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David Warner to miss remainder of tri-series with broken finger

Australian opening batsman David Warner has been ruled out of the tri-series in the Caribbean after suffering a broken finger during the encounter against South Africa in St Kitts on Sunday.
12 June 2016

Bangladesh appoint Simon Hemlot as high performance programme coach

The Bangladesh Cricket Board has announced the appointment of Simon Hemlot as the head coach of the High Performance Programme of the board which will be conducted between August and October this year.
12 June 2016

Jerome Jayaratne to take over as COO of Sri Lanka Cricket

Sri Lanka Cricket has appointed former all-rounder Jerome Jayaratne as the chief operating officer of the board with immediate effect.
12 June 2016

Darren Bravo wants to make his starts count

West Indies batsman Darren Bravo regrets that he has not converted his starts and is keen to get a big score for the team in the fifth match of the ongoing tri-series against Australia.
12 June 2016

Denesh Ramdin expects high scoring encounters in St. Kitts

West Indies wicket-keeper batsman Denesh Ramdin has predicted high-scoring matches in St. Kitts, where the hosts will take on South Africa and Australia in the second leg of the ongoing tri-series.
12 June 2016

West Indies release Test players for CPL participation

The West Indies Cricket Board has released Jason Holder, Carlos Brathwaite, Denesh Ramdin, Darren Bravo and Devendra Bishoo for participation in the upcoming season of the Caribbean Premier League.
11 June 2016

Alastair Cook, Stuart Broad feature in Queen's Birthday Honours List

England Test skipper Alastair Cook and speedster Stuart Broad were both honoured in the Queen's Birthday Honours List which was announced on Friday.
11 June 2016

2016 Royal London One-Day Cup Week Two - Statistical Preview

With the action-packed week two of Royal London One-Day Cup ready to get underway, let us take a look at the key statistics in play.
11 June 2016

No reason to believe that Pakistan cannot do well in England - Mohammad Yousuf

Former Pakistan batsman Mohammad Yousuf believes that Pakistan are capable of beaten England at home in the upcoming four-match Test series which begins in July.
10 June 2016








Confident start to 2016 season for Farningham

Farningham have made a good start to the 2016 season, with both teams starting confidently. Competition for places is better than it has been for years and there is a buzz of excitement around the club.
10 June 2016

Mahela Jayawardene confirms ICC proposal to reduce margin of umpire's call in DRS

Former Sri Lankan captain Mahela Jayawardene has confirmed that the ICC Cricket Committee has submitted a recommendation to to reduce the margin of umpire's call in lbw decisions made using the Decision Review System.
10 June 2016

New Zealand call up uncapped Jeet Raval for Africa tour

New Zealand Cricket have named a 16-man Test squad for the tour to Zimbabwe and South Africa that includes uncapped batsman Jeet Raval.
10 June 2016

Mohammad Amir issued UK visa

Pakistan speedster Mohammad Amir is set to play a part in his side's tour of England after receiving a visa allowing him to travel to the United Kindom.
10 June 2016