• West Indies trounce South Africa

    Darren Bravo’s third hundred and impressive fast bowling from Shannon Gabriel propel the West Indies to a 100-run win over South Africa in the ninth and final preliminary match of the Tri-Nation One-Day International Series.

  • ‘Getting dropped motivated me to train harder’

    Glenn Maxwell, the Australian all-rounder, admits to have been hurt when dropped from the playing XI for two games during the ongoing tri-nation One-Day International series in West Indies.

  • Australia reach final

    Australia qualify for the final of the triangular ODI series with a six-wicket win over West Indies in Barbados on Tuesday.

  • Aussies down WI to reach final

    Australia display the composure and assurance of world champions to chase down a target of 283 and advance to the final with a six-wicket victory over the West Indies in the seventh match of the Tri-Nation One-Day International Series.

  • Aussies face must-win challenge

    The washout on Sunday (June 19) against South Africa has complicated the equation for Australia, who now go into their final league match in a must-win situation.

  • Aus-WI tie washed out

    The seventh match of the Tri-Nation One-Day International Series between Australia and South Africa has been declared a no-result due to inclement weather, organizers say.

  • Samuels helps Windies to clinical win

    Marlon Samuels produces his best batting effort in One-Day Internationals against Australia to lead the West Indies to a six-wicket victory in the fifth match of the Tri-Nation series at Warner Park in St Kitts on Monday.

  • 'England ready for Pakistan'

    England Test skipper Alastair Cook believes his batsmen are well-prepared to deal with Pakistan's fiery attack next month after getting plenty of practice in the middle against a weakened Sri Lanka side.

  • Samuels powers WI to clinical win

    Marlon Samuels hits his highest score against Australia to help West Indies overcome the world champions in their tri-nation match.

  • Smith sure of Warner return for SL Tests

    Australia opening batsman David Warner will miss the remainder of the triangular one day series in the West Indies due to a broken finger.

  • SA capitulate against Aus

    Australia show the stuff of champions and South Africa's suspect temperament is again exposed as they crash to a 36-run defeat in the fourth match of the Tri-Nation One-Day International series at Warner Park in St Kitts.

  • David Warner

    Warner out for 2-6 weeks

    Australia opener David Warner is set to miss the remainder of the one-day series in West Indies after breaking a finger during Saturday's win over South Africa, Australia said Sunday.

  • Warner ton sets up Australia win

    David Warner hits his maiden ODI century outside Australia to set up a 36-run tri-series win over South Africa

  • Proteas agree to play D/N Test

    South Africa overcome their reservations and agree to play a day-night pink ball Test against Australia in Adelaide this year, cricket chiefs announced Wednesday.

  • Apple's Siri calls ambulance for baby

    A woman from Cairns, Australia, used Siri to call an ambulance for her one-year-old daughter when she stopped breathing.

  • Aus thrash hapless WI

    David Warner scores an unbeaten half century as Australia romp to a six-wicket thrashing of West Indies in their opening Tri-Nation Series day-night game at the Guyana National Stadium on Sunday.

  • Spinners, Warner take Aussies home

    West Indies' performance on Sunday come straight out of the locker room that stored last year's data files, where the absence of Dwayne Bravo and Chris Gayle from the One-Day International (ODI) side come back to haunt them.

  • Kyrgios pulls out of Rio, blasts AOC

    Fiery Australian tennis star Nick Kyrgios pulls out of the Rio Olympics, blaming "unwarranted attacks" on him by Australian Olympic chiefs after he was warned to behave.

  • Nick Kyrgios pulls out of Rio 2016

    Nick Kyrgios has pulled out of Rio 2016, accusing the Australian Olympic Committee (AOC) of "unfair and unjust treatment" and "unwarranted attacks".

  • WI, SA to kick off tri-series

    Hosts West Indies and South Africa get a tri-nation One-Day International series under way on Friday in Guyana with both teams in rebuilding mode following last year's World Cup.

  • Zampa wary of Warne comparison

    Australia's search for a successor to Shane Warne is yet to bear fruit nearly a decade after he retired, so Adam Zampa is naturally wary about comparisons with the leg-spinning great.

  • Rashford becomes England's youngest debutant scorer

    Marcus Rashford, who also scored on his debut for Manchester United, becomes the youngest player to score on his England debut as England beat Australia 2-1.

  • Possible MH370 debris found in Mozambique

    Experts following the disappearance of MH370 say it is likely that a new piece of debris found on a Mozambique beach came from the missing plane.

  • Australia women's nat'l team lose to U-16 boys

    The Australian Women's national football team were humbled 7-0 by a group of under-16 boys representing the Newcastle Jets on Wednesday.

  • Australia's Mitchell Starc

    Missile-guided technology to monitor Aussies pacers

    Australia are making use of technology to the fullest. For the upcoming tour of Sri Lanka, the fast bowlers will start training under a technology more commonly used in military settings.

  • No contact with CA: Gillespie

    Former Test paceman Jason Gillespie has again strongly denied being in talks with Cricket Australia about the full-time role as the national team's bowling coach, despite media reports to the contrary Tuesday night.

  • Henriques recalled

    All-rounder Moises Henriques earns a surprise recall to Australia's Test squad for Sri Lanka after James Pattinson was ruled out injured.

  • Australia replicate subcontinent pitches

    Cricket Australia have created a turning track that accurately represents pitches in the subcontinent as they gear up for their upcoming series against Sri Lanka in July.

  • Gayle, Sammy & Bravo left out

    Chris Gayle, Darren Sammy and Dwayne Bravo are all left out of the West Indies squad for the first four tri-nation one-day international series.

  • ‘AB de Villiers the best I've bowled to’

    Mitchell Johnson, the former Australia pacer rates South Africa's AB de Villiers as the best batsman he ever bowled to.

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