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Last Updated: Tuesday, 13 May, 2003, 12:42 GMT 13:42 UK

AUSTRALIA

Aussies climb rankings
Australia prove their strength with four batsmen and three bowlers in the top 10s of the latest one-day ratings.

BANGLADESH

Mashud steps down
Bangladesh captain Khaled Mashud has resigned, according to reports.

CANADA

Harris happy with progress
Captain Joe Harris is proud of Canada's efforts at the World Cup despite defeat by New Zealand in their last game.

ENGLAND

Tour relief for ECB
Zimbabwe agrees to tour England next month, subject to government approval.

INDIA

Srinath could play on
India's Javagal Srinath may extend his career after his impressive World Cup showing.

KENYA

Kenya return to heroes' welcome
Thousands swamp the airport as World Cup semi-finalists Kenya return home.

NAMIBIA

Kotze: We were second best
Namibia captain says his side were second-best against Holland in their final 2003 World Cup match.

NETHERLANDS

Kloppenburg basks in success
Holland's Feiko Kloppenburg revels in his man-of-the-match performance in the win over Namibia.

NEW ZEALAND

No pay-out for Pakistan
New Zealand will not be forced to pay compensation to Pakistan for cancelling two cricket tours.

PAKISTAN

Pakistan flops fined
The Pakistan World Cup squad have been fined half of their fees after their dismal performance.

SOUTH AFRICA

SA pull out of Sharjah
South Africa withdraw from the Sharjah Cup in the United Arab Emirates because of the Iraq conflict.

SRI LANKA

Jayasuriya stays on as skipper
Sanath Jayasuriya remains Sri Lanka captain after his resignation is rejected.

WEST INDIES

Lara back as Windies captain
Brian Lara is appointed as West Indies skipper for the Test series against Australia.

ZIMBABWE

Olonga offered England base
Controversial Zimbabwe cricketer Henry Olonga could set up temporary home with his brother in Cornwall.



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