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Australia beating defending champions India   Sydney: Michael Clarke's men posted a total of 328-7 , largely thanks to Steven Smith's century, with India only able to muster 233 all out in reply   Holders India crush rivals Pakistan   Virat Kohli compiled a composed hundred to help defending champions India begin the World Cup with a 76-run victory over fierce rivals Pakis... Tributes for Hughes at first Test   Australia are playing India in the first Test in Adelaide - in an emotion-charged game following the death of Phillip Hughes Hughes funeral held in Australia  Sydney: Batsman Hughes died aged 25 after being hit on the neck by a ball on 25 November 'Weeping' Australia mourns Hughes  The death of Phillip Hughes has left a country weeping and has 'changed cricket forever' - according to former Australian batsman Michael Slater Australia batsman Phil Hughes dies
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B. 2018-03-31 Cricket's ball-tampering Australia
2. 2015-04-09 Cricket legend & commentator dies at 84 Sydney
2015-03-29 Cricket World Cup: Australia crush New Zealand in final
E. 2015-03-26 Australia beating defending champions India Cricket Ground, Sydney
F. 2015-02-15 Holders India crush rivals Pakistan Adelaide Oval, Adelaide, Australia
6. 2014-12-08 Tributes for Hughes at first Test Adelaide, Australia
7. 2014-12-02 Hughes funeral held in Australia Sydney
8. 2014-11-27 'Weeping' Australia mourns Hughes Australia

Rampant England humiliate old enemy Australia Map of Trent Bridge Nottingham United Kingdom  Northern England: Australia's cricketers suffered the ignominy of being bowled out for 60 runs in just over 90 minutes on the opening morning of the 4th Ashes Test Cricket legend & commentator dies at 84  Sydney: A pioneering leg-spin bowler, Benaud played in 63 Tests, 28 as captain, before retiring in 1964 to pursue a career in journalism and broadca... Cricket World Cup: Australia crush New Zealand in final Map of Melbourne Cricket Ground Australia
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Mar. 31
  Australia coach Darren Lehmann to step down after ball-tampering scandal

year 2015 Top ^

  Melbourne: Australia overwhelmed New Zealand to win the World Cup for a fifth time at an ecstatic Melbourne Cricket Ground


year 2014 Top ^

  Sydney: Australia Test batsman Phil Hughes has died in hospital, two days after being hit on the head by a ball
Nov.25 Australia's Phil Hughes 'critical' after being hit by cricket ball   Sydney: The 25-year-old South Australia batsman collapsed after he was struck by a 'bouncer' from New South Wales bowler Sean Abbott

year 2013 Top ^

Dec.16 Australia regain Ashes in Perth. Western Australia

year 2012 Top ^

Dec.29 Cricket 'revolutionary' Greig passes away
Jan.15 Australia secure series win over India. Western Australia

year 2011 Top ^

Dec.27 Tendulkar falls short again
. Melbourne Mar.19 Pakistan end Australia's run. Sri Lanka Jan.6 England snags Ashes trophy. Sydney

year 2010 Top ^

Dec.28 England retain Ashes
. Melbourne May.16 England shock Australia in 20/20 final. Barbados

year 2009 Top ^

Oct.5 Australia retain Champions Trophy
Map of Centurion South Africa   South Africa: Watson's second hundred in a week sealed Trophy glory for defending champions as they clinched a six-wicket win over New Zealand in the final Oct.3 New Zealand join Australia in final

year 2008 Top ^

Jan.26 Legend Gilchrist to retire
Jan.8 Cricket tour on despite race row  Cricket's ruling body stepped to rescue a test series between India and Australia which has been plagued by allegations of racism

year 2007 Top ^

May.12 Aussies pull out of Zimbabwe tour  Prime Minister Howard has ordered the country's cricket team to pull out of a planned tour later this year Apr.28   Australia won 4th Cup over Sri Lanka
Map of Barbados
   Barbados: Australia lifted the cricket World Cup trophy for a 3rd successive time after claiming a 53-run victory in farcial ending to a rain-shortened final.    Gilchrist smashed 149, the highest i...
Apr.25 Aussies in final with crushing win    Saint Lucia: World champions dismissed a feeble S. Africa challenge with a 7-wicket victory

year 2006 Top ^

Dec.17 Aussies regain Ashes from England   Western Australia: Australia bowled out England for 350 to seal a 206-run victory in the third test in Perth Aug.25 ICC reveals Hair 'quit' proposal  Darrell Hair offered to resign in exchange for $500,000

year 2005 Top ^

Nov.25 Lara secures new Test runs record  West Indies batsman has become the leading Test runscorer of all time, passing the 11,174 mark set by Border Sep.12 England take Ashes after Oval draw  Kevin Pietersen scored an outrageous maiden Test century at The Oval to ensure a draw on the last day

year 2003 Top ^

Mar.23 Australia retained cricket World Cup
   South Africa: Australia win with a 125-run over India. Ponting scored an unbeaten 140 off 121 as Australia compiled 359 for 2
Mar.18   Rampant Australia through to final   South Africa: World Cup. Australia: 212-7 (50 overs) beat Sri Lanka 123-7 (38.1 overs) by 48 runs (D-L method) Feb.3 Fans warned to avoid Zimbabwe clashes
Jan.6 Australia wins Ashes series 4-1. Sydney

year 2002 Top ^

Jan.5 Australia cleansweeps over S. Africa
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year 2001 Top ^

Aug.27 Australia retains the Ashes
  England: Australians wins 4-1. Warne took a match-haul of 11-229

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