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AB de Villiers. (Getty)
AB de Villiers scored the fastest ODI ton in Australia as South Africa scored hammered the West Indies in their World Cup clash at the SCG.

Ed Joyce. (Getty)
Ed Joyce proved the Irish really are a lucky after surviving being dismissed when a delivery hit his stumps.

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