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Mon, 30 Mar 2015 06:57:03 GMT

Dynasty beckons for triumphant Australia
Dark sunglasses were the order of the day for Australia's triumphant cricket team as they paraded the World Cup trophy to hundreds of fans at a public reception after a night of heavy partying at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.








Dynasty beckons for triumphant Australia
Dark sunglasses were the order of the day for Australia's triumphant cricket team as they paraded the World Cup trophy to hundreds of fans at a public reception after a night of heavy partying at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.








Team Australia lauded for World Cup victory
Australia lauded its World Cup winning team for a "fairytale" victory on home soil over NZ, with praise heaped on retiring ODI captain Clarke after a dream farewell.


Team Australia lauded for World Cup victory
Australia lauded its World Cup winning team for a "fairytale" victory on home soil over NZ, with praise heaped on retiring ODI captain Clarke after a dream farewell.








Power reigns supreme at 11th World Cup
The ICC hailed the 11th cricket World Cup the "most popular ever" and although most neutrals would have preferred New Zealand to win Sunday's final, there is no doubt Australia were worthy of their fifth title.








Srinivasan hails World Cup 2015 as most popular ever
Hailing the World Cup 2015 as the most popular in cricket's history, Srinivasan said the event's success has proved that ODI format is in good health.








Kohli has been sensational in Australia: Dravid
Dismissing criticism against Kohli for his early dismissal in the semifinal, Dravid said barring the one blip, the batsman has been sensational Down Under.








No Indian in ICC's World Cup XI led by McCullum
Not a single Indian player found a place in ICC's WC XI, led by McCullum, which was dominated by runners-up New Zealand rather than Australia.








Been one hell of a ride, says Brendon McCullum
"You got to hand it over to the Aussies. They were too good," NZ skipper Brendon McCullum conceded, holding back nothing in his praise for opposition.








Aussie mantra: Don't just beat them, hammer them
Australia hammered New Zealand by seven wickets with 101 balls to spare. It was Australia's fifth World Cup win in 29 years, eight World Cups and 6 finals.








Starc: Our plan of fast yorker for McCullum worked
Not for once did Australia budge. As the World Cup reached the business end, they stuck to the five-pacer theory and that's what won them the event in the end.








Srinivasan defends decision to curtail next World Cup
The ICC chairman came down to take stock of the media facilities and said how he was looking at what role the Associate nations would play in world cricket in the future.








World Cup 2015: Grant Elliott joins a select 50-plus band
Elliott became fifth batsman after Brearley (1979), Boon (1987), Miandad (1992) and Aravinda (1996) to score consecutive 50s in the WC semis and final.








World Cup 2015: It's for little brother Phil Hughes, says Clarke
"I had spoken to Phil Hughes' family and I knew they were watching. We had to win this for him," Australian skipper Clarke said after winning the ICC World Cup.








Australia crush New Zealand to win 2015 World Cup
Wiping out the 23-year-old ignominy of bowing out in a World Cup played on their home soil for the first time in 1992, Australia made up for it at their beloved ground on Sunday , beating New Zealand by seven wickets.








Australia crush New Zealand to win 2015 World Cup
Wiping out the 23-year-old ignominy of bowing out in a World Cup played on their home soil for the first time in 1992, Australia made up for it at their beloved ground on Sunday , beating New Zealand by seven wickets.


Gujarat beat Saurashtra to enter Super League
Gujarat cricketers once again proved their worth when they came up with a stupendous show in a do-or-die battle.








Gujarat beat Saurashtra to enter Super League
Gujarat cricketers once again proved their worth when they came up with a stupendous show in a do-or-die battle.


A big burden off my head, says Saina after winning India Open
Relieved to clinch her maiden India Open Super Series title, Saina Nehwal says it is a huge burden off her head as she has always struggled to win this tournament.








A big burden off my head, says Saina after winning India Open
Relieved to clinch her maiden India Open Super Series title, Saina Nehwal says it is a huge burden off her head as she has always struggled to win this tournament.













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