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Ashes still within England's reach - Cook
England captain Alastair Cook insisted his side could yet regain the Ashes despite being held to a 1-1 test series draw by New Zealand. Read full article
SA extend coach Domingo's contract
South Africa have extended the contract of head coach Russell Domingo by two years and appointed Charl Langeveldt as bowling coach, Cricket South Africa (CSA) said on Tuesday. Read full article
McCullum ecstatic as NZ bounce back
New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum praised his side's resilience after they bounced back from a heavy defeat to square their test series with England. Read full article
Anderson, Broad rested for NZ ODIs
England will rest James Anderson, Stuart Broad, Moeen Ali, Ian Bell and Gary Ballance in the five-match one-day series against New Zealand starting next Tuesday. Read full article
Aussie umpire Davis to retire
Australia's Steve Davis will retire after 25 years as an umpire at the conclusion of the forthcoming one-day international series between England and New Zealand. Read full article
Black Caps pull off sensational win
New Zealand offspinners Kane Williamson and Mark Craig shared six wickets as the Black Caps thrashed England by 199 runs in the second test at Headingley on Tuesday. Read full article
Morris has new dimension to his game
Frank self-assessment during his season of pain and a new dimension to his bowling, with the help of James Anderson and Rory Kleinveldt, have aided Chris Morris. Read full article
Shastri to coach India in Bangladesh
Former captain Ravi Shastri was on Tuesday named India's interim coach for next week's tour of Bangladesh after officials failed to appoint a full-time successor to Duncan Fletcher. Read full article
Rogers out of Windies test
Australian opening batsman Chris Rogers has been ruled out of this week's first test against the West Indies with concussion after being struck on the helmet in the nets. Read full article
'England will come out all guns blazing'
Joe Root insisted England were still eyeing a win against New Zealand in the second test at Headingley, insisting they would come out "all guns blazing" on Tuesday's final day. Read full article
This Week in History: June 1-7
The Waugh brothers entered the world during this week in history, as well as the finest exponent of reverse swing in the history of the game. Read full article
Rain stymies New Zealand's victory bid
New Zealand's hopes of forcing a series-levelling win in the second test against England were dealt a blow after rain washed out most of the fourth day's play at Headingley. Read full article
Pak celebrate Zim tour but challenges remain
Pakistan gave a huge sigh of relief on Monday after Zimbabwe's high-stakes, high-security tour ended without major incident, the first top-level international cricket in the insurgency-hit country. Read full article
McCullum, Hesson honoured for NZ success
New Zealand's unprecedented success in reaching the Cricket World Cup final earlier this year has resulted in honours for captain Brendon McCullum and coach Mike Hesson. Read full article
Watling makes light of wounded knee
New Zealand's BJ Watling was described as gritty and gutsy by his teammates after he showed those qualities in a composed innings of 100 not out against England. Read full article
Rain ends landmark series in Lahore
The third and final day-night international between Pakistan and Zimbabwe ended as a no result in Lahore on Sunday after play was ended by a sandstorm followed by rain. Read full article
Watling ton puts NZ in command
BJ Watling became the first New Zealand batsman to score a test century at Headingley as the tourists eyed a series-levelling victory over England on Sunday. Read full article
Zim continues Pak cricket tour despite 'suicide bomb'
Zimbabwe on Saturday said it will continue its cricket tour of Pakistan despite an apparent suicide bombing leaving two people dead outside the stadium during a match between the two sides. Read full article
Boult strikes after Lyth's ton
Trent Boult and Tim Southee led a New Zealand recovery after Adam Lyth scored his maiden test century and Alastair Cook became England's all-time leading test run-scorer at Headingley on Saturday. Read full article
Ronchi happy to enjoy test ride
Luke Ronchi said he was just trying to "enjoy the ride" after his remarkable 88 on his test debut helped New Zealand fight back against England at Headingley on Friday. Read full article
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