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Harris loses final battle of wounded knee
Ryan Harris revealed that scans showed he had a cracked right tibia as a result of the knee injury that has forced him into retirement

Clarke shines as Birmingham stay top
A fine all-round performance from Rikki Clarke saw Birmingham through to an impressive victory over Leicestershire at Grace Road

Starc and Hazlewood polish off Essex
Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood shared seven wickets between them as the Australians won by 169 runs on the fourth afternoon in Chelmsford

Azhar rues batting 'misjudgment'
Batting collapses aren't new to Pakistan cricket, but after falling from 32 for 1 to 152 for 7 in 37 overs on the second day in Pallekele, even Azhar Ali, the team's vice-captain, could not offer an explanation

'Limited-overs won't play second fiddle' - Strauss
Andrew Strauss has insisted that England will never again view limited-overs cricket as inferior to Test cricket and suggested there will further separation between the teams in each format

Flat pitches will aid Australia - Botham
Ian Botham has warned that England will be "playing into Australia's hands" if flat pitches are prepared for the Investec Ashes

Codrington quits as Middlesex chief exec
Middlesex have announced that chief executive Vinny Codrington has resigned from the position with immediate effect

BCB apologises after security personnel assault journalist
A journalist covering the Bangladesh-South Africa series was assaulted by security personnel at the Shere Bangla National Stadium on Saturday

De Villiers likely to bat higher for SA
Limited-overs cricket will see a lot more of AB de Villiers after South Africa's T20 captain, Faf du Plessis, confirmed plans to deploy him higher up in the batting line-up

'We have to play with guts' - Mashrafe
The gap between Bangladesh and South Africa in terms of experience and performance is significant but the home captain Mashrafe Mortaza has urged his team to play fearless cricket

Injury forces Ryan Harris to retire
Ryan Harris battered right knee has finally given out on him, ending his days in the baggy green less than a week before the first Test of the Ashes series

Hampshire points deduction threat eased
Hampshire have succeeded in partially easing the points deduction threat imposed upon them by an ECB disciplinary panel - a relief in a season crumbling around them

Upbeat Bangladesh look to set T20 record straight
The first T20I will be a test of Bangladesh's pristine confidence, as the hosts take on the established pedigree of South Africa

Former England keeper Taylor to have bypass operation
Former England wicketkeeper Bob Taylor is set to undergo a heart bypass operation after suffering a heart attack on Wednesday

Smith aims to silence England doubters
Steven Smith has named Ian Bell and Kevin Pietersen as two of his chief verbal tormentors on Australia's last Ashes tour to England, and is determined to silence any remaining doubters with a pile of runs from No. 3 this summer.

Bangladesh face toughest test at end of long season
Bangladesh's recent successes have ensured that South Africa, coming off a three-month break, will aim to shake off rust quickly and not take the hosts lightly

Chameera most exciting bowler since Malinga - Ramanayake
Sri Lanka's fast-bowling coach Champaka Ramanayake has said that 23-year-old Dushmantha Chameera is the most exciting fast bowling 'find' he has come across since Lasith Malinga

Mohammad Amir injures toe
Mohammad Amir, the 23-year-old Pakistan bowler, has suffered a hairline fracture in his toe while playing in a T20 tournament in Pakistan

Sarfraz fights as Pakistan crumble against seamers
The discipline of Sri Lanka's seamers bore down heavily upon Pakistan, and Sarfraz Ahmed was left conjuring another revival act after another collective batting failure

Pietersen, Fletcher blow Tridents away
Seventies from Kevin Pietersen and Andre Fletcher led St Lucia Zouks to a comfortable 30-run victory against Barbados Tridents in Basseterre






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