Cricket

Lunch West Indies 79 for 3 (Hope 0*, Wagner 2-23) v New ZealandLive scorecard and ball-by-ball details Kraigg Brathwaite avoids a bouncer Getty Images Openers Kraigg Brathwaite and Kieran Powell began West Indies’ tour of New Zealand with a display of impeccable defensive technique, solidly weathering the first hour after they were put in on a
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Play 02:13 ‘Stokes has missed playing, happy to have him’ – Canterbury Cricket Canterbury have signed England allrounder Ben Stokes as their overseas player. Stokes will be available for selection for Canterbury’s 50-over Ford Trophy match against Otago in Rangiora on Sunday. Stokes’ inclusion was agreed upon by
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A ruthless Australia will keep pressing for every possible advantage over England by maintaining a level of on-field hostility that Pete Handscomb has no qualms in describing as “brutal”. The targeting of Jonny Bairstow with reminders of his ill-advised headbutt of Cameron Bancroft in a Perth bar on the first night of England’s tour has
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Anya Shrubsole has achieved what England’s men have found beyond them by being shortlisted for the BBC Sports Personality of the Year. Shrubsole won the accolade for an outstanding spell of five wickets in 19 balls, and 6 for 46 in all, against India at Lord’s – the best bowling figures in a Women’s World
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Comilla Victorians 112 for 1 (Tamim 64*, Kayes 22*) beat Khulna Titans 111 ( Ariful 24, Malik 3-14, Al-Amin 3-20) by nine wicketsScorecard and ball-by-ball details Tamim Iqbal top-edges a pull to third man Raton Gomes/BCB Comilla Victorians bounced back from their 30-run loss against Rajshahi Kings by crushing table-toppers Khulna Titans by nine wickets. Shoaib
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The BCCI has called its emergent Special General Meeting (SGM) on December 11, which means the meeting will take place after the ICC workshop that will be held on December 7-8, in Singapore to discuss the minutiae of the new Future Tours Programme (FTP) for 2019 to 2023. The Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators (CoA)
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Australia 8 for 287 (Smith 113*, Hazlewood 2*) trail England 302 (Vince 83, Malan 56, Stoneman 53) by 15 runsScorecard and ball-by-ball details Australia’s captain, Steve Smith, inched his side ever closer to first-innings parity with a masterful rearguard century, as a gripping, tactical, low-scoring contest continued to bubble on the third day at the
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