Warne backs Bell to come good soon

Legendary Australian leg-spinner Shane Warne has backed England batsman Ian Bell to come up with a good performance very soon in the ongoing Ashes campaign.
29 July 2015

We were simply outplayed - Charlotte Edwards

Captain of the England Women’s team, Charlotte Edwards, conceded that Australia outclassed England in the third One-Day International of the multi-format Women’s Ashes at Worcester.
28 July 2015

Joe Root confident about tackling Mitchell Johnson

England batsman, Joe Root, expressed confidence about England’s preparedness to tackle Mitchell Johnson's threat in the third Ashes Test, which kicks off on 29th July at Edgbaston.
28 July 2015

Brett Lee recollects his 'spirit of cricket' moment with Andrew Flintoff

Former Australian pacer Brett Lee goes down memory lane as he recollects his famous moment with ex-England all-rounder Andrew Flintoff moments after the culmination of the 2005 Edgbaston Test - a moment famously titled as the ‘Spirit of Cricket’.
27 July 2015

Gary Ballance optimistic of comeback

England batsman Gary Ballance, whose poor run of form with the bat cost him his place in the national team for the third Ashes Test, is confident of making a return to the side at the earliest.
27 July 2015

We're determined to reach the final - Sunil Narine

Guyana off-spinner Sunil Narine has voiced his team's intentions of making it to the final of the 2015 Caribbean Premier League after having missed out in the previous two years.
24 July 2015

CPL has helped me improve as a bowler - Marchant de Lange

South African pacer Marchant de Lange, who represents Guyana Amazon Warriors in the Caribbean Premier League, feels that the tournament has helped him to become a better bowler
24 July 2015

We've been gelling well as a team - Andre Russell

Jamaica Tallawahs all-rounder Andre Russell credits his team's success in the ongoing Caribbean Premier League to the remarkably friendly atmosphere in the dressing room.
23 July 2015

Darren Lehmann heaps praise on Australian bowling attack

Australian coach Darren Lehmann expressed pride in his team's bowling attack after their 405-run thrashing of England in the second Ashes test at Lord's on Sunday.
21 July 2015

We can turn things around - Michael Clarke

Australian captain Michael Clarke believes that his team has the firepower to come back hard in the Lord’s Test after having endured a heavy defeat in the first Ashes Test last week in Cardiff.
16 July 2015

Nathan McCullum thrilled after last-ball win over Trinidad & Tobago

St Lucia Zouks all-rounder Nathan McCullum was relieved after his side got over the line in a tense last-ball finish, nailing a four-wicket win over Trinidad & Tobago in the Caribbean Premier League on Wednesday.
16 July 2015

Alastair Cook refuses to be complacent ahead of Lord's Test

England's Test captain Alastair Cook is in no mood to relax despite his team's overwhelming 169-run win over Australia in the first Ashes Test in Cardiff last week.
15 July 2015

We still have to improve with the bat - Kieron Pollard

Despite his Barbados Tridents team being on top of the Caribbean Premier League table, West Indies all-rounder Kieron Pollard says that they still need to do better with the bat.
15 July 2015

Ravi Rampaul satisfied with CPL performance

West Indies pacer Ravi Rampaul is pleased to have snared 10 wickets during the ongoing Caribbean Premier League for his side Barbados Tridents.
15 July 2015

We were outplayed in all the three facets of the game - Michael Clarke

Australian captain Michael Clarke admitted that his team were outplayed in every aspect of the game by England following the 169-run loss in the first Ashes Test in Cardiff.
12 July 2015

Alastair Cook hails England for Cardiff win

Alastair Cook, hailed England's win in the first Ashes Test as the best possible start, after beating Australia by 169 runs in Cardiff and taking a 1-0 lead in the series.
12 July 2015

We performed exceptionally well - Joe Root

England batsman and man of the match in the first Ashes Test, Joe Root, expressed his delight with the massive win against Australia in Cardiff.
12 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

I can be proud of the consistency - Chris Rogers

Australian opening batsman Chris Rogers admitted that he was proud to be consistently contributing to the team, having scored seven consecutive fifties, despite missing out on a couple of hundreds in the process.
10 July 2015

We're in the driving seat - Moeen Ali

After playing the starring role on day two of the first Ashes Test in Cardiff with a half-century and two key wickets, England all-rounder Moeen Ali says his side are in the driving seat against Australia.
9 July 2015


We can still win Ashes - Steven Finn

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