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26 min ago | The Cricketer International
Your first ODI wicket was Sachin Tendulkar. Your first Test wicket was Brian Lara.
4 hrs ago | The Press On-Line
COVERING UP: The construction of a 2.5 tonne tensile roof at Hagley Oval has proved tricky in recent heavy rain.
5 hrs ago | Fijilive
Tickets for the Laughing Samoans show in Suva tomorrow are sold out. Organisers expect the popular comedians to rock the house when they arrive into Suva tomorrow morning.
9 hrs ago | Cricket World
Australian batsman Shaun Marsh has undergone surgery in Melbourne to repair the elbow he damaged during the Indian Premier League earlier this year.
14 hrs ago | Mail & Guardian
Time to go: Jacques Kallis has turned his back on the chance to play at the 2015 World Cup.
18 hrs ago | Caribbean News Now!
DUBAI, UAE -- To understand more about this golden era of West Indies cricket, we spoke to Trinidad and Tobago Cricket Board members Azim Bassarath and Baldath Mahabir about their memories of the ICC Cricket World Cup 1975 and 1979.
Big centuries to Colin de Grandhomme and Colin Munro set up New Zealand A's comfortable win over Northamptonshire today.
The New Zealand A cricket team's tour of England is off to a good start with a big win over Northamptonshire in a 50-over game on Friday.
Wounded Tiger: A History of Cricket in Pakistan. By Peter Oborne. Simon & Schuster; 624 pages; A 25. Buy from Amazon.com , Amazon.co.uk "WHAT do they know of cricket who only cricket know?" The literary challenge posed by C.L.R. James, a Trinidadian Marxist author, has borne much fruit in recent years, especially in India.
The 21-year old is unlikely to win, still being in eighth place, but achieving such a score on this stage will be satisfying nonetheless.
SAIF Zaib's star continues to rise with the High Wycombe youngster making his limited overs debut for Northamptonshire today.
For all their looking out for each other, M Vijay and Shikhar Dhawan have still not added fifty in an innings outside Asia.
New Zealand lawmakers have unanimously supported legislation which would make match fixing a criminal offense in time for next year's Cricket World Cup.
The recent admission of match-fixing by former Black Cap player Lou Vincent showed that NZ was not immune from match-fixing, Parliament has heard.
India need more than a miracle to save the third Test against England at Southampton, with the visitors staring down the barrel at 112 for four at the end of Day 4, chasing England's distant target of 445.
It's still winter but the days are getting longer. The occasional daffodil is making a mistimed dash at spring while people chat about plans for summer.
Jacques Kallis , the South African legend has announced his retirement from International cricket.
Updated: Fri Aug 01, 2014 11:49 pm
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