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Cricket

This Week in History: July 7-13
Indian cricketers are firmly in the front seats this week as we celebrate the birthdays of three well-known batsmen. Read full article
West Indies beat NZ to level series
New Zealand's batting collapsed under the pressure of an ever-increasing scoring rate as the West Indies claimed a 39-run victory in the second and final Twenty20 International on Sunday. Read full article
De Villiers savours ‘satisfying’ win
Proteas captain AB de Villiers has described South Africa's third ever ODI win in Sri Lanka as a satisfying achievement. Read full article
Flower launches impassioned defence of Cook
Former England coach Andy Flower has launched an impassioned defence of Alastair Cook, describing the under-fire captain as a cricketer who has achieved extraordinary things. Read full article
Proteas win in style
Opener Hashim Amla smashed 109 and Ryan McLaren took two wickets in three balls as South Africa thrashed Sri Lanka by 75 runs in their first one-dayer in Colombo on Sunday. Read full article
LIVE - SL v SA 1st ODI
Thanks for joining our live coverage of the first of three one-day internationals between Sri Lanka and South Africa from the R Premadasa Stadium, Colombo. Read full article
Strauss in KP swearing storm
Former England captain Andrew Strauss was "mortified" and "profusely sorry" after initiating a fresh row regarding Kevin Pietersen by making highly offensive comments about his old test colleague. Read full article
Lee breaks Warne's hand at Lord's
Shane Warne suffered a broken hand after being struck by an unintentional beamer from former Australia teammate Brett Lee in the MCC's seven-wicket win over the Rest of the World at Lord's on Saturday. Read full article
AB expects improved performance
Proteas captain AB de Villiers expects an improved performance from his players in the three-match ODI series against Sri Lanka starting in Colombo on Sunday. Read full article
Black Caps win rain-affected encounter
New Zealand relied on their two most experienced batsmen to defeat the West Indies by 12 runs on the Duckworth/Lewis scoring method in the rain-affected first T20 International at Windsor Park. Read full article
India’s attack key to England series - Dravid
India's largely unproven attack will decide if the tourists win their forthcoming test series in England, according to former captain Rahul Dravid. Read full article
Rain puts Flintoff return on hold
Andrew Flintoff's possible comeback to competitive cricket following a five-year absence was frustrated by the weather in Birmingham on Friday. Read full article
Tahir ready for spin test
Proteas spinner Imran Tahir is relishing the opportunity to bowl to some of the best players of spin in the upcoming ODI series against Sri Lanka. Read full article
Pietersen still dreams of playing for England
Kevin Pietersen says he still harbours dreams of turning out for his country despite being controversially axed from the national team. Read full article
‘Change of pace, composure vital in SL’
Change of pace by the seam bowlers and staying composed when setting or chasing big totals are vital factors if South Africa hope to succeed in the one-day internationals against Sri Lanka, said Eric Simons. Read full article
Amla scores ton in warm-up
Hashim Amla's 79-ball century laid the platform for the Proteas' 108-run win against a Sri Lanka Cricket Board President's XI in Moratuwa on Thursday. Read full article
ICC admits image dented by allegations
N Srinivasan, the new chairman of cricket's world governing body, admitted the sport's image had taken a battering after disgraced New Zealand batsman Lou Vincent was banned for life for match-mixing. Read full article
SL retain Senanayake for SA ODIs
Sachithra Senanayake, who was reported for a suspect bowling action, has been included in the squad for the first two ODIs against South Africa. Read full article
Makhanya to lead SA u19
Sibonelo Makhanya will captain the South African under-19 team which will tour England later this month, Cricket SA (CSA) said on Thursday. Read full article
Broad glad to have Stokes back on board
Stuart Broad has backed Ben Stokes to have as big an impact on the England scene as he did on a Barbados dressing-room locker. Read full article
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