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February 12, 2015
Boys play cricket with their father on mudflats at low tide on a lagoon located near the town of Mollymook...
Sydney, Australia
Boys play cricket with their father on mudflats at low tide on a lagoon located near the town of Mollymook...
Boys play cricket with their father on mudflats at low tide on a lagoon located near the town of Mollymook on the South Coast of New South Wales November 5, 2014. With strong hosts expected to challenge, a highly-fancied South Africa facing their demons and a sprawling format certain to generate criticism, the cricket World Cup's return to Australia and New Zealand is a case of deja vu in many ways. Since the trans-Tasman neighbours first co-hosted in 1992, the one-day game's global showpiece has morphed into a commercial behemoth and a television event followed by millions around the world. Familiar themes endure, however, and many of the 14 teams competing at the Feb. 14-March 29 have arrived in the Antipodes with the same baggage as World Cups past. Picture taken on November 5, 2014. To match Preview CRICKET-WORLD/ REUTERS/David Gray (AUSTRALIA - Tags: SPORT CRICKET)
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