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Scotland are through to the semi-finals of the ICC Women's World Twenty20 Qualifier after beating Thailand.
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Ireland ease to victory over Zimbabwe to top their Women's World Twenty20 qualifying group and set up a semi-final with Scotland.
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Brendon McCullum, who gave evidence against Chris Cairns in the Perjury trial, has received full support from Cricket New Zealand.. latest Cricket news- New Zealand Cricket back McCullum after Chris Cairns verdict
Eoin Morgan feels the performance of Chris Jordan displayed the development of England’s one-day and Twenty20 side after his team beat Pakistan in a super over to claim 3-0 series win
Following the success of the first day-night Test in Adelaide between Australia and New Zealand, Cricket Australia are planning to schedule more day-night Tests in the future.. latest Cricket news- Cricket Australia Planning to Schedule More Day-Night Tests After Adelaide Success
After suffering from lower lumbar bone stress fracture, the Australian pacer doesn't want to rush anything if it's at the risk of making a return
Over-by-over report: Can England complete a series whitewash by claiming the third and final T20 international against Pakistan in Sharjah? Join Dan Lucas to find out
The Commonwealth Games Federation is in talks with the International Cricket Council to bring cricket, especially the Twenty20 format, back in the fold.. latest Cricket news- Commonwealth Games Asks International Cricket Council to Recall Cricket Back in the Crease
The English captain says his team is still in a development stage
The ICC has admitted that third umpire Nigel Llong made "an incorrect judgement" while deciding on New Zealand's review of the appeal for catch against Nathan Lyon
A total attendance of 123,736 fans over three days at the Adelaide Oval confirmed the strong acceptance of the day-night Test
Wellington (AFP) - New Zealand Cricket chairman Stuart Heal expressed relief Tuesday that the Chris Cairns match-fixing perjury trial was over, saying there...
Former Indian spin great Anil Kumble has denied rumours that he quit as chief mentor of Mumbai Indians because of 'conflict of interest issues'. Kumble on
England signed off their tour of the UAE with a Super Over win in the third T20 international against Pakistan to seal a 3-0 series whitewash.
In the fourth Test against South Africa in Delhi, the Indian Test skipper will lead his side for the first time on his home ground
In announcing a Test squad that includes Nathan Coulter-Nile despite his total lack of recent Sheffield Shield cricket, the selection chairman Rod Marsh made the startling admission Mitchell Starc may have played his last international match of the seaso
Live cricket score and commentary for ICC Women's World Twenty20 Qualifier, 9th Match, Group A: Thailand Women v Scotland Women at Bangkok, Dec 1, 2015
Chris Cairns perjury trial lifted the lid on sordid world inhabited by those involved in match fixing
Having won a Test last in Australia in 1997, the West Indian legend asks team to back themselves against Australia
Cricket has only featured once at the Commonwealth Games, at the 1998 event in Kuala Lumpur when 16 teams competed in 50-over matches
The Chris Cairns perjury trial reveals Case grimy work of fixers at all levels of the game.
The International Cricket Council has admitted third umpire Nigel Llong's crucial decision in the day-night Test was wrong.
Stuart Heal, the New Zealand Cricket chairman, expressed his delight at the fact that many players - current and former - were prepared to speak out about the issue in court
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