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Rising Craze for Sports Accessories and Sportswear Among Australians

Youth in Australia and elite athletes have tested new accessories and clothing used in games such as 2XU, Skins etc. and have seen their potential take an upbeat through their use. Their love for sports is taking a new turn altogether.

Buy Cricket Gear Online For Your Sport's Need

Cricket gear is a collection of complete cricket accessories including cricket bats, balls, leg guards, batting gloves, wicket keeping gloves, protective gear and other accessories like clothing, shoes, bat covers, cricket net, shoes and much more. While the rules of cricket are quiet complicated buying the correct gear to suit a player's need can also be challenging. Cricket gear online has made life easier for the sports persons by enabling purchase the required cricket equipment according to ones needs and at the required prices.

Online Cricket Sportswear Shopping Options for Sport Lovers

Australians are fun-loving people. Their love for sports is too much and they spend a great part of their incomes on sports. The money spent is less in sport kits and more in the clothing that we buy while playing. Obviously for playing we cannot use our daily formal clothing like shirts and trousers. Neither can we play in fancy clothes nor night suits.

Try Cricket Direct for Your Favorite Sporting Events

Cricket Direct is a special package available for satellite television subscribers. The package provides coverage of matches from all over the world, wrapped into one all access pass. For just under $300, those who are fans of the game can watch more than 200 broadcasts of the competitions from around the world, in a single year. You can watch matches from Australia, New Zealand, South Africa, England and many more international arenas, all for one reasonable price. The benefit of subscribing to a deal such as this is that you never have to leave your home and can watch competition from all the international leagues.

2010 Natwest Series - England Versus Australia at Lord's, Fifth ODI

Although England had an unassailable 3-1 lead going into the fifth and final match of the series, both teams were aiming to finish on a winning note. Australia, after losing the first three games, won the fourth match convincingly. England was hoping to regain the momentum and start a new winning streak.

ICC World Cricket League ODI - Netherlands Versus Scotland

ICC Associate nations can provide some thrilling games - even if between themselves. In the ICC World Cricket League Division One, Netherlands hosted Scotland at Amstelveen. The game was an epic match that went down to the penultimate ball and penultimate wicket.

2010 Natwest Series - England Versus Australia at Olf Trafford, Third ODI

While many English fans were focusing on the FIFA World Cup second round match between England and their old enemy, Germany, England's cricketers faced their old enemy, Australia, at Old Trafford. England had a 2-0 lead in the five-match series and would clinch the series with victory in this match. The Aussies was hoping to halt the two-match losing streak in ODIs that began with the defeat in the first match of this series.

2010 Natwest Series - England Versus Australia at London - Fourth ODI

England had an unassailable 3-0 lead going into the fourth match of the 2010 Natwest Series against the old enemy, Australia. The hosts were hoping to inflict a whitewash on the Aussies, which would provide a psychological boost ahead of the anticipated Ashes series Down Under.

2010 Asia Cup - A Review

Sri Lanka hosted the 2010 Asia Cup - a four-team tournament of day/night ODIs played exclusively at the Rangiri Dambulla Stadium. In a year that had the IPL and World T20 championship, the Asia Cup was rather underwhelming. The tournament that pits the four Test-playing Asian countries against each other in a multi-team one-day tournament was poorly received.

2010 Natwest Series - England Versus Australia at Cardiff, 2nd ODI

After losing the first ODI to the hosts, Australia wanted to bounce back and assert their credentials as one-day champions. The Aussies looked out-of-sorts even against the Irish, but Ricky Ponting, knowing he had an experimental line-up, would not have been too worried. In the second ODI - a day/night fixture at Cardiff, Wales - Australia won the toss and batted first.
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