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ICC decides on Test championship schedule

The International Cricket Council has settled on the schedule underpinning its new Test championship, with Australia to host India twice in the next three summers as they bid to qualify for the inaugural final in 2021.

Sri Lanka refuse to play amid ball tampering row

INTERNATIONAL cricket appears to have another ball tampering scandal on its hands after incredible scenes during the second Test match between Sri Lanka and West Indies.

Teenager smashes record with ridiculous 232no

Australian Belinda Clark no longer holds the record for the highest score in women's one-day internationals following a phenomenal knock from New Zealander Amelia Kerr.

Lehmann hits out at sandpaper crowd stunt

Former Australian coach Darren Lehmann hits out at sandpaper crowd stunt AAP Thursday, 14 June 2018 7:32AM Three-wicket loss for Aussies against England VideoThe match was the first for Australia's new international team Facebook IconEmail IconLink Icon Former Australian cricket coach Darren Lehmann has hit out on social media in response to fans being handed pieces of sandpaper on their way to Australia's one-day loss to England at The Oval.

Renshaw continues ridiculous run of form

Cameron Bancroft's pain continues to be Matt Renshaw's gain, with the Queensland opener extending his formidable first-class form to help Somerset claim top spot on the county championship table.

Fresh faces to turn around Aussie ODI woes

FIVE months after a 4-1 ODI thumping by England Down Under, a new-look Australia resumes hostilities with the old enemy in another five-match one-day international series.

Lehmann joins Warner, Bancroft in NT comp

The son of former national coach Darren Lehmann will be among the young guns taking on David Warner and Cameron Bancroft in Darwin next month.

Our quiet achievers among the Queen’s Birthday honours

West Australians from all walks of life have been recognised in this year’s Queen’s Birthday Honours list, including a former mining executive, a cricketing legend and volunteer dedicated to improving the lives of sick kids and their families.

Deputy in box seat for CA top job

AUSTRALIA has the chance to be cavalier but is likely to plump for a steady as he – or she – goes replacement for departing chief executive James Sutherland.

Finch backs young guns to fire in England

Aaron Finch believes the lack of pressure on an inexperienced Australia team can work in their favour ahead of this month's daunting ODI series against England.

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NEW DELHI (Reuters) - Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Thursday he hoped a historic cricket match between India and Afghanistan would strengthen ties between the South Asian neighbors and allies in the fight against militancy in the region.

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