Cricket

Surrey 368 (Burns 151, Foakes 90, Edwards 5-93) beat Hampshire 135 (Clarke 5-29) and 175 (Weatherley 50, Morkel 3-37, Virdi 3-23)Scorecard Surrey’s relentless bowling attack ripped through Hampshire to set up an innings win at the Ageas Bowl and continue the London-based side’s unbeaten start to their Specsavers County Championship campaign. Amar Virdi and Morne
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Big Picture Pakistan are the No.1 T20I team in the world, having won 17 of their last 20 games in this format. One week less than a year ago, Sarfraz Ahmed’s men clinched the Champions Trophy at The Oval. When the calendar showed Pakistan would play two T20Is against Scotland at the tail end of
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Scotland’s batsman Calum MacLeod, man of the moment after his unbeaten 140 played a major role in the vanquishing of England in Edinburgh, will join Derbyshire for this summer’s Vitality T20 Blast. Derbyshire, who have been negotiating with MacLeod for some time, will feel they have caught the mood after announcing that MacLeod will be
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New Zealand women 418 (Devine 108, Green 50, Maritz 4-58) beat Ireland women 112 all out (Delany 33, Petersen 2-12, Huddleston 2-13) by 306 runs Sophie Devine raises her bat to celebrate her century NZC For the second successive time, New Zealand women sunk Ireland under a 400-plus total. And for the second successive time, New
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Stumps West Indies 131 for 4 (Powell 64*, Kumara 2-28) and 414 for 8 lead Sri Lanka 185 (Chandimal 44, Cummins 3-39, Roach 2-34) by 360 runs Jason Holder celebrates Niroshan Dickwella’s wickets with his team-mates AFP Sri Lanka’s first innings crashed and burned in the face of sprightly bowling, before the West Indies top order
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Yorkshire 245 for 6 (Willey 71, Ballance 66, Tattersall 52*) beat Northants 241 (Thurston 53, Willey 3-24) by four wicketsScorecard Yorkshire edged through to the Royal London Cup knockout stages for the fifth year running by beating already eliminated Northamptonshire at Emerald Headingley. The Vikings claimed a fourth successive North Group win by chasing 242
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Nottinghamshire 115 for 2 (Wessels 63, Moores 41*) beat Derbyshire 110 (Madsen 37, Critchley 33, Ball 4-29, Carter 3-19) by eight wicketsScorecard As East Midlands derbies go, this one will go down as one of the great mismatches. Derbyshire’s players will hope to file it along with other brain fades such as telephone banking pin
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Former South Africa fast bowler Mfuneko Ngam has been appointed the assistant coach of the Eastern-Cape-based Warriors franchise. Ngam, who played three Tests for South Africa between 2000 and 2001 before his career was cut short by injury, had previously been heading a successful academy at the University of Fort Hare, which concentrated on providing
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