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CHAIRMAN Neville Dennett is predicting a bright future at Corsham cricket club and hailed the achievements of his young players as the greatest in the club's history.
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4 hrs ago | The Peninsula
LAHORE, Pakistan: Pakistan left out opener Nasir Jamshed and middle-order batsman Umar Amin from their 15-man squad for the five-match one-day series against Sri Lanka starting in Sharjah from Wednesday.
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Centurion Steve Smith and Mitchell Johnson have combined for a 54-run partnership to give Australia the advantage at stumps on day one of the third Ashes Test.
Gayle injured a hamstring on the West Indies tour of India last month and has not recovered, while big-hitting allrounder Kieron Pollard is also missing due to having treatment on knee injury.
Only a downpour prevented Jesse Ryder from yesterday adding to the deluge of runs he has scored this summer in search of an international return.
There's a determined chin-up attitude in the West Indies camp, and put much of that down to proceedings over the last two days in Dunedin a week ago.
Cricket Tell the Weather is set to perform at Voices Cafe in Westport, Conn., on Saturday, Dec. 14, 2013.
The 33-year-old is a top order right hand batsman who also bowls off breaks, and is vastly experienced.
Quinton de Kock claimed a piece of history, but the rain had the final say on the series between South Africa and India, with the match abandoned.
The troubles of Ashes captaincy have given Alastair Cook some wakeful moments already this winter - but he is still keeping the stress levels under control.
A century from Ross Taylor helped New Zealand to 307 for six on the opening day of the second Test against West Indies in Wellington.
Former Hampshire batsman Michael Lumb will pass up the chance to return to the Indian Premier League after signing a new contract with Nottinghamshire.
She said: "Rob coped with the challenge of facing the end of his life just as he did the challenge of leukaemia - with courage, calmness and bravery.
Former Kent coach Paul Farbrace has become the frontrunner to take charge of the Sri Lanka national side after holding positive talks with the country's cricket board.
IS IT THE WRONG 'UN? The proposed new pavilion at the Basin Reserve could alter the ground's aerodynamics and take away the home advantage the Black Caps have long enjoyed, experts say.
Supporters of the Bangladesh Awami League form a human chain to protest against the ongoing blockade organised by Bangladesh Nationalist Party activists and Islamist allies in Dhaka.