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Doosra not illegal, says inventor Saqlain

KARACHI: Retired spin king Saqlain Mushtaq yesterday defended the controversial “doosra” delivery he invented, which has come under renewed scrutiny since fellow Pakistani Saaed Ajmal’s chucking ban last week. The…

Five-wkt Roach sends Bangladesh reeling

GROS-ISLET: Kemar Roach was at his devastating best as Bangladesh were reduced to 104 for seven at stumps after the West Indies were dismissed for 380 in their first innings…

No quick technology fix for problem bowlers: ICC

MELBOURNE: The ICC is cautiously optimistic that wearable sensors can provide the technological breakthrough needed to stamp out illegal bowling actions but does not expect them to be ready for…

Banned Ajmal pledges to return with clean action – Pakistan board to appeal Ajmal sanction

KARACHI: Banned Pakistani off-spinner Saeed Ajmal has vowed to correct his illegal bowling action and return to cricket before next year’s World Cup in Australia and New Zealand. The International…

Dhoni wants India to learn from England experience

BIRMINGHAM: India captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni said he hoped the younger players in his side would learn from their time in England after a tour of mixed fortunes ended with…

Clarke still a doubt for Pakistan series – Clarke named captain of test, ODI despite injury

MELBOURNE: Injured captain Michael Clarke has been named in Australia’s test and one-day squads for next month’s series against Pakistan but remains a doubt to be fit for the start…

Morgan stars in England T20 win over India

BIRMINGHAM: England captain Eoin Morgan laid the platform for a thrilling three-run win over India in the lone Twenty20 international at Edgbaston yesterday. Morgan top-scored with a dashing 71 in…

Du Plessis ton helps S Africa to set up Australia final

HARARE: Faf du Plessis smashed a third century in four matches as South Africa beat Zimbabwe by 63 runs yesterday to set up a final showdown with Australia in the…

Al Bader Shipping clinch SCCT trophy

KUWAIT: Shipping Companies Cricket Tournament (SCCT) commenced the year 2004, initiated by the former captain of ABGCC William Bill Young, who later was nominated the Chairman of SCCT by the…

England’s Cook vows to carry on to WCup

BIRMINGHAM: England captain Alastair Cook insisted he still wanted to lead the side at the World Cup despite conceding the team’s chances of triumphing at next year’s tournament were “far-fetched”…

India humiliate England to clinch one-day series – Rahane seals India rout of England

BIRMINGHAM: Ajinkya Rahane’s maiden one-day international hundred set the seal on a crushing nine-wicket series-clinching win over England in the fourth ODI at Edgbaston yesterday. Victory saw world champions India…

Lusty hitting from Marsh gets Australia back on track

HARARE: A swashbuckling innings from Mitchell Marsh helped Australia bounce back from two successive defeats to beat South Africa by 62 runs and reach the final of the triangular one-day…

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