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SL finish off England in tense fashion
Sri Lanka beat England with just one ball to spare to win the second test at Headingley by 100 runs on Tuesday and so take the two-match series 1-0. 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
Boycott says Cook could quit as captain
Former England great Geoff Boycott says the "nightmare of Australia is not over" and believes captain Alastair Cook's poor batting form is a "recipe for resignation". Read full article
‘England cannot stand the pressure’
Sri Lanka batsman Mahela Jayawardene said England failed to handle the pressure on the fourth day of the second and final test on Monday. Read full article
Albie still dreaming of test cricket
“I might be in the twilight of my career, but I’m not a spent force and I have not abandoned my dream to represent South Africa in test cricket again,” said Albie Morkel. Read full article
White is the ‘ideal opener’
Almost like Steve Waugh who decided early during his test career that hooking and pulling are forbidden fruit, David White has from a young age done a SWOT-analysis on his own shortcomings and strengths. Read full article
Vatican XI to play Anglicans, Royals
The Vatican's new cricket team is going on tour, playing an Anglican squad at the Kent County Cricket Club and the royal household's XI at Windsor. Read full article
England implode in record chase
Sri Lanka's Dhammika Prasad ripped through England's top-order to reduce England to 57 for five at stumps, chasing 350 to win, on the fourth day of the second and final test at Headingley on Monday. Read full article
This Week in History: June 23-29
A couple of amazing records happened during this week in the history of cricket - the fastest triple-century, as well as 15,000 individual ODI runs. Read full article
Aussies line up busy pre-Cup schedule
Australia will play four tests against India and one-day and Twenty20 series against South Africa, England and India ahead of hosting next year's World Cup, it was announced on Monday. Read full article
Sri Lanka level game with growing lead
Mahela Jayawardene steered Sri Lanka to a lead of more than a hundred runs in the second test at Headingley after Moeen Ali proved an unlikely bowling hero for England. Read full article
NZ spinner reported for suspect action
New Zealand part-time spinner Kane Williamson has been reported for a suspected illegal bowling action and ordered by the International Cricket Council to undergo official scrutiny within 21 days. Read full article
Srinivasan to get nod as ICC chief
Narayanaswami Srinivasan is expected to be anointed as the new ICC chairman at this week's annual conference in Melbourne which is set to address growing concerns about corruption in the sport. Read full article
Robson maiden ton gives England lead
Australia-born opener Sam Robson scored his maiden test century before Sri Lanka checked England's progress on the second day of the second test at Headingley on Saturday. Read full article
Van Wyk named Dolphins player of the season
Morne van Wyk capped a fine first year in Durban when he was named the Sunfoil Dolphins’ player of the season at the KwaZulu-Natal Cricket Union and Durban and Districts Cricket Union awards dinner on Friday. Read full article
Gayle seals series-levelling win
Chris Gayle blasted one of the fastest half-centuries in test cricket history to steer West Indies to an emphatic 10-wicket victory over New Zealand in the second test in Trinidad on Friday. Read full article
Plunkett, Broad nudge England ahead
Liam Plunkett took his test-best figures and Stuart Broad his second test hat-trick as Sri Lanka were bowled out for 257 by England on the first day of the second test at Headingley on Friday. Read full article
Rabada included in Proteas A squad
Cricket South Africa (CSA) today named exciting under-19 fast bowler, Kagiso Rabada, as one of several new caps in the South Africa A squad to travel to Australia for a series of four-day matches. Read full article
CSA spends R200 million per year on transformation
Cricket South Africa (CSA) invests a vast sum of R200 million per year in transformation and pipeline strategies to develop domestic players, of which a large part is focused on nurturing talent. Read full article
Lyon working on 'Australian' carrom ball
Nathan Lyon is coy about the new delivery he has been refining with Muttiah Muralitharan and hopes to unleash on Pakistan in October's test series, describing it only as an "Australian" carrom ball. Read full article
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