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Public Works Board hears cricket pitch

HORNELL — The Maple City may soon diversify its portfolio of recreational sports opportunities.

Free hits and 20-ball matches plotted for the new Hundred competition

Wides will be punished by free hits and matches could be as short as 20 balls in the new Hundred competition which moved a big step closer to reality last week.

LIGHT IT UP

PUSH FOR RIVERWAY STADIUM UPGRADE THE only thing standing in Townsville’s way of hosting marquee cricket matches, like the highly popular Big Bash League, is inadequate lighting at Riverway Stadium.

India, Pakistan eye a spot in Asia Cup final

Dubai: It’s time once again for India and Pakistan to lock horns in the Asia Cup on Sunday, with a lot more at stake at the Super Four stage now.

Joe Root and Stuart Broad reflect on a successful summer for England in Test...

Joe Root and Stuart Broad reflect on a successful summer for England in Test Cricket Last Updated: 22/09/18 2:48pm 20:23 Joe Root and Stuart Broad enjoy some golf at The Belfry before reflecting on a successful summer for England Joe Root and Stuart Broad enjoy some golf at The Belfry before reflecting on a successful summer for England England captain Joe Root and fast bowler Stuart Broad headed to The Belfry for a spot of golf before sitting down to reflect on a long and successful international summer.

Jadeja overjoyed after superb comeback against Bangladesh

Dubai: Ravindra Jadeja expressed the joy of his comeback to India’s One-day team through a match-winning spell that won him the Man of the Match award against Bangladesh on Friday in the Unimoni Asia Cup match at the Dubai International stadium.

CRIK:Son of a gun breaks through for Tasmania

TOWNSVILLE, Sept 22 AAP - A typically dynamic innings from limited overs star Chris Lynn suggested his injury worries are a thing of the past, but it was the son of a former Test fast bowler who most impressed with the bat as Tasmania secured a memorable win over Queensland in Townsville.

On this day in 2006: Dinesh Mongia scores ODI cricket’s 1 millionth run

You may remember Dinesh Mongia as the left-handed middle-order batsman who played 57 ODIs and a lone Test match for India but couldn't make much of an impact even though he was part of the 2003 World Cup squad under Sourav Ganguly.

I don’t have to prove anything to anyone: Ravindra Jadeja

DUBAI: Ravindra Jadeja kept count of the number of days he was out of India's One-day squad and once in, he made it count with four wickets, and stated "I don't have" to prove anything to anyone.

CRIK:Smith scores 85 in Sydney grade cricket

SYDNEY, Sept 22 AAP - Steve Smith has scored 85 off 92 deliveries in his first cricket match in Australia since being banned for his involvement in the ball-tampering scandal in South Africa.