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Australia down NZ in T20 final

Australia�s bowlers avenged that pasting as they tore through New Zealand�s middle order, led by spinner Ashton Agar�s career-best T20 figures of three for 27.

Ashwin, Gibbs involved in Twitter spat

Replying to Ashwin, who is not among the fastest on the field in the current Indian set up, Gibbs jokingly tweeted: �Hopefully you will be able to run a bit faster now Ashwin.

Goalpara register win

 GUWAHATI, Feb 18 - Goalpara registered a five wicket victory against Lakhimpur in their match of the 10th Veteran Inter District T-20 Cricket Tournament in memory of Madhurjya Prasad Barooah and Badan Chandra Saikia at the DN Singha Stadium in Goalpara today.

Raina in focus as India aim to maintain winning run

The defeat in the Test series now seems to be a story of a distant past and India will begin as overwhelming favourites with spin twins Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal ready to torment the opposition all over again.

Guwahati team for veteran ID cricket named

 GUWAHATI, Feb 14 - The Guwahati team for the 10th Veteran Inter District Cricket Tournament for the Madhurjya Prasad Barooah and Badan Chandra Saikia Trophy has been named by the Guwahati chapter of the Veteran Cricket Association of Assam (VCAA).

SA showed a lot of character and deserved to win: Kohli

�In hindsight you have to give credit to South Africa.

The region has been growing well in sports: Barthakur

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ACA congratulates U-19 team

 GUWAHATI, Feb 3 - The Members of the Assam Cricket Association congratulated the India U-19 team for winning the ICC U-19 World Cup defeating formidable Australia by eight wickets.

South Point win GSA school cricket title

The South Point batsmen took just 11.4 overs to smack 93 losing two wickets.


Proteas women set to explore depth

Cape Town - Proteas coach Hilton Moreeng has highlighted the importance of increasing the depth in women's cricket as South Africa began preparations for a big year ahead with a camp at the High Performance Centre in Pretoria last week.