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Wisden lauds Sangakkara, Lanning
Sri Lanka great Kumar Sangakkara has been named as the Leading Cricketer in the World in the 2015 Wisden Cricketers' Almanack. Read full article
Hafeez confident of clearing action
Pakistan's veteran allrounder Mohammad Hafeez says he is confident of resurrecting his career with a remodelled bowling action five months after it was declared illegal. Read full article
Cook scores first century since 2013
England captain Alastair Cook scored his first century for his country since an Ashes warm-up game in November 2013 before retiring on 101 not out against a St Kitts Invitational XI on Tuesday. Read full article
KKR, KXIP could repeat their heroics of 2014
One cannot deny the claims of the star-studded Kings XI Punjab and Kolkata Knight Riders to contest the final of the IPL on 24th May. Read full article
Maqsood to miss Bangladesh tour
Pakistan batsman Sohaib Maqsood will miss this month's limited over series in Bangladesh with a hand injury, the country's cricket board said on Tuesday. Read full article
Ajmal happy eight-month 'torture' is over
Saeed Ajmal on Saturday said he was delighted his eight-month "torture" which saw him suspended for an illegal bowling action was finally over after being recalled to the national side. Read full article
Guptill recalled to NZ test squad
The return of World Cup star Martin Guptill and a call-up for fast-bowler Matt Henry headlined the New Zealand test squad named on Saturday for the series against England starting next month. Read full article
Pakistan name squads for Bangladesh tour
Pakistan recalled star spinner Saeed Ajmal in all three formats as selectors announced the squads for the national side's Bangladesh tour on Friday. Read full article
Sri Lanka selectors quit
Sri Lanka's cricket selectors, headed by Sanath Jayasuriya, quit on Friday to allow new management to take over the island's cricket governing body, which has been mired in allegations of widespread corruption. Read full article
Delhi can go all the way - JP
The Delhi Daredevils have the personnel to go all the way, but a good start and momentum will be crucial if the team wants to have a crack at the IPL title, says JP Duminy, new captain of Delhi. Read full article
Paterson’s fitness levels compare to Ntini
One season ago, his future was uncertain, his first-class career in turmoil and his lack of consistency widely questioned. Read full article
KP 'not on England radar' - Moores
Kevin Pietersen "isn't on the radar" for an England recall, coach Peter Moores told reporters on Thursday as his squad prepared to fly out to the West Indies. Read full article
‘NZ need BMac at helm to keep winning’
Brendon McCullum's inspirational captaincy has lifted New Zealand and the flamboyant batsman should continue leading the side in all three formats at least until next year's World Twenty20. Read full article
Lehmann defends Haddin
Australia cricket coach Darren Lehmann has defended wicketkeeper Brad Haddin and the team's vocal aggression during their World Cup final win over New Zealand. Read full article
SL urges Sanga retirement rethink
Sri Lanka's sports minister on Wednesday urged the world's No 1 batsman Kumar Sangakkara to reconsider plans to retire from test cricket and urged him to play on for another year. Read full article
Hafeez to undergo reassessment of bowling action
Pakistani allrounder Mohammad Hafeez will undergo a reassessment test on his bowling action in India on April 9 to try to revive his struggling career, a statement said Wednesday. Read full article
ICC president quits over WCup trophy snub
Mustafa Kamal resigned as president of the International Cricket Council on Wednesday, saying he had been prevented from presenting the World Cup trophy. Read full article
Starc sidelined for up to three weeks
Australia fast bowler Mitchell Starc, the player of the tournament at the recent cricket World Cup, will be out for up to three weeks after suffering a minor knee injury. Read full article
Burns to plot Australia comeback in India
Queensland batsman Joe Burns is determined to avoid membership of the burgeoning club of Australian batsmen who have made brief cameos in the test team . Read full article
NZ's Mills follows Vettori into retirement
Pace bowler Kyle Mills has followed teammate Daniel Vettori into retirement from international cricket after New Zealand's loss to Australia in Sunday's World Cup final. Read full article
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