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New Image (no caption) - 15 March 2012Red Bull formula one driver Mark Webber of Australia (left) stumps teammate Sebastian Vettel during their game of beach cricket on St Kilda Beach, in Melbourne on Wednesday. PIC/AFP Read more

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