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    Kumar restores Lankan pride
    23 January 2012 09:30
    DUBAI - Kumar Sangakkara's century led Sri Lanka to a riveting two-wicket win over South Africa with a ball to spare as they restored some pride in the fifth and final one-day international on Sunday.
    At 3-1 down, Sri Lanka appeared poised for another defeat when hundreds from Graeme Smith...
    Strauss calm after defeat
    20 January 2012 09:13
    DUBAI - Andrew Strauss spared his England team the lecture last night on precisely what went wrong in their 10-wicket defeat against Pakistan in the first Test.
    But they can expect some home truths at some point today, from a captain who is confident they have the ability and strength of...
    Probe into Roebuck death continues
    19 January 2012 09:09
    LIVERPOOL - The inquest into the death of cricket writer and former Somerset captain Peter Roebuck was opened and adjourned yesterday.
    Roebuck, 55, had been covering the Test series between the Proteas and Australia in Cape Town, South Africa, in November last year when it is understood he...
    Clarke calls for vigilance
    16 January 2012 09:27
    LONDON - Giles Clarke has called for total vigilance as cricket attempts to rid itself of any hint of corruption.
    Clarke, chairman of the England and Wales Cricket Board, feels players should make use of the system now in place to alert the game's authorities to any attempts to fix any part...
    Daredevil Pietersen joins Premier League
    09 January 2012 09:59
    LONDON - England batsman Kevin Pietersen has announced he has joined the Delhi Daredevils for this year's Indian Premier League.
    The South Africa-born player had been due to represent the Deccan Chargers in last year's competition only to be sidelined with injury.
    However, the Delhi...
    Clarke takes India apart
    05 January 2012 09:33
    SYDNEY - Australia captain Michael Clarke smashed a host of records as he notched a superb triple century before unselfishly declaring in the second Test against India, with Mike Hussey having just brought up his 150 at Sydney Cricket Ground.
    Clarke became only the sixth Australian to pass...
    Australia in command
    04 January 2012 09:22
    SYDNEY - Ricky Ponting's first Test century in 721 days and a superb captain's knock from Michael Clarke put Australia in complete control at tea on day two of the second Test against India at the Sydney Cricket Ground.
    The former skipper and his replacement produced an impressive 288-run...
    Proteas ready for Lankans
    03 January 2012 10:28
    CAPE TOWN - Captain Graeme Smith says South Africa have confronted their surprise defeat to Sri Lanka head on.
    With the three-match series locked at 1-1 after the tourists completed a first Test victory in South Africa in Durban last time out, the Proteas head into the decider in a...
    Lankans ready to level series
    29 December 2011 09:20
    DURBAN - Sri Lanka looked well placed to level their three-match series against South Africa after claiming a 426-run lead by the close of play on day three of the second Test in Durban.
    The tourists were indebted to a 28th Test ton from Kumar Sangakkara - dropped on three by Proteas captain...
    Lankans in full control
    28 December 2011 09:50
    DURBAN - Sri Lanka gained control of the second Test against South Africa at Durban on day two, when 14 wickets fell for 224 runs.
    After turning their overnight 289 for seven into 338, Sri Lanka dismissed the hosts for 168 - with Chanaka Welegedara taking five wickets and Rangana Herath...
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