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Cricket

Top West Indians set for return
Leading West Indies cricketers such as Chris Gayle and Sunil Narine could soon return to the national one-day international side. Read full article
When the Pollocks beat England
South Africa will arrive at Trent Bridge on Friday hoping their team can beat England in the second test to level the four-match series at 1-1. Read full article
Ton-up Ervine punishes Sri Lanka
Craig Ervine hit an unbeaten 151 to pull Zimbabwe out of trouble on the opening day of their one-off test against Sri Lanka in Colombo on Friday. Read full article
Moreeng proud of Proteas Women
Hilton Moreeng is proud of his team’s achievement of qualifying for the ICC Women’s World Cup semifinals with a match to spare after they beat Sri Lanka by eight wickets on Wednesday. Read full article
Faf urges Proteas to pass character test
South African test skipper Faf du Plessis has urged the Proteas to pass a "huge test of character" ahead of the second test. Read full article
Root wants England to make start 'count'
England captain Joe Root is determined his side don't let up when the second test against South Africa Read full article
VOTE: Catch of the Series
Zimbabwe have won their first ODI series against Sri Lanka and the five matches delivered plenty of great catches. Read full article
Morkel refuses to alter run-up
South Africa paceman Morne Morkel has ruled out tweaking his run-up despite becoming the embarrassed owner of a dubious distinction for overstepping the crease in test cricket. Read full article
India coach promises more freedom
Ravi Shastri plans to adopt a more hands-off approach to the role than his predecessor Anil Kumble, with the 55-year-old saying he has no intention of trying to act as a tutor to the players. Read full article
CA chief attacks 'reckless' players' union
Cricket Australia chairman David Peever on Thursday went on the attack over suggestions he is running an "extreme" industrial relations agenda, slamming the players' union for "reckless" tactics. Read full article
SA look to Faf against England
South Africa will hope the return of captain Faf du Plessis leads to a revival in their fortunes in the second test against England at Nottingham's Trent Bridge starting on Friday. Read full article
Proteas leave Lord's loss behind
The Standard Bank Proteas will have little time to lick their wounds following the 211-run loss to England in the first test match at Lord’s. Read full article
Proteas Women qualify for WCup semis
Captain Dané van Niekerk and Shabnim Ismail took seven wickets between them, setting up an eight-wicket victory for the Momentum Proteas in their must-win, ICC Women’s World Cup match against Sri Lanka. Read full article
Amir earns contract promotion
Pakistan's star fast bowler Mohammad Amir was promoted into the country's top category on Wednesday following his brilliant Champions Trophy performance. Read full article
Root's 'great start' encourages Cook
Former England captain Alastair Cook hailed the "outstanding" start made by new test skipper Joe Root ahead of his second outing in charge. Read full article
Raj sets new runs mark
Indian cricket captain Mithali Raj broke the record for runs in women's One Day Internationals, taking her total to 6 028 after hitting 69 in the World Cup match with Australia on Wednesday. Read full article
India's coaching trio raises eyebrows
A surprise decision by India's cricket board to appoint two high-profile stars to assist new coach Ravi Shastri has some experts wondering how much autonomy the former allrounder will wield at the helm. Read full article
Chandimal, Tharanga to lead Sri Lanka
Dinesh Chandimal was named skipper of Sri Lanka's test team on Wednesday, while fellow batsman Upul Tharanga has been tasked with leading the limited-overs squads. Read full article
VOTE: Catch of the Series
India beat the West Indies 3-1 in the one-day international series while the hosts bounced back in style to win the one-off T20 international. Read full article
Mathews quits Sri Lanka captaincy
Angelo Mathews has stepped down as Sri Lanka's captain, local media reported on Tuesday, a day after the 30-year-old described the one-day series loss to Zimbabwe as one of the lowest points in his career. Read full article
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