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Sanath Jayasuria visits Murree hills

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 28th July 2015

Sanath Jayasuria visits Murree hills WEB DESKS: Sanath Jayasuria, the former Sri Lankan team captain visited the Murree hills. Selfies he took while visiting the scenic Murree hills circulated on social media. In one of the pictures he is posing with an eagle. Jayasuria is currently hosting a cricket show on a local news channel. Picture Source:...


PCB chief excited at PSL prospects

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PCB chief excited at PSL prospects ISLAMABAD: Chairman Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Shaharyar Mohammad Khan has extended a warm welcome to the PSL Project Director Salman Sarwar Butt and external consultants Repucom. According to a PCB press release issued on Tuesday, the PCB chief said that a recent interview had misinterpreted his views on PSL. “I have just had an update...


Inclusion of young players added energy to cricket team: Ramiz

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Inclusion of young players added energy to cricket team: Ramiz ISLAMABAD: Former captain of Pakistan Cricket Team Ramiz Hasan Raja has said that the inclusion of some young players has injected new energy and spark to the team which was lacking since long. It was good to have young blood in the team as the fielding of the side had improved remarkably and the energy...


Sri Lanka Beat Pakistan by 165 in final ODI

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Sri Lanka Beat Pakistan by 165 in final ODI Hambantota: Sri Lanka beat Pakistan by 165 runs in the fifth and final one-day international in Hambantota on Sunday, Aaj News reported. Sri Lanka won the toss and chose to bat on what Angelo Mathews felt would be a decent batting surface. With the help of Kosul’s ton and Mathews’ quick fifty, Sri Lanka scored...


Sri Lanka’s Dilshan completes 10,000 ODI runs

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Sri Lanka’s Dilshan completes 10,000 ODI runs HAMBANTOTA: Tillakaratne Dilshan Sunday became the 11th batsman and the fourth Sri Lankan to compile 10,000 runs in one-day cricket, achieving the feat against Pakistan in Hambantota. The flamboyant 38-year-old reached the landmark in his 319th match when he took a single off Shoaib Malik to move to 55, before being run out on 62....


Sri Lanka to bat in fifth Pakistan one-dayer

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Sri Lanka to bat in fifth Pakistan one-dayer HAMBANTOTA: Sri Lanka’s captain Angelo Mathews won the toss and chose to bat in the fifth and final one-day international against Pakistan in Hambantota on Sunday. The match holds academic interest as Pakistan already enjoy an invincible 3-1 lead, but both sides will want to end the series on a winning note ahead of two...


Baggies suspend takeover talks

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Baggies suspend takeover talks LONDON: West Bromwich Albion announced Friday they had suspended talks with a possible buyer for the Premier League club as chairman Jeremy Peace said he “would not be held to ransom”. The BBC reported that a period of exclusivity in takeover talks granted to a Chinese consortium had ended because Peace was not satisfied with...


Miandad urges Pakistan to ensure consistency

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Miandad urges Pakistan to ensure consistency ISLAMABAD: Former captain Javed Miandad on Friday urged Pakistan Cricket team,known for its unpredictability, to focus on consistency after their one-day series win againt Sri Lanka. Pakistan thumped the hosts by seven wickets in the fourth one-day international in Colombo on Wednesday to take an unassailable 3-1 lead ahead of the final match in Colombo...


South Africa 23-0 at tea on third day

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South Africa 23-0 at tea on third day CHITTAGONG: South Africa were 23-0 in their second innings after the visitors bowled out Bangladesh for 326 runs at tea on the third day of the first Test in Chittagong on Thursday. Openers Stiaan van Zyl (13 not out) and Dean Elgar (10 not out) remained unbeaten to trim the visitors’ deficit to 55. Wicketkeeper-batsman...


Bangladesh 326 all out in first innings

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Bangladesh 326 all out in first innings CHITTAGONG: Bangladesh were all out for 326 in their first innings to take a 78-run lead over South Africa on Thursday, the third day of the first Test in Chittagong. Wicketkeeper-batsman Litton Das made 50, his maiden Test fifty, after putting 82-runs with Shakib Al Hasan (47) for the sixth wicket as Bangladesh made their...


Pakistan beat Sri Lanka, clinch ODI series

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Pakistan beat Sri Lanka, clinch ODI series COLOMBO: Pakistan defeated Sri Lanka by seven wickets in the fourth one-day international in Colombo on Wednesday to take a decisive 3-1 lead in the five-match series. Opener Ahmed Shehzad hit 95 off 90 balls as the tourists surpassed Sri Lanka’s 256-9 in the 41st over at the Premadasa stadium. The fifth match will be...


