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  • South Africa beat England in 3rd ODI

    South Africa beats England by seven wickets to gain a consolation win in the third one-day international at Lord's.

  • England slump to 20-6 in 5 overs

    England suffer a stunning collapse as they slump to 20 for six in five overs after being sent into bat by South Africa in the third one-day international at Lord's.

  • Government ready to mediate in Aus pay row

    Sports Minister Greg Hunt says the federal government is prepared to provide mediation between Cricket Australia and players over the pay-dispute stalemate.

  • Revenue share is 'starving' grassroots

    Cricket Australia chief James Sutherland believes the revenue-share model which the body is trying to dump in its ongoing pay negotiations with players will ‘starve’ the funding of grassroots game.

  • India advertise for new coach

    The Indian cricket board (BCCI) invites applications for the head coach's role but will also consider a contract extension for incumbent Anil Kumble.

  • Dead parrot leads to Bracewell's conviction

    New Zealand fast bowler Doug Bracewell is sentenced to 100 hours of community service after pleading guilty to drink-driving after dogs ate his pet parrot.

  • Morgan ton sets up big win

    England captain Eoin Morgan's fine century lays the platform for a 72-run win over South Africa at Headingley on May 24, 2017.

  • Mushfiqur and Riyad were unbelievable: Mashrafe

    Bangladesh captain Mashrafe Bin Mortaza heaps praise on Mushfiqur Rahim and Mahmudullah Riyad, whose unbroken 72-run sixth-wicket stand delivered Bangladesh’s first away or neutral-venue win over New Zealand in Dublin on May 24.

  • Aus cricketers move to take back image rights

    Australian cricketers unveil plans to take back their own image rights, firing the latest salvo in an ongoing pay battle with the country's cricket board.

  • Scotland slay Sri Lanka in landmark win

    Kyle Coetzer and Matthew Cross both score hundreds as Scotland beat Sri Lanka by seven wickets at Beckenham, southeast England, for a historic success on Sunday.

  • Sheikh Jamal beat Mohammedan by 1 wicket

    In a high-scoring cliffhanger, Sheikh Jamal Dhanmondi Club defeats Mohammedan Sporting Club by one wicket with 2 balls remaining in the Dhaka Premier Division Cricket League match at BKSP’s No. 3 Ground.

  • Five-for-none in cataclysmic collapse

    Hampshire County Cricket Club suffered a spectacular collapse in their county championship match, losing their first five wickets in less than three overs.

  • 24 picked for U-19 camp

    The Bangladesh Cricket Board selected 24 cricketers for the Bangladesh Under-19 training camp.

  • Ntini's son makes U-19s

    Cricket South Africa (CSA) on Wednesday named the 15-man South Africa Under-19s squad that will take on 2016 ICC Under-19 World Cup winners, the West Indies, in a five-match Youth One-Day International (ODI) series from July 9.

  • Sk Jamal win thriller

    Iftekhar Sajjad captured four wickets after Junaed Siddique hit a hundred as Brothers Union upset Mohammedan Sporting Club by 129 runs in the Dhaka Premier Division Cricket League at BKSP.

  • Mohammad Nawaz suspended for not reporting suspect approach

    Pakistan all-rounder Mohammad Nawaz has been suspended for two months for failing to report a suspect approach to indulge in corruption, the country's cricket board has said.

  • Stoinis fit for CT

    Australia all-rounder Marcus Stoinis has been declared fit for next month's Champions Trophy after recovering from a shoulder injury he suffered at the Indian Premier League (IPL) earlier this month.

  • Liton’s 136 propels Abahani to 333

    Abahani Limited rode on Liton Das’s blistering knock of 136 to pile up 333 in 49.5 overs against Legends of Rupganj in the Dhaka Premier Division Cricket League match at BKSP’s No. 4 Ground today.

  • Root to bring aggression back: Warne

    Widely regarded as one of the best bowlers in the history of the game, Australia’s Shane Warne expects new captain Joe Root to change the way England play Test cricket.

  • Ashraful stars in rare Kalabagan win

    Mohammad Ashraful regains some form to guide Kalabagan to only their second win, Gazi Group win their ninth match in nine rounds and Prime Bank clinch a thriller by one run

  • Pakistan press for victory

    Departing stalwarts Younis Khan and captain Misbah ul Haq failed to make an impact in their farewell international innings but Pakistan were poised to press for a series-clinching victory over the West Indies at stumps on the fourth day at Windsor Park in Dominica on Saturday.

  • Yuvraj eyes good show

    Veteran batsman Yuvraj Singh is hopeful that he can make a "meaningful contribution" in India's Champions Trophy title defence during the June 1-18 marquee event in England.

  • New Perth Stadium not ready for Ashes

    The new Perth Stadium will not be finished in time for the third Ashes test between Australia and England in December and the match will therefore be hosted at the traditional WACA ground, Cricket Australia confirmed on Wednesday.

  • Gazi Group defeat Sheikh Jamal by 24 runs

    Gazi Group Cricketers defeated Sheikh Jamal Dhanmondi Club by 24 runs under the D/L method during the Dhaka Premier Division Cricket League match at BKSP’s No. 4 Ground today.

  • Bizarre dismissal divides opinion in cricket world

    A seemingly inexplicable photo has gone viral in recent days, showing a set of stumps with the middle stump missing but both bails still on.

  • Holders India finally name Champions Trophy squad

    Holders India finally named their 15-member squad for next month's Champions Trophy in England and Wales after initially delaying the announcement amid a revenue sharing disagreement with the International Cricket Council (ICC).

  • Anti-doping authority drops appeal on length of Russell ban

    Jamaica's anti-doping authority has withdrawn its appeal over the one-year ban received by West Indies all-rounder Andre Russell for breaches of the whereabouts rule, according to court documents seen by Reuters.

  • Man killed over IPL betting

    A man, who received injuries on the chest during an attack by a local youth over betting on a cricket match on Tuesday, died at the Rangpur Medical College Hospital yesterday.

  • Mehedi, Imrul star in 134-run win

    Imrul Kayes hits 92 and Mehedi Hasan stars with bat and ball as Bangladesh come out victorious in their second warm-up game on the tour of England and Ireland with a 134-run win over Sussex XI

  • Abahani thump Prime Bank by 107 runs

    Abahani Limited thumped Prime Bank Cricket Club by 107 runs in the Dhaka Premier Division Cricket League match at BKSP’s No. 3 Ground today.