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Newport boy wins u13 British Squash title

South Wales Argus: Jordan Williams Win British title

10:52am Wednesday 7th November 2012

Jordan Williams from Newport Squash Club became the first Welsh winner of the u13 British Squash Championships in Manchester.

Tremlett's dream moment

1:35am Friday 7th January 2011

ENGLAND bowler Chris Tremlett admitted he could never have predicted he would take the final wicket of England's victorious Ashes tour Down Under.

ASHES 2010/11: England win the series

12:59am Friday 7th January 2011

ENGLAND took the three Australia wickets needed in the morning session to win the fifth and final Test in Sydney and taste victory in an Ashes series Down Under for the first time in 24 years.

England on the brink of Ashes glory

9:10am Thursday 6th January 2011

England were on the cusp of securing their first outright Ashes series win in Australia in 24 years after manoeuvring the hosts into a hopeless position on day four of the final Test.

England make inroads after record score

5:10am Thursday 6th January 2011

England piled up their highest total Down Under and then set about the task of bowling out Australia in pursuit of a series-clinching innings victory in the fifth Ashes Test.

Tons of fun for England

4:20am Thursday 6th January 2011

England piled up their joint-highest total Down Under after Matt Prior posted the third century of the innings to heap more misery on Australia in the fifth Ashes Test.

Twin tons help England cause

8:31am Wednesday 5th January 2011

Hundreds from Alastair Cook and Ian Bell put England on course to win the Ashes outright in Australia for the first time in 24 years.

Cook gives England the edge

8:13am Tuesday 4th January 2011

England finished day two of the fifth Ashes Test in a strong position despite the late wicket of Kevin Pietersen.

Fast start for England

4:40am Tuesday 4th January 2011

England openers Andrew Strauss and Alastair Cook made an impressive start in response to Australia's 280 all out on the second afternoon of the final Test at the SCG.

Rain holds up England after Swann dismisses danagerous debutant

6:44am Monday 3rd January 2011

England eked out four Australia wickets between breaks for rain and bad light on day one of the fifth Test at the SCG.

England work hard and remove openers

5:34am Monday 3rd January 2011

England removed both openers but no one else in the first two sessions, as Australia sought to vindicate stand-in captain Michael Clarke's decision to bat first in the final Test.

Strauss: Big ask for Clarke

6:48pm Sunday 2nd January 2011

MICHAEL Clarke faces a "sink-or-swim’’ challenge when he takes over from the injured Ricky Ponting as Australia captain in the Sydney Test tonight.

England on the brink

7:05am Tuesday 28th December 2010

ENGLAND stand on the cusp of retaining the Ashes after Tim Bresnan ripped through the top order after tea at the MCG.

Bresnan edges England closer to victory

6:32am Tuesday 28th December 2010

TIM Bresnan struck three hammer blows straight after tea on day three to carry England ever closer to retaining the Ashes at the MCG.

England continue to dominate

11:30am Monday 27th December 2010

CENTURION Jonathan Trott continued England's domination of Australia in the fourth Ashes Test while home skipper Ricky Ponting lost his cool on a bad-tempered second day at the MCG.

England are crushed in Perth

6:47am Sunday 19th December 2010

ENGLAND failed to bat out even the opening hour of the fourth day of the third Test at the WACA as Australia claimed the five wickets they needed to level the series at 1-1.

England getting mullered by Australia

10:30am Saturday 18th December 2010

ENGLAND are on the ropes with Australia set to square the Ashes series at the WACA tomorrow.

Trott out for 31

10:11am Saturday 18th December 2010

ENGLAND'S misery continues as they chase Australia's target of 391 at the WACA.

From bad to worse for England

9:55am Saturday 18th December 2010

A DREADFUL shot by Kevin Pietersen sees him edged to Shane Watson off Ben Hilfenhaus for just three runs.

England in big trouble - 37-2

9:18am Saturday 18th December 2010

ENGLAND captain Andrew Strauss is out very cheaply for just 15, caught behind by Aussie skipper Ricky Ponting off big danger man Mitchell Johnson.

England 23-1

9:04am Saturday 18th December 2010

ALASTAIR Cook lbw to Ryan Harris for 13.

Thriller in the making - Ashes Third Test

8:20am Saturday 18th December 2010

ENGLAND scent what had earlier seemed a highly unlikely victory at the WACA in a potential classic after being set a target of 391.

Siddle's out - Australia 308-9

7:49am Saturday 18th December 2010

A BEAUTIFUL delivery by James Anderson - who has just claimed his 200th Test wicket - means the end of Peter Siddle's cameo.

Harris gone - Australia 284-8

7:00am Saturday 18th December 2010

IT'S getting very intersting at the WACA with Ryan Harris' hook shot giving Ian Bell a straight forward catch on the boundary.

Mr Cricket gets his hundred

6:45am Saturday 18th December 2010

EMINENT batsman Mike Hussey has just achieved another ton for Australia.

