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Pakistan select Mohammad Amir for England Tests

Pakistan speedster Mohammad Amir is in line to make a return to Test cricket after being selected in the 17-man squad which will take on England in a four-match series later this year.
5 June 2016

West Indies are in the driver's seat - Sulieman Benn

West Indies left-arm spinner Sulieman Benn has asserted that the hosts are currently in the driver's seat in the ongoing tri-series in the Caribbean after a win against South Africa in the first match.
5 June 2016

James Anderson can break my record - Glenn McGrath

Australian bowling legend Glenn McGrath, who is the most successful fast bowler in Test cricket is confident that England's pace spearhead James Anderson can overtake him.
5 June 2016

Finch, Khawaja included in Australian line-up for West Indies clash

Australian captain Steven Smith has announced a 12-man squad from which he will select the final playing XI for the first encounter against West Indies in the ongoing tri-series.
5 June 2016

Sandeep Patil submits application to be India's coach

India's chief selector Sandeep Patil has submitted his application for the position of the head coach after the Board of Control for Cricket in India has invited seasoned campaigners to apply for the job.
4 June 2016



Bismah Maroof named Pakistan Women's T20I skipper

Pakistan batsman Bismah Maroof has been named as the captain of the Women's Twenty20 International side while Sana Mir has been retained as the captain of the One-Day International side for the upcoming tour of England.
4 June 2016

Pollard, Narine have shown they are important to West Indies Cricket - Phil Simmons

West Indies coach Phil Simmons expressed that Kieron Pollard and Sunil Narine have shown how important they are for the team with their match-winning performances in the first game of the ongoing tri-nation series against South Africa.
4 June 2016

ICC cricket committee recommends mandatory use of British Safety Standard helmet

The cricket committee of the International Cricket Council, after its two-day meeting at Lord’s has recommended that the helmets, which are compliant to the latest British Safety Standards should be made mandatory in international cricket.
4 June 2016

Tinashe Panyangara to miss India series due to back injury

Zimbabwe speedster Tinashe Panyangara will not be a part of the squad which will take on India in the upcoming limited overs series due to a back injury.
4 June 2016

Schiedam to host sixth European Continental T20 tournament

Schiedam in the Netherlands will host the sixth edition of the European Continental T20 tournament from 23rd to 25th June with five teams set to compete.
3 June 2016

Authors Cartledge and Lane win prestigious book prize

Authors Eliot Cartledge and Tim Lane have won the Littlehampton Book Services Book Of The Year award at the Cross Sports Book Awards for their book 'Chasing Shadows: The Life and Death of Peter Roebuck'.
3 June 2016

Dennis G860 is 'perfect' for Principality Stadium

The Dennis G860 is the "perfect" machine for Cardiff's Principality Stadium, according to head groundsman Lee Evans.
3 June 2016

Kyle Coetzer joins Gateshead College coaching team

Scotland international Kyle Coetzer has joined the North East's leading sports college Gateshead College as assistant cricket coach to Mick Armstrong.
3 June 2016

Greetham Valley GC in control - thanks to SISIS

A SISIS Rotorake TM1000 has helped Adil Porter, course manager at Greetham Valley Golf Club, get thatch build-up under complete control.
3 June 2016

Charlie Shreck, Niall O'Brien and Ed Barnard handed penalties by ECB

The Cricket Discipline Commission of the England and Wales Cricket Board has penalised Charlie Shreck, Niall O’Brien and Ed Barnard for breaching the Discipline Code.
3 June 2016

Adil Rashid signs contract extension with Yorkshire

England leg-spinner Adil Rashid has extended his contract with Yorkshire by signing a three-year deal which will keep him at the club till 2019.
3 June 2016

BCCI clears Indian Women for participation in overseas leagues

The Board of Control for Cricket in India has given clearance for the Indian Women cricketers to take part in the overseas leagues in Australia and England provided that the contracts are approved by the board.
3 June 2016

Jason Holder expecting good things from West Indies in tri-series

West Indies captain Jason Holder is confident of the squad picked for the upcoming tri-series against South Africa and Australia and is looking forward to some good performances from the side.
3 June 2016