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Emotional farewell for Hughes
Cricketing luminaries bid an emotional farewell to Phillip Hughes at a funeral service held in his home town on Wednesday. Read full article
WI determined to take the fight to SA
West Indies captain Denesh Ramdin says they are determined to show "fight and determination" against the world's No 1 test side South Africa despite missing two of their best players. Read full article
Knights mull over bonus-point tactics
The Knights may need to beat the Highveld Lions with a bonus point to make their Ram Slam T20 encounter at the Diamond Oval count, but that does not mean the hosts will go out all guns blazing on Wednesday. Read full article
Cobras unleash big guns v Warriors
The Nashua Cape Cobras will unleash their two big guns, Hashim Amla and Dale Steyn, for the Ram Slam T20 Challenge match against the Chevrolet Warriors on Wednesday at Boland Park in Paarl. Read full article
‘Proteas won't underestimate Windies’
While the West Indies come into the three-test series against hosts South Africa amid player wage disputes and a string of poor performances Read full article
Ajmal’s action to be reassessed
Pakistan cricket chiefs said on Tuesday they are seeking a reassessment of Saeed Ajmal's bowling action which was deemed illegal in September, Read full article
Gul's return boosts Pakistan ahead of T20s
Paceman Umar Gul's return boosts former world champions Pakistan against an under-strength New Zealand in the two Twenty20 internationals starting in Dubai on Thursday. Read full article
Don't ban bouncers - Sehwag
Banning bouncers following the death of Australia's Phillip Hughes would be unfair on bowlers because batsmen always have the option of ducking under short-pitched deliveries. Read full article
Lions looking to gain some momentum
The bizhub Highveld Lions will have honour and a home semifinal to play for ahead of their final group stage match against the Chevrolet Knights at De Beers Diamond Oval. Read full article
ICC names umpires, officials for WCup 2015
The International Cricket Council on Tuesday named four World Cup winners in a 25-member match officials' team for next year's World Cup, setting the ball rolling with 73 days to go for the mega event. Read full article
Mourners converge on Macksville
Mourners, led by Australian cricket captain Michael Clarke, are converging on the small rural town of Macksville ahead of Wednesday's funeral service for Phillip Hughes. Read full article
New faces in Proteas test squad
Robin Peterson has been recalled to the Castle Lager Proteas test squad for the three-match Sunfoil Series against the West Indies later this month. Read full article
This Week in History: December 1-7
A brilliant wicketkeeper and a dazzling allrounder were born during this week in history, and a fearsome fast bowler sadly passed away, aged 44. Read full article
No pressure on Aus players for Adelaide test
Cricket Australia will be understanding of players who feel uncomfortable about playing in the wake of the death of Phillip Hughes when the rescheduled India test series starts next week. Read full article
World Cup warm-ups announced
A series of World Cup warm-ups were announced on Tuesday with South Africa facing Sri Lanka and New Zealand, England taking on the West Indies and Pakistan. Read full article
Smith replaces Gayle for SA series
Devon Smith is to replace the West Indies injured star batsman Chris Gayle in the squad for the tour of South Africa the selectors announced on Monday. Read full article
Australia-India dates confirmed
The first cricket test between Australia and India will now take place in Adelaide as part of a major reshuffling of the series following the death last week of Australian batsman Phillip Hughes. Read full article
Waqar satisfied despite final test defeat
Pakistan cricket coach Waqar Younis on Monday termed his team's performance over five tests as "extremely good" as they beat Australia 2-0 and levelled the series against New Zealand 1-1. Read full article
‘Confidence in youngsters delivered results’
The aggressive attacking by the spinners in the middle overs and the confidence shown by the leadership team in the inexperienced young players powered the Cobras to a home-final. Read full article
Mukuddem appointed interim CEO at EP cricket
The Eastern Province Cricket Board have appointed former Bermuda captain Saleem Mukkudem as their interim CEO with immediate effect, they said in a statement on Monday. Read full article
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