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Steyn and Duminy steer Proteas to thrilling win

Dale Steyn and JP Duminy led South Africa to a two-run win over Group One rivals New Zealand at the World Twenty20 championship.

West Indies, Sri Lanka records wins in Super Eights

West Indies and hosts Sri Lanka earned hard-fought wins in an exciting start to the Super Eights round in the World Twenty20 on Thursday.

No surprises as T20 heads into Super Eights

There were no jitters for the big teams in the first round of the World Twenty20 as all eight cruised into the Super Eights starting from Thursday.

Collingwood hails England belief after T20 triumph

England captain Paul Collingwood cited his team's self-belief as a key factor in their Twenty20 final victory against arch-rivals Australia on Sunday.

Hussey the hero as Australia stun Pakistan

Michael Hussey's rescue mission saw Australia beat Pakistan by three wickets with just a ball to spare to reach the World Twenty20 final on Friday.

Time for a review of the Proteas, says Hudson

Andrew Hudson has called for an intensive review of the Proteas after their disappointing performance in the World Twenty20.

Gayle frustrated after T20 exit

West Indies captain Chris Gayle said he needed more help from his top order batsmen after the Caribbean side exited the World Twenty20 on Tuesday.

Smith tips Australia as Proteas consider changes

South Africa captain Graeme Smith said Australia are the favourites for the World Twenty20 title after his own side crashed out before the semifinals.

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