shattered by a match-fixing scandal and his death remains a subject of conspiracy theories but former South Africa captain Hansie Cronje was remembered fondly by Kevin Pietersen when he..
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Afghans are hungry tigers, can't take them lightly: Anshuman Gaekwad

Former India opening batsman and coach, Anshuman Gaekwad, recipient of Board of Control for Cricket in India's (BCCI) Lifetime Achievement Award at its annual awards ceremony in Bengaluru on Tuesday,..
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Trent Boult bags Sir Richard Hadlee Medal

Sophie Devine swept the player of the year award for both ODIs and T20Is
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Summer Rays will need to be at her best to win Mayor's Trophy

summer rays will need to be at her best to win mayor's trophy
The Mayor's Trophy is the prime event of a seven-race card slated for Thursday evening at the Mahalaxmi racetrack. By the virtue of being the sole three-year-old in the fray, the Imtiaz Sait-trained..
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Ashwin is currently the best spinner, says Murali

Sri Lankan spin legend Muttiah Muralitharan feels Indias Ravichandran Ashwin is presently the best spinner in the world and his achievements with the ball are a testimony to his greatness. Ashwin on..
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Richard Hadlee steps down as NZC director

Wellington [New Zealand], September 1 : Cricket great Sir Richard Hadlee has stepped down from the post of director of the New Zealand Cricket Board after a successful four-year term in office.
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Richard Hadlee parts ways with New Zealand’s cricket board

Due to a rotational policy implemented by the board, one of the two directors had to step down and Hadlee took the decision on behalf of the two-member panel.
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ENG vs SA: Moeen Ali becomes first cricketer ever with 250 runs and 25 wickets in a four-match Test series

Now going on the list of four-match series, Ali stands alongside former Kiwi paceman Richard Hadlee. They are the only two players to score more 250 runs and take 20 wickets in a four-match series...
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