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  England shock Australia in 20/20 final

year 2010 Top ^

  England secured their first victory at an ICC limited-overs tournament with a crushing seven-wicket win against Australia in the final

year 2007 Top ^

  A bus carrying people to a festival crashed, killing 6 people, including the driver, and injuring 37
  Australia lifted the cricket World Cup trophy for a 3rd successive time after claiming a 53-run victory in farcial ending to a rain-shortened final
 Gilchrist smashed 149, the highest individual score in a World Cup final
Apr.20   Lara retires in surprise decision
  West Indies captain announced his retirement from international cricket, ending a record-breaking career
Apr.14     New Zealand beat S. Africa to reach semis
  New Zealand and Sri Lanka joined Australia in the World Cup semis after a 5-wicket victory for the Kiwis
Apr.13     Aussies crush Irish to reach semis  McGrath and Tait skittled Ireland out for 91 and the World Cup holders then knocked off the total inside 13 overs

year 2004 Top ^

Oct.6     Woods marries his Swedish fiancee
  Tiger Woods married his Swedish girlfriend Elin Nordegren at a lavish celebration that reportedly cost $3 million Apr.3     England seal historic win  England secured a 1st series win in the Caribbean since 1968 after Hoggard's hat-trick set up an 8-wicket victory Apr.1   Flintoff puts England on top  All rounder took a career-best five for 58 as England continued their domination of West Indies into day one of the 3rd test


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