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India win low-scorer to end on a high note

India Women beat New Zealand Women by three wickets in a low-scoring third and final Twenty20 International in Bangalore to end the series on a high note after losing the first two games.
15 July 2015

BCCI scraps Champions League Twenty20 tournament

The Board of Control for Cricket in India has announced its decision to scrap the multi-nation Champions League Twenty20 tournament with immediate effect.
15 July 2015

We still have to improve with the bat - Kieron Pollard

Despite his Barbados Tridents team being on top of the Caribbean Premier League table, West Indies all-rounder Kieron Pollard says that they still need to do better with the bat.
15 July 2015

Ravi Rampaul satisfied with CPL performance

West Indies pacer Ravi Rampaul is pleased to have snared 10 wickets during the ongoing Caribbean Premier League for his side Barbados Tridents.
15 July 2015

MCC World Cricket Committee meeting concludes

The MCC World Cricket Committee held a two-day meeting at Lord’s on 13th and 14th July wherein a host of cricketing matters were discussed.
15 July 2015

Taylor, McCullum help St Lucia edge Trinidad & Tobago in a rain-affected thriller

Ross Taylor and Nathan McCullum managed to score 17 runs in the final over to take St Lucia Zouks home against Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel in a rain-affected Caribbean Premier League game at the Queen's Park Oval.
15 July 2015

Australia should worry about Smith and Haddin, not Watson - Kevin Pietersen

Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen feels that the Australian team needs to be concerned about the performances of Steven Smith and Brad Haddin rather than targeting all-rounder Shane Watson after the visitors slipped to a 169-run defeat in Cardiff on Saturday.
14 July 2015

Singing the national anthem is the proudest moment of my life - Adam Lyth

England opening batsman Adam Lyth, who made his Ashes debut last week in Cardiff, described singing the national anthem ahead of the game as the proudest moment of his life so far.
14 July 2015

Oman stun Netherlands, UAE open their account

Jatinder Singh played a blinder of innings after Munis Ansari restricted the Netherlands batting line up to take Oman to their second win in the ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier in Edinburgh.
14 July 2015

Ashes betting: England attracting the bulk of bets

William Hill say that almost 90 per cent of all bets they have taken on the second Ashes Test are for England, who are now even money favourites to win the series.
14 July 2015

New Farnley win opens things up at the top

New Farnley beat leaders Pudsey St Lawrence by two runs in a tense finish to open up the JCT 600 Bradford League First Division title race.
14 July 2015

Karkhanis heroics not enough for Bessborough

Bessborough’s first team are now very much embroiled in a relegation scrap after a devastating six-run defeat in a low-scoring Middlesex County Cricket League match away to bottom side North London
14 July 2015

Kedar Jadhav's ton completes Zimbabwe's whitewash

Kedar Jadhav and Manish Pandey rescued India after a poor start to help the visitors complete the whitewash against Zimbabwe, winning the final game in Harare by 83 runs.
14 July 2015

Brad Haddin likely to miss second Ashes Test at Lord's

Australia are likely to be without the services of their experienced wicket-keeper batsman Brad Haddin for the second Test at Lord's, according to reports.
14 July 2015

Legendary fast bowlers share Lord's memories - Cricket World TV

England take on Australia in the second Ashes Test at Lord's, the home of cricket, later this week, but what is it really like playing at such an iconic venue?
14 July 2015

England motivated to win the second Test - Stuart Broad

England pacer Stuart Broad iterated that his team was fully motivated to put the right foot forward in order to win the second Ashes Test which kicks off on 16th July at Lord's.
14 July 2015

Chennai, Rajasthan suspended from IPL for two years

The Indian Supreme Court committee, led by Justice Rajendra Mal Lodha, has proposed a two-year ban on Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals from the cash-rich Indian Premier League tournament.
14 July 2015

Pat Cummins expects Mitchell Johnson to explode at Lord's

Australian pacer, Pat Cummins, has backed Mitchell Johnson to perform well at Lord's, despite a poor performance by the left-arm pacer with the ball in the first Ashes Test in Cardiff.
14 July 2015

We have learned our lessons from Cardiff - Darren Lehmann

Australia's coach Darren Lehmann feels that his team has learned the lessons from the massive 169-run defeat to England in the first Ashes Test in Cardiff.
14 July 2015

Hiken Shah suspended by BCCI for corruption

The Board of Control for Cricket in India has suspended Mumbai cricketer Hiken Shah for a corrupt approach to the game.
14 July 2015

 
 
 
 

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