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    Morton killed in crash
    06 March 2012 08:51
    PORT OF SPAIN - West Indies Cricket Board president Julian Hunte has led the tributes to former international batsman Runako Morton, who was killed in a car crash on Sunday.
    Morton, 33, died when the car he was driving hit a pole in Trinidad.
    "Runako's passing, still in the prime of...
    NZ duo get bans
    02 March 2012 10:12
    WELLINGTON - New Zealand batsman Jesse Ryder and fast bowler Doug Bracewell have been handed one-match bans after breaking team rules on drinking alcohol.
    The pair went out after the one-day international loss to South Africa in Napier on Wednesday and became involved in a row in a bar.
    Kohli steers India through
    29 February 2012 09:13
    HOBART - A brilliant century by Virat Kohli steered India to an astonishing seven-wicket victory over Sri Lanka in Hobart.
    Set 321 for victory and needing to reach the target within 40 overs to secure a bonus point and keep their Commonwealth Bank Series finals hopes alive, the previously...
    Ponting ends ODI career
    21 February 2012 09:06
    SYDNEY - Ricky Ponting has retired from one-day international cricket but will continue to play Test matches for Australia.
    The 37-year-old was dropped from Australia's squad for the rest of the Commonwealth Bank Series, prompting his decision to call time on his ODI career.
    "It's a...
    England calling for Bresnan
    07 February 2012 09:07
    ABU DHABI - Tim Bresnan was named this morning in England's one-day international and Twenty20 squads to play Pakistan, but his participation is still subject to ongoing fitness checks.
    The Yorkshire seamer had to leave this tour of the United Arab Emirates, because of post-operative elbow...
    Easy win for Australia
    06 February 2012 09:26
    MELBOURNE - Australia comfortably beat India by 65 runs in the opening match of the Commonwealth Bank ODI Tri-Series in Melbourne.
    Defending a highly-competitive 216 for five in a contest reduced to 32 overs per side following the loss of more than three hours of play due to rain, the...
    England make flying start
    03 February 2012 10:20
    ABU DHABI - Stuart Broad and James Anderson both struck with the new ball to give England a flying start to the final Test against Pakistan.
    England, in danger of a 3-0 whitewash after back-to-back defeats here and in Abu Dhabi, gave their hosts a torrid time after Misbah-ul-Haq had chosen...
    Amir released from prison
    02 February 2012 09:32
    LONDON - Pakistan cricketer Mohammad Amir has been released from jail after serving half of a six-month sentence for his part in a fixing scam.
    Amir, 19, who had been tipped to become one of the all-time great fast bowlers, was freed from Portland Prison in Dorset yesterday morning, sources...
    England soar past Pakistan
    26 January 2012 09:27
    ABU DHABI - England ripped through Pakistan's lower order as the hosts lost their final three wickets for just one run to finish their first innings all out for 257 on the second day of the second test in Abu Dhabi on Thursday.
    Stuart Broad snared captain Misbah ul-Haq (84) leg before wicket...
    Cook aiming to bounce back
    24 January 2012 09:34
    DUBAI - Alastair Cook knows history, of their own making, is on England's side as they bid to bounce back against Pakistan in the second Test tomorrow.
    England's batsmen did themselves no justice in Dubai last week, where consecutive collapses to under 200 to the bowling of Saeed Ajmal and...
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