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Rain completes hat-trick of washouts
Rain has now become the dominant aspect of this Test - and the series - with a third successive day completely washed out in Dhaka

Zimbabwe bowl, Ish Sodhi debuts for NZ
Zimbabwe captain Elton Chigumbura elected to bat on a sunny morning in Harare. New Zealand, playing as Aotearoa, handed leg-spinner Ish Sodhi his maiden ODI cap

Malinga waxes on youngsters despite personal wane
Six cricketers with two T20 caps or fewer played in the Sri Lanka team on Saturday, and Malinga believed he had done Sri Lankan cricket a service by showcasing these cricketers at the top level.

Bayliss won't curb England enthusiasm
England's commitment to attacking with the bat, whatever the consequences, has received official endorsement from their new coach

Mommsen satisfied with convincing wins
Scotland captain Preston Mommsen has expressed relief at having secured the full four points from a pair of WCL Championship outings against Nepal after both contests were marred by poor weather

Edwards leads dismantling of Middlesex
International bowlers Jackson Bird and Fidel Edwards sliced through Middlesex as Hampshire cruised to a ten-wicket win in the Royal London Cup

Hosts use rain delays to keep 'minds fresh'
Shakib Al Hasan spoke of the Bangladesh's frustration on having a second consecutive day washed out due to rain, but said the players were doing other things to stay focused

Afridi, Anwar Ali stun SL with one-wicket win
Anwar Ali, Pakistan's No. 9 batsman, waltzed into the belly of a baying Premadasa with 66 required from 35 balls, and produced a cataclysmic 46 from 17 balls, to help prise stunning victory from the clutches of almost-certain defeat

Deflated Zimbabwe brace for Aotearoa challenge
A new-look New Zealand side will have the Maori word "Aotearoa" emblazoned on their jerseys when they take on a Zimbabwe outfit struggling to translate performances into results

Defeat eye-opener for youngsters - Dravid
Rahul Dravid has said the 0-1 series loss to Australia A in the two unofficial Tests was a "good eye-opener" for the India A players

Footitt, Plunkett in 14-man England squad
England have brought in Mark Footitt and Liam Plunkett as pace-bowling options for the fourth Investec Ashes Test, where they will be without James Anderson

PCB considers hosting T20 league in Qatar
After failed negotiations with the Emirates Cricket Board, the PCB has formally approached Qatar to host its domestic Twenty20 league in Doha in February 2016

Second successive day lost to rain
There has now been as much play in this Test series as there has been waiting for clearer skies; the second successive abandoned day in Mirpur taking the total number of washouts to four

Dominant Australia A complete series victory
Australia A needed just 51 minutes on the fourth day to complete a dominant 10-wicket win in Chennai and wrap up a 1-0 series win

Lehmann breaks silence on Haddin decision
Darren Lehmann has rejected suggestions that the national team's "family first" policy had been mistreated by the decision to drop Brad Haddin after he missed the Lord's Test to be with his ill daughter

Chand to lead India A in tri-series, Rayudu against South Africa A
Unmukt Chand will lead India A in the upcoming tri-series against Australia A and South Africa A while Ambati Rayudu has been named as captain for the unofficial Test series against South Africa A

Scotland cruise after all the rain
Matthew Cross carried over his excellent work from behind the stumps on Friday to in front of the stumps on Saturday, his unbeaten 51 lifting Scotland to a nine-wicket win

CSA extends Lorgat's tenure as CEO until July 2019
Cricket South Africa has extended Haroon Lorgat's contract as chief executive officer by three years, until July 31, 2019

Ingram ton powers Glamorgan
Glamorgan picked up their second victory in the Royal London Cup as Colin Ingram and Graham Wagg's heroics with bat and ball earned a 146-run victory against Essex in Cardiff

Godleman's maiden ton seals bad-tempered victory
A Josh Cobb century was in vain as Billy Godleman's maiden limited overs hundred guided Derbyshire to a seven wicket Group A victory at Derby that keeps them in contention for a quarter-final place in the Royal London Cup

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