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Younis enters 8000 club
Stats highlights from the second day of the second Test between Australia and Pakistan at Abu Dhabi

Underdone Sri Lanka dial down expectations
Sri Lanka arrive for an unexpected tour, lacking proper preparations and missing two key bowlers

Central Zone bounce back to even up game
Central Zone consolidated a 111-run lead on the back of half-centuries from Faiz Fazal and Jalaj Saxena

Spinners give South Island 15-run win
Two wickets apiece from Matt Henry and James McMillan, and economical bowling from the South Island spinners gave them a 15-run win against North Island in the Georgie Pie Super Smash exhibition match in Hamilton

Rimmington five-for rolls Tasmania for 215
Western Australia carried on their Matador Cup-winning form and confidence to roll Tasmania for 215 on the first day of their Sheffield Shield opener at the WACA Ground

Mills turns south to forward career
Tymal Mills, the left-arm fast bowler seen as one of the most exciting young talents in England, has left Essex to join Sussex on a two-year contract.

Younis and Misbah subdue Australia
Younis Khan and Misbah-ul-Haq helped Pakistan put up a dominant 570 for 6, taking a position of absolute power over Australia on the second day of the Abu Dhabi Test

Haddin injures right shoulder
Australia's Test series went from bad to worse with the loss of wicketkeeper Brad Haddin to a shoulder injury on the second morning in Abu Dhabi

Boland's career-best limits NSW
Scott Boland began the season with a career-best performance, his maiden five-wicket haul in first-class cricket restricting New South Wales on the opening day of the Sheffield Shield at the MCG

Stevens ton revives Bulls after Sayers hat-trick
South Australia fast bowler Chadd Sayers began the season with a top-order hat-trick but Queensland recovered through a maiden century from Nick Stevens

Nepal, Hong Kong to tour Sri Lanka in November
The top four Asian Associates - Nepal, Afghanistan, Hong Kong and UAE - are set to tour Sri Lanka after the SLC approved a request from the ACC development manager Bandula Warnapura

Taylor not certain for Abu Dhabi Test
Ross Taylor has said he is not a certain starter for the first Test against Pakistan in Abu Dhabi, beginning on November 9, because of a right calf strain

Ryder named in New Zealand A squad for UAE tour
Batsman Jesse Ryder has been thrown a lifeline toward a possible recall for the World Cup after being included in a 13-man New Zealand A squad for a four-match 50-over tour to the UAE beginning November 23.

WICB lobbies regional players
In an attempt to gain the initiative in the standoff with its international players, WICB president Dave Cameron has sent a letter of reassurance to regional players, days before the domestic season starts

New Zealand prepare for UAE heat
New Zealand coach Mike Hesson knows they have a tough task on their hands in the Pakistan series in the UAE next month

Gloucestershire submit floodlight plans
Gloucestershire have applied to Bristol council for planning permission to erect floodlights at the county ground

Azhar focused on making starts count
Azhar Ali's hundred helped Pakistan boss over Australia on the opening day of the second Test but, more importantly, it showed that he was focused on ensuring his starts were not wasted

I have learnt a lot from AB de Villiers - KL Rahul
Karnataka batsman KL Rahul has scored plenty of runs over the past year, but he says a place on the Australia tour isn't on his mind

WICB urged to seek CARICOM mediation in player standoff
As has become routine through its several crises over the past decade, the WICB has again been urged to seek the help of the inter-governmental Caribbean Community (CARICOM) in resolving potentially it's most destructive dilemma yet

A busy day at the ideas factory
Australia gambled with their XI, Clarke set some unconventional fields, but the result remained the same - another day of Pakistan domination

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