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Marsa Cricket Summer League gets underway

Last month saw the opening matches of the Marsa Cricket Summer League. This year the tournament will be a two-round, 25-over match league contested by four teams: Krishna CC, Melita CC, Marauders CC and the current holders of the Summer League Shield, Marsa CC.
27 July 2015

Stuart Broad promises improved England performance at Edgbaston

England pacer Stuart Broad believes that his team will come out with a completely improved performance, especially in the batting department, when the third Ashes Test begins at Edgbaston on Wednesday.
27 July 2015

Chris Rogers returns to training

Australian opening batsman Chris Rogers batted on Sunday for the first time since walking off the field during the second innings of the Lord's Test after experiencing dizziness.
27 July 2015

Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel clinch CPL title

Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel defeated reigning champions Barbados Tridents by 20 runs in the final of the Caribbean Premier League in Port of Spain to claim their first ever title.
27 July 2015

Misbah-ul-Haq hints at retirement after probable India series

Pakistan’s Test captain Misbah-ul-Haq has revealed the possibilities of him retiring from international cricket after the probable series against India towards the end of the year.
26 July 2015

Pakistan's tour of Zimbabwe abandoned

The cricketing boards of Pakistan and Zimbabwe have decided to cancel the bilateral limited-overs series between the two teams that was scheduled to take place next month.
26 July 2015

Sri Lanka claim consolation win in dead rubber

Kusal Perera smashed a blazing ton as Sri Lanka bulldozed Pakistan to win the fifth and final One-Day International in Hambantota by 165 runs to end the series on a high.
26 July 2015

Netherlands, Scotland declared joint winners as rain abandons ICC World T20 Qualifier final

Rain played spoilsport again, washing out the final game of the ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier in Dublin, eventually meaning Scotland and Netherlands were the joint winners of the tournament.
26 July 2015

Third Women's Ashes ODI postponed

England and Australia will head back to Worcester tomorrow (27th July) to try to play the third Women's Ashes One-Day International after rain prevented any play at New Road today.
26 July 2015

My Cricket Inspiration...Ravi Rampaul on Glenn McGrath- Cricket World TV

We begin a new series of cricket videos where we found out which players inspired the stars of today when they were growing up, starting with West Indian fast bowler Ravi Rampaul.
26 July 2015

Mark Wood confident of improved performance

England pacer Mark Wood believes that he hasn't performed to his potential during the ongoing Ashes series and is confident of bouncing back in the next Test that begins on Wednesday.
26 July 2015

Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel storm into CPL final

A disciplined bowling effort and a responsible knock from Kamran Akmal in the second semi-final helped Trinidad & Tobago Red Steel storm into the final of the Caribbean Premier League by defeating Guyana Amazon Warriors by six wickets in Port of Spain.
26 July 2015

Netherlands, Scotland advance to final of ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier

Netherlands and Scotland have advanced to the final of the ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier after winning their respective semi-finals while Afghanistan secured victory in the fifth place playoff.
25 July 2015

Mitchell Marsh, Tony Palladino shine as match ends in draw

A counter-attacking half-century from Tony Palladino and a four-wicket haul from Mitchell Marsh were the highlights of the final day's play as the tour game between Australia and Derbyshire culminated in a tame draw in Derby.
25 July 2015

Sreesanth cleared of spot-fixing charges

A New Delhi court has cleared former Indian fast bowler Shanthakumaran Sreesanth of spot-fixing charges relating to the 2013 edition of the Indian Premier League.
25 July 2015

Off The Mark - How it began for...Jason Holder - Cricket World TV

In the latest in our series of 'Off The Mark', we find out how West Indies One-Day International captain Jason Holder first started playing the game.
25 July 2015

Ashes betting: England 11/4 to bounce back

William Hill make England an 11/4 chance to bounce back from an Ashes defeat at Lord's with a victory in the third Test at Edgbaston.
25 July 2015

Pakistan undecided on Zimbabwe tour

The Pakistan Cricket Board have expressed doubts about sending their team to Zimbabwe for either a bilateral One-Day International series or a tri-series featuring West Indies during August and September.
25 July 2015

Injured Wahab Riaz out of Sri Lanka T20s

Pakistan pacer Wahab Riaz has been ruled out of the two Twenty20 Internationals against Sri Lanka after sustaining a hand injury.
25 July 2015

Yorkshire drop Glenn Maxwell for disciplinary reasons

The Yorkshire Vikings dropped Australian batsman, Glenn Maxwell, for the final group stage game against the Birmingham Bears in the NatWest T20 Blast, citing “disciplinary reasons”.
25 July 2015

 
 
 
 

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