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Woodlands cut into Pudsey St Lawrence's lead

Second-placed Woodlands cut Pudsey St Lawrence’s lead in the JCT 600 Bradford League First Division to 14 points after beating them at home by one wicket with 13 balls to spare in an enthralling clash.
7 July 2015

Burns, Compton pick out Ashes 2015 players to watch - Cricket World TV

We asked Middlesex pair Joe Burns and Nick Compton to pick their players to watch in this summer Ashes series and perhaps unsurprisingly, they came up with completely different answers.
7 July 2015

Pakistan surge to third position in ICC Test rankings

The record chase of 377 made by Pakistan against Sri Lanka on day five of the final Test in Pallekele ensured them a third spot in the latest Test rankings released by the International Cricket Council.
7 July 2015

Majestic Younis Khan leads Pakistan to phenomenal victory - Cricket World TV

In our latest cricket TV news update, we look back on the third and final Test between Pakistan and Sri Lanka in Pallekele, where a record-breaking innings by Younis Khan sealed the series for Pakistan.
7 July 2015


Bessborough blown away by Harrow

It was a case of going from feast to famine for Bessborough’s first XI on Saturday as they were skittled for only 81 runs by Harrow - a week after scoring their highest total in nearly two years.
7 July 2015



Ashes betting: Australia still favourites despite patriotic punts

William Hill report that Australia remain odds-on Ashes favourites despite a number of patriotic punts on hosts England in the biuld-up to the first Test in Cardiff.
7 July 2015

South Africa pummel Bangladesh yet again

A good toss and an excellent batting display saw South Africa win the second Twenty20 International against Bangladesh by 31 runs in Mirpur and claim the series 2-0.
7 July 2015

There won't be any let up in aggression - Mitchell Starc

Australian pacer Mitchell Starc has issued a warning to his Ashes rivals, stating that there will not be any breathing space for the hosts during the five-match series, which starts on Wednesday in Cardiff.
7 July 2015

Sledging no longer interests James Anderson

England's pace spearhead James Anderson maintains that having verbal volleys with the opponent players does not excite him any more.
7 July 2015

Pakistan take series with scintillating chase

Younis Khan finished with an unbeaten 171 to guide Pakistan to 382 for three, their biggest successful fourth innings chase, to win the third Test by seven wickets in Pallekele and with it, the series against Sri Lanka 2-1.
7 July 2015

St Kitts and Nevis Patriots secure comfortable victory

St Kitts and Nevis Patriots secured a comfortable victory in game 15 of the Caribbean Premier League, after beating the Barbados Tridents by eight wickets with an excellent all-round performance at Warner Park.
7 July 2015

We're well prepared for the Ashes - Adam Voges

Australia's middle-order batsman Adam Voges believes that his team is better prepared for the upcoming Ashes series that begins on Wednesday.
7 July 2015

England, Australia target rise in ICC rankings

With the 2015 Ashes series set to begin on Wednesday, England and Australia will be hoping to boost their rankings apart from their main goal to claim the urn.
7 July 2015

2015 Ashes to be similar to 2005 series - Joe Burns

Middlesex and Australia batsman Joe Burns reckons that this summer's Ashes series has the potential to be as good as the 2005 series, one which he remembers well.
6 July 2015

Lawrence ton puts Sale back on top

Sale returned to the top of Division One of the Vivio Cheshire County Cricket League following a comprehensive 60-run win over third-placed Didsbury.
6 July 2015

Brilliance from Younis and Masood take Pakistan closer to series win

Shan Masood and Younis Khan hit unbeaten tons to put up the biggest fourth innings partnership in Tests for Pakistan of an unbeaten 217 to take their team from a tough position to a fighting distance from a memorable win chasing 377, at stumps on day four of the final Test against Sri Lanka.
6 July 2015

Mithali Raj guides India to eight-wicket win

Mithali Raj played a captain's innings to lead India Women to an eight-wicket win over New Zealand women in the fourth One-Day International in Bangalore as they successfully chased down a target of 221.
6 July 2015

 
 
 
 

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