Month: March 2018

Gloucestershire have signed James Bracey until the end of the 2019 season. Bracey, 20 years old and Bristol-born, impressed at the end of the 2017 season. He made a maiden first-class century – 156 – against Glamorgan in the penultimate round of games and followed it with an unbeaten 82 in the final round against
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Queensland 516 (Hemphrey 77, Wildermuth 73, Neser 58, Webster 3-83) and 1 for 128 (Renshaw 81*, Burns 41) beat Tasmania 477 (Wade 108, Silk 76, Rainbird 57, Doggett 5-101) and 1 for 166 dec (Doolan 82*, Silk 74) by nine wicketsScorecard Queensland joyfully accepted a desperate declaration and charged to their first Sheffield Shield title
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Uncapped 23-year-old Tamil Nadu allrounder Dayalan Hemalatha has been called up to the India women squad to face England women in a three-match ODI series at home. Middle-order batsman Devika Vaidya, who last played for India in May last year, was recalled to the squad of 15. Jhulan Goswami, who missed India’s last ODI assignment
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Cricketers around the world should consider taking a leading role in adopting their own honour code under which they operate, according to Tony Irish, chief executive of the Federation of International Cricketers’ Associations (FICA). Responding to several incidents in the global game over the last few weeks, which reached a climax when Australia’s captain Steven
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Australia 186 for 5 (Mooney 71, Villani 61, Vastrakar 2-28) beat India 150 for 5 (Rodrigues 50, Patil 38*, Schutt 3-31) by 36 runsScorecard Megan Schutt celebrates the wicket of Tammy Beaumont Getty Images An Australian record T20I partnership for the third wicket between Elyse Villani and Beth Mooney, followed by a hat-trick from Megan Schutt,
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Tasmania 477 (Wade 108, Doggett 5-101) & 0 for 10 trail Queensland 516 (Hemphrey 77, Wildermuth 73, Webster 3-83) by 28 runs Queensland is within sight of its eighth Sheffield Shield trophy after a satisfying day of graft against Tasmania at Allan Border Field. Any local nerves in the morning, when the Bulls resumed 244
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Australia’s captain for now, Tim Paine, believes his team must forge a new and better identity out of the wreckage of Newlands, where the infamy of the ball-tampering fiasco was rounded off by the humiliation of an abject 322-run defeat. South Africa’s captain Faf du Plessis believes Australia’s ball tampering at Newlands was a more
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1:01 Luke Ronchi’s blistering start at the top set up Islamabad United’s second PSL title Islamabad United 154 for 7 (Ronchi 52, Farhan 44, Asif 26) beat Peshawar Zalmi 148 for 9 (Jordan 36, Dawson 33, Shadab 3-25)Scorecard and ball-by-ball details It was a predictable final, in that, its dominant theme ended up defining the
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An ICC suspension from the final Test against South Africa may be just the start of sanctions for Australia’s captain Steven Smith, who alongside his deputy David Warner faces anything up to a life ban for cheating under Cricket Australia’s code of behaviour. While Australia slid towards their heaviest defeat to South Africa since readmission,
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South Africa 311 (Elgar 141*, de Villiers 64, Cummins 4-78) and 373 (Markram 84, De Kock 65, De Villiers 63, Philander 52*, Cummins 3-67, Hazlewood 3-69, Lyon 3-102) beat Australia 255 (Bancroft 77, Morkel 4-87, Rabada 4-91) and 107 (Morkel 5-23) by 322 runsScorecard and ball-by-ball details South Africa might have won the Test, but
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Another unconverted half-century for Joe Root. This time with added pain. With three balls to go on the fourth day at Eden Park, Trent Boult was coming to the end of an exacting final burst with the pink ball under lights. Almost every delivery had demanded attention from the batsmen. From round the wicket, he
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