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Easy win over Jamaica keeps Barbados Tridents on top

Riding on their captain's unbeaten fifty, the Barbados Tridents stayed on top of the points table with a 17-run win over the Jamaica Tallawahs in the 21st match of the Caribbean Premier League at Sabina Park.
12 July 2015

Perkins, bowlers star in Trinidad & Tobago win

William Perkins played a sizzling knock for Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel after their bowlers restricted St Kitts and Nevis Patriots to 146, going on to win the game by six wickets in match 20 of the Caribbean Premier League at Warner Park.
11 July 2015

Netherlands, Jersey coast to huge wins

Coming back from a defeat in their opening game, Netherlands managed to defeat Scotland by 32 runs in game eight of the ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier 2015 in Edinburgh.
11 July 2015

Ashes betting: England now favourites following Cardiff win

After their crushing 169-run win over Australia in the first Ashes Test in Cardiff, William Hill now make England evens favourites to win the series.
11 July 2015

England go ahead in the series with the perfect game

England produced a wonderful bowling effort in the fourth innings to bowl Australia out for 242 and win the first Ashes Test in Cardiff by 169 runs and go 1-0 up in the five-match series.
11 July 2015

All-round performance from Hafeez powers Pakistan to win

Mohammad Hafeez turned in a stunning all-round performance to help Pakistan win the first One-Day International against Sri Lanka in Dambulla with relative ease by six wickets chasing down 255 in under 46 overs.
11 July 2015

Whatever I seemed to hit came off today - Devine

Sophie Devine could not have hoped for a better day after she stepped in to captain New Zealand Women against India, scored an 18-ball half-century and led the team to an eight-wicket win in the first Twenty20 International.
11 July 2015

Chris Adams joins Netherlands coaching staff

Former England cricketer Chris Adams has joined the Netherlands cricket team as an assistant coach for the ongoing ICC T20 World Cup qualifiers played in Scotland.
11 July 2015

Off The Mark - How it began for...Daniel Vettori - Cricket World TV

A brand new series takes a look at how cricketers from the past and present first started playing and what it was about cricket that got them hooked. We start with New Zealand's Daniel Vettori.
11 July 2015

Sophie Devine smashes New Zealand to victory

Sophie Devine smashed a record 18-ball half-century in an innings of 70 in 22 balls to hurry New Zealand Women to an eight-wicket win over India Women in the first Twenty20 International in Bangalore.
11 July 2015

St Kitts and Nevis Patriots secure victory despite Andre Fletcher fifty

St Kitts and Nevis Patriots romped home to a 26-run victory over St Lucia Zouks in the 19th match of the Caribbean Premier League, riding on the back of a good all-round display at the Warner Park.
11 July 2015

Ireland, Kenya, Nepal and Afghanistan register big wins

Ireland, Kenya and Nepal recorded their first wins while Afghanistan secured their second victory as the ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier 2015 moved into its second day.
10 July 2015

Rabada helps South Africa demolish Bangladesh

Kagiso Rabada took a six-wicket haul on debut as South Africa thumped Bangladesh chasing down a modest 160 with eight wickets and nine overs to spare in the first One-Day International of the series, a rain-curtailed game in Mirpur.
10 July 2015

England favourites after setting Australia 412 to win

Joe Root and Ian Bell struck pretty half-centuries as England ended Australia’s first innings quickly and then scored a brisk 289 to set Australia a target of 412 at stumps on day three of the first Test in Cardiff.
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