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Ashes 2013: Michael Clarke and Brad Haddin insist Australia ready to reclaim the urn against England
Australian cricket captain Michael Clarke and deputy Brad Haddin insist Australia's disastrous series in India is history with the team fired up to win back the Ashes from England.
Tue May 21, 2013
Rain pain for Sussex
England's 10 lowest ODI totals: 86 v Australia, Old Trafford, 2001 88 v Sri Lanka, Dambulla, 2003 89 v New Zealand, Wellington, 2002 93 v Australia, Headingley, 1975 94 v Australia, Melbourne, 1979 101 v New Zealand, Chester-le-Street, 2004 103 v South Africa, The Oval, 1999 104 v Sri Lanka, Colombo 2007 107 v Zimbabwe, Cape Town, 2000 110 v ... (more)
Mon May 20, 2013
Coach Small packs kit and leaves the Warriors
Greg Small had been named coach of the year and received the Bob Simpson Award at Sydney grade cricket's night of nights.
Video: will Broad clean up Aussies?
Stuart Broad's stunning seven-wicket haul tore the heart out of New Zealand's batting line-up and probably scared the life out of at least a couple of Aussie willow-wielders. Broad combined brilliantly with swing-bowling ace James Anderson, who earlier in the match became just the fourth Englishman to take 300 Test wickets, to skittle the Black ... (more)
Zondeki retires from all cricket
Cape Cobras and former South African bowler, Monde Zondeki, 30, has decided to call an end to his cricket career following persistent back injury problems.
Caribbean News Now!
Caribbean Premier League franchises ready and waiting
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados -- With the start of the inaugural Caribbean Premier League tournament less than three months away, CPL officials have recently concluded a tour of the six franchise countries Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Guyana, Jamaica, St Lucia and Trinidad and Tobago meeting with government ministers of sports and tourism, cricket board ... (more)
Carberry inspires Royals win
Sri Lanka 269-7 Innings Complete v England 150 . Sri Lanka beat England by 119 runs England are still without a one-day win in Sri Lanka for 25 years after slumping to a humiliating 119-run defeat in the first ODI in Dambulla.
Sun May 19, 2013
Fall of big-named cricketer may 'help' stamp out corruption: Ian Chappell
There was a time when cricket looked upon T20 as a saviour. However, following revelations of another major corruption scandal in the lavish spending IPL, officials must now be wondering about the wisdom of opening up more fixing avenues to the crooks.
Premier Cricket: Hawks bring back seasoned coach
Monash University has signed former Sri Lanka A boss Stan Nell to coach the Hawks for the next two Premier Cricket seasons.
England to tour West Indies in February
St.John's , May 19 : England and the West Indies will play three Twenty20 matches and three One-Day Internationals in the Caribbean early next year, the West Indies Cricket Board announced.
Sat May 18, 2013
The Cricketer International
Injured Welegedara doubtful for Champions Trophy
Chanaka Welegedara is in doubt for the Champions Trophy after sustaining a foot injury during Rest of Sri Lanka's List A match against Sri Lanka A on Friday.
Fri May 17, 2013
The New Zealand Herald
Cricket: Leadership comes in different ways
Ross Taylor mightn't adjust the field and deliver the team talks any more in the New Zealand team, but he led by example with the bat against England.
The Cricketer International
Tharanga century leads Rest of Sri Lanka to victory
Rest of Sri Lanka 259 for 7 beat SLC Combined XI 258 for 8 by 3 wickets Scorecard Rest of Sri Lanka snuck home with two balls to spare and three wickets in hand against SLC Combined, to score their third win in as many matches in the List A tri-series in Pallekele.
James Anderson: King of the swingers
The moment, when it arrived, was like so many of the other golden ones James Anderson has delivered to England cricket fans over the past decade: a rapid delivery, shaping away, taking the edge and caught in the slips.
Hawkes Bay Today
Cricket: How eyeing return to Black Caps
Jamie How is incrementally working towards making his way back into the Black Caps squad in the mould of Peter Fulton.
The New Zealand Herald
Cricket: Short-changed by short series
New Zealand captain might be treating this as the fourth of five matches, but two-test tours are still dispiriting The third test against England in New Zealand in March, a potential decider, could not have offered more drama.
Thu May 16, 2013
Obstructing the field: History of the unusual mode of dismissal
Yusuf Pathan became the first player in the history of the Indian Premier League 2013 to be given out obstructing the field © PTI In the Indian Premier League 2013, Yusuf Pathan became the first person in the tournament's history to be given out obstructing the field.
Wall Street Journal
Tour Leaves Bangladesh Bruised
Mushfiqur Rahim, who now says he regrets quitting as Bangladesh captain, bats on day three of the second Test against Zimbabwe in Harare on April 27.
The rise and fall of Sreesanth
Kochi, May 16 : Things, at the moment, appear bleak for fast bowler S. Sreesanth, one of the most colourful personalities in Kerala, who shot into prominence by becoming only the second person from the state to represent India in cricket.
Aust announce condensed ODI series v Eng
Australia's five-match series of one-day internationals against England will be condensed into a 15-day period in January 2014, Cricket Australia announced on Thursday.