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49 Melbourne: Former Australian cricketer Dean Jones has criticised national selectors for their continued rejection of batsman Phil Hughes. In an interview to radio station 3AW after Moises Henriques was named to replace injured James Faulkner in
Australian Cricketers' Association (ACA) President Greg Dyer hit out at CA and the England Cricket Board (ECB) for choosing to "sidle up" to India instead of teaming up with South Africa in the ICC power struggle. Dyer accused CA and the ECB of short-
Bird will fly to South Africa on Friday alongside Moises Henriques, after successively proving he's recovered from jarring his back in a Big Bash League game last week. The Tasmanian quick was held back to see if he could get through back-to-back
From smashing the fastest international one-day ton to being belted all round the park it's been a rollercoaster All-rounder Corey Anderson has been in the thick of the action against the West Indies and India as NZ enjoys one of its best seasons.
Allrounders Wayne Parnell and Ryan McLaren were both recalled to South Africa's Test squad ahead of the upcoming series against Australia. The pair will be in direct competition to fill the allrounders' spot in the XI, left empty by Jacques Kallis'
Posted by CricketingStargazer on (January 29, 2014, 13:55 GMT) @Shehan Kankanamge As people say, you can only do it against the opposition in front of you. Wasn't it Matthew Hayden who was the happy beneficiary of Zimbabwe's bowling to break the
For Stuart Broad, Joe Root and Tim Bresnan the thought of England's tour to Australia entering a fourth month must be enough to induce severe nausea...Now it's a struggle to see how England are going to return to winning ways. The Light Roller, in
Lehmann said on Wednesday the departure of former Test gloveman Rixon was part of broader changes to the team's off-field structure. The news follows last week's announcement that legspin great Shane Warne will act as a consultant to the squad's spin
England retain trophy with Twenty20 win England have retained the Women's Ashes after winning the first Twenty20 international by nine wickets to take an unassailable lead in the series. Skipper Charlotte Edwards (92 not out) and Sarah Taylor (50 not
54 Hamilton: Revealing New Zealand`s strategy that has outwitted Indian bowlers in the ongoing ODI series, batsman Ross Taylor said the Kiwis have focussed on denying wickets to the visiting side`s spinners to wear out the rest of their attack.