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Marsh brothers cement their position in Oz team
Former cricketer Geoff Marsh's two sons became just the second brothers, after Mike and David Hussey, to play T20 for Australia and the pair is all set to build a long future in the national set-up. ANI

Warnie's 'smoking hot' as Liz Hurley 'shivers' during romantic evening
Seems like Elizabeth Hurley, who is known for encouraging a healthy lifestyle for her husband-to-be Shane Warne, apparently has no problem with the cricketer's smoking habit. ANI

How Lewis Hamilton 'inspires' born-paralysed bro Nicolas to defy all odds
Winning or completing a car race may seem usual for Formula One ace Lewis Hamilton, but it's a miracle for his younger brother Nicolas. ANI

Tamara Ecclestone lies n*ked on 'spare' million pounds for photoshoot
Tamara Ecclestone posed n*ked on a million pounds that she reportedly had in spare cash around her house for a photoshoot. ANI

Dhoni's wicket crucial for England's fight back: Dernbach
England pacer Jade Dernbach has admitted that his team will have to find a way of getting Indian captain MS Dhoni's wicket early if they want to comeback in the ongoing series. ANI

Teenage pace sensation Cummins included in Oz squad for South Africa
Teenage pace sensation Patrick Cummins has been selected in the Australian squad for the Test tour in South Africa. ANI

Lewis Hamilton, Nicole Scherzinger on verge of splitting up
Lewis Hamilton and Nicole Scherzinger are said to be on the verge of a love split due to their hectic and "unworkable schedules". ANI

Brit football club tests players' DNA to find who is more injury-prone
A Premier League football club in Britain has DNA tested its players to find out which players are more prone to injuries, a scientist has claimed. ANI

Strong showing in Sheffield Shield can help Khwaja regain Test berth
New South Wales batsman Usman Khwaja, who failed to seize the opportunities in Sri Lanka to cement his Test berth, can allay any fears of being replaced by David Warner for the tour of South Africa with another strong showing this week in Adelaide ANI

Murray moves to No.3 in world rankings
British tennis ace Andy Murray moved to No.3 in the world rankings by retaining his Shanghai Masters crown after beating David Ferrer 7-5 6-4. ANI

Proud dad Becks watches sons play his favourite game
Proud father David Beckham's sons have clearly inherited their father's love for football. ANI

'Aussie-crazy' Liz Hurley says fiancee Shane Warne makes her laugh a lot
Elizabeth Hurley has admitted that she always had a soft spot for Aussies, but it was her cricketer fiancee Shane Warne's sense of humour that really turned her head. ANI

'First photographed UFO' could be massive comet that nearly hit earth in 1883
A photograph taken in 1883 was heralded as the first photographic evidence of UFOs. ANI

Ashley Cole gets Playboy model delivered to his door
England footie ace Ashley Cole made a cheeky request to his driver to deliver a Playboy girl to his door. ANI

'Ladies Football League' to take Australia by storm
Fantasy football is set to take on a whole new meaning in Australia, when the 'Ladies Football League' laces up in October. ANI

'Cash-strapped' BBC gave Wimbledon final tickets to Bernie Ecclestone
Britain's fourth richest man, Bernie Ecclestone, was given two free tickets for the Wimbledon men's final by bosses at BBC, just two weeks before it lost its exclusive Formula One broadcasting rights. ANI

Webber focusing on winning India Grand Prix
Red Bull driver Mark Webber is focusing on winning Indian F1 GP after teammate Sebastian Vettel claimed world title in Korea ANI

Mancini determined to keep winning momentum going on
After topping the Premier League points table, Manchester City boss Roberto Mancini is now determined to keep the winning momentum going on. ANI

Angry Suarez denies racially abusing Evra
Furiously denying claims that he racially abused Manchester United's Patrice Evra, Liverpool striker Luis Suarez has said that he is upset over the allegations made against him. ANI

Wheldon dies after accident at Las Vegas Indy 300 race
British driver Dan Wheldon has died following a massive accident at the Las Vegas Indy 300. ANI

Ex-wife wishes Warnie 'nothing but luck' for his engagement to Liz Hurley
Shane Warne's ex-wife Simone Callahan has wished him good luck in his engagement to his lady love Elizabeth Hurley, at the same time showing off her own new romance. ANI

Arbitrary appointment of PCB chief will affect Pak's performance: Mani
Former International Cricket Council chief Ehsan Mani believes that the arbitrary appointment process of the PCB chairman by Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari without consulting other stakeholders will badly affect the team's performance against Sri Lanka. ANI

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