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Lorgat backs 'aggressive' changes to selection policy
Transformation targets for South Africa's national team could be reviewed as CSA continues to push for what CEO Haroon Lorgat has termed "aggressive," change

CSK target final-overs bite, RCB early boosts
Chennai Super Kings' finishers haven't functioned to full potential, much the same as Royal Challengers Bangalore's bowling outfit

Meschede grabs his own headlines
Craig Meschede's maiden hundred rescued Glamorgan against Surrey in a match which will live long in the all-rounder's memory

Davies swings match Lancashire's way
A record-breaking 10th wicket stand between Alex Davies and Kyle Jarvis put an absorbing game firmly in Lancashire's grasp on the third day at Derby.

Ervine century gives Hampshire advantage
An accomplished century by Sean Ervine has given Hampshire a scent of their first victory of the season. The Zimbabwean allrounder struck a near-flawless 102 to first steer his side out of trouble and then turn the pressure on to the home team.

Yorkshire edge advantage on Leaning ton

Worcestershire favourites after Kervezee's surprise
The spectre of Saeed Ajmal loomed over Worcestershire's return to Division One. Last year Essex coach Paul Grayson said that if umpires had been "brave" enough to call Ajmal for an illegal action Worcestershire would not have been promoted.

Time for Sunrisers to rise to the occasion
Sunrisers Hyderabad face the problem of finding the best eleven and in Kolkata Knight Riders they have a side that has started to put together clinical performances

Foster's counter-attack secures victory
James Foster led from the front as Essex opened their LV= County Championship Division Two campaign with a five-wicket victory against Kent at Chelmsford

Amla fills gap for Derbyshire
South Africa's Test captain, Hashim Amla, has signed a short-term contract to join Derbyshire as a replacement for Martin Guptill

Indifferent England make inroads
Thanks in part to the generosity of their hosts, England managed to pick up four wickets in three hours of play, after early rainfall took a chunk out of the morning

Kings XI end Royals' run in Super Over
Brought in because regular captain George Bailey had a shoulder injury, Shaun Marsh played two crucial innings to give Kings XI their second win

Bangladesh eye rise in ODI rankings
Bangladesh are unlikely to tinker with their playing XI for the third and final ODI against Pakistan as they have a keen eye on the ICC ODI rankings

South Africa to host first Africa T20 Cup
South Africa will host the first Africa T20 Cup as a curtain raiser to the domestic season

Hafeez cleared to bowl in international cricket
Mohammad Hafeez, the Pakistan allrounder, has been cleared to bowl in international cricket after the results of a test conducted on his bowling action in an ICC-accredited facility in Chennai on April 9

Salman Butt to meet ACSU in Dubai
Salman Butt, the suspended former Pakistan captain, has been called by the ICC Anti-Corruption and Security Unit to Dubai on April 28

Bangladesh extend series lead to 5-1
With a 45-run win in the sixth Youth ODI in Chittagong, Bangladesh Under-19s extended their lead to 5-1 over South Africa Under-19s in the seven-match series.

Pakistan set for full tour of Sri Lanka in June
Pakistan will likely play three Tests, five ODIs and two T20 internationals in Sri Lanka during the tour planned for June and July, a Sri Lanka Cricket official has said

Bangladesh well placed to complete whitewash
Bangladesh are allowed to feel some Schadenfreude when hearing Pakistan ask for more time to develop as a team. It used to be Bangladesh's go-to phrase for years

Sandeep Sharma on the upswing after injury
Kings XI Punjab seamer Sandeep Sharma has said the Ranji Trophy was more difficult than the IPL for a fast bowler, and that it was a big step up from under-19 cricket

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