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Mathews hails 'one-legged hero'
Angelo Mathews hailed Rangana Herath as Sri Lanka's one-legged hero on Wednesday after the veteran spinner played through the pain barrier to once again demolish Australia's batting line-up. Read full article
South Africa A fall to India A
South Africa A’s tough tour to Australia continued on Wednesday after they fell to a three-wicket loss to India A in their second match of the Quadrangular One-Day Series in Townsville. Read full article
Herath spins SL to series whitewash
Sri Lanka completed a rare 3-0 sweep over Australia after left-arm spinner Rangana Herath spun the hosts to a comprehensive 163-run victory in the final test in Colombo. Read full article
India chase top ranking in final test
India will take over top spot in the world rankings if they beat West Indies in the fourth test in Trinidad that starts on Thursday. Read full article
Ackerman set for final day clash
South Africa Emerging’s captain, Marques Ackerman, will go into the final day of the first Cricket South Africa (CSA) Emerging four-day match against Sri Lanka quietly confident of his side’s chances. Read full article
Fit and fired-up Steyn raring to go
After a long injury layoff Standard Bank Proteas strike bowler Dale Steyn is eager to get on the park in the first Sunfoil test match against New Zealand starting at Sahara Stadium Kingsmead on Friday. Read full article
England's Finn out for a month
England fast bowler Steven Finn is set to be out of action for at least a month after suffering a hamstring injury, it was announced on Tuesday. Read full article
England drop Vince for Pakistan ODIs
England dropped struggling batsman James Vince for thir one-day international series against Pakistan, it was announced on Tuesday. Read full article
Ireland suffer Rankin blow
Ireland paceman Boyd Rankin will miss the rest of the season after breaking his leg, it was announced on Tuesday. Read full article
CSA pays tribute to Makhenkesi Stofile
Cricket South Africa (CSA) has paid tribute to the Reverend Makhenkesi Arnold Stofile who died yesterday at his home town of Alice, Eastern Cape, at the age of 72. Read full article
'We have to adapt as soon as possible'
Adaptability will be the focus for the Standard Bank Proteas in the unknown late winter conditions expected in the first Sunfoil test match against New Zealand starting at Sahara Stadium Kingsmead on Friday. Read full article
Silva ton dims Aussie hopes of win
A gritty century from Kaushal Silva gave Sri Lanka a commanding 288-run second innings lead on Tuesday, dimming Australia's hopes of a consolation win. Read full article
Younis back in top five after double ton
Pakistan's Younis Khan is back among the world's top five batsmen following his commanding double century against England at The Oval. Read full article
England face 'tough decisions'
England coach Trevor Bayliss has accepted that "tough decisions" will need to be made when the selectors pick the test squad for the upcoming tour of Bangladesh and India. Read full article
Pakistan fined for slow over-rate
Pakistan have been fined for a slow over-rate in the fourth test against England at The Oval, the International Cricket Council announced on Monday. Read full article
Starc keeps eye on kid brother in Rio
Australian fast bowler Mitchell Starc swelled with family pride Monday after his kid brother Brandon earned a spot in the final of the men's high jump at the Olympics. Read full article
Smith ton gives SA Emerging solid start
Jason Smith returned not out for 124 off 127 deliveries, to lead the South Africa Emerging side to 352/6 (83 overs) at stumps of Day One of the first four-day match at Senwes Park on Sunday. Read full article
'Homeless Pakistan deserve to be No 1'
Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq said his side deserve to be the world's top-ranked test team after they came from behind to draw a four-match series 2-2 in England. Read full article
Herath six-for thwarts Aussies
Centuries from Steve Smith and Shaun Marsh raised Australian hopes of avoiding a whitewash in the final test against Sri Lanka on Monday before the visitors were pegged back by their bogeyman Rangana Herath. Read full article
Cook laments familiar failings
England captain Alastair Cook said his side had still to conquer some longstanding problems after Pakistan had derailed their quest to become the world's No 1 test side. Read full article
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