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West Indies batsman Lewis retires hurt with record 176

West Indies batsman Lewis retires hurt with record 176

LONDON, Sept 27 (Reuters) Evin Lewis set a record for a batsman retiring hurt in international cricket with a swaggering 176 for West Indies in the fourth ODI against England at The Oval on Wednesday. With his double century in sight, the 25-year-old Trinidadian smashed a Jake Ball full delivery against his ankle off an inside edge in the 46th over and dropped to the ground twisting in agony. He was then wheeled away on a stretcher to a standing ovation. His career-best haul, off 130 balls, included seven sixes and surpassed the previous international record for a retired hurt of 165 set by Australian Charles Bannerman against England in 1877. West Indies ended the innings on 356 for 5 off 50 overs, leaving England a huge total to chase and giving the visitors a chance of remaining in contention to draw the series on Friday. England, who have an unbeatable 2-0 lead after winning the third game by 124 runs in Bristol last Sunday, were without Ben Stokes and Alex Hales after both were involved in a nightclub incident on Monday. Stokes was earlier named in England's Ashes squad for the tour of Australia. REUTERS PS 2152

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Third round delivers competitive series in Women’s World Twenty20

23 Sep 2018 | 9:01 PM

Dubai, Sep 23 (UNI) The latest two series in the third round of the ICC Women’s
Championship delivered closely-fought games and propelled West Indies out of
the bottom half of the table as the teams test their competitive edge with the ICC
Women’s World Twenty20 2018 less than 50 days away.

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Asia Cup : India restrict Pakistan to 237 in Super Four Match

23 Sep 2018 | 8:49 PM

Dubai, Sep 23 (UNI) Shoaib Malik (78) and his captain Sarfraz Ahmed (44), added 107 runs for the fourth wicket which helped Pakistan to score 237 for seven in the Super Eight match of the Asia Cup cricket tournament against India on Sunday.

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23 Sep 2018 | 8:47 PM

The Premier Skills Phase 2 training in Kolkata was led by Premier League Coach Educator Jeremy Weeks, and was supported by UK Club Coaches Jonathan Garside from Everton FC and Dominic Edwards and Rakim Richards both from Tottenham Hotspur FC.

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Football festival with youngsters concludes Premier skills training in Kolkata

23 Sep 2018 | 8:44 PM

Kolkata, Sep 23 (UNI) The Premier Skills Phase 2 training in Kolkata ended with a bright and energetic football festival with 80 children from the city being taught math through football on the ground.

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India to fly China for first time to play a friendly against national side on Oct 13

23 Sep 2018 | 8:06 PM

New Delhi, Sep 23 (UNI) Indian supreme football body on Sunday announced that as part of their preparation for the forthcoming AFC Asian Cup UAE 2019, the Indian National Team will be playing a
friendly against strong China on October 13.

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