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Cricket | International

England new boy Curran has need for speed
England newcomer Tom Curran believes he can bowl even quicker after taking three wickets on his international debut. Read full article
Broad hopeful of playing Lord's test v SA
Stuart Broad is hoping to be fit for the first test against South Africa but the recovering paceman would first like to see if he can send down 10 overs for Nottinghamshire in the Royal London One-Day Cup... Read full article
Ford steps down before Zimbabwe series
Graham Ford has stepped down after 15 months in his second stint with the team, the cricket board announced on Saturday. Read full article
New India coach should 'get along' with Kohli
India are likely to favour a new coach who can "get along" with Virat Kohli, cricket officials indicated Friday, after Anil Kumble stepped aside following a row with the captain. Read full article
Dhawan excels before rain ends clash
Shikhar Dhawan extended his excellent Champions Trophy form to the start of the West Indies tour but heavy rain forced the abandonment of the opening ODI in Trinidad on Friday. Read full article
Afghanistan ecstatic over cricket test status
Cricket-mad Afghanistan was euphoric after being awarded test match status, a rare glimmer of good news amid rising insecurity, though many lamented the lack of sports infrastructure... Read full article
Ireland keen to hold talks over Lord's test in 2019
Ireland will hold talks with the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) about the possibility of playing a test match at Lord's in 2019 after they and Afghanistan were granted full-member status... Read full article
De Grandhomme, Raval earn NZ central contracts
New Zealand Cricket have awarded allrounder Colin de Grandhomme and opening batsman Jeet Raval with central contracts for the next 12 months. Read full article
Afghan celebrates 'big dream' coming true
Afghanistan celebrated its entry into test cricket on Thursday, saying it was a dream come true for the country which has suffered from years of violence and conflict. Read full article
Irish hope status ends England exodus
Ireland hope being awarded test status will mean the end of top players such as Eoin Morgan defecting to England instead. Read full article
India's revenue share hiked to $405m
India's share of world cricket revenues was increased from $293 to $405 million on Thursday, under a new deal agreed among other wide-ranging reforms at a meeting of the game's global governing body. Read full article
India skipper Kohli 'respects' Kumble
India captain Virat Kohli refused to discuss the bitter departure of head coach Anil Kumble on Thursday, admitting he "respects" the former spinner but that he will not betray dressing room secrecy. Read full article
Afghanistan, Ireland get test status
Ireland and Afghanistan were awarded test match status on Thursday, taking the number of countries playing at the pinnacle of cricket from 10 to 12 in a decision described as "fantastic" and "remarkable". Read full article
Afghanistan, Ireland face test D-Day
Afghanistan and Ireland are poised to become the 11th and 12th members of test match cricket's close-knit club on Thursday when the sport's governing body meets. Read full article
Ronchi retires from international cricket
New Zealand wicketkeeper Luke Ronchi has retired from international cricket but will continue to play in franchise-based Twenty20 tournaments around the world, the country's cricket board said on Thursday. Read full article
Rubel has surgery after door collision
Bangladeshi fast bowler Rubel Hossain has been ruled out of competition for at least a month after colliding with a door and breaking his jaw while on tour in England. Read full article
Kumble resignation highlights player power
Anil Kumble's departure as head coach despite a successful year at the helm will be regarded as a triumph for player power in Indian cricket, according to several former captains. Read full article
Kumble steps down as India coach
Anil Kumble has stepped down as India coach after falling out with skipper Virat Kohli, a top source in the country's cricket board told Reuters on Tuesday. Read full article
Sammy fears for WI fortunes over T20
Former captain Darren Sammy has warned that leading players will continue to favour plying their trade in Twenty20 tournaments around the world ahead of representing the West Indies. Read full article
Irish eye end to long wait for test status
They have beaten West Indies, England and Pakistan and now Cricket Ireland are targeting London on Thursday when they expect to be given test match status by the International Cricket Council. Read full article
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