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After spending the last 12 weeks being battered and bruised at the hands of Australia, Stuart Broad could be forgiven for wishing he was already back at home.

Strewth hurts Clint McKay takes a wicket but Darren Bravo (r) made 86

Shane Watson puts lesser known Australians in the shade

West Indies 256-9 Australia 259-6 (Australia win by 4 wickets): All-rounder bounces back from 'career low' in India to show his quality ahead of The Ashes

Lancashire batsman Jordan Clark joins the six sixes elite

Lancashire batsman Jordan Clark has become the fifth player in professional cricket to hit six sixes in one over. Clark, 22, achieved the feat in a second XI game against Yorkshire at Scarborough.

Two men charged over Barbados shootings

Two men have been charged in connection with the shooting of a British couple on holiday in Barbados, local police said.

Leigh McMillan wins Extreme Sailing Series regatta in Oman

An “exceptional day” and an exceptional final, double points scoring race gave British Olympian Leigh McMillan and his local The Wave team a last gasp win in the opening regatta of the 2013 Extreme Sailing Series in Oman.

Sir Ian Botham has been in town this week

On the Front Foot: How cricket especially likes to keep things in the family

When Hamish Rutherford steps out for New Zealand at Dunedin on Wednesday he will be the 47th player whose father also played Test cricket. The game has a long tradition of keeping it in the family that shows no sign of fading.

Jack Pitt-Brooke: Breakfast cricket without the necessary caffeine hit

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Australia beat West Indies to claim Women's World Cup title

Ellyse Perry inspired Australia to a convincing 114-run win in the Women's World Cup final in Mumbai today.

Australia will face the West Indies again in Sunday’s final

Have Australia fallen to most shameful collapse?

In the history of Australian batting collapses Wednesday's will go down as one of their worst – but they may not be shedding too many tears.

England cling to final chance in Women's T20 World Cup

At the women's T20 World Cup in India, West Indies defeated New Zealand by 48 runs yesterday.

Erin Osborne of Australia celebrates the wicket of Anya Shrubsole

England lose to Australia by just two runs at the Women's Cricket World Cup

Australia 147 England 145 (Australia win by three runs)

International Space Station photograph captures giant 'underwater' wave spread over hundreds of miles in the Caribbean Sea

Image was captured from the International Space Station

England women advance to Super Six stage of the cricket World Cup

England beat West Indies to advance

James Moore: Antigua's copyright comeback at Uncle Sam

Outlook Coming soon to a home cinema system near you: The World Trade Organisation (WTO) presents "The Online Poker Punch-Up" produced and directed by the Government of Antigua. Copyright? There is no copyright any more! Available for $1 at www.get-hollywood-for-nearly-nothing.com.

Alastair Cook has enjoyed an incredible year in Test cricket

Magical memories of 2012 - Cricket: 'A sweep for three and Cook had broken a 73-year-old landmark'

6 December: Alastair Cook breaks England century record

Two British women raped on Barbados have begun an extraordinary campaign to help clear the man accused of the attacks

'Wrong man' accused of Barbados rapes, say British victims at court hearing

Two British women who were raped in Barbados say the man charged with attacking them has been wrongly accused after meeting him at a court hearing.

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