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Bowl-out threat looms in Old Trafford quarter-final
What did Steven Cheetham do on July 29, 2009 which Mark Chilton, Stephen Parry and VVS Laxman could not quite manage?

India dismay at Anderson verdict
India are shocked that James Anderson has been found not guilty in the Trent Bridge incident involving Ravindra Jadeja, but the case boiled down to one team's word against the other

Rickleton, Roelofsen fifties power South Africa
Ryan Rickleton and Grant Roelofsen struck fifties to power a solid batting effort from South Africa Under-19s against England Under-19s in Cambridge

Bell's advice helped Moeen - Moores
Peter Moores has praised Ian Bell for his contribution to the improvement of Moeen Ali's offspin

England get their mind right
There was no ticket-tape parade, no open-air bus ride, no ICC mace or MBEs for the victory at the Ageas Bowl but, in years to come, we may just look back on it as the first step in a journey that led to a resurgence in England cricket

ACF members asked to rejoin USACA
The West Indies Cricket Board and the ICC have teamed up to recruit former USA Cricket Association member leagues in an effort to get them to leave the rival American Cricket Federation and rejoin USACA

James Anderson found not guilty
James Anderson and Ravindra Jadeja have both been found not guilty by judicial commissioner Gordon Lewis at the hearing in Southampton on Friday

India to skip Asian Games again
The BCCI has continued to stay away from multinational games by refusing to field the women's and the men's teams in the forthcoming Asian Games

Mangongo threatens to drop Zimbabwe seniors
Stephen Mangongo, the Zimbabwe head coach, has said that he is ready to drop senior players if their experience does not translate into improved results for the team

Klinger signs with Perth Scorchers
Batsman Michael Klinger has signed with the Perth Scorchers for the 2014-15 BBL season, completing his move west from South Australia

Pollard late salvo downs Zouks
Kieron Pollard's timely return to form helped Barbados Tridents register their fourth win while keeping St Lucia Zouks winless in a tightly-fought match in Gros Islet

Taylor inspires Tallawahs win over Hawksbills
Jerome Taylor showed signs of returning to his best form with a match-winning spell of 4 for 18 to spur the Jamaica Tallawahs on to a seven-wicket win over the still winless Antigua Hawksbills.

England, India set for Anderson hearing
The hearing into the Trent Bridge incident between James Anderson and Ravindra Jadeja is scheduled on Friday, with massive implications on the series

Munro, de Grandhomme power big NZ A win
Colin Munro and Colin de Grandhomme both struck rapid centuries to help New Zealand A sink Northamptonshire by 70 runs via the D/L method in a rain-affected clash at the County Ground

England find their upward curve
There will doubtless be tough days ahead but England appear to have turned a corner. ESPNcricinfo assesses where the team is after levelling the series

Chandimal, spinners extend SL A's winning run
Dinesh Chandimal made a difference in his first match on tour, scoring a century and extending Sri Lanka A's winning run on tour

Styris, Ireland star in low-scoring win
Scott Styris started his tenure as Leicestershire's limited-overs captain by playing a leading role in his side's 34-run Royal London Cup victory over Essex

Rain erases Derbyshire bid
Derbyshire surrendered their 100 per cent record in the Royal London Cup in frustrating fashion when rain cut short a run-chase against Worcestershire at New Road

Northeast, Billings blast Kent to win
An extraordinary 135 not out off just 58 balls from Sam Billings and a century from Sam Northeast led Kent to a nail-biting Royal London Cup win in a match featuring 754 runs

Taylor defends low Gloucs total
Jack Taylor claimed four wickets as Gloucestershire made it back-to-back Royal London Cup successes with a 35-run victory over Hampshire at Bristol






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