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Sri Lanka's cricket selectors have sacked Dinesh Chandimal as Twenty20 captain and replaced him with Lasith Malinga
New Zealand all-rounder Jesse Ryder has signed for Essex until the end of the season.
New Zealand Cricket is advertising for a new assistant coach for the Black Caps after Bob Carter was appointed its high performance coach.
West Indies fast bowler Kemar Roach has escaped serious injury when his BMW car flipped over several times on a rain-lashed Bridgetown road.
Kevin Pietersen's hopes of reviving his England career appeared to end when ECB managing director Paul Downton said there was no hope of a return.
Peter Moores has been recalled as England cricket coach five years after being dramatically axed fro...
Wellington offspinner Jeetan Patel featured with bat and ball, but his Warwickshire team still slump...
England batsman Jonathan Trott is taking a lengthy break from cricket for the second time in five mo...
England batsman Jonathan Trott is set to take another break from cricket due to the same stress issu...
England all-rounder Ben Stokes admits he must keep his anger under control if he is to end his international exile.
Corey Anderson misfired in his IPL debut for the Mumbai Indians in their 41 run roasting by the Kolkata Knight Riders in Abu Dhabi.
The Supreme Court has rejected Narainswami Srinivasan's plea to reinstate him as India's cricket chief.
New Zealand allrounder Corey Anderson is touch and go to make his Indian Premier League debut for the Mumbai Indians when the seventh edition of the lucrative Twenty20 tournament begins this week.
Mark Craig and Luke Ronchi are in line for Test debuts after being named in the Black Caps squad to tour the West Indies.
Sacked batting star Kevin Pietersen still hopes to return to international cricket and become the first England player to score 10,000 Test runs.
Sri Lanka's cricket board and two senior players were locked in a war of words, a day after the World Cup-winning Twenty20 team returned home as national heroes.
Axed England batsman Kevin Pietersen denies he had a bad relationship with his teammates, adding he was the first to help Jonathan Trott during his stress-related illness.
Pakistan cricket authorities demanded an explanation from star all-rounder Shahid Afridi after he criticised the team's "negative" approach.
Mahela Jayawardene and Kumar Sangakkara those that criticised them for announcing their retirement from Twenty20 internationals without telling the board first.
Australia crush Bangladesh
West Indies through to semis
Black Caps' place in semi-finals at stake
McCullum stresses need for T20 improvement
Black Caps slump to 59-run loss
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