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Niall O'Brien, Craig Young return for Pakistan ODIs

Ireland cricketers Niall O'Brien and Craig Young have recovered from their respective injuries and have been named in the 14-man squad which will face Pakistan in a two-match One-Day International series next month.
28 July 2016

Tino Mawoyo to miss first New Zealand Test

Zimbabwe opening batsman Tino Mawoyo will not be taking part in the first Test match against New Zealand after suffering a thumb injury in the practice game in Harare.
28 July 2016

Muttiah Muralitharan set to be inducted into ICC Hall of Fame

Former spin bowling great Muttiah Muralitharan became the first Sri Lankan cricketer to be selected into the International Cricket Council Hall of Fame.
28 July 2016

Alzarri Joseph added to West Indies squad for second Test

Uncapped fast bowler Alzarri Joseph has been picked by the West Indies selectors for the second Test match against India which gets underway in Jamaica on Saturday.
28 July 2016

RLODC wins put Yorkshire clear, Surrey into third

Yorkshire have opened up a gap at the top of the North Group of the Royal London One-Day Cup while Surrey are up to third in the South Group after six matches were played today.
27 July 2016

Penkridge Player Profile - Joe Hinder

Next up is the Penkridge CC player profile for young all-rounder Joe Hinder.
27 July 2016

Hendy Kia confirm support of Southern Vipers

Three days before the start of the inaugural Kia Super League, Hampshire-based Hendy Group have pledged their support to the Southern Vipers, who will now be sponsored by Hendy Kia.
27 July 2016

Calf injury rules Ben Stokes out of third Test against Pakistan

England all-rounder Ben Stokes has been ruled out of the third Test against Pakistan in Birmingham due to a calf injury which he sustained in the second Test in Manchester.
27 July 2016

Sussex without Mustafizur Rahman due to shoulder injury

Bangladesh pace bowler Mustafizur Rahman has been forced out of action with Sussex due to a shoulder injury.
27 July 2016

Amir's return is good for cricket - David Gower

Former England batting great David Gower reckons that the return of Mohammad Amir to international cricket following the expiry of his five-year ban is good for the game.
27 July 2016

Kagiso Rabada clean sweeps CSA awards

South African pace sensation Kagiso Rabada won as many as six honours at the annual Cricket South Africa Awards in Johannesburg.
27 July 2016

Essex, Somerset go three points clear, Warwickshire go second

There were five Royal London One-Day Cup matches played today which saw the lead in the South Group change hands, albeit briefly, and Warwickshire put pressure on North Group leaders Yorkshire.
26 July 2016

Leaning predicts more big runs at Scarborough

Fresh from scoring a brilliant hundred against Leicestershire, Jack Leaning expects more big-hitting exploits when Yorkshire host Nottinghamshire in the Royal London One-Day Cup tomorrow (27th July).
26 July 2016

Collingwood signs new Durham contract as Mustard, Stoneman departures confirmed

While all-rounder Paul Collingwood will begin his 22nd season with Durham in 2017 after signing a new contract, wicket-keeper Phil Mustard and opening batsman Mark Stoneman are moving on.
26 July 2016

Sale's good run ended by leaders Didsbury

Sale's recent run of good form was ended by leaders Didsbury, who bumped them down to fifth place in Division One of the Vivio Cheshire County League with an eight-wicket win.
26 July 2016

Penkridge CC's week: The good, the bad and the ugly

It was another busy and entertaining week for Penkridge CC, with some good, bad and ugly results, writes Kev Baker.
26 July 2016

India impressive, West Indies with work to do - Cricket World TV

Before he heads off to the beach in Antigua, Chetan Narula reviews the first Test between India and the West Indies, analysing the key poitns from a dominant win by the tourists.
26 July 2016

Cricket World Performances of the Week - 26th July

With more than 1,000 votes between them, we have named joint winners of last week's award - well done to Cirencester CC's Tom Rutter and Cherry Willingham CC. Well done also to everyone nominated, particularly Oli Whately and Zak Tunmore in third place and Finlay Rutherford in fourth.
26 July 2016

Nic Pothas to join Sri Lanka as fielding coach

Former South African wicket-keeper batsman Nic Pothas is set to leave his position as the academy director at Leicestershire County Cricket Club to take over as the fielding coach of Sri Lanka.
26 July 2016

Ashwin reclaims pole position in ICC Test rankings

Indian off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin, who snared seven wickets in the first Test match against West Indies in Antigua, has reclaimed the pole position in the International Cricket Council rankings for Test bowlers, displacing Pakistan’s Yasir Shah.
26 July 2016