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Big audiences in South Africa are watching a 24-hour television channel dedicated to coverage of the sensational trial.
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A small, four-rotor drone hovered over Washington Nationals players for a few days during spring training in Florida last month, taking publicity photos impossible for human photographer to capture.
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Former England cricket captain Mike Gatting is urging the community to lend a helping hand at Ashtead Cricket Club next month.
Ian Bell and Stuart Broad put on an unbeaten seventh-wicket stand of 108 runs as England stretched their lead to 261 on the third day of the first Ashes Test against Australia at Trent Bridge here Friday.
It's a given that when teams go to the subcontinent, spin will play a key role in their success or otherwise.
It is the stadium that has hosted some of New Zealand's great sporting moments - Yvette Williams' long-jump gold, our first cricket test victory, two Rugby World Cup triumphs, this year's NRL Nines.
A HAMPSHIRE village will be celebrating nine-days of all things Jane Austen when their festival kicks off this summer.
Geoff Miller, who played in 34 tests for England in the 1970s and '80s, will talk to members of Hartley Wintney Cricket Club at The Elvetham Hotel, in Fleet Road, from 7pm on Tuesday, March 25. The event is being organised by Paul A Webster Wealth Management, a firm based in High Street that sponsors the cricket club.
England all-rounder Ben Stokes will miss the ICC World Twenty20 after punching a locker in frustration and breaking his hand.
WEST Malvern beat Malvern by one wicket on the last ball in Worcestershire Cricket Board Indoor League Worcester Division Two.
WILTSHIRE ace James Vince scored an unbeaten century as Hampshire's first pre-season friendly in Barbados ended in a draw.
Six teams from the top two divisions of the Wadworth 6X West of England Premier League took part in a draft similar to the system used in American professional sport.
Johnson, 53, who took stress leave early this month, has been in Wakari psychiatric hospital since stepping aside from the job.
Chris Jordan marked his return to the Kensington Oval by excelling with bat and ball to help England somehow end their losing run in the nick of time before the ICC World Twenty20.
Oxford MCCU's Karl Penhale and Wilf Marriot have been selected for the Combined MCC Universities squad, which flies out today for a pre-season tour to the United Arab Emirates.
Ray Flood, a much-loved former Hampshire cricketer, has passed away, aged 78, following a six-month battle against cancer.