England bowler Jofra Archer ‘grieved during cricket World Cup’ after cousin was shot dead

England bowler Jofra Archer privately grieved during the cricket World Cup after his cousin was shot dead in Barbados, his father said.

New Zealand coach: ICC should consider trophy share in future after final drama

The New Zealand coach, Gary Stead, has shrugged off the debate over whether an umpiring error denied the Black Caps World Cup final glory against England, saying umpires are “human”.

Three bookies arrested from Gurugram hotel

Gurugram: The Crime Branch of the Gurugram Police has arrested three cricket bookies from a hotel in Gurugram's upscale Palam Vihar.

New Zealand vs England: ICC Should Have Considered Sharing World Cup, Says New Zealand...

England were crowned the World Cup 2019 champions despite having tied the scores of both the final match and the Super Over with New Zealand at Lords on Sunday.

Cricket World Cup final: Black Caps face long wait to get revenge for loss...

Super Over decides Cricket World Cup final and gives Black Caps an agonising defeat against England.

Cricket World Cup 2019: New Zealand coach Gary Stead backs review after England defeat

England matched the Kiwis’ 241 in a breathless conclusion at Lord’s and the sides could not then be separated after a super over - the tournament hosts only prevailing by virtue of registering more boundaries across the contest.

Herald and Age lose appeal against Chris Gayle defamation win

International cricketer Chris Gayle has fended off an appeal against his defamation win over a series of articles in publications including The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age but failed in his bid to increase his damages payout.

Taibu calls for captain’s removal

The Chronicle Bongani Ndlovu, Sports Correspondent FORMER Zimbabwe cricket captain, Tatenda Taibu, has called on Chevrons’ skipper Hamilton Masakadza to step down or be fired following a string of poor batting performances.

‘We just hugged and Eoin said: ‘We did this, Dad, me and you”

AS JODY MORGAN made his way down from high in the Tavern Stand, weaving his way through the wildly frenzied celebrations amid the noise and unsolicited drama of it all, and into the famous Lord’s pavilion, it all came flooding back.