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This Week in History: June 30 - July 6
This is a week for fast bowlers, as we celebrate the birth of three speedsters - two of them South Africans - across 60-odd years. Read full article
New Zealand claim memorable win
Trent Boult captured the final West Indies wicket in the third over with the second new ball to give New Zealand a 53-run win in the third test in Barbados on Monday and a 2-1 series victory. Read full article
Creating winning formula is key - Amla
The Proteas have the chance to regain their status as the top-ranked test nation in their upcoming tour of Sri Lanka, but newly-appointed captain Hashim Amla says it will not be his side's main concern. Read full article
Australia, NZ push on with day-night tests
Cricket Australia said Monday it is pushing ahead with plans to stage an historic day-night test match with New Zealand, possibly as early as the 2015-16 season. Read full article
Gayle out of Windies T20 squad
West Indies selectors have rested opening batsman Chris Gayle from the back-to-back T20 Internationals against New Zealand on July 5 and 6 at Windsor Park in Dominica. Read full article
Williamson ton fuels big NZ lead
Kane Williamson put New Zealand in control at 331 for seven in their second innings, a lead of 307 runs, on a rain-shortened fourth day of the third test at Kensington Oval on Sunday. Read full article
Can AB outplay prolific Sangakkara?
The recent test statistics might favour Kumar Sangakkara to be the leading practitioner with the bat in test cricket and to be the most dominant force when Sri Lanka and South Africa meet in July. Read full article
Road to World Cup starts in Sri Lanka
The road to the World Cup starts here according to Proteas coach Russell Domingo, referring to the tour of Sri Lanka where his side will take on the home side in their conditions. Read full article
Trott set for county comeback
Warwickshire have named England batsman Jonathan Trott in their 13-strong squad for Sunday's County Championship match against Nottinghamshire. Read full article
SA snubbed by ICC
West Indies cricket president James Cameron and Pakistan board chairman Najam Sethi have been awarded seats on the International Cricket Council's new executive committee. Read full article
Eng still suffering Ashes hangover - KP
Kevin Pietersen has said an "underlying current of unhappiness" within the England side that developed during the Ashes was still at work and had played its part in the team's test series defeat by Sri Lanka. Read full article
NZ grab initiative in Barbados
Kane Williamson and Brendon McCullum lifted New Zealand to 123 for three, a lead of 99, at stumps on the third day of the third and final test against West Indies at Kensington Oval on Saturday. Read full article
Rain frustrates India in tour match
Rain meant no play was possible on the second day of India's opening warm-up match of their tour of England, against Leicestershire at Grace Road on Friday. Read full article
Rain restricts West Indies
Steady rainfall limited play on the second day of the third and final test between the West Indies and New Zealand to just 33.2 overs with the home side reaching 169 for two. Read full article
Pak hope rule change aids banned Amir
Fast bowler Mohammad Amir could play in domestic competitions before his five-year ban ends in September 2015 if the Pakistan Cricket Board gets its way. Read full article
Pak, India agree on six series from next year
Pakistan and India will revive cricketing ties next year after agreeing to play six series from 2015 until 2023. Read full article
ICC chief embarrassing - Paul Marsh
The head of the organisation which represents the world's top cricketers has described as "embarrassing" the appointment of Indian industrialist Narayanaswami Srinivasan as chairman. Read full article
Warne implores Cook to quit captaincy
England skipper Alastair Cook has got only worse after the team's Ashes drubbing last year and should quit test captaincy or take a break from the game, according to Australian spin great Shane Warne. Read full article
New leadership for cricket players' body
South Africa's Tony Irish was appointed executive chairman of the Federation of International Cricketers' Associations (Fica) in Melbourne on Friday, following the recent resignation of Paul Marsh. Read full article
Benn, Roach put Windies on top
Sulieman Benn's five-wicket haul gave the West Indies the initiative as New Zealand were dismissed for 293 on the opening day of the third test at Kensington Oval in Barbados on Thursday. Read full article
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