Mayank Dagar and Anmolpreet Singh shared six wickets between them after Rishabh Pant scored a sparkling century as India went on to defeat Namibia by a massive 197-run margin in Fatullah to reach the semi-finals of the ICC Under-19 World Cup.
Mitchell Marsh and John Hastings put on an unbeaten 86-run stand for the seventh wicket as Australia chased down 282 against New Zealand with four wickets in hand in the second One-Day International in Wellington.
Paul Collingwood and Andrew Symonds produced stunning performances sharing an unbeaten 110-run stand to help Capricorn Commanders defeat Libra Legends by eight wickets in the 11th match of the Masters Champions League in Sharjah.
Mohammad Asghar and Wahab Riaz picked three-wicket hauls as Peshawar Zalmi started their campaign with a 24-run victory over Islamabad United while defending 145 in the third game of the Pakistan Super League in Dubai.
Virender Sehwag produced a masterclass innings notching a 63-ball 134 as Gemini Arabians defeated Sagittarius Strikers by 10 runs in a high-scoring encounter in Sharjah to become the first team to reach the semi-finals of the Masters Champions League.
World class Test match teams need a world class wicket keeper, writes Rob Johnston as he - with the help of former England man Jack Russell - analyses why both Jonny Bairstow and Jos Buttler have found it tough.
As the Chris Gayle Academy enters its fourth year, we ewre invited down to Walthamstow as the group were put through their paces by strength and conditioning experts Tenax Performance. Here's a flavour of the day.
Australia Women beat India Women by six wickets in the second One-Day International in Hobart to claim an unassailable 2-0 lead in the series despite Smriti Mandhana hitting her maiden century for the tourists.
Western Australia women’s cricketer Piepa Cleary has been handed a six-month suspension after placing bets during the first ever day-night Test match between Australia and New Zealand in November 2015.
Farokh Engineer and Geoffrey Boycott both graced county and international cricket for a number of years, and although Engineer says Boycott was technically outstanding, he took great pleasure in getting the English batsman out.