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ECB: Stokes to join England squad in New Zealand

Ben Stokes will join the England squad in New Zealand after he pleaded not guilty to a charge of affray in court yesterday, the England and Wales Cricket Board said.

Munro’s ton crushes West Indies

Colin Munro smashed his way into the record books as New Zealand crushed the West Indies by 119 runs in the final Twenty20 at Mount Maunganui yesterday to sweep the series.

Cook ton as England dominates

Alastair Cook completed a stirring century in a stellar return to form as England savored a rare day of domination in the fourth Ashes test against Australia yesterday.

Warner enjoys late Christmas gift on Boxing Day

Opener David Warner enjoyed a gift-wrapped century after being reprieved on 99 as Australia emerged on top at the close of a meandering first day of the Boxing Day test against England yesterday.

Curran to make test debut for England

England paceman Tom Curran will make his test debut at the Melbourne Cricket Ground against Australia today, replacing the injured Craig Overton, who has a fractured rib.

Lakmal leads Sri Lankan rout of India in first ODI

Pace bowler Suranga Lakmal helped Sri Lanka steamroll India by seven wickets in the first one-day international in Dharamsala yesterday.

West Indies skipper Holder banned for 2nd NZ test

Skipper Jason Holder has been fined and banned for the second test against New Zealand after his West Indies lineup maintained a slow over rate during its heavy series-opening loss in Wellington.

Ashes captains continue war of words

The war of words that has added spice to the lead-up to cricket’s oldest enduring test series will give way to genuine hostilities today when bitter Ashes rivals Australia and England march out in front of a packed crowd at the Gabba.

Stokes makes England Ashes squad despite arrest

England allrounder Ben Stokes was named yesterday in a 16-man squad for the Ashes tour to Australia despite being arrested earlier in the week for an altercation outside a Bristol nightclub.

Latif gets 5-year fixing ban

Batsman Khalid Latif has been handed a five-year ban for his role in a spot-fixing scandal during this year’s Pakistan Super League, the country’s cricket board said yesterday.

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