Japan must compensate for ‘comfort women’
Shark Nibali goes in for the kill
DRC withdraws from CAN race
Delight as Murray wins first SA medal
Premier supports Protector's probe
Mahela Jayawardene hit a classy unbeaten century to help Sri Lanka close on 305 for five on the first day of the second Test against South Africa.
Stuart Hess says despite a winning start as captain, Hashim Amla should learn from Alastair Cook’s mistakes.
Mahela Jayawardene's 34th Test century saw Sri Lanka reach 212 for three at tea on the first day of the second Test against South Africa.
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"I thought if we lose the game, so be it, but at least let's give ourselves the best chance to win the game."
Injury-hit Graeme Smith won’t be returning to English county cricket next season.
England face an uphill battle to save the second Test at Lord's after slumping to 105 for four at the close of the fourth day.
England captain Alastair Cook's dreadful run of form continued as he was dismissed for just 22 on the fourth day of the second Test against India.
Ravindra Jadeja proved a thorn in England's side with both bat and ball as India took charge of the second Test at Lord's.
Hashim Amla praised a superb team effort in the Proteas' 153 run win against Sri Lanka in the first Test.
Murali Vijay fell five runs short of a well-deserved century as England took three valuable wickets in the morning session of fourth day of the second Test at Lord's.
South African fast bowler Dale Steyn rated his match-winning performance in the Galle Test against Sri Lanka among his best.
Lungani Zama looks at the ball tampering fiasco involving Proteas fast bowler Vernon Philander.
South Africa beat Sri Lanka by 153 runs on the fifth and final day of the first Test to take a one-nil lead in the two-match series.
A defiant half-century by opener Murali Vijay kept alive India's hopes of setting England a tough fourth-innings chase.
Murali Vijay and Cheteshwar Pujara batted in contrasting styles as India built a slender lead in the third Test against England.
South Africa coach Russell Domingo denied his team was earning a reputation for ball tampering.
Kumar Sangakkara smashed his 49th half-century as Sri Lanka launched a stunning fightback on the fourth day of the first Test against South Africa.
Sri Lanka were set a target of 370 to win the first Test after South Africa declared their second innings at the tea.
South Africa pushed on towards a declaration in the first Test against Sri Lanka, as they reached 206 for six at tea on the fourth day.
"I have great respect for our bowling attack, but when this guy gets a sniff, all the skills come to the fore..."
Vernon Philander has been found guilty of ball tampering, and was subsequently fined 75% of his match fee.
England's Gary Ballance scored his second test century as the second test against India sat evenly-poised following a sweltering day's play.
Skipper Brendan Taylor made a crucial 42 as Zimbabwe eased to a six-wicket win over Afghanistan in the first one-day international.
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