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Durham's Rushworth takes 15 wickets in a day
Durham seam bowler Chris Rushworth took 15 wickets on Wednesday as Northants were bowled out twice in less than 3-1/2 hours on their way to an innings defeat. Read full article
Crowe suffers cancer relapse
Former New Zealand cricket captain Martin Crowe has suffered a relapse of his cancer. Read full article
Australia builds artificial pitch for spinners
Australia has built an artificial pitch at the National Cricket Centre in Brisbane to help its batsmen deal with spin-bowling on the slow tracks of the subcontinent. Read full article
Ajmal opts out of T20 event
Suspended offspinner Saeed Ajmal has withdrawn from the national Twenty20 championship to work on his bowling action with former Pakistan tweaker Saqlain Mushtaq. Read full article
NZ cricketer Cairns to face perjury charges
New Zealand cricketing great Chris Cairns vowed Friday he would clear his name shortly before British prosecutors confirmed they would charge him with perjury over match-fixing allegations. Read full article
KP unlikely to play in Surrey's last matches
Kevin Pietersen's faint hopes of an England recall suffered another blow on Monday when Surrey confirmed he was unlikely to play any first-class cricket in the final weeks of the season. Read full article
Sixes tournament could expand in 2015
Following the success of the inaugural Africa Sixes Challenge, the organisers hope to expand the Global Softech Sixes tournament by playing the event in three Southern African countries in 2015. Read full article
Behardien to lead SA Sixes Challenge team
Farhaan Behardien will captain the South African team to take part in the Global Softech African Sixes Challenge which starts at SuperSport Park tomorrow. Read full article
Pak chief admits Mumbai attacks still a hurdle
Pakistan cricket chief Shaharyar Khan admitted on Friday that the inconclusive inquiry into the 2008 Mumbai attacks was a major hurdle in reviving sporting ties between the arch-rivals. Read full article
Global Softech Sixes - Day Four
The fourth and final day of the Global Softech Sixes tournament was held on Sunday at SuperSport Park, Centurion, with the African countries doing battle. Read full article
Srinivasan in limbo as IPL probe extended
India's Supreme Court Monday gave investigators another two months to probe allegations of corruption in cricket as they blocked a bid by ICC president N. Srinivasan to resume his role. Read full article
Babalo Gcuma promoted to national umpiring panel
Cricket South Africa (CSA) announced today that Karl Hurter has been appointed as its Match Officials Administrator and that KwaZulu-Natal’s Babalo Gcuma had been promoted to the National First-Class Panel. Read full article
Court orders Modi's passport to be restored
Former Indian Premier League commissioner Lalit Modi can return to India after the Delhi High Court asked for his passport to be restored on Wednesday. Read full article
Ailing Benaud could call tests from home
Legendary cricket commentator Richie Benaud could call Australia's test series this summer against India from his home if he is not fit enough to be at the grounds, his boss said Wednesday. Read full article
Northants release Andrew Hall
Northamptonshire will release former South Africa allrounder Andrew Hall at the end of the season, the English county announced Tuesday. Read full article
Flintoff relishes return to centre stage
Andrew Flintoff said he had enjoyed being back in the spotlight during English county cricket's Twenty20 finals day with Lancashire but added: "If we'd won it would have been a hundred times better." Read full article
Shaharyar Khan elected as PCB chairman
Former foreign secretary Shaharyar Khan was appointed as chairman of the Pakistan Cricket Board on Monday. Read full article
Kaneria refused final appeal
Danish Kaneria has lost his final legal challenge in an English court against a life ban imposed by the England and Wales Cricket Board for spot-fixing while playing for county side Essex. Read full article
Lloyd to head West Indies selection panel
West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) have named former captain Clive Lloyd the new head of their selection panel, the board said late on Saturday. Read full article
Oldest test cricketer undefeated at 103
The oldest living test cricketer, South Africa's Norman Gordon turns 103 on Wednesday. Read full article
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