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It has become a refrain in Zimbabwe cricket circles that the national side needs to play more cricket in order to improve. After their defeat to West Indies on Tuesday, coach Heath Streak reiterated Zimbabwe's need for elite cricket: the Bulawayo Test was just their second Test of the year. "It is difficult," Streak said. "Unfortunately for us, we
  Barry McCarthy has taken 47 wickets in 23 ODIs for Ireland Durham seamer Barry McCarthy has left the club to concentrate on his international career with Ireland. The 26-year-old made 20 first-class appearances for the county, taking 62 wickets at an average of 30.62. But with Ireland being granted Test status, McCarthy would have become an
  David Warner MELBOURNE, (Reuters) – Cricket Australia have been branded as “arrogant” and “controlling” and accused of treating its elite players like commodities, allowing “alpha-male” egos to develop a win-at-all-costs approach, according to a wide-ranging report yesterday. CA commissioned the review of its organisation and the men’s team
ST JOHN’S, Antigua (CMC) – Former West Indies player and coach Gus Logie has described the recently-launched Mothers & Daughters cricket programme, as a huge fillip for the game in the region. The 58-year-old was a member of the West Indies team of the 1980s’ glory days era, and is now the assistant coach of the Windies Women preparing for the
    Australian captain Tim Paine By Ian Ransom   MELBOURNE, Australia (Reuters) – Leading a scandal-hit team dismissed as Australia’s worst in 30 years, captain Tim Paine’s pledge to win back hearts and minds seemed a fanciful, if noble, aspiration in the lead-up to the Test series against Pakistan. In the end, it took only five days
Harris Sohail celebrates maiden Test century ©Getty Images (REUTERS) – Pakistan’s Haris Sohail struck his maiden Test century as they ended the second day of the first test against Australia with a lead of 452 in Dubai on Monday. Sohail and Asad Shafiq (80) put on 150 for the fifth wicket on a placid track at the Dubai International Cricket Stadium
Andrew Strauss has stepped down as England's director of cricket after three and a half years in the role. The 41-year-old had taken a break in May after his wife Ruth entered a new period of treatment for cancer. Andy Flower, who has covered for him, will continue in an interim role before a full-time replacement is found. Strauss said 2019 is "po
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