Nahida, Nida help ZTBL beat HEC in women’s Departmental T20

KARACHI: Nahida Bibi hit a fine fifty and Nida Dar showed all-round performance to enable Zarai Taraqiati Bank Limited (ZTBL) to overwhelm Higher Education Commission (HEC) by 66 runs in their match of the Departmental T20 Women Cricket Championship here at the National Stadium on Friday.

Ball-tampering scandal: Time to get back and earn people’s trust, says Steve Smith

By: Sports Desk | Updated: May 4, 2018 12:06:24 Steve Smith thanked his family for helping him in tough times.

Gary Kirsten sees recovering Australia as genuine World Cup contenders

By: Reuters | New Delhi | Published: May 4, 2018 1:49:37 Gary Kirsten believes Australia will bounce back.

Cheteshwar Pujara fails again, Yorkshire bowled out for 50

Indian batsman Cheteshwar Pujara's plan to prepare for the upcoming tour of England by playing in the county cricket has gone from bad to worse.

My blueprint won’t change

As I was driving to the airport on Wednesday I listened to Tim Hammond’s interview about him retiring from politics to be with his family.

Shadab Khan spins out Northants as youthful Pakistan get to grips with red ball...

Pakistan’s cricket is heading in the right direction under the all-format captaincy of their robust keeper-batsman Sarfraz Ahmed and their international coaching staff led by Micky Arthur.

Porterfield to lead Ireland in historic Test

William Porterfield will captain Ireland in their first ever Test against Pakistan after a 14-man squad was announced on Friday.

MS Dhoni doesn’t answer phone calls, accessible in his room: Shahzad

Afghanistan batsman Mohammad Shahzad has claimed that he has many good friends in the Indians cricket team but the closest of them all is none other than MS Dhoni.

Justin Langer’s selection as head coach raises questions over Cricket Australia’s commitment to improving...

Australia's newly-appointed head coach Justin Langer swears by a book called Zen in the Martial Arts.

Lehmann: Australian cricket is going to be in such good hands

Former Australia coach Darren Lehmann has backed his successor Justin Langer to take the team on to big things.