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Ben Stokes finds the PERFECT way to stop AB

Capw Town - England all-rounder Ben Stokes reckons he's found the perfect way to stop Proteas ace AB de Villiers from scoring runs.

SA cricketers competing in England’s County Champs

Cape Town - The County Championship's new season has begun and this year it sees several South Africans in the mix in England.

Ex-batsman Smith named as new England selector

London - Former Test batsman Ed Smith has been appointed as England's new national selector, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) announced on Friday.

Aussies to name Lehmann’s replacement in ‘coming weeks’

Sydney - Cricket Australia said on Friday a decision on who will replace national coach Darren Lehmann will be made "in coming weeks".

Australia limited overs captaincy not decided yet

Cape Town - Australia's Test skipper Tim Paine has stressed that at this stage he has only been appointed captain of the longest format.

Bangladesh cricket drop six, freeze pay after poor year

Dhaka - Bangladesh axed six players from national contracts after a year of poor performances with players who escaped the chop being denied a pay rise, an official said on Thursday.

New style, new era: Oz captain promises to rebuild trust

Sydney - Australia Test captain Tim Paine pledged on Thursday to embark on a new era of "respectful" cricket and rebuild public trust after the ball-tampering scandal that rocked the sport.

Akram tips Fakhar to make Test impact

Cape Town - Former Pakistan captain Wasim Akram believes that aggressive opener Fakhar Zaman can make an impact in the longest format of the game.

India’s Kohli keen on county stint ahead of England tour

New Delhi - Virat Kohli says he is keen to play county cricket to get used to conditions on English soil ahead of India's tour of the country later this year.

Russell to make Windies comeback at Lord’s

Cape Town - Having enjoyed an impressive start to the Indian Premier League all-rounder Andre Russell is set to return to the West Indies T20I squad.


Cricket: Stewart wants IPL cut-off date after Surrey lose Curran

LONDON (Reuters) - Surrey director of cricket Alec Stewart wants a cut-off date for county players to join the Indian Premier League (IPL) after losing seamer Tom Curran to the Twenty20 tournament just days beforethe start of their championship campaign.