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Rhodes five-for sets up England U19 win
Will Rhodes took five wickets to set England's U19s up for a two-wicket victory against the Coca-Cola South Africa U19s in the first Youth One-Day International of the five-match series at Edgbaston on Friday. Read full article
Day two of A-team test rained out
Day two of the second unofficial four-day test between Australia A and South Africa A was abandoned without a ball being bowled because of rain in Townsville on Friday. Read full article
England dominate opening day
India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni stood alone as the tourists suffered yet another batting collapse to hand England the advantage on the first day of the fifth and final test at The Oval. Read full article
Five-star Herath baffles Pakistan
Test cricket's top-ranked spinner Rangana Herath skittled Pakistan's top order on way to surpassing the 250-wicket mark to put Sri Lanka on top in the second test in Colombo on Friday. Read full article
Dhoni has no problems with day off
India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni has defended his decision to take a day off in the run-up to the fifth and final test against England at The Oval. Read full article
Ontong, Bavuma give SA A solid start
South Africa A skipper Justin Ontong and Temba Bavuma (55) laid the foundation for a strong finish for their side on day one of the second unofficial test against Australia A in Townsville on Thursday. Read full article
Dolphins dump Chellan
Jesse Chellan, the current chief executive of the Sunfoil Dolphins, will not have his contract renewed after the KwaZulu-Natal Cricket Union (KZNCU) board decided that “new ideas and fresh energy” were needed. Read full article
‘Anderson on a par with world No 1 Steyn’
England fast bowler James Anderson ranks alongside South Africa's world No 1 Dale Steyn and possesses more skill, his captain Alastair Cook said on the eve of the fifth test against India. Read full article
Broad nets for England
England paceman Stuart Broad took part in a net session on Thursday, on the eve of the fifth test against India, while wearing a splint to protect his broken nose. Read full article
CSA announce newly contracted women’s players
Cricket South Africa (CSA) today announced the expanded list of nationally contracted members of the Momentum Proteas women’s team. Read full article
Pakistan pace bowlers bounce back
Mahela Jayawardene scored four streaky runs in his last test as Pakistan's bowlers dismantled Sri Lanka's first innings at the start of the second and final match in Colombo on Thursday. Read full article
England's Ali learning on the job
Moeen Ali admitted on Wednesday he had endured a steep learning curve in his brief England career. Read full article
Broad and Dhoni miss training
England's Stuart Broad and India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni both missed their teams' respective training sessions at The Oval on Wednesday ahead of the fifth test, which starts on Friday. Read full article
Proud Muslim Moeen emerges as cult figure
A proud Muslim of Pakistani descent featuring a luxuriant black beard has become a cult figure after performing heroics with the ball during England's spirited fightback in the current series against India. Read full article
Qasim urges Pak to boost spin reserve
Pakistan's former spin great Iqbal Qasim on Wednesday urged the country's cricket chiefs to groom more young slow bowlers after Saeed Ajmal was reported for suspect action. Read full article
Misbah backs Ajmal to be cleared
Pakistan are not worried about Saeed Ajmal having been reported for a suspect bowling action and are confident that the ace offspinner will be cleared, captain Misbah-ul-Haq said. Read full article
Emotional SL eye winning farewell for Mahela
Sri Lanka are determined to send former captain Mahela Jayawardene into retirement with a victory in the second and final test starting Thursday against a fragile Pakistan and a 2-0 series sweep. Read full article
Half a DRS better than nothing?
The Inside Edge panel - Pommie Mbangwa, Robin Jackman and Shaun Pollock - talks about the validity and value of having only a partial DRS available for matches. Read full article
Cricket: Moment of the Week
Every week we will bring you the highlights of the best catches, biggest hits, amazing wickets, the finest strokes, and sometimes the bizarre and controversial. Read full article
Taylor hopes Zim performance leads to more tests
After a year without test cricket, Zimbabwe captain Brendan Taylor praised his side's competitiveness against top-ranked South Africa that suggests they deserve a greater share of the international calendar. Read full article
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