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Nathan Lyon disappointed with ODI exclusion

Australian off-spinner Nathan Lyon says he is disappointed to have been left out of the One-Day International squad for the upcoming series against England and Ireland.
16 August 2015

Steven Crook blitzkrieg makes it Northamptonshire's day

A scintillating century from Steven Crook was the highlight for Northamptonshire as they ended the second day on top during their three-day match against Australia at the County Ground in Northampton.
15 August 2015

Rangana Herath stuns India with a web of spin

Rangana Herath picked up a seven-wicket haul to complete an amazing turnaround for Sri Lanka as India capitulated to 112 on day four to lose the first Test in Galle by 63 runs.
15 August 2015

Off The Mark - How it began for...Mahela Jayawardene - Cricket World TV

In our latest series of 'Off The Mark' we find out how Sri Lankan legend Mahela Jayawardene got into the game and what drove him to become one of his country's finest players.
15 August 2015

I want to carry on as captain - Alastair Cook

England captain Alastair Cook admitted that he wants to continue leading the side after the conclusion of the ongoing Ashes, as he expects some exciting challenges ahead.
15 August 2015

I want to lead from the front - Steve Smith

Newly appointed Australian Test and One-Day International captain Steve Smith has stated that he is keen to lead the team from the front.
15 August 2015

Good death bowling and solid batting give South Africa the win

South Africa won the first Twenty20 International against New Zealand in Durban by six wickets by chasing down 151 in the 18th over to go 1-0 up in the two-match series.
14 August 2015

Perry bowls Australia to convincing Test win

Ellyse Perry took six wickets to bowl Australia to a convincing 161-run win over England in the Women's Ashes Test in Canterbury that puts her side within a point of claiming victory in the multi-format series.
14 August 2015

I know I've been very fortunate - Shane Watson - Cricket World TV

Shane Watson has won two World Cups, two Champions Trophies and seen off England 5-0 in an Ashes series but readily acknowledges the importance that good fortune has played during his career.
14 August 2015

Monty Panesar recalls 'that' Ashes draw in Cardiff - Cricket World TV

Monty Panesar took a five-wicket haul when he made his Ashes debut in 2006 but it is his batting in the closing stages of the 2009 Cardiff Test that most remember him more fondly for.
14 August 2015

Chandimal's daddy hundred sets India a tricky chase

Dinesh Chandimal scored a fine unbeaten counter-attacking century to help Sri Lanka set visitors India, who need 153 more to win with nine wickets in hand at stumps on day three of the first Test in Galle, a tricky target.
14 August 2015

Steve Smith named Australia's next Test captain

Steve Smith is set to take over as the new Test captain of Australia following current skipper Michael Clarke's retirement after the fifth Ashes Test at The Oval.
14 August 2015

One must play to move the team forward - Kane Williamson

New Zealand's stand-in captain, Kane Williamson, stated that as a cricketer, one must only think about contributing to the team's fortunes instead of focusing on individual records.
14 August 2015

Mitchell Marsh targets county experience for Ashes 2019

Australian all-rounder Mitchell Marsh hopes to gain experience of playing county cricket in England, to prepare himself future Ashes contests away from home.
14 August 2015

John Bracewell excited about Australia clash

Ireland coach John Bracewell is pumped up to see his side take on the World Champions Australia in the one-off One-Day International in Belfast to be held on 27th August.
14 August 2015

Alex Cusack retires from international cricket

Ireland all-rounder Alex Cusack has announced his retirement from international cricket with immediate effect.
14 August 2015

Cricket Australia look to rope in Ricky Ponting

Cricket Australia’s executive general manager of team performance, Pat Howard, revealed that the board is looking forward to rope in former Australian captain Ricky Ponting as a batting consultant.
13 August 2015

Australia lead by 196 after rain-shortened day

Just 38 overs of play were possible on day three of the Women's Ashes Test and although the honours were shared Australia will take a lead of 196 runs into the final day with six second innings wickets in hand.
13 August 2015

Talking Point - What makes facing left-handers so difficult? Cricket World TV

As #lefthandersday trends on Twitter, we thought we'd share with you some thoughts on fast bowling from John Lever and Mark Ilott - two left-arm quicks who played for England.
13 August 2015

Callis gets Yorkshire Academy back into contention

Opener Elliot Callis played a superb innings of 164 not out as the Yorkshire Academy beat Sheffield Collegiate by eight wickets to put them back in contention for Yorkshire ECB League’s championship.
13 August 2015

 
 
 
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