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Jamaica cops check security video for clues in Woolmer murder

One week after the murder of Pakistani cricket coach Bob Woolmer, Jamaican police on Sunday analysed security videos for clues that could indicate who strangled the former England international.

Cops looking for three Pakistanis

Jamaican police investigating the murder of Pakistan's cricket coach Bob Woolmer are searching for three of the team's fans who spent a great deal of time with the players, I>The Times /I>reported.

Pakistan team not ruled out of Woolmer probe: Police

Detectives investigating the murder of cricket coach Bob Woolmer on Tuesday denied claims that Pakistan's squad had been ruled out of the inquiry as potential suspects.

South Africa escape Malinga’s four-in-four magic

Fast bowler Lasith Malinga took an unprecedented four wickets in four balls on Wednesday to take Sri Lanka agonisingly close to victory over South Africa in their Super Eights thriller.

Woolmer death a reason for Greg to quit India, says brother

Pakistan coach Bob Woolmer's murder at the World Cup may have hastened Greg Chappell's decision to quit as India's coach, elder brother Ian Chappell said yesterday.

Former Henry body double jailed

Ashley Sestanovich, who was a body double for French footballing star Thierry Henry, was jailed for eight years on Wednesday for helping to plan a robbery which ended in murder.

One month on, Woolmer murder remains a mystery

Exactly four weeks ago, the sport of cricket, perceived to be that most gentlemanly of sports, was plunged into deep despair by the death of Bob Woolmer.

2011 World Cup duration may be reduced

It should have been a blockbuster which packed in the crowds and attracted rave reviews. But, for many, the 2007 World Cup was too long, too expensive, too dull and eventually even the International Cricket Council was forced to admit that this particular marathon had left everybody exhausted.

Australia win Cup after beating Sri Lanka in chaotic final

Australia won a record third successive World Cup on Saturday amid scenes of unprecedented confusion as night fell on Kensington Oval.

ICC chief admits tourney was overshadowed

Cricket chief Malcolm Speed conceded on Sunday that the 2007 World Cup would be chiefly remembered for the death of coach Bob Woolmer and the chaotic finish of the final.