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BRISBANE, Australia (Reuters) – England can look forward to further “aggressive” cricket in the second Test in Adelaide, Australia captain Steve Smith said, after his team found their mean streak to rout the tourists by 10 wickets at the Gabba yesterday. Australia were matched by England for three days, with the unusually slow Gabba pitch blunting
In March 2011, Jamie Harrison, President of the United States Youth Cricket Association (USYCA), introduced cricket to PE teachers in the Howard County Public School System (HCPSS) in Maryland. Later that year, HCPSS purchased 200 cricket sets from USYCA and distributed the sets to its elementary and middle schools.   Many of the PE teachers a
The PCB has decided to postpone the semi-finals and final of the National T20 Cup because of the "prevailing situation" of religious unrest in Pakistan, saying new dates would be announced later. The next round of the Quaid-e-Azam trophy has also been called off. The prevailing situation, as the board called it, began on Saturday, when police attem
Lockie Ferguson's bowling performance proved a bright spot for New Zealand A on a day otherwise dominated by West Indies batsmen in their warm-up match at Lincoln. All Ferguson's victims were top seven batsmen as he secured five wickets for 67 runs from 18 overs. Those figures suggest he will be a candidate on stand-by for Neil Wagner in an aggress
BJ Watling will not keep wickets in New Zealand's Test series opener against Windies starting on December 1 , a team spokesperson confirmed on Friday (November 24). The 32-year-old is yet to recover completely from a hip injury sustained while warming up for Northern Knights' Plunkett Shield clash against the Central Stags. Selector Gavin Larsen ha
By Ian Ransom BRISBANE (Reuters) – The war of words that has added spice to the lead-up to cricket’s oldest enduring Test series will give way to genuine hostilities today when bitter Ashes rivals Australia and England march out in front of a packed crowd at the Gabba. A temporary ceasefire was called on Wednesday as Australia captain Steve Smith a
SOMETHING is definitely lacking and not good in Berbice Cricket and the current leaders of the Berbice Cricket Board are totally clueless and have no knowledge of how to administer the game and to lift it to a higher level. As a former administrator of Berbice cricket, it pains my heart to see and observe the poor planning, no vision and the lack o
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