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Michael Clarke announces retirement following Ashes defeat

Australian captain Michael Clarke has announced his retirement from international cricket on Saturday after his side lost the Ashes to England following an innings defeat at Trent Bridge.
8 August 2015

British Police Cricket Club complete 2015 tour

The 2015 British Police tour week, sponsored by G4S, took place between Monday 29th June and Friday 3rd July.
8 August 2015

England win the urn back by demolishing Australia

Ben Stokes finished with six wickets, as England dismissed Australia for 253 to win the fourth Ashes Test by an innings and 78 runs, thus winning the urn back from Australia.
8 August 2015

Off The Mark - How it began for...Desmond Haynes - Cricket World TV

In our latest 'Off The Mark' cricket videos we find out how West Indian legend Desmond Haynes first started playing the game in his native Barbados.
8 August 2015

Six-wicket haul matters little - Mitchell Starc

Australian pacer Mitchell Starc isn't in great spirits despite a six-wicket haul against England on the second day of the fourth Ashes Test at Trent Bridge on Friday.
8 August 2015

I'm happy to step up - Ben Stokes

England all-rounder Ben Stokes was a happy man after snaring a five-wicket haul on the second day of the fourth Ashes Test at Trent Bridge to leave England on the brink of an Ashes-sealing win.
8 August 2015

Ross Taylor ruled out of Africa tour

Batsman Ross Taylor has been ruled out of the ongoing New Zealand tour of Zimbabwe and South Africa after undergoing minor surgery to treat a groin injury, which he picked up in training on Thursday.
8 August 2015

Runs flow as Australians draw tour game

Amy Jones, Nicole Bolton and Alyssa Healy all scored centuries as a Australia Women and an England Academy/Surrey Boys side played out a high-scoring draw in a three-day tour game in Beckenham.
7 August 2015

Sri Lanka name squad for India Tests

The Sri Lankan selectors have named a 16-member squad for the three-match Test series against India starting next week.
7 August 2015

England on the brink of winning the Ashes

Ben Stokes took a five-wicket haul as England were three wickets adrift of winning the Ashes when bad light ended play on day two of the fourth Test of the Ashes at Trent Bridge after declaring earlier in the day.
7 August 2015

Another 90 from Williamson helps New Zealand take series

Kane Williamson missed out on a century but his 90 nevertheless helped New Zealand win the third and final One-Day International in Harare against Zimbabwe by 38 runs, coming from one game down to win the series.
7 August 2015

Will come hard at Kumar Sangakkara - Ishant Sharma

Indian pace spearhead Ishant Sharma revealed that he will be bowling his best to Kumar Sangakkara in the upcoming Test series against Sri Lanka, which begins on 12th August in Galle.
7 August 2015

I'm delighted for him - Paul Nixon on Stuart Broad - Cricket World TV

Paul Nixon, a former team-mate of Stuart Broad's at county and international level, says he is "delighted" to see the fast bowler's success against Australia.
7 August 2015

How social media reacted to Stuart Broad's magical spell

As Stuart Broad took eight for 15 and England dismissed Australia for just 60 on the opening day of the fourth Ashes Test at Trent Bridge, records were being broken - but not just on the pitch.
7 August 2015

Did you know - when did an Australia side first tour England?

Our latest Ashes 2015 'did you know' feature video takes a look back to the first Australian team to tour England - well before the Ashes began.
7 August 2015

Ashes betting : England 1/20 to win fourth Test after fantastic first day

England are cruising to victory after the opening day of the fourth Ashes Test and William Hill make them just 1/20 for victory that would give them an unassailable 3-1 lead in the series.
7 August 2015

Ashes betting: Paddy Power pay out on England regaining Ashes

Paddy Power has paid out a whopping six figures to punters who bet on England to win the Ashes, after one of the worst Australian batting performances in history.
7 August 2015

It is pretty unbelievable - Stuart Broad

England fast bowler Stuart Broad acknowledged that his career-best performance at Trent Bridge on the first day of the fourth Ashes Test was an "unbelievable" feat.
7 August 2015

We can still save The Ashes - Michael Clarke

Australian captain Michael Clarke believes that his side can still bounce back in the ongoing Trent Bridge Test to save the urn from going England's way.
7 August 2015

Broad burst and Root ton narrow Australian chances

Stuart Broad picked up a career-best eight wickets and Joe Root rubbed it in with a century as England piled on a lead of 214 at stumps on day one of the fourth Ashes Test at Trent Bridge, Nottingham.
6 August 2015

 
 
 
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