Australia 276-7

6:32am Saturday 18th December 2010

WICKETS now tumbling. Collingwood claims Mitchell Johnson for 1.

Australia 271 for 6

6:29am Saturday 18th December 2010

TREMLETT srikes again - 271 for 6 (72.3 overs) Australia still 357 ahead but Haddin has gone

Australia 269 for 5

6:22am Saturday 18th December 2010

Australia 2nd Innings 269 for 5 (71.3 overs)

Aussies hammer home big advantage

5:14am Saturday 18th December 2010

ENGLAND have fallen further off the pace on the third morning of the third Test at Perth, as Australia moved to 211 for four in their second innings.

Magic Johnson stars for Australia

11:46am Friday 17th December 2010

MITCHELL Johnson's devastating spell of four wickets for seven runs did the principal damage as England were bowled out for only 187 at the WACA.

Devastating Johnson dents England's hopes

7:38am Friday 17th December 2010

MITCHELL Johnson's devastating spell of four wickets for seven runs did the principal damage as England were bowled out for only 187 at the WACA, despite Ian Bell's fourth-successive Test 50.

Johnson puts England on back foot

6:27am Friday 17th December 2010

MITCHELL Johnson undermined England's ambitions to retain the Ashes in the third Test, with a devastating spell of four wickets for seven runs at the WACA.

England close on 29-0

10:28am Thursday 16th December 2010

ENGLAND openers Andrew Strauss and Alastair Cook survived a testing period just before the close to leave England in control after day one of the third Ashes Test at the WACA in Perth.

Australia 268 all out

9:13am Thursday 16th December 2010

ENGLAND ended some stern resistance from the Australian tailenders to dismiss their hosts for 268 on day one of the third Ashes Test at Perth.

Aussies fight back but England on top

7:52am Thursday 16th December 2010

ENGLAND encountered resistance from Brad Haddin and Michael Hussey but were still on top against Australia, thanks largely to Chris Tremlett, by tea on day one of the third Test at Perth.

England wrap up crushing victory

1:29am Tuesday 7th December 2010

England claimed victory in the second Ashes Test after ripping through the Australian batting order on the final morning at the Adelaide Oval.

Swann hails star man KP

11:11am Monday 6th December 2010

ENGLAND spinner Graeme Swann praised Kevin Pietersen after his final-over heroics with the ball gave the tourists renewed hope of victory after day four of the second Ashes Test against Australia in Adelaide.

Bad weather threatens England victory in second Test

5:48am Monday 6th December 2010

PLAY was halted early for the second day running with a poor forecast for Tuesday as England chase victory at Adelaide.

KP reigns before rain

11:13am Sunday 5th December 2010

KEVIN Pietersen turned his first Test hundred for 21 months into a chanceless, unbeaten 213 as England continued their domination of Australia at the Adelaide Oval with bad weather the only thing standing in their way.

Cook leads the way again

12:02pm Saturday 4th December 2010

ALASTAIR Cook scored his second successive century as England finished on 317 for two to give themselves a great chance of taking a 1-0 lead in the Ashes series after the second day of the second Test against Australia.

England duo battle back

7:37pm Sunday 28th November 2010

CENTURIONS Andrew Strauss and Alastair Cook today personified the quality England prize most of all - resilience.

Finn in thick of the action at Gabba

6:55pm Friday 26th November 2010

STEVEN Finn continued his steep learning curve in front of 35,000 partisan supporters as England and Australia cranked up their Ashes battle at the Gabba.

England rocked by Siddle hat-trick

South Wales Argus: Peter Siddle

8:40am Thursday 25th November 2010

Peter Siddle celebrated his birthday with a stunning hat-trick to kick-start Australia's Ashes campaign at the Gabba and hand England a miserable opening day to the series.

FIRST ASHES TEST: End of play review, day one

7:55am Thursday 25th November 2010

Peter Siddle celebrated his birthday with a stunning hat-trick to kickstart Australia's Ashes campaign at the Gabba and hand England a miserable opening day to the series.

FIRST TEST: Close of play score

7:36am Thursday 25th November 2010

Australia 25-0 in reply to England's 260 all out. See main sport page for session-by-session summary, report and reaction throughout the day.

Super Siddle stuns England with brilliant hat-trick

7:07am Thursday 25th November 2010

England all out for 260 in first innings after bowling heroics.

Ponting wants to banish Oval demons

South Wales Argus: Ricky Ponting

4:20pm Wednesday 24th November 2010

RICKY Ponting's Australia still remember their misery at the Brit Oval last year - and are out to erase it forever this winter.

Clarke passed fit for Ashes opener

South Wales Argus: Michael Clarke

3:13pm Wednesday 24th November 2010

MICHAEL Clarke will play for Australia in Thursday's Ashes opener at the Gabba after recovering from his back injury.

Jones warns against engaging in verbals

9:10pm Wednesday 3rd November 2010

WELSHMAN Simon Jones believes England must not get drawn into a war of words with Australia if they are to retain the Ashes this winter.






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