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Morrow on fighting ground with Aunty

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Radio National’s Sunday Extra with Julian Morrow was its usual mix of intelligent conversation yesterday. But there’s one story it didn’t cover.

Labor boycott Chanel Contos sexual consent briefing

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Petty partisanship is alive and well on Spring Street.
Chanel Contos, the London-based 23-year-old trailblazer who sparked a national reckoning with sexual consent by launching a schools sexual assault petition, held a Zoom briefing for Victorian MPs on Thursday on the importance of consent and rape culture.
Well, Contos, who got up in the middle of the night in London for her presentation, held a briefing for some Victorian MPs. While Liberal, Greens and independent MPs attended, the Labor caucus decided to boycott the event.

From Virat Kohli to Chris Gayle: Five players to watch out for in IPL 2021 | Cricket News

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The England all-rounder has proved his worth across all formats and his form with bat and ball will be crucial as the inconsistent Rajasthan strive to follow up their inaugural IPL triumph in 2008.
Royals, who will be captained by India's Sanju Samson this season, finished bottom of the eight-team table last year, with Stokes only joining the team late due to his late father's illness.
He scored 285 runs, including an unbeaten 107, in eight matches for a team that ran hot and cold.
Royals' new director of cricket Kumar Sangakkara believes Stokes is "exactly the type of player any side would want".

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Petty partisanship is alive and well on Spring Street.
Chanel Contos, the London-based 23-year-old trailblazer who sparked a national reckoning with sexual consent by launching a schools sexual assault petition, held a Zoom briefing for Victorian MPs on Thursday on the importance of consent and rape culture.
Well, Contos, who got up in the middle of the night in London for her presentation, held a briefing for some Victorian MPs. While Liberal, Greens and independent MPs attended, the Labor caucus decided to boycott the event.

Merlino's domain lands in Lib territory

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You can’t be too careful in this day and age of cyber hack attacks, as, ahem, this news organisation can attest. Internet nasties can bugger up everything.
And so to acting Premier
James Merlino, who has quite a lot on his plate since he took the top job in an acting capacity after Premier
Dan Andrews damaged his ribs and spine in his early morning Mornington Peninsula holiday home tumble.
So it is understandable that the member for Monbulk might have let things slip in the dull but important area of internet domain names.

Unbeatable Australia: Incredible numbers behind Meg Lanning and Co's world record 22 straight wins

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Unbeatable Australia: Incredible numbers behind Meg Lanning and Co’s world record 22 straight wins
Since their 2017 World Cup semi-final defeat against Harmanpreet Kaur-inspired India, Australia have won 24 of the 25 ODIs they have competed in.
The Australian women’s international cricket team is in a league of their own. They have been for a while.
On Sunday, they completed their 22nd straight victory in One Day Internationals, the longest ever streak in the history of the 50-over format, going past Ricky Ponting and Co’s record set in 2003.
Meg Lanning and Co achieved the staggering record at Bay Oval, Mount Maunganui, with a comfortable six-wicket win over New Zealand in the first ODI of a three-match series.

Wage revolution: Inside the fight for pay parity

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Despite the disparities at play, women's sport is increasingly proving that it can be in fact, an exciting, valuable and lucrative product.
Why else would broadcast giants BBC and Sky Sports sign a three-year worth broadcast deal - worth £7-8 million ($12-14 million AUD) per season - to show the FA Women's Super league?
Still, knuckleheads at the local pub persist with the argument that men's sports are better because the crowds are bigger, the scores are higher and the action is more exciting.
University of NSW Professor of Practice in Economics Tim Harcourt said this logic is unfair and unproductive.

Cricket: Plans to expand Cricket World Cup and finally globalise the game

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Cricket: Plans to expand Cricket World Cup and finally globalise the game
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The last time the ODI Cricket World Cup had 16 teams, India were embarrassingly eliminated in the group stage. Photo / Photosport
The last time the ODI Cricket World Cup had 16 teams, India were embarrassingly eliminated in the group stage. Photo / Photosport
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The men's ODI World Cup could increase from 10 to 14 teams under major plans to reform the competition and help globalise the sport.
The number of teams in the 50-over World Cup was controversially reduced to 10 at the 2019 tournament and the competition is planned to remain a 10-team affair for the 2023 event. But support is growing for it to be expanded to 14 countries from 2027.

Wage revolution: Inside the fight for pay parity

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"EQUAL PAY, EQUAL PAY, EQUAL PAY" - that's what 59,000 spectators chanted after the US Women's National Soccer Team won the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup.
Today, the four-time world champions are still fighting to be paid the same as their male counterparts, who didn't even qualify for the 2018 FIFA World Cup.
"The Women's National Team has won four World Cup championships and four Olympic gold medals on behalf of our country. We have filled stadiums, broken viewing records and sold out jerseys," US captain Megan Rapinoe said in her address to the White House for Equal Pay Day last week.
"Yet despite all of this, we are still paid less than men, for each trophy, each win, each tie, each time we play.

