www.huffingtonpost.com » 09 hrs ago
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www.gocricket.com » 14 hrs ago
Sri Lanka's 1996 World Cup-winning captain Arjuna Ranatunga said on Saturday that he was inspired by India's 1983 World Cup win over the West Indies and that the Kapil Dev-led team beat the best team in the tournament's history. Rantunga, 50, said
www.icc-cricket.com » 12 hrs ago
Captain hits composed fifty in 27-overs match against South Africa Women, levelling series at 1-1
www.timeslive.co.za » 22 hrs ago
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www.sportskeeda.com » 15 hrs ago
In the absence of Master blaster Sachin Tendulkar for the first time after 6 World Cups, India would be banking on the backbone of the current Indian team, Virat Kohli to have a chance to defend the World Cup in Australia/New Zealand next year.
www.stabroeknews.com » 10 hrs ago
BRIDGETOWN, Barbados, CMC – Grenada’s Prime Minister Dr. Keith Mitchell says he is prepared to act as a mediator in the ongoing pay dispute between West In
www.jamaicaobserver.com » 10 hrs ago
MELBOURNE, Australia (CMC) – Cricket Australia says it is “deeply concerned” over the West Indies players' decision to abandon the tour of India, especially with the Aussies scheduled to tour the Caribbean next year. Wally Ed ...
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www.icc-cricket.com » 18 hrs ago
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www.firstpost.com » 13 hrs ago
Sri Lanka Cricket on Monday defended its decision to send the national team for a tour of India next month amid criticism coming from certain quarters, saying that it was taken at the best interest of the game.
www.kawowo.com » 13 hrs ago
Kawowo Sports' Aisha Nassanga profiles the team that will represent Uganda at the ICC WCL Div III that will take place in Malaysia after it was moved away from Uganda due to security concerns.
www.nzherald.co.nz » 14 hrs ago
The tussle for World Cup opening spots starts at Blake Park today, with Jimmy Neesham getting first dibs on a job at the top. - New Zealand Herald