Tuesday, 17 October 2017

Cricket

Windies recall fast bowler Kemar Roach for England tour

Kemar Roach

KINGSTON: Fast bowler Kemar Roach has been recalled to the West Indies squad for their three-Test tour of England starting next month, the selection panel said. Roach, who has not played a test for 18 months, was chosen after displaying fine form in domestic competition, said chairman of selectors Courtney ...

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Philander leads South Africa rout of England

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NOTTINGHAM: Vernon Philander led a fine all-round bowling effort as South Africa thrashed England by 340 runs in the second Test at Trent Bridge on Monday. Victory saw the Proteas level the four-match series at 1-1 after they themselves had been well beaten by 211 runs in the first Test ...

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Shikhar Dhawan replaces injured Murali Vijay

Shikhar Dhawan

MUMBAI: Shikhar Dhawan has been named as replacement for Murali Vijay in the squad for Test series in Sri Lanka starting July 26. The Virat Kohli-led Team India departs for a full-fledged tour consisting three Tests, five ODIs and a one-off T20 International on July 19. “The All-India Senior Selection ...

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Gayle lends his support to Australia cricketers

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SYDNEY: West Indies dashing opener Chris Gayle has come out in support of Steve Smith and co. in their pay dispute with Cricket Australia which sees 230 Australian cricketers without a contract. The Jamaican born feels that the players deserve what they demand. The Australia Cricketers’ Association is backing the ...

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Amla leaves England with mountain to climb in 2nd Test

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NOTTINGHAM: Hashim Amla helped South Africa pile on the runs to leave England facing what would be a record-breaking chase in the second Test at Trent Bridge on Sunday. South Africa set England 474 to win after declaring their second innings on 343 for nine late on the third day. ...

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Dhoni’s inputs made captaincy easier for Virat Kohli: Rahane

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MUMBAI: Indian batsman Ajinkya Rahane is in the spotlight after emerging as India’s highest run-getter in the West Indies ODI tour. Despite not being given much of an opportunity in the ICC Champions Trophy in June in England, the Mumbai batsman proved he can deliver when needed as his batting ...

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Raza, Moor lift Zimbabwe

Raza, Moor Zimbabwe

COLOMBO: Batsmen Sikandar Raza and Peter Moor helped Zimbabwe regain lost ground after a top-order collapse and stretch their second innings lead over Sri Lanka to 136 in the one-off Test in Colombo on Sunday. The visitors were 126 for five at tea on day three, with Raza (45) and ...

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If Indian cricket requires me, I won’t shy away: Anurag Thakur

Anurag Thakur

NEW DELHI: Former BCCI president Anurag Thakur is out of Indian cricket administrations’ ambit since the Supreme Court of India (SC) removed him from his post for giving false information to the court regarding the implantation of Justice RM Lodha Committee recommendations. With the contempt of court, the suit was ...

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India storm into Cup semis as New Zealand wilt

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LONDON: New Zealand have crumbled for a paltry 79 against India to exit the Women’s World Cup in miserable fashion. The White Ferns’ 186-run loss in Derby leaves them fifth in the group stage while India advance to the semi-finals for the first time, where they will face Australia. The ...

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