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Aus coach apologises for Ashes defeat
Australia's coach Darren Lehmann took responsibility on Wednesday for the crushing Ashes defeat to England, saying that his players were desperate to make amends in the final test at The Oval. Read full article
Ashes buck stops with me - Aus director
Cricket Australia's high performance director Pat Howard has taken the blame for the Ashes capitulation and put himself forward as the first person to be held to account in a post-series review. Read full article
NZ seek to continue improvement
Despite missing several key players, New Zealand are confident they can continue their growth as a team when they take on South Africa in two Twenty20 internationals and three one-day internationals this month. Read full article
Australia's Haddin heading home early
Australia wicket-keeper Brad Haddin is returning home early from the Ashes tour of England for family reasons, a team spokeswoman said on Tuesday. Read full article
Six-wicket Ashwin stuns Sri Lanka
Offspinner Ravichandran Ashwin grabbed six wickets as India bowled out Sri Lanka for 183 but then stumbled briefly in reply in a rousing start to the first test on Wednesday. Read full article
Cook not needed by Essex
Essex have decided against recalling England test captain Alastair Cook into their side for the domestic Twenty20 quarterfinal away to Warwickshire on Thursday. Read full article
Duminy to miss NZ T20 series
JP Duminy has been released from South Africa’s Twenty20 squad due to face New Zealand as he has been granted leave to be by his wife’s side as she is due to give birth soon Read full article
'Allround JP provides SA with options'
The emergence of the senior Cape Cobras star, JP Duminy, as a genuine allrounder provides South Africa with new options in test cricket, said Justin Ontong Read full article
Sangakkara happy to say good-bye
Sri Lanka's batting great Kumar Sangakkara has no regrets about his impending retirement, telling reporters on Tuesday that he felt like a "dinosaur" in the dressing room. Read full article
Black Caps eye SA success
New Zealand may be without some of their star players ahead of their tour of South Africa but coach Mike Hesson is confident in the strength of his squad. Read full article
Cricket: Moment of the Week
We bring you video highlights of the best and worst moments of the week. Read full article
This Week in History: August 10-16
What was the most famous duck in test history? Who is the greatest ever Monserrat? Who is the quickest fast bowler of the modern era? Read on for all the answers, and much more! Read full article
Smith to carry burden alone
Faced with the task of rebuilding an Australian team laid low by Ashes failure, Smith's short apprenticeship under the captaincy of Michael Clarke comes to an end with the fifth and final test at The Oval. Read full article
S African team laid low by tummy bug in India
Ten South African cricketers on tour in India were hospitalised at the weekend following food poisoning, three of them during a match on Sunday..... Read full article
India opener Vijay to miss Galle test
India opener Murali Vijay will miss the first test against Sri Lanka with a hamstring injury, team director Ravi Shastri said on Monday. Read full article
India set for Sangakkara's farewell party
India hope to end a 22-year wait for a test series win in Sri Lanka when the three-match rubber marking Kumar Sangakkara's farewell opens in Galle on Wednesday. Read full article
Clarke rubbishes team disunity claims
Australia captain Michael Clarke angrily denied on Monday claims that the disastrous England tour has been plagued by off-field dramas, saying it was "absolute garbage". Read full article
De Kock shines in SA A defeat
Quinton de Kock had to be rushed into action by a South Africa A squad and responded with his ninth List A century in the tri-series match against India A at Chennai on Sunday. Read full article
Australia coach mocked over tweet
Australia coach Darren Lehmann got more than he bargained for when he posted a tweet asking for help in getting tickets to watch an English Premier League football match. Read full article
Anderson recalled into England squad
James Anderson could yet feature in the Ashes series finale after being included in a 14-man England squad named on Sunday for this month's fifth test against Australia at The Oval. Read full article
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