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Playing PSL final in Karachi a big occasion: JP Duminy

KARACHI: Islamabad United skipper JP Duminy said that playing the final of Pakistan Super League in Karachi was a big occasion for the entire team. “A lot of work has been done behind the scene and we have been brought here very safely,” said Duminy when asked about the security arrangements in Karachi which hosts…

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Highlights: Some excellent shots by Duminy of Islamabad United

Islamabad United’s JP Duminy earned accolades late Friday with his splendid unbeaten 73 that led to the hammering of Peshawar Zalmi in third edition of Pakistan Super League (PSL3) being played in the UAE.  Duminy hit 73 runs off 54 balls with the help of four sixers and six boundaries. Watch some of his ace…

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Islamabad United foreign players wish fans Happy New Year

Islamabad United foreign players JP Duminy, Luke Ronchi and Samuel Badree wished fans of the popular cricket team Happy New Year, on Sunday.  The dawn of a new year is always cause for a celebration and our star cricketers know it. Islamabad United foreign players JP Duminy, Luke Ronchi and Samuel Badree saw fit to…

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Cricket: Duminy withdraws from IPL

South Africa’s J P Duminy has withdrawn from the upcoming edition of the lucrative Indian Premier League Twenty20 tournament, the all-rounder and his franchise said Monday.  The 32-year-old, who plays for the Delhi Daredevils, said he was skipping the tournament next month due to “personal” reasons, with his team saying it was disappointed to lose…

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Cricket: Duminy revelling in revival

Less than 12 months after realising his Test career was at the crossroads, South African batsman JP Duminy has embraced new responsibility in his team’s middle order. Duminy, 32, burst onto the Test scene in 2008 with a stunning start to his career, but has never quite fulfilled that early promise since. On debut, he…

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Amla, de Kock, Duminy take South Africa to 229

MUMBAI: Quinton de Kock, Hashim Amla and JP Duminy made half centuries as South Africa displayed a batting masterclass to make 229/4 against England in their World Twenty20 match on Friday. England captain Eoin Morgan won the toss and elected to field but the decision backfired as South Africa’s openers started by smashing the ball all…

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