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Australian cricket coach Darren Lehmann to resign

SYDNEY: The axe was hanging over the head of Australian coach Darren Lehmann and skipper Steve Smith Tuesday with cricket chiefs holding crisis talks in South Africa to deal with an escalating cheating scandal. Cricket Australia (CA) boss James Sutherland, under mounting pressure to come down hard on what Australian …

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Nicholls helps New Zealand take lead to 289

  After a frustrating third day, both New Zealand and England were welcomed by bright sunshine on the fourth day as the hosts stretched their lead to 289 at Eden Park on Sunday (March 25). Henry Nicholls was unbeaten on 100 as New Zealand took their score to 347 for …

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Zimbabwe left heartbroken as UAE clinch stunning win

Zimbabwe’s hopes of qualifying for the 2019 World Cup were dwarfed to near negligibility as UAE stunned the hosts in a last-over thriller at the national capital on Thursday(March 22), securing a three-run victory. Through the majority of yet another tense, rain-truncated chase, Sean Williams gave the jam-packed Harare Sports Club a …

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BCCI secretary writes scathing letter to CoA

Less than 24 hours after the Supreme Court appointed Committee of Administrators (CoA) listed out a 12-pointer to office bearers of the BCCI, curbing their authority in day-to-day functioning of the Board, the office bearers shot back a letter to the CoA on Friday (March 16). Through the letter, BCCI’s acting secretary …

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Sunil Narine reported for suspect action in PSL

Sunil Narine, who represents the Lahore Qalandars in the Pakistan Super League, has been reported on Thursday (March 15) for a suspected illegal bowling action during last night’s clash between his side and Quetta Gladiators in Sharjah. Since he is on the warning list as of now, he can be …

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Broad could be a good first-change option – Anderson

England’s leading Test match wicket taker, James Anderson, says that Stuart Broadis “disappointed” to have not opened the bowling in either of England’s warm-up matches in New Zealand but thinks it could be a useful option to have Broad come on first change in the Test series. Mark Wood opened the …

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