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SL coach quits after losing tests
Sri Lanka's coach Marvan Atapattu has quit following the team's defeat by India who recorded their first test series win on the island after 22 years, it was announced on Thursday. Read full article
Wade, Marsh lift Aus to 305
Matthew Wade's quickfire 71 not out revived Australia as the World Cup-winners made 305 for six against England in the first day/night one-day international in Southampton on Thursday. Read full article
Albie relishes captaincy role
When 34-year old Albie Morkel leads the Northerns team onto the paddock in the Africa T20 Cup-match against Western Province on Saturday Read full article
Waugh backs call for no toss
Steve Waugh has backed calls from fellow former Australia captain Ricky Ponting and West Indies great Michael Holding for cricket chiefs to rid test cricket of the toss. Read full article
Johnson, Hazlewood may miss Tigers tests
Mitchell Johnson and Josh Hazlewood could miss next month's test series in Bangladesh so they can rest ahead of a busy summer schedule. Read full article
Lillee quits as tests moved away from WACA
Dennis Lillee quit as president of the Western Australia Cricket Association (WACA) as a new plan unveiled on Thursday showed tests against India, England, and South Africa will move to the new Perth Stadium. Read full article
Pakistan press India for cricket series
Pakistan's cricket chief on Wednesday wrote a letter to the Indian cricket board secretary pressing him for an update on a proposed series between the arch rivals in December this year. Read full article
Amir apologises as fixing ban expires
Disgraced Pakistan paceman Mohammad Amir issued a public apology to fans and players on Wednesday as his five-year ban for spot-fixing expired, vowing to make a fresh beginning. Read full article
Kaushal reported for illegal action
Sri Lanka offspinner Tharindu Kaushal has been reported for a suspect bowling action during the third test against India, the International Cricket Council (ICC) said on Wednesday. Read full article
Clarke takes indefinite break
Former Australian captain Michael Clarke on Wednesday pulled out of his Big Bash League deal with the Melbourne Stars and said he will take an indefinite break from the game. Read full article
Lopsy sets sights on Proteas recall
Lonwabo Tsotsobe has put his hat back into the ring for Proteas international selection following a highly successful tour to India with the South Africa A squad. Read full article
Cummins grateful for Starc support
Australia fast bowler Pat Cummins said Monday he was glad to be able to call on teammate Mitchell Starc for advice as he re-establishes himself as an international cricketer. Read full article
Cricket: Moment of the Week
We bring you video highlights of the best and worst moments of the week. Read full article
Four charged for misconduct in SL test
Three Sri Lankan players and one Indian have been charged for misconduct during the ongoing third test, with details to be revealed after the match, the International Cricket Council said on Tuesday. Read full article
Watson's pads take evasive action
Shane Watson's pads have never tired of planting themselves between ball and stumps but on Monday in Cardiff their failure to do so delivered the ultimate punchline at the Australian's expense. Read full article
Morgan glad to justify Fraser's faith
England Twenty20 captain Eoin Morgan thanked his county boss Angus Fraser after marking his return to cricket with a fine 74 in his side's five-run win over Australia in Cardiff on Monday. Read full article
India clinch series despite Mathews heroics
India overcame a gallant century by Sri Lankan captain Angelo Mathews to win the final test by 117 runs on Tuesday and end a 22-year wait for a series win on the island. Read full article
Cook in search of opening partner
It is test cricket's equivalent of a lonely hearts advert: experienced opener seeks partner for meaningful relationship. Read full article
Getting older not slowing Kallis down
Jacques Kallis’s quest for more cup glory in the T20 format could see the legendary South African allrounder compete well after his 40th birthday for the Sydney Thunder franchise. Read full article
Cape Cobras hit by injuries
A triple injury setback has depleted the ranks of the Cape Cobras left-arm swing bowlers temporarily and has also left the Africa T20 Cup without two of their star attractions. Read full article
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