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McGlashan sets up NZ-Oz final

Sara McGlashan saw New Zealand into the final of the women’s World Twenty20 against arch-rivals Australia as her superb innings of 84 set up a 56-run over the West Indies here on Friday.

Still can’t believe it, says Waqar

Pakistan coach Waqar Younis said he still “couldn’t believe it” after the defending champions lost a thrilling World Twenty20 semifinal to Australia in a game they’d all but won.

Not far off Oz: Collingwood

Australia may have been the team to beat at the World Twenty20 but England captain Paul Collingwood is confident his side can stay with them should their old rivals reach the final.

Indian women falter at penultimate hurdle


Australia captain Alex Blackwell led from the front as her side advanced into the women’s World Twenty20 final with a seven-wicket win over India here on Thursday.

We’re to blame, says Sangakkara

Sri Lanka captain Kumar Sangakkara said the team had no-one else to blame but themselves after a seven-wicket World Twenty20 semifinal loss to England here on Thursday.

English brigade charges into final


England shaded Sri Lanka in all departments of the game to emerge winners by seven wickets in the first semifinal of the ICC World T20 Championship here on Thursday with 24 balls to spare.

Team India in pub brawl with fans?

The Indian cricket team’s troubles haven’t ended with their crashing out of the Twenty20 World Cup, with some reports suggesting that a few of the players were involved in a pub brawl here, even though Yuvraj Singh dismissed these claims.

Oz ready to prove doubters wrong

Australia captain Michael Clarke believes his side have proved their critics back home wrong by reaching the semifinals of the tournament. But the batsman insisted reaching the last-four would not satisfy either him or his teammates.

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