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  • Rajshahi on the cusp after Forhad's four

    Forhad Reza's four-wicket haul and a serious batting effort from the top order have put Rajshahi Division on the cusp of a record-equalling sixth National Cricket League title after the third day of the sixth and final round yesterday.

  • CA mulling lifting bans on trio

    Cricket Australia (CA) is considering a demand by the players' union that ball-tampering bans on former captain Steve Smith, David Warner and Cameron Bancroft be lifted immediately, the governing body's CEO Kevin Roberts said on Wednesday.

  • Most runs in an over in List A cricket

    NZ duo shatter List A record

    Eight deliveries were bowled in one over courtesy of two no-balls and they resulted in 4, 6nb, 6nb, 6, 1, 6, 6, 6 being conceded by Willem Ludick in the final over of the innings as New Zealand duo Joe Carter and Brett Hampton, two Northern District batsmen, entered the record books.

  • Kohli suffers backlash

    India cricketer Virat Kohli found himself caught in a media frenzy over a video where he bashed a fan for saying that he likes English and Australian batsmen more than the current Indian batsmen.

  • Debutant Foakes lifts England

    Debutant Ben Foakes hit a defiant and unbeaten 87, guiding England to safety -- after Sri Lanka claimed cheap early wickets -- on 321 for eight at the end of the first day of the first Test.

  • Sharma's record ton helps India clinch T20 series

    Skipper Rohit Sharma smashes his fourth Twenty20 international century -- the most by any batsman in the format -- to set up India's convincing 71-run series-clinching win over West indies.

  • Barishal, Khulna fight back

    Tier-1 leaders Rajshahi Division suffered a minor blow to their bid to become National Cricket League champions after being bowled out for 160 by Barishal Division on the second day of the sixth and final round yesterday.

  • 'This will revive Zim cricket'

    They came to Bangladesh without a win in Test cricket in more than five years and without an away Test win in 17 years, but Zimbabwe ensured yesterday that they will leave the country with at least a share of the two-match series.

  • PERFORMER OF THE DAY: Shipshape Sikander

    Off-spinner Sikandar Raza claimed three crucial wickets as Zimbabwe beat Bangladesh by 151 runs in the first Test at the Sylhet International Stadium yesterday.

  • Ben Foakes

    Foakes debut leads England revival in Sri Lanka Test

    Debutant Ben Foakes hit a defiant and unbeaten 87, guiding England to safety -- after Sri Lanka claimed cheap early wickets -- on 321 for eight at the end of the first day of the first Test.

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