We’ll deal only with recognised player association: PCA

Tribune News Service Chandigarh, August 16 The Punjab Cricket Association (PCA) has said that it is not “inclined to take cognisance” of any state-level association of former cricketers because now a national-level player association has been formed.

Ashes 2019, Australia vs England second Test: Day four live scores at Lord’s

Archer took his first wicket in Test cricket on Friday when he had struggling Australia opener Cameron Bancroft lbw for 13 with a sharp nip-back ball at Lord’s — the ground where he bowled the decisive Super Over in England’s dramatic World Cup final win over New Zealand last month.

Waugh addresses glaring Aussie weakness

Cricket: Steve Smith has showcased a few more of his strange spectrum of leaves as he faced off with the English quicks.

Ashes Debate Podcast: Mark Ramprakash assesses England’s batting woes

Why are England toiling with the bat in Test matches?

Brian Lara to work with West Indies batsmen before India Tests

The legendary Brian Lara and Ramnaresh Sarwan will work with the West Indies batsmen during a training camp ahead of the upcoming Test series against India.

Star day at a Glance, Friday, August 16, 2019

STREET CRICKET Children play a game of cricket, taking advantage of empty roads.

Brian Lara, Ramnaresh Sarwan to work with WI batsmen before Test series vs Ind

Brian Lara, one of the greatest batsmen of all-time, and Ramnaresh Sarwan, who was one the leading players of his generation from the Caribbean, will be part of the pre-series camp, to be held in Antigua ahead of the first Test match against India.

Team India coach to be announced at 7 pm; another term for Shastri likely

The three-member Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) led by former India cricketer Kapil Dev, will announce the new coach of the Indian men's cricket team at 7 pm today.

Ball gets trapped in Trent Boult’s helmet, leaves everyone in splits

New Zealand pacer provided the fans with a memory which left them in splits during the first Test against Sri Lanka at the Galle International Stadium.

Swardeston are one home win away from a day out to remember at Lord’s.

Their reward for a 132-run win at Kent side Bexley in the last eight of the Royal London Club Championship is a semi-final at The Common on September 1.