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Cape Cobras defended their Sunfoil Series title thrashing Lions by an innings and 165 runs in Johannesburg. The win boosted them to 137.88 points at the top of the table, guaranteeing them their second first-class title in as many years. Cape Cobras'
The Proteas have faith in Hashim Amla as a T20 opener. (AFP) A happy team is always likely to perform better than an unhappy one, certainly as far as its tactical approach is concerned, so the Proteas can have no complaints about the seemingly
Carillion Alawi registered a 28-run win against Landscape Architecture to book a semifinal berth in the Khimji Ramdas-sponsored Intermediate Cup Twenty20 match. Elected to bat first, Carillion Alawi scored 153 for the loss of seven wickets in 20
Stars Light crushed OCT Al Amerat by a massive 102 runs in a Khimji Ramdas-sponsored Senior Cup T20 tournament match. Winning the toss and deciding to bat first, Stars Light piled up 212 runs for the loss of five wickets in 20 stipulated overs.
He picks six wickets in one innings, but can't pick even one in the next.' Former India players assess the pacer in conversation with Rediff.com 's Bikash Mohapatra. T he sequence of numbers above is Ishant Sharma's bowling average in the last seven
Al Nahdha Overseas defeated Sayarti by eight wickets to clinch the G Division Twenty20 title with an unbeaten record. Opting to bat first, a 10-man Sayarti were bowled out for 125 in 18.2 overs thanks to a brilliant 70 from Ruwan Rupasinghe and a
Legspinner Todd Astle wrote himself into the record books as Canterbury completed their Plunket Shield campaign in style, beating Central Districts by nine wickets yesterday. The Wizards had already clinched the four-day competition before their
Phil Whitticase Leicestershire's Jigar Naik should replace Graeme Swann as England's main spin bowler, according to his club director of cricket Phil Whitticase. Naik, 29, has been plagued by injuries in the last 18 months, but Whitticase is
Sri Lanka Under-19s 262 for 8 (Mendis 103, Bazley 3-32) beat Australia Under-19s 167 (Valente 47, Rajapaksha 3-21) by 95 runs Scorecard Kusal Mendis ' 103 and a tight bowling performance helped Sri Lanka Under-19s rout Australia Under-19s by 95 runs
Major contributors were skipper Shah Nouman (28), Anan Khalifa (21) and opening batsman Adhitya (20)...Yazid Nabil top scored with 37 runs while Vakeeshan Sundareswaran chipped in with 22...Electing to bat first, ISG scored 142 runs for the loss of