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Trans-Tasman Twenty20 Tri-Series triumph for Australia

Australia 5 for 161 (Maxwell 103*, Short 30, Willey 3-28) beat England 9 for 155 (Malan 50, Maxwell 3-10, Agar 2-15) by 5 wickets

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Whitewash denied at Australia Day

Australia 197 for 7 (Head 96, Rashid 3-49) beat England 196 (Woakes 78, Cummins 4-24, Tye 3-33, Hazlewood 3-39) by three wickets

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Sporting events coming up in Manchester

Back in Manchester and need a sport fix? Well look no further

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Ashes Preview

Come on lads, make Jim Jeffries cry

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Lessons from Western Australia

England 349 for 6 dec (Stoneman 85, Vince 82, Hardie 2-46) drew with Western Australia 342 (Philippe 88, Hinchliffe 75, Anderson 4-27, Overton 2-70)

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West Indies in Lancashire, a home far from home

Arthur Salisbury looks back at the West Indies cricketers who made a name for themselves in Manchester’s satellite towns

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Team Manchester Retain ECB City Cup

The Red Rose county’s entry in to the ECB City Cup competition ran out victorious

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Bairstow inspires England to Old Trafford victory

It was a routine win over the West Indies.

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Day One: Lancashire vs. Yorkshire

Here’s a brief look back to the history of this special meeting, and in the present day, it’s advantage Red Rose as Lancashire face Yorkshire in county cricket

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Alastair Cook and the end of an era

With the retiring of Alastair Cook, Guy Williams has a look at the record-breaking England cricketer

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University of Manchester’s Women’s Cricket Club on the rise

We take a look at a small University of Manchester women’s sports team with big ambitions

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Why Virat Kohli is already better than Sachin Tendulkar

At just 28, Virat Kohli is writing his name in cricketing folklaw