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Sri Lanka coach eyes 'chance to get back to winning ways'
Sri Lanka's interim head coach, Jerome Jayaratne, has said the team has "accepted they have fallen behind" in Test cricket, and are working hard to correct that against West Indies

Herath to take retirement call after 2016 World T20
Rangana Herath says he won't make any decision on how long to carry on playing until after the end of the 2016 ICC World Twenty20 in India

SLC elections in January 2016, says sports minister
Sri Lanka's sports minister Dayasiri Jayasekera has said that elections for Sri Lanka Cricket will be held in January 2016

Ranji Trophy Live, round two, day three
ESPNcricinfo's regular updates from the second round of Ranji Trophy matches this season

This win has given the squad belief - Raza
Sikandar Raza, the Zimbabwe batsman, has said that the side's two-wicket win in the first ODI against Ireland has given belief to the players, and will assist them in overcoming tough situations in the future

Ganguly confident of Eden Gardens drainage
Sourav Ganguly, the secretary of the Cricket of Association of Bengal (CAB), has brushed aside all criticism generated by the washout of the third T20I between India on South Africa on Thursday at Eden Gardens

Moeen likely to open - Bayliss
Moeen Ali looks to have won the race to open alongside Alastair Cook in the first Test against Pakistan after England's coach, Trevor Bayliss, admitted the allrounder had "his nose in front"

Nair benefits from Pandey's attacking approach
Karun Nair, who made an unbeaten 119, said that he benefited from Manish Pandey's positive approach

Visualisation the key to Iyer's resurgence
After a standout debut first-class season, Shreyas Iyer faced a few blips with India A, but finally turned his form around with a maiden double-hundred against Punjab

Rerturning Lakmal impresses on rain-hit day
Suranga Lakmal marked his return to competitive cricket after an injury layoff with two wickets for 10 runs in 11 overs as West Indians slipped to 127 for 6

Karun Nair 119* hands Karnataka advantage
Karun Nair scored an unflustered hundred to put Karnataka on top against Bengal on a day that could have easily gone either team's way in Bangalore

Iyer double-hundred puts Mumbai on top
Shreyas Iyer's maiden first-class double hundred and captain Aditya Tare's unbeaten century helped Mumbai take a 341-run lead over Punjab

Moeen, Hales fail to impress
England completed their final warm-up match ahead of the Test series with an increasingly farcical day of batting against Pakistan A in Sharjah

Kousik, Malolan tons drive TN surge
A round up of Ranji Trophy Group B matches on October 9, 2015

Ishant six-for keeps Vidarbha under 300
A round-up of the Ranji Trophy Group A matches on October 9, 2015

Gangta ton lifts Himachal Pradesh into lead
A round-up of all the Ranji Trophy Group C matches on October 9, 2015

Forrest, bowlers star in Queensland victory
Queensland had the better of a sluggish pitch at Blacktown Oval to defeat Victoria in an attritional, low scoring Matador Cup match

Jadeja topples Jharkhand in under two days
Allrounder Ravindra Jadeja claimed a match haul of 13 wickets to add to his 58 runs with the bat to help Saurashtra finish off Jharkhand inside two days in Rajkot

Siriwardana, Kusal Mendis named for West Indies Tests
Batting allrounder Milinda Siriwardana and 20-year-old wicketkeeper-batsman Kusal Mendis have been named in Sri Lanka's squad for the two-Test series against West Indies

Agarkar questions Dhoni's place in the team
Former India fast bowler Ajit Agarkar has called for the selectors to scrutinise MS Dhoni's role in the Indian team, and not merely as captain

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