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Cricket World Cup Qualifier: Rain ends Ireland-Scotland warm-up game

Ireland's match against Scotland was abandoned on Tuesday after the Cricket World Cup Qualifiers warm-up was hit by persistent rain in Pretoria.

Alex Blackwell: Australia vice-captain announces retirement

Alex Blackwell, Australia's most-capped female player, has retired from international and state cricket.

Mitchell Santner: Derbyshire sign New Zealand international spinner

Derbyshire have signed New Zealand international spinner Mitchell Santner as their overseas player for the second half of the 2018 season.

Ishant Sharma: Sussex sign India fast bowler for two-month stint

India fast bowler Ishant Sharma will join Sussex for the first two months of the English county season.

Ben Stokes to join England squad in New Zealand

Ben Stokes will travel to New Zealand to join the England squad as part of their Twenty20 tri-series.

South Africa v India: Imran Tahir ‘racially abused by spectator’

South Africa bowler Imran Tahir was racially abused by a spectator during victory over India in the fourth one-day international, says Cricket South Africa (CSA).

New Zealand v England: Eoin Morgan remains a doubt for tourists

England captain Eoin Morgan is a doubt for Tuesday's Twenty20 tri-series match against New Zealand in Wellington because of a groin injury.

David Willey: England batsman hits 34 off one over in Twenty20 warm-up win

David Willey almost became the first England player to hit six sixes in an over as they charged to a Twenty20 win over a Prime Minister's XI in Canberra.

Cricket World Cup qualifying: Kyle Coetzer leads Scotland

Kyle Coetzer will captain Scotland's cricketers in next month's ICC World Cup Qualifier in Zimbabwe.

T20 Blast: Northants Steelbacks re-sign all-rounder Seekkuge Prasanna

Northants have re-signed Sri Lanka all-rounder Seekkuge Prasanna for this summer's T20 Blast campaign.

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