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Former England bowler Harmison becomes football coach

ASHINGTON, England (AP) Former England cricketer Steve Harmison has been hired as the new manager of his hometown football team that plays in the ninth tier of the English game. Ashington, located near Newcastle in the north of the country, said Sunday on its website that the 36-year-old Harmison has been appointed with immediate effect as part of a three-man coaching team that...
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February 08, 2015  |  Discuss

Australian cricket player dies from head injuries

Australian cricket star Phil Hughes, who suffered a head injury during a Sheffield Shield game at Sydney Cricket Ground on Tuesday, has died.The 25-year old cricketer collapsed face first on the ground after being hit by a ball thrown by bowler Sean Abbott. Hughes was stretchered off the pitch before being put in a medically-induced coma at the hospital.Australia team doctor Peter...
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November 27, 2014  |  Discuss

WATCH: Trent Boult makes greatest cricket catch ever

Trent Boult pulled off an incredible catch in New Zealand's second T20 match against the West Indies on Sunday, stepping over the boundary to grab the ball one-handed, flip it in the air and dive back in to snatch it again to take the wicket of Kieron Pollard.For all us baseball snobs who wouldn't know a wicked googly from a naughty search engine, many cricket fans are calling this...
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July 08, 2014  |  Discuss

Stuart Clark to Promote SOS Children’s Villages On Track

Milton Racer to Debut in Canadian Touring Car Championship   Milton, Ontario (May 13, 2014) – Stuart Clark’s rookie season competing in the 2014 Canadian Touring Car Championship (CTCC) will see the Milton-based racer use the spotlight to raise awareness of SOS Children’s Villages Canada – a charity that works with orphaned and abandoned children, best known through its...
Via On Pit Road
May 14, 2014  |  Discuss

Ponting under par at New Zealand Open

Former Australia cricket captain Ricky Ponting used to win attention in New Zealand for his high scores, but it was his low score at the New Zealand Golf Open that caught the eye on Thursday. Ponting had six birdies in a combined 7-under par opening round of 65 with playing partner Tony Popovic in the pro-am, best ball section of the tournament. Ponting and Popovic were still five...
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February 27, 2014  |  Discuss

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