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Beaumont fires England to T20 record against South Africa

Taunton: Another day produced another record.

PCB to reduce number of central contracts

Islamabad: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) will be reducing the number of central contracts of players with an aim to improve players’ superiority instead of their numbers.

Commissioner: ‘Kabaddi biggest emerging sport’

Dubai: “Kabaddi is the most successful emerging sport in the world,” remarked Anupam Goswami, the league commissioner of Pro Kabaddi and secretary of the organising committee of Kabaddi Masters Dubai 2018, which is commencing from today (Friday) at the Al Wasl Sports Club.

Far from madding crowd, Dhoni readies himself for England tour

Former Indian skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni bats at the nets with some throw-downs at the National Cricket Academy (NCA), ahead of England tour, in Bengaluru.

Far from madding crowd, Dhoni readies himself for England tour

Bengaluru: The best in the business prepare quietly for tougher battles and Mahendra Singh Dhoni is no exception as he went through a rigorous net session at the National Cricket Academy (NCA), far from public gaze, ahead of England tour.

Migrants from Afghanistan and Pakistan bring mainstream cricket to Sweden

Wooden bats and red balls are taking over Sweden's fields: cricket is booming in the Scandinavian country thanks to Afghan and Pakistani migrants who've found a way to reconnect with their roots.

Pakistan have fair chance to win 2019 World Cup: Waqar

Lahore: Pakistan bowling great Waqar Younis believes the experience gained by the green brigade in English conditions will boost their confidence in the 2019 ICC Cricket World Cup, starting May 30 in England and Wales.

South Africa rest Tahir to try other spin options

Cape Town: South Africa will rest first-choice spinner Imran Tahir for the five-match One Day International series in Sri Lanka starting next month as they assess their slow-bowling options ahead of the 2019 Cricket World Cup.

Chandimal charged with ball-tampering against Windies

Gros-Islet, Saint Lucia: Sri Lanka captain Dinesh Chandimal was charged by the ICC on Sunday over ball-tampering in the second Test against the West Indies in St Lucia.

Durani’s presence stokes nostalgia in Bengaluru

Dubai: Much before the Mahendra Singh Dhonis and Yuvraj Singhs became famous for their six-hitting prowess, Indian cricket fans in the sixties and seventies used to demand sixers from a certain charismatic all-rounder — Salim Durani.


Berbice Cricket is on the move again

BCB president Hilbert Foster PRESIDENT of the Berbice Cricket Board (BCB) Hilbert Foster is hailing the achievements of his first three months in office and the strides that cricket in the Ancient County has made.