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England rode captain Charlotte Edwards unbeaten century to beat New Zealand by four wickets and finish third in the ICC Women\'s World Cup at the Brabourne Stadium in Mumbai today.
Alex Hales and Michael Lumb shared an unbroken 143-run opening partnership to guide England to a 10-wicket win over New Zealand on Friday, clinching the three-game Twenty20 series 2-1.
Axed from the Test team after a prolonged form slump, India \'A\' skipper Gautam Gambhir will have a point to prove when he leads out the side in a three-day warm-up cricket match against the
The last year has been surreal for these 16 youngsters, who now find themselves at the National Cricket Academy (NCA) in Bangalore. HT reports.
Skipper Rajat Bhatia led from the front with a superb all-round show as favourites Delhi overcame a spirited challenge from Jammu and Kashmir winning by four wickets in their opening North Zone leg
Testing times for Aussie skipper  (14 February 01:47 am) 
Michael Clarke jogged around the Guru Nanak College ground with team physiotherapist and doctor. Having landed in India with concerns over his hamstring, he showed no signs of discomfort on Wednesday
Defending champions England earned a hard-fought 15-run victory over New Zealand in their inconsequential Super Six match at the ICC Women\'s cricket World Cup in Mumbai today.
Johnson leads West Indies to big total  (13 February 11:49 pm) 
The West Indies ended their disappointing tour of Australia with a morale-boosting 27-run win over Australia in a one-off T20 international today. The West Indies romped to 191 for six in their 20
The West Indies stunned mighty Australia by eight runs on Wednesday to enter their first women\'s World Cup final, a result that knocked out defending champions England.
Skipper Graeme Smith believes South Africa have possibly the best top-six among contemporary batting line-ups as they prepare to face Pakistan in the second Test at Newlands starting tomorrow.
Recovering from a hamstring problem, Michael Clarke remains a doubtful starter for the second warmup game but the Australian skipper is confident that he will be fit for the opening Test against India
No silly stunts as Oz kick off  (12 February 03:48 pm) 
As they host Australia for a four-Test series starting on February 22, India are, thankfully, focussed on the job in hand rather than looking to employ silly methods. Sahan Bidappa reports.
West Indies throw Kiwis off-track  (12 February 12:47 am) 
Merissa Aguilera\'s girls had just beaten New Zealand by 48 runs in the Super Six game of the Women\'s World Cup on Monday and put themselves in a strong position to face Australia in the final.
Australian opener Phillip Hughes believes that he has the right technique to face the Indian spin attack in trying sub-continent conditions in the upcoming four-Test series, beginning February 22.
Aggression pays off for Shikhar  (11 February 01:46 am) 
Before their last Ranji league game in December, Delhi\'s critics were clamouring for skipper Shikhar Dhawan\'s head. His nicknames, like \'Gabbar\', within the camp referred to a man who took
Shaken, stirred at the top  (11 February 01:46 am) 
Gautam Gambhir\'s double act with Virender Sehwag seems to be well and truly over after the national selectors struck on Sunday, omitting the diminutive left-handed batsman from the squad named for the
Contenders for the top job  (11 February 03:47 pm) 
In this final part, we look at the candidates for captaincy, those who can lead the team into the future. You can vote for your 15-member Test and ODI squads until February 12 and the results will be
Swing bowler Praveen Kumar was on Sunday suspended and issued show-cause notice by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) for a reported bust-up with an opposition player during a Corporate
Bhajji eager to dictate terms to Australia  (11 February 01:46 am) 
Once the Irani Cup was in the bag on the basis of the first innings lead, Rest Of India skipper Harbhajan Singh was a satisfied man. To add to the triumph, Harbhajan had another reason to smile - his
Selectors will have to look beyond numbers  (10 February 01:46 am) 
Smart selection is not just about the stats, it\'s also about judgment of the players\' calibre. Numbers don\'t lie but they don’t give a complete picture either. In terms of sheer numbers, the India
Captain Stuart Broad became his country\'s leading wicket-taker in Twenty20 cricket as England defended its largest-ever total, beating New Zealand by 40 runs Saturday in the first of three
England posted their highest ever Twenty20 score of 214 for seven as all-rounder Luke Wright and captain Stuart Broad led them to a comprehensive 40-run win over New Zealand in Auckland today.
A morale-boosting century clinched before the much-awaited Test series against Australia, senior batsman Sachin Tendulkar today said the ongoing Irani Cup game has given him good match practice ahead
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) postponed its franchise-based Twenty20 tournament for an indefinite period to solve management issues. The delay will also help the PCB ensure the participation of
Pained by CSA\'s refusal to honour two deceased players with a minute\'s silence, former players have launched a scathing attack on the national cricket board and Clive Rice even asked Cricket South