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England sets record ODI cricket score with 481-6 v Australia

England extended its own world record in one-day international cricket by 37 runs after smashing the highest-ever total of 481-6 against Australia in the third ODI on Tuesday.

Australia hit lowest ranking in 34 years before crucial ODI in England

Australia arrive in Nottingham at one of the lowest points in their one-day international cricket history as they desperately try to keep their series against England alive at Trent Bridge on Wednesday (1am NZT).

Stunning catch continues Matt Henry’s dream season as Kent reach England one-day final

For once, Matt Henry didn't star with the ball for his English county Kent.

Banned Australian cricketer David Warner to play in Caribbean Premier League

Banned Australian cricket David Warner will play in this year's Caribbean Premier League.

Grant Bradburn puts his hand up for vacant Black Caps job

Two quite unexpected things have happened for Grant Bradburn over past fortnight - two things which could have a profound impact on the course of his career.

National portrait: White Ferns captain and women’s cricket trailblazer Suzie Bates

Sport was Suzie Bates' life as a Dunedin teenager, but making a life out of sport was never the plan.

Afghanistan lose maiden test to India by innings and 262 runs inside two days

Afghanistan succumbed to top-ranked India by an innings and 262 runs inside two days of its maiden cricket test on Friday (Saturday NZ Time).

From ashes, the record-smashing White Ferns rise

This story was first published on Newsroom and is republished with permission.

Once an Australian test contender, spinner joins Auckland on Vettori’s recommendation

A seal of approval from Daniel Vettori and New Zealand Cricket saw offspinner Will Somerville quit Australian cricket to sign with Auckland and pursue a spot in the Black Caps.

Former Black Caps batsman Jesse Ryder not offered a contract by Central Districts

Jesse Ryder's domestic cricketing career on New Zealand shores looks uncertain.


Incredulous Pietersen tees off at Poms

KEVIN Pietersen has questioned whether England know where they are going, saying their focus on one-day cricket risks alienating fans who care more about Test success.