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August 2019

All posts published in August 2019

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The greatest match of all

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IT was the greatest Ashes innings... and maybe the greatest match ever. This epic series is tied going to Old Trafford next week. KEN PIESSE was at the amazing finish. More »

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US Open Preview: Who Will Win it This Year?

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With the 2019 edition of the US Open inching closer, anticipation for who will be the eventual winners is higher than ever. The sheer talent that will be at the tournament means there are multiple players tipped for Grand Slam glory in New York. Below are just... More »

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Homage for a hero

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ENGLAND showed some true grit to force the Headingley Test into a fourth day but with the second new ball soon due, Australia remains warm favourite to win the match and regain the Ashes, says KEN PIESSE. More »

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Ashes are within our grasp

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AUSTRALIA is just 24 hours from retaining the Ashes after another extraordinary day of Test cricket triggered by the boy from Bendemeer, Josh Hazlewood. KEN PIESSE reports. More »

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Aussie hopes rest on low scores

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AUSTRALIA is hoping the low scores can continue if it is to protect its 1-0 lead after a dramatic opening day’s play on a Headingley seamer, England's new sensation Jofra Archer maintaining his Lord's form with his first five-for in Test cricket. KEN PIESSE ... More »

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Arch enemy is the real deal

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IS Jofra Archer really as good as the English are desperately hoping? It certainly looks like it, says chief writer RON REED, reporting from the new fast bowling hero’s home base. More »

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Archer hasn’t won the war yet

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HE HAS emerged as the most potent weapon England has in the Ashes battle, but Jofra Archer is still a work in progress, says Chief Writer RON REED in London More »

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England produce a lethal weapon

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HISTORIC Lord's was transformed into an old time Roman Coliseum as a Jofra Archer-charged England sought an improbable Sunday afternoon victory at the home of cricket. KEN PIESSE reports. More »