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New Zealand In Control Despite England Fightback

Kane Williamson hit a brilliant century to help New Zealand to establish a healthy lead before their bowlers took two quick England wickets to put their team well ahead in spite of late England resistance before stumps on day three of the First Test at Lord’s.
23 May 2015

Adam Milne Ruled Out Of One-Day International Series Against England

New Zealand pacer Adam Milne, who missed the latter stages of the 2015 World Cup with a heel injury, has been ruled out of the One-Day International series in England scheduled to begin next month.
23 May 2015

Michael Clarke Focused On West Indies Tour

Australian Test captain Michael Clarke insisted that his team's current agenda will be to focus on the Test series in West Indies starting next month although the Ashes tour isn't far away.
23 May 2015

Sri Lanka Win Curtailed T20 Opener

Sri Lanka Women beat West Indies Women by five runs on the Duckworth/Lewis method after the first Twenty20 International in Colombo was cut short due to bad weather.
23 May 2015

Mushfiqur Rahim In Doubt For India Test

Bangladesh captain Mushfiqur Rahim is doubtful for the one-off Test against India at home next month due to a finger injury.
23 May 2015

Chennai Super Kings Make It To Sixth IPL Final In Thrilling Win

Ashish Nehra and Michael Hussey starred with ball and bat respectively as Chennai Super Kings (CSK) beat Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) in the Second Qualifier by three wickets with one ball to spare to make it to their sixth Indian Premier League (IPL) final setting up a clash with arch-rivals Mumbai Indians.
22 May 2015

Kane Williamson, Martin Guptill Win The Day For New Zealand

Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor added an unbeaten 155-run stand for the third wicket after a 148-run opening stand to ensure New Zealand won all three sessions of day two of the First Test against England at Lord's.
22 May 2015

Mukhtar Ahmed Fires Pakistan To A Win Against Zimbabwe

Mohammad Sami got three wickets on comeback and Mukhtar Ahmed smacked 83 as Pakistan defeated Zimbabwe by five wickets chasing down 172 at the Gaddafi Stadium in Lahore in the first international game played in Pakistan after six years.
22 May 2015

India's Blind Cricketers To Tour England, Bahrain

The Cricket Association for the Blind in India has announced that the Indian blind cricket team will be touring England and Bahrain in May and June respectively.
22 May 2015

Billy Root Scores Double-Century For Sheffield Collegiate

England and Yorkshire batsman and newly appointed England vice captain Joe Root may have been grabbing the headlines recently, but his younger brother Billy showed he is no mean cricketer himself by scoring an unbeaten 218 as Sheffield Collegiate gained a crushing 233-run win over Doncaster Town in the Yorkshire ECB Premier League.
22 May 2015

Anamul Haque Pleased With Healthy Competition In Bangladesh

Bangladesh opening batsman Anamul Haque was thrilled with the healthy competition for spots in the Bangladesh team which he feels has raised the performances of the national side in recent past.
22 May 2015

Shahid Afridi Hopes For More Cricket In Pakistan

Dynamic all-rounder Shahid Afridi sounded optimistic of international cricket returning to Pakistan permanently after the home series against Zimbabwe which begins on Thursday.
22 May 2015

Joe Root Lauds England's Spirited Comeback

England vice-captain Joe Root expressed happiness over his team’s fightback against New Zealand after being under pressure on the first day of the Lord’s Test on Thursday.
22 May 2015

Hansika, Mendis In Sri Lanka T20I Squad

Sri Lanka have named a 14-strong women's squad to take on West Indies Women in their three-match Twenty20 International series which begins this weekend.
21 May 2015

Ireland's Bready Cricket Club Gets ICC's Recognition

Ireland got a major boost after the Bready Cricket Club gained official recognition from the International Cricket Council (ICC) for hosting the shorter formats of the game.
21 May 2015

Ben Stokes, Joe Root Dominate New Zealand On Day One

Ben Stokes and Joe Root scored scintillating half-centuries to resurrect a struggling England innings on day one of the first Test against New Zealand at Lord’s, where the home side ended on 354 for seven.
21 May 2015

Huge Task For England - Dietmar Hamann

Former German soccer legend Dietmar Hamann feels that the England cricket team will face a stiff challenge from New Zealand during the two-match Test series starting on Thursday.
21 May 2015

Brendon McCullum Wants New Zealand To Top ICC Test Rankings

New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum believes his side has the potential to be the top-ranked Test side in the world.
21 May 2015

Alastair Cook Focused On England's Transition Phase

England Test captain Alastair Cook is fully determined to ensure his side’s successful transition phase as they head into a challenging home season with the series against New Zealand from Thursday.
21 May 2015

Barbados Tridents Confident Of Defending CPL Title - Jason Holder

West Indies’ One-Day International captain Jason Holder, who represents Barbados Tridents in the Caribbean Premier League, is upbeat about his side’s chances of defending the title this year.
21 May 2015

 
 
 
 
 
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