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Double success for Sale on a memorable night

Sale Cricket Club won two trophies on Wednesday evening as the Under 16s won the Salford Youth Cricket Association League and the Sale Silverbacks claimed the Vivio Cheshire County Cricket League Over 40s North East Division title.
31 July 2015
 

Ashes betting: England hot favourites, but when will they wrap it up?

England are overwhelming favourites to win the third Test at Edgbaston but bookmakers William Hill expect them to have to wait until after lunch to go 2-1 up in the Ashes.
31 July 2015

Rain washes out day two of the second Test between Bangladesh and South Africa

Day two of the second Test between South Africa and Bangladesh in Dhaka was called off without a ball being bowled due to inclement weather.
31 July 2015

I'm happy to contribute - Steven Finn

England pacer Steven Finn is a happy man after his five-wicket haul in the second innings of the third Ashes Test put England in command on day two at Edgbaston.
31 July 2015

We need to fight - Mitchell Johnson

Australian pacer Mitchell Johnson feels that his side's lower order needs to battle it out after the visitors ended the second day of the third Ashes Test in a difficult position at Edgbaston.
31 July 2015

Prime Minister's XI-New Zealand details confirmed

The touring New Zealanders will play the Australian Prime Minister's XI on 23rd October at Canberra's Manuka Oval, Cricket Australia have confirmed.
30 July 2015

Mitchell Johnson goes past 300 Test scalps

Australian pacer Mitchell Johnson entered into the elite 300-wicket club in Tests on Thursday during the third Ashes Test at Edgbaston.
30 July 2015

Australia in dire straits after another batting collapse

Steven Finn marked his comeback with a five-wicket haul wrecking Australia as they finished on 168 for seven, 23 ahead, at stumps on day two of the third Test at Edgbaston.
30 July 2015

Hot Spot - England excellent at Edgbaston - Cricket World TV

John Pennington and Rob Johnston review the extraordinary third Ashes Test at Edgbaston which has seen England swiftly move themselves into a dominant position.
30 July 2015

Pakistan flex batting and bowling might to squeeze Sri Lanka

Pakistan executed the perfect game, posting a big total and letting their bowlers loose as they won the first Twenty20 International against Sri Lanka in Colombo by 29 runs.
30 July 2015

Dale Steyn gets to 400 Test wickets

Fast bowler Dale Steyn became the second South African player to take 400 Test wickets when he dismissed Tamim Iqbal on the first day of the ongoing second Test against Bangladesh in Dhaka.
30 July 2015

Cricket coaching a possibility - Andrew Flintoff

Former England all-rounder and 2005 Ashes hero Andrew Flintoff is eyeing up a career as a cricket coach, but not just yet as he keeps himself busy following his retirement from playing.
30 July 2015

South Africa drag Bangladesh back after bright start

Jean-Paul Duminy picked up three crucial wickets to undo some good work done by Bangladesh as South Africa ended the first day of the second Test in Mirpur, on a high, reducing the hosts from to 246 for eight.
30 July 2015

Organised chaos, but it has broken down barriers - Brett Lee on the IPL

Brett Lee says it is best to describe the Indian Premier League as "organised chaos" but he credits the tournament with helping cricket make enormous progress off the field by breaking down cultural barriers.
30 July 2015

Tammy Beaumont to captain England Academy against Australians

Tammy Beaumont will captain the England Women's Academy side which will take on the touring Australians in a two-day tour game that begins on Saturday (1st August) in Loughborough.
30 July 2015

Lord's disaster motivated me - James Anderson

England pacer James Anderson says that going wicketless during the Lord's Test inspired him to put up a superlative performance on the first day of the third Ashes Test on Wednesday.
30 July 2015

Disappointing day for us - Chris Rogers

Australia's opening batsman Chris Rogers expressed his displeasure at his team's performance after being bowled out for a paltry total of 136 on the first day of the third Ashes Test at Edgbaston.
30 July 2015

England in dominant position after Anderson rattles Australia

England closed within three runs of Australia's first innings total of 136 after James Anderson took a six-wicket haul to dismantle the visitors on day one of the third Test of Ashes at Edgbaston.
29 July 2015

Ashes betting: England now odds-on for Edgbaston win

England started the Edgbaston Test as 11/4 outsiders to win but after an opening day that evoked memories of 2005 William Hill now make them 2/9 to beat Australia and go 2-1 up in the series.
29 July 2015

Pakistan set to tour Zimbabwe after 30th September

Days after reportedly cancelling their limited-overs tour of Zimbabwe that was due to take place next month, Pakistan have decided to go ahead with the tour but only after 30th September.
29 July 2015

 
 
 
 

Hot Spot - Extraordinary Edgbaston Test

'Organised chaos' - Brett Lee on the IPL