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Root won´t think about records

Joe Root has rejected suggestions England could set another ODI record against India on Thursday.

Sri Lanka skipper, officials out of South Africa Tests

Captain Dinesh Chandimal and two top Sri Lankan cricket officials have agreed to sit out the Test series against South Africa pending sanctions, the International Cricket Council said Thursday.

Cricket-Hales leads England to dramatic win over India

CARDIFF, July 6 (Reuters) - Alex Hales made an unbeaten 58 to lead England to a thrilling five-wicket victory over India on Friday that levelled the Twenty20 series at 1-1.

England bowler Chris Woakes is set to return to action next week

Chris Woakes is set to return to action next week after making “good progress” with the knee injury which has ruled him out since last month’s Headingley Test.

Thakur to replace Bumrah in India’s ODI squad

Fast bowler Shardul Thakur will replace injured Jasprit Bumrah in India's one-day international squad in England, the country's cricket board said on Friday.

Cummins keen to welcome Smith, Warner back

Pat Cummins can't wait to call Steve Smith and David Warner teammates again, saying it feels like the banned duo have already spent five years in cricketing isolation.

India will be tougher test for England than Australia – Kohli

July 2 (Reuters) - India captain Virat Kohli feels his team will be a tougher prospect for England than Australia, promising they will play "fearless cricket" in their coming tour.

Faf calls for harsher tampering penalties

South Africa skipper Faf du Plessis believes the International Cricket Council has no other option but to introduce harsher penalties for ball tampering, an illegal act he has twice been found guilty of.

Maddinson will play role for Aust: Finch

Discarded NSW batsman Nic Maddinson is set for a shock appearance in the Australian team for the Twenty20 tour of Zimbabwe.

Rossouw happy to see back of bad luck as his century sinks Kent

Hampshire’s Rilee Rossouw has revealed he geared up for his match-winning 125 in the Royal London One-Day Cup final by getting stuck in a hotel lift.


Sporting chapter closes as Churches pulls stumps

CRICKET THE SA Churches & Community Cricket Association has featured more than 200 clubs and thousands of players, and been the breeding ground for some of the state’s most talented cricketers in its 112 years.