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1 hr ago | Lancaster and MoreCambe Citizen
Having been appointed as captain in 2009, the pace-bowling all-rounder will lead the team during what will be his 23rd season at the Club.
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5 hrs ago | The Kansas City Star
Like many schools across the suburbs and rural areas, Center Elementary has had too many children who often don’t have enough food at home.
8 hrs ago | Basingstoke Gazette
Alastair Cook will ask his England team to look into their ''inner souls'' in defence of the Ashes, after their second successive landslide Test defeat.
9 hrs ago | The Standard
Pakistan's pace bowling great Waqar Younis and former Australian wicket-keeper Adam Gilchrist were inducted into cricket's Hall of Fame, the International Cricket Council said.
West Indies withdrew their Under-19 national cricket team from a tour of Bangladesh after a bomb explosion in the port city of Chittagong sparked fears over the squad's safety and security.
Taufiq sparkles as SNGPL down PTV * Port Qasim defeat ZTBL by seven wickets Staff Report ISLAMABAD: A captain's performance from Taufiq Umar, and a five-wicket haul by Imran Ali, helped Sui Northern Gas Pipelines to their fourth win, beating Pakistan Television by 188 runs in their four-day President's Trophy Cricket Tournament match at Rawalpindi ... (more)
Sent into bat, South Africa scored 280-6 in the allotted 49 overs, the game being delayed by 90 minutes owing to overcast conditions and a wet outfield, before bundling India out for 146 in 35.1 overs.
Rod Bransgrove took to the stage to debut his band Strapped For Cash's Christmas single at a charity gig at The Concorde Club in Eastleigh .
Dan Vettori had been a champion for many years but was recovering from injury. His future was up in the air.
And on that captains' exchange, as relayed by West Indian skipper Darren Sammy last night, hinged one of the big talking points out of the drawn test at University Oval.
Former test allrounder Chris Cairns has sent a defiant message to the International Cricket Council, challenging its anti-corruption investigators to approach him directly if his name has been linked to match-fixing.
The former West Indies international, 50, took over Adi Birrell following the 2007 World Cup and has led Ireland to a period of unparalleled success during his 197 games in charge.
Sir Richard Hadlee provided leadership as a bowling all-rounder rather than captain in his era; Taylor has the potential to do likewise as a batsman and slip fieldsman.
No point to prove, no rage fueling an inferno in his belly, no wound unhealed, Doug Bollinger has instead attributed his resurgence as a pace ace to old-fashioned enjoyment rather than anger at being dumped from Test cricket three years ago when he was dismissed as unfit.
England suffered another manic collapse to the searing pace of Mitchell Johnson as they were bowled out for 172 to leave hopes of somehow saving the second Test in tatters at the Adelaide Oval.
Only one match looks sure to produce a result from a rain-interrupted round of the Plunket Shield, with Wellington still an outside chance of pulling off an unlikely victory over Canterbury.