South Africa women 127 for 6 (Lee 46, Wolvaardt 30, Kubra 3-23) beat Bangladesh women 110 for 5 (Ahmed 36, Hoque 35, Ismail 3-19) by 17 runsScorecard Shabnim Ismail is congratulated on the wicket of Hayley Matthews Getty Images Seamer Shabnim Ismail‘s three-for and opener Lizelle Lee‘s 38-ball 46 helped South Africa beat Bangladesh by 17
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Sri Lanka will have two of their senior players Angelo Mathews and Suranga Lakmal fit and available for the Test series in West Indies in June. Both players had been named in the travelling squad, but the selectors were concerned with their match fitness. However, following an eight-day training camp, SLC now believe both players
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MCC and ECB have announced a new approach to the development and funding of University Cricket from 2020. Under the arrangement, ECB will resume the funding of University Cricket following MCC’s decision to end its support for the current programme in two years’ time. The decision ends months of uncertainty about whether a successful and
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Australian fast bowler Billy Stanlake has been withdrawn from his deal with Yorkshire for the Vitality T20 Blast as he switches his focus to proving that he has a future at Test level. The late change of heart, determined by Cricket Australia and Stanlake’s representatives following Justin Langer’s appointment as head coach, leaves Yorkshire high
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The Bangladeshi general election, to be held later this year, could result in a postponement of the 2018-19 season of the Bangladesh Premier League. The tournament was originally expected to begin in October this year. But Ismail Haider Mallick, member secretary of the BPL’s governing council, said on Wednesday that providing security would be challenging,
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Canterbury’s legspinning allrounder Todd Astle has been offered a New Zealand contract for the first time, while James Neesham and Neil Broom were left out of the list of 20 contracted players for the 2018-19 period. Corey Anderson, Todd Astle, Trent Boult, Lockie Ferguson, Colin de Grandhomme, Martin Guptill, Matt Henry, Tom Latham, Adam Milne,
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5:26 AM ET Mohammad IsamESPN As the Bangladesh team consultant, Gary Kirsten‘s first order of business will be to help the BCB finalise on a head coach. BCB president Nazmul Hassan said on Monday that Kirsten is looking at the three candidates shortlisted by the board, to determine who would be the perfect fit. Hassan
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© Cricket Australia/Getty Images Bill Lawry, the former Australian captain and longtime commentator, has confirmed his retirement from cricket broadcasting after knocking back offers from the Seven and Fox Sports networks to cover the game after Channel Nine’s loss of free-to-air television rights after 40 years. Ultimately, it was the
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Australian cricket will soon rid itself of a major conflict of interest after Mark Waugh chose to step down as a national selector in order to commentate full-time for the pay-TV provider Fox Sports. Officially Waugh is still slated to be the selector on duty when the limited-overs team travels to England in June for
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A constitutional anomaly that may have blocked the banned Australian opener Cameron Bancroft from playing club cricket in his hometown in Perth, has been waived by the clubs. This means he can turn out for his club Willeton before he is again eligible to represent his state and country. Alongside David Warner and Steven Smith,
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South Africa 169 for 4 (Wolvaardt 70*, Lee 44, Tul Kubra 3-37) beat Bangladesh 166 for 9 (Rumana 74, Sultana 53, Ismail 3-17) by six wickets Shabnim Ismail roars after taking a wicket Getty/ICC South Africa’s bowling prowess came to the fore once again as their new-ball tandem of Shabnim Ismail and Marizanne Kapp took five
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10:46 AM ET Mohammad IsamESPN Kalabagan Krira Chakra’s players have met the BCB chief executive Nizamuddin Chowdhury, informing him that they are yet to be paid their dues for playing in this season’s Dhaka Premier League. Following the pre-season players’ draft, the BCB had instructed the clubs to pay the players 25% of their fees
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