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††August 25, 2003 | 13:00 IST

Stripper: My nights of sex with Shane Warne

Shane Warne was facing new shame last night after an Australian stripper claimed she had a three-month affair with him.

Year out 'could help Warne'

National chairman of selectors Trevor Hohns expects Shane Warne to return a revitalised bowler when his 12-month drug ban expires, despite the leg spinner's decision to withdraw from official training sessions.

Money paid to 'silence' Shane Warne's sex harassment accuser

More than £8,500 has been paid to a woman at the centre of a series of sex scandals involving Shane Warne, to buy her silence about her relationship with the disgraced Australian cricketer.

Warne: Charity match 'inappropriate'

Cricket Australia (CA) chief executive James Sutherland said today it would be inappropriate if Shane Warne played in a charity match in England later this week.

Warne needs help: stripper

A Melbourne stripper who claims she had an affair with cricketer Shane Warne says he needs help to stop cheating on his wife.

Aussies Academy on the move

Australia is moving its highly successful Academy to Queensland as part of a revamp of the country's cricket development structure.

Hall makes his mark

Andrew Hall could only laugh when Dewald Pretorius' middle stump was flattened at Headingley, thereby denying him a maiden Test match century.

Hall trades his 99 for bigger prize

Only five players have ever been stranded on 99 not out at the end of a Test innings and Andrew Hall was probably the first not to mind all that much.

Fletcher tries to defend the indefensible

Duncan Fletcher found himself repeating and replicating himself endlessly in an attempt to defend the indefensible after the fourth day at Headingley.

Henry Blofeld: Yorkshire must buy Headingley to save Test status

Headingley is much like a favourite, scruffy old Labrador who nuzzles up to all and sundry, lies on the carpet in front of the fire a good deal and wags a lazy tail without contributing a great deal to the flow of soul and reason.

Bowlers fail test of nerve and skill

In conditions that were tailor-made for bowling, England's five seam bowlers allowed South Africa's last five second-innings wickets to add another 201 when they must have gone out in the morning hoping to dispose of them for around about 40.

Bowl of lemons

Michael Vaughan's response to a day of unremitting misery for England must be to start throwing his weight around.

Kirsten slams 'lottery' wicket

Michael Vaughan's response to a day of unremitting misery for England must be to start throwing his weight around.

Mali unopposed for UCB President

Border Cricket Board President Raymond Mali has been nominated unopposed for the position of President of the UCBSA to be elected at the Annual General Meeting on August 30.

Ngam on the comeback trail

Fast bowling aficionados everywhere, and South African supporters in general, would have winced with deja vu at the pained departure of Monde Zondeki from Headingley on Friday. For Zondeki, who pulled up with a strained side after bowling just 15 overs in England's first innings, would have reminded them darkly of the fate of Mfuneko Ngam.

Pakistan put Shoaib release on hold

Pakistan have put on hold a decision to release fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar to play for Durham after the second test against Bangladesh which starts on Wednesday.

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