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England and New Zealand will return to Headingley on Saturday morning, hoping for a belated start to the second Investec Test after Friday's washout.
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Pakistani policemen stand guard beside a truck carrying a NATO forces vehicle attacked by gunmen in the outskirts of Peshawar on May 16, 2013.
Cricket Ireland chief Warren Deutrom believes it is important that "the doors remain open" for countries to return to touring Pakistan.
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Cricketers in custody, team executives under scrutiny and frenzied media coverage for all the wrong reasons: This is not the gripping end-of-season climax the Indian Premier League wanted.
The first day of the second Investec Test between England and New Zealand has been washed out after persistent rain at Headingley.
SOUTH African Test batsman Dean Elgar has joined Somerset as temporary overseas replacement for Alviro Petersen who has been called up by his country to play in the ICC Trophy.
South African all-rounder Brady Barends is set to make his debut for Banbury at home to leaders Tring Park in Division 1 of the Serious Cricket Home Counties Premier League tomorrow.
Oxford MCCU's fielders celebrate with bowler Owain Jones as Surrey batsman Tom Jewell trudges off after being given out lbw BEN Kemp took four late wickets as Oxford MCCU hit back in their clash with Surrey in The Parks yesterday.
Horspath seamer Patrick Foster will finally make his competitive debut for Oxfordshire in their Minor Counites Cricket Association Trophy Group 1 match against Cornwall at Challow & Childrey on Sunday .
New Zealand spinner Daniel Vettori has been ruled out of the second Investec Test against England after he was unable to guarantee his fitness over five days.
OLDLANDS almost pulled off a miraculous victory at Abwell on Saturday, but in spite of the strength of character shown and their sheer refusal to accept defeat, too many basic mistakes ultimately cost them.
It's been 16 years since Steeton lifted their only Aire-Wharfe League title but last week's win over Pool sent them up to second in Division One behind Beckwithshaw and starting to look like realistic contenders.
The popular military support group was deluged with calls, donations and demands for its merchandise, prompting its website to go down due to massive internet traffic.
ROBIN D'Souza was pleased to see his Corsham team remain steadfast and notch up their first league win of the season.
WILTSHIRE continued their disappointing form in the MCCA Trophy group matches when they lost by 94 runs to Suffolk on Sunday at Devizes.
Supporters of former Pakistani cricket star and chief of Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf party Imran Khan attend a sit-in-protest to condemn the killing of Zohra Shahid, a senior member of PTI in Karachi, Monday, May 20, 2013 in Islamabad, Pakistan.