Australia to rest speedster Pat Cummins for T20Is against India in order to keep him fit for Ashes

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Australia to rest speedster Pat Cummins for T20Is against India in order to keep him fit for Ashes
Australia to rest speedster Pat Cummins for T20Is against India in order to keep him fit for Ashes
Australia Has Decided To Rest Their Premier Seam Bowler Pat Cummins For The Upcoming Three-match T20I Series In India. The Decision Has Been Taken By The Australian Think Tank With A View To Keeping The Speed Merchant Fit For The Upcoming The Ashes, Cricket Australia Confirmed On Friday (September 22).
News Nation Bureau | Edited By : Gautam Lalotra
| Updated on: 22 Sep 2017, 02:24:13 PM
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ICC allows extended squads for senior events keeping in mind COVID-19 quarantine requirements

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DUBAI, Apr 1: The ICC on Thursday decided to allow seven additional players or support staff to accompany squads for its senior events in view of COVID-19

Smith puts hand up to lead Australia again if given chance


Smith puts hand up to lead Australia again if given chance
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(Reuters) - Three years after his ignominious exit as Australia's captain in the wake of the ball-tampering scandal, Steve Smith has said he is keen and ready to lead the national side again if an opportunity came his way.
Smith, one of the world's best contemporary batsmen, was suspended from international cricket for 12 months and banned from leadership roles for two years for his role in the "sandpaper-gate" scandal in Cape Town in March, 2018.
After Smith's ban Tim Paine took over the reins of Australia's test side while Aaron Finch was handed the captaincy of the white-ball formats.

Cricket news: Steve Smith prepared to captain Australian team again, prepared to back Tim Paine, Aaron Finch

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Steve Smith has officially put his hand up to captain Australia again, if the selectors choose to pivot away from current skippers Tim Paine and Aaron Finch.
Paine has been leading Australia's Test side since Smith was suspended after the ball tampering scandal back in 2018, while Finch has assumed leadership in Australia's limited overs sides.
While Australia has experienced successes under both men, recent failures, namely Australia's home Test series defeat to India, have resulted in calls for Smith to assume the role he left behind three years ago.
Smith made it clear that he still supports both Paine and Finch, but admitted that he would relish the opportunity to lead Australia once again.

England's travelling fans face Ashes ban | Sport

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Top of the ladder Victoria to miss several key players for women's one-day cricket final thanks to Australian tour clash

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It has been 15 years since Victoria has lifted the Women's National Cricket League (WNCL) trophy, and this Saturday the side is looking forward to having the home-ground advantage with players' friends and family spurring them on.
Key points:
Victoria's women's cricket team will be missing six key players when it takes on Queensland in the WNCL final   
The women's domestic one-day cup decider clashes with Australia's white-ball tour of New Zealand
The 2022 ODI and 2023 T20 World Cups are likely to provide similar WNCL clashes for states with Australian internationals
But despite being the frontrunners in the competition after winning their first six matches in a row and securing a spot in the final weeks in advance, the team could very well be classed as underdogs heading into this weekend's decider against Queensland.

Racing Integrity Commissioner Sean Carroll aim to restore public and participant confidence

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Carroll hopes to have a preliminary report done by the end of April.
Carroll would not be drawn on the Laming matter specifically, but confirmed feedback “generally” was not about Racing Victoria’s Integrity Services Department.
“I’ve got complete faith in what (RV integrity chief) Jamie (Stier) and his team are doing,” Carroll said.
“Our job is to make sure the checks and balances are met along the way, and if for whatever reason they aren't, we’ll look at those and we’ll hold them to account.”
Carroll officially stepped into the new role on March 1, a week after the Laming case collapsed.

Tulu movie 'Pingara' wins national film award | coastaldigest.com - The Trusted News Portal of India

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Tulu movie ‘Pingara’ wins national film award
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March 23, 2021
Mangaluru, Mar 23: Tulu movie 'Pingara' directed by Preetham Shetty has won the Best Tulu movie Award at the 67th National Film Awards.
'Pingara', produced by Manjunath Reddy and Avinash Shetty, revolves around the story of three generations and is set in the backdrop of Bhootaradhane culture of Tulunadu. The star cast includes Neema Ray, Usha Bhandari, Sharan Shetty, Guru Hegde, Sunil Nelligudde and Sinchana Chandrashekhar.
Director Preetham Shetty who is immensely pleased with the national honour, dedicated the award to the entire team.
The 67th National Film Awards were announced at a press meet on 22 March 2021 to honour the best films of 2019 and 2020, in the Indian cinema.

Running the rule over Justin Langer

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Like many other Australians, I was bitterly disappointed after our Test team was unable to beat a depleted Indian squad this summer.
It didn’t take long for the knives to come out, with most people wanting to blame Tim Paine’s captaincy, wicketkeeping and sledging, our bowlers (for not being able to win the last two Tests), some of our batsmen and even the curators of the SCG and Gabba.

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