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Cricket | International

Trott to take another break
England batsman Jonathan Trott is set to take another break from cricket due to the same stress issues that forced him to quit the recent Ashes series, according to a report on Thursday. Read full article
Johnson keen to prolong test career
Australia Mitchell Johnson may quit limited-overs cricket to prolong his test career with an eye on the 2015 Ashes series in England, the fast bowler said on Tuesday. Read full article
New Zealand give Craig surprise call-up
New Zealand have included uncapped offspinner Mark Craig in the squad for their three-test tour of West Indies in June, which was announced on Tuesday. Read full article
Eng flops have to take charge - Anderson
England pace bowler James Anderson admits he and his teammates must take more responsibility as they look to bounce back from a woeful Ashes defeat against Australia. Read full article
PCB 'conditionally' supports ICC reforms
The Pakistan Cricket Board on Thursday "conditionally" supported the proposal of three major cricketing countries in bringing changes to the future governance and financial structure of the ICC. Read full article
Aus return to Zim for ODI tournament
Australia will return to Zimbabwe for the first time in a decade later this year to take part in a triangular one-day international tournament, Zimbabwe Cricket said on Thursday. Read full article
Pietersen says still hoping for test comeback
Sacked batting star Kevin Pietersen still hopes to return to international cricket and become the first England player to score 10,000 test runs, according to an interview published on Thursday. Read full article
Moores, Newell in contention for Eng post
Lancashire coach Peter Moores has emerged as a leading contender to become the new England cricket coach, although Nottinghamshire's Mick Newell has also made clear his interest. Read full article
Hafeez quits T20 captaincy
Mohammad Hafeez quit as captain of Pakistan's Twenty20 team on Thursday after it failed to qualify for the semifinals of the World Twenty20 in Bangladesh. Read full article
Cook unable to lift lid on KP axing
England cricket captain Alastair Cook said on Tuesday he was "frustrated" at his inability to reveal the reasons behind Kevin Pietersen's international exile, although he promised all would become clear "soon". Read full article
Carberry rails at Giles, selectors
Michael Carberry has criticised team management for leaving him in the dark about his playing future and questioned selectors over their decision to axe Kevin Pietersen, British media reported. Read full article
Shambolic Eng face rebuilding operation
Humbled 5-0 in the Ashes and overwhelmed in the one-day series in Australia, England's dismal winter ended in total ignominy with an embarrassing 45-run defeat by the Netherlands on Monday. Read full article
Aus cut Cowan, Wade from contracts list
Australia have cut Ed Cowan and Matthew Wade from their list of 18 centrally-contracted players, but handed opener Phillip Hughes another chance to establish himself in the national set-up. Read full article
Stokes has op on self-inflicted wrist injury
England allrounder Ben Stokes has undergone surgery on a wrist injury that he sustained when he punched a locker, the England and Wales Cricket Board announced on Friday. Read full article
Johnson's toe infection spreads to leg
Star Australian paceman Mitchell Johnson is having further problems with an infected toe which forced him out of this month's world Twenty20 tournament in Bangladesh. Read full article
Jayawardene to follow Sanga in T20 exit
Top Sri Lankan batsman Mahela Jayawardene said Monday he would retire from international Twenty20 cricket after this month's World Cup in Bangladesh. Read full article
'Trott's 'con' disrespectful of real illness'
Jonathan Trott's assertion that fatigue had forced him home from the Ashes tour felt like a "con" and would only convince his teammates he had abandoned them, according to Michael Vaughan. Read full article
Injured Clarke ordered to rest
Australia captain Michael Clarke batted with a broken shoulder on the recent tour of South Africa and has been advised to rest, ruling him out of the domestic first class final later this week. Read full article
Trott 'guilty' over Ashes exit
England's Jonathan Trott has revealed he felt a sense of "guilt" after withdrawing early from the Ashes tour debacle in Australia with a stress-related illness. Read full article
Schedule announced for Pak-Aus series
Pakistan on Friday announced a revamped series against Australia in October this year, reducing their test series to two matches to accomodate three one-day internationals. Read full article
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