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2 hrs ago | The Cricketer International
For all their looking out for each other, M Vijay and Shikhar Dhawan have still not added fifty in an innings outside Asia.
6 hrs ago | BleacherReport
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.
10 hrs ago | West Australian
Peter Siddle is using the second coming of Mitchell Johnson as inspiration in his own quest for a Test recall.
14 hrs ago | The Winnipeg Free Press
CAPE TOWN, South Africa - South Africa's Jacques Kallis retired from all international cricket on Wednesday, as one of the game's greatest allrounders admitted that a swansong at the World Cup next year was "a bridge too far."
14 hrs ago | Outlook
South Africa's Jacques Kallis, one of the greatest all-rounders that the game has seen, today announced his retirement from all forms of international cricket, bringing the curtains down on an illustrious career spanning nearly two decades.
The final of the domestic Twenty20 competition will be held under lights at Manuka Oval on Wednesday, January 28. Photo: Ggaham Tidy Canberra's big summer of cricket keeps getting bigger, with the announcement on Wednesday that Manuka Oval will host the 2014-15 Big Bash League final.
July 13 Moving house is listed among the five most stressful things that can happen in one's lifetime.
Sometimes you just can't help yourself. Sunday night was one of those nights. When the Blacks and the Boks are playing rugby, no matter that it be with seven or 15 men on each side, the blood runs a little quicker than it should, the head a hotter than is prudent and, before it is decent, a cheer slips out.
After England cricketer Moeen Ali is warned not to wear his "Save Gaza" wristband, we look back at some other moments when politics spilled over into sport England cricketer Moeen Ali has been warned not to wear wristbands with political slogans after he took to the field against India displaying the slogans "Free Palestine" and "Save Gaza".
Cape Town - South Africa will pick up more medals in the pool on the final evening of swimming at the Commonwealth Games in Glasgow, if bookmakers are to be believed.
Australia A 4 for 349 beat South Africa A 201 by 148 runs Scorecard and ball-by-ball details Phillip Hughes became the first Australian player to score a List A double-century, a six from the last ball of Australia A's innings blasting him past the previous record set by David Warner.
India's differently abled team whitewashed South Africa in the bilateral series held from June 30 to July 5; skipper Ravi Patil, who is polio-afflicted, is grateful to MS Dhoni for providing kits and clothing for the tour While Mahendra Singh Dhoni has yet to win a Test or one-day series in South Africa, a team of physically challenged cricketers ... (more)
Ian Bell ended his century drought in style after Gary Ballance made his Test-best score as England piled on the runs against India in the third Test at Southampton on Monday.
COMMONWEALTH GAMES: Australia are still top of the medal table after another dominant showing in the pool.
STILL SMILING: Martin Crowe takes a stroll on the Basin Reserve as part of New Zealand's 1992 World Cup team's reunion during the test between New Zealand and India.
Warwickshire director of cricket Dougie Brown says Jonathan Trott is making good progress recovering from a stress-related illness but insists an England return is not an immediate priority.
THE Festival was fine in all respects bar one and that was the most important of all, the cricket.
Updated: Wed Jul 30, 2014 08:43 pm
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