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Mahmudullah, seamers rout Chittagong
Barisa Bulls' batting revival came at the perfect time for them, although it was not quite so for Chittagong Vikings who were crushed at their home ground by 33 runs
‘It has been hell’: Cairns found not guilty
FORMER New Zealand cricket captain Chris Cairns has been cleared of perjury and perverting the course of justice in a UK court.
Kumble quits as chief mentor of Mumbai Indians
Anil Kumble has stepped down as chief mentor of Mumbai Indians with immediate effect in order to pursue other opportunities in sports and cricket
Bollinger proves a fine vintage for Blues
DOUG Bollinger may be the old bull in the paddock but he is clearly not a spent force, leading NSW to a seven-wicket Sheffield Shield win over Queensland.
Cairns found not guilty after nine-week trial
Chris Cairns has been cleared of perjury and perverting the course of justice after an nine-week trial in London
No quick fix for depleted Aussie attack
NATHAN Coulter-Nile will find out on Tuesday whether a brutal suspension has cost him his place in the Test squad to face the West Indies.
Shahzad, bowlers help Afghanistan seal series
Mohammad Shahzad struck 60 off 46 balls and the bowlers throttled the chase as Afghanistan beat Oman to take the T20 series 2-0
Burns’ place under threat despite Gabba heroics
USMAN Khawaja’s imminent return from injury has the pressure on fellow Queenslander Joe Burns to lock down his Test opening spot against the West Indies.
Australia have weaknesses we can exploit - Holder
West Indies captain Jason Holder has said that his team will approach the upcoming Australia Tests with "a lot of belief" and an intention to play "aggressive cricket"
Angry NZ demands DRS fiasco explanation
IT was the decision that shaped the Test and New Zealand is not happy, demanding that the ICC explains the DRS farce that saved Nathan Lyon.
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