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GCB donates brush cutter to WDCA

IN efforts to promote and contribute to cricket development in Guyana, the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) continued its growth initiative in upgrading ground facilities.

ZC killing cricket

Zimbabwe Cricket (ZC)’s decision to axe national cricket team star Brendan Taylor from the squad for the upcoming Triangular Twenty20 (T20) series has yet again proved why recent calls for leadership change at the local cricket governing body are justified.

Questions raised over Yo-yo test

Written by Sriram Veera | Mumbai | Published: June 24, 2018 4:59:02 Ambati Rayudu was dropped for the tour of England because he failed the test.

Ireland picks Mohali’s Simi Singh to take on India

Written by Nitin Sharma | Chandigarh | Published: June 24, 2018 5:21:27 Simi Singh WHEN THE Virat Kohli-led Indian team faces Ireland in the opening match of the T20 International series at Malahide Cricket Club in Dublin, it would be an emotional moment for Mohali cricketer Simi Singh.

Brutal truth has Justin Langer cornered

Supplied video obtained Friday, June 22, 2018 of Aaron Finch speaking to reporters at a press conference following Australia's six-wicket defeat to England in the fourth ODI at Durham.

Sri Lanka recalls leg-spinner Jeffrey Vandersay from West Indies tour

COLOMBO: Sri Lanka on Saturday recalled leg-spinner Jeffrey Vandersay from the West Indies tour over "conduct" that violated contractual obligations, Sri Lanka's cricket board said.

Lakmal replaces banned Chandimal as SL skipper

COLOMBO: Sri Lanka on Saturday named Suranga Lakmal as skipper for the potentially series-saving third Test against the West Indies after Dinesh Chandimal lost his appeal against a one-match ban for ball tampering.

Sri Lanka recalls leg-spinner Jeffrey Vandersay from West Indies tour

COLOMBO: Sri Lanka on Saturday recalled leg-spinner Jeffrey Vandersay from the West Indies tour over "conduct" that violated contractual obligations, Sri Lanka's cricket board said.

England top women’s T20 tri-series table after mixed day

LONDON: England ended a day of fluctuating fortunes top of the women's Twenty20 tri-series table after bouncing back from a defeat by South Africa to beat New Zealand by 54 runs at Taunton on Saturday.

gulftoday.ae | ‘Full-strength Oz will struggle against England’

MANCHESTER: Adil Rashid believes England would be on the brink of whitewashing Australia 5-0 even if the world champions had been able to select their strongest one-day international side.