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Sutherland captain not overawed by having Smith back in grade

“I’ll continue to learn everyday off him.

Resigned in best interest of Delhi cricket: Virender Sehwag – Times of India

Prabhakar as bowling coach but it wasn't ratified by the management.

Aaron Finch realised time was running out, now plans to seize chance

Opening batsman Aaron Finch knew time was running out on ever wearing the baggy green cap handed out to Australia’s Test cricketers, but also thought next month’s series against Pakistan might be his best chance yet to earn one.

CRIK: Katich’s Trinbago go back to back in CPL

Simon Katich has underlined his coaching credentials, helping the Trinbago Knight Riders secure back-to-back Caribbean Premier League titles.

CRIK:Ex-quick Clark questions Siddle recall

BRISBANE, Sept 17 AAP - When ex-Australian quick Stuart Clark read veteran Peter Siddle had earned a Test recall in the morning paper he "spat his cornflakes out".

Geelong Big Bash limbo

BIG Bash cricket in Geelong remains in limbo while the Melbourne Renegades and Etihad Stadium management battle to agree on a plan for fixturing games at GMHBA Stadium this summer.

Pub footage allegedly reveals Bulldogs players putting genitals in drinking glasses at Mad Monday

Players reportedly put their genitals in drinking glasses as they ran amok around the pub, The Daily Telegraph and a Fairfax column reported.

Indian nationals ask to leave venue during women’s ODI: Sri Lanka Cricket official

COLOMBO: At least five Indian nationals were Sunday asked by the Sri Lanka Cricket authorities to leave the Katunayake ground near here for suspected behaviour during the third and final ODI between Sri Lanka Women and India Women.

Test temperature on rise

AUSTRALIA’S Test players, bound for 40C temperatures in the UAE next month, will undergo a series of sauna sessions over the coming days in a bid to acclimatise.

Jammu and Kashmir pushes for Indian Premier League team

Cricket may return soon to Jammu and Kashmir as the state’s governor Satya Pal Malik said that the state authorities are working with the Indian Premier League (IPL) to field a team of their own.


Finch just ‘needs a few breaks’ to turn form around: Langer

Finch just ‘needs a few breaks’ to turn form around: Langer MELBOURNE: Australia coach Justin Langer is hoping one-day captain Aaron Finch will get the “breaks” he needs to turn around a lean summer.