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Shuvo receives serious head injury
Bangladesh's international cricketer Suhrawadi Shuvo was hospitalised Saturday after he was hit on the neck by a bouncer during a domestic league match. Read full article
Zimbabwe stun India in T20 thriller
Zimbabwe rose from the ashes of an embarrassing one-day series whitewash at the hands of India to shock the tourists by two runs in a thrilling Twenty20 international at Harare Sports Club Read full article
Henderson excited by SA spin variety
Proteas spin bowling coach, Claude Henderson, says the squad is fortunate to have variety in the spin attack in action in the Tri-Nation One-Day International (ODI) series in the Caribbean. Read full article
SL complete Ireland whitewash
Kusal Perera and Seekkuge Prasanna both made career-best scores as Sri Lanka beat Ireland by 136 runs in the second one-day international at Malahide on Saturday. Read full article
Amir can't put a foot wrong, warns Alam
Pakistan cricket team manager Intikhab Alam on Friday warned fast bowler Mohammad Amir cannot afford to put a foot wrong on the tour of England where he was caught in a spot-fixing case six years ago. Read full article
Woakes hopes selectors find room for him
Chris Woakes is confident that England selectors will be able to squeeze both Ben Stokes and himself into the starting line-up for the four-match test series against Pakistan starting next month. Read full article
Misbah hopes Eng series ushers in tests in Pak
Pakistan cricket captain Misbah-ul Haq hopes the upcoming test series in England will help spur the return of international cricket to the South Asian nation after a seven-year absence due to security fears. Read full article
Pink ball makes India debut
India will witness its first ever multi-day pink ball game at Kolkata's Eden Gardens from Saturday, a possible precursor to a day-night test later this year in the world's richest cricket market. Read full article
Younis undaunted by Eng attack in Lord's return
Younis Khan has brushed aside the threat posed by England's in-form pace attack as his team prepare to return to the scene of an infamous spot-fixing scandal in 2010. Read full article
Aus looking for consistency ahead of SA clash
Australia head into Sunday’s Tri-Series match against South Africa looking to add some consistency to their game, batsman Usman Khawaja said on Friday. Read full article
SA U19s depart for Sri Lanka
The South Africa under-19s have completed a four-day camp at the Cricket South Africa (CSA) Centre of Excellence in preparation for their tour to Sri Lanka from 23 June to 13 July 2016. Read full article
Umpire Bowden dropped from NZ's panel
Billy Bowden, famous for his quirky signals including raising a crooked finger to signal a dismissal, has been dropped from the country's international panel of officials, New Zealand Cricket announced. Read full article
Shanaka stars as Sri Lanka beat Ireland
Dasun Shanaka enjoyed a dream debut as Sri Lanka beat Ireland in the first one-day international in Malahide by 76 runs on the Duckworth/Lewis method on Thursday. Read full article
Mid Tri-series Q&A with Neil
Neil Manthorp is hosting a Question & Answer session after two of the three rounds of the Tri-Nation series in the Caribbean have been completed. Read full article
‘Sun setting on test cricket is a good thing’
Day-night test is the future of cricket's longest format but the boards should not rush it, according to New Zealand pace great Richard Hadlee. Read full article
India shortlist 21 candidates
A panel including former captains Sachin Tendulkar and Sourav Ganguly will select India's next head coach from a shortlist of 21 candidates by June 22, the country's cricket board (BCCI) has said. Read full article
Bears hoping to have Blast with Wade
Australian international wicketkeeper Matthew Wade will join the Birmingham Bears for the final six matches of the Twenty20 Blast series, the club announced on Wednesday. Read full article
Amla, Tahir lead SA to victory
Hashim Amla struck a fine century before Imran Tahir nabbed seven wickets as South Africa secured a 139-run victory in the sixth match of the ODI tri-series against the West Indies in St Kitts on Wednesday. Read full article
LIVE: WI v SA, Tri-Series
Thank you for your company during our live coverage of the sixth Tri-Nation one-day international between West Indies and South Africa at Warner Park, St Kitts. Read full article
Morkel calls time on first-class career
Albie Morkel has called time on his first-class career, unless coach Rob Walter can convince The Unlimited Titans skipper in the limited formats that his silky all-round skills are still needed. Read full article
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