Pak Vs Sri Lanka Live Score Board

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Pak Vs Sri Lanka Live Score Board Batsman ——————————————————————————————————- Azhar Ali                             28 Runs  (17 balls) Ahmed Shehzad               37 Runs (31 balls) Bowling —————————————————————————————————- SS Pathirana                    1.6 Overs (24 Runs) N Pradeep                        1.0 Overs (5...


Kolkata to host World Twenty20 final

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Kolkata to host World Twenty20 final NEW DELHI: The iconic Eden Gardens in Kolkata will host the World Twenty20 final in April next year, the Indian board said on Tuesday as it announced the venues for the tournament. The 16-nation men’s tournament will be played alongside the women’s event across various venues in India from March 11 to April 3. The...


Crowd violence holds up Sri Lanka-Pakistan ODI

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Crowd violence holds up Sri Lanka-Pakistan ODI COLOMBO: Rioting crowds forced cricketers to retreat to their dressing rooms as projectiles reached the outer field of the Premadasa Stadium during the third one-day international between Pakistan and hosts Sri Lanka Sunday. Police deployed anti-riot squads to clear two blocks of stands near the scoreboard as rival groups of spectators clashed, pelting stones into...


Smith stands firm for Australia in second Test

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Smith stands firm for Australia in second Test LONDON: Steven Smith continued to pile on the runs for Australia in the second Ashes Test against England at Lord’s after Chris Rogers’s marathon innings eventually ended on Friday. Australia were 424 for three at lunch on the second day, with Smith 168 not out after Rogers had fallen for 173. Adam Voges was 24...


England see off Rogers for 173

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England see off Rogers for 173 LONDON: Australia opener Chris Rogers’s marathon innings in the second Ashes Test against England at Lord’s finally came to an end when he was bowled for 173 by Stuart Broad on Friday’s second day. Veteran left-hander Rogers had already posted his highest Test score after batting through the whole of Thursday’s first day for 158...


Hafeez banned from bowling for a year: ICC

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Hafeez banned from bowling for a year: ICC MUMBAI: Pakistan all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez has been banned from bowling for 12 months after his action was found to be illegal for the second time since November, the International Cricket Council (ICC) said on Friday. Former Pakistan captain Hafeez was initially reported after the first test against New Zealand in Abu Dhabi in November and...


Australia 104-1 against England

By: Web Desk, Uploaded: 16th July 2015

Australia 104-1 against England LONDON: Australia, after winning the toss, were 104 for one against England at lunch on the first day of the second Ashes Test at Lord’s on Thursday. Chris Rogers was 43 not out and Steven Smith 16 not out, with David Warner the only batsman dismissed in the first session. England lead the five-match series...


Rogers gets Australia going in second Ashes Test

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Rogers gets Australia going in second Ashes Test LONDON: Chris Rogers rode his luck as Australia made an excellent start in the second Ashes Test against England at Lord’s on Thursday. Australia were 104 for one at lunch on the first day, with David Warner the only batsman dismissed, as they looked to level the five-match series at 1-1 after their 169-run defeat...


India focus on T20s, not IPL turmoil – Rahane

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India focus on T20s, not IPL turmoil – Rahane HARARE: India’s stand-in captain Ajinkya Rahane insists that his squad’s focus is on two Twenty20 internationals against Zimbabwe and not the turmoil rocking the Indian Premier League. The Justice Lodhar Committee announced on Tuesday that the Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals would be suspended from the IPL for two years over illegal betting leaving...


Younis won’t retire before winning in Australia, England

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Younis won’t retire before winning in Australia, England KARACHI: Pakistan veteran Younis Khan has vowed to hold off retiring until he has guided his team to Test series victories in England and Australia to cap off a remarkable career. The 37-year-old played his hundredth Test on the tour of Sri Lanka earlier this month and struck a brilliant 171 not out in Pakistan’s...


Rizwan steers Pakistan to 287-8 against Sri Lanka

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Rizwan steers Pakistan to 287-8 against Sri Lanka PALLEKELE: Mohammad Rizwan smashed 52 off 38 balls towards the end to lift Pakistan to 287-8 in the second one-day international against Sri Lanka in Pallekele on Wednesday. Azhar Ali played a captain’s innings of 79 and senior pro Shoaib Malik made a run-a-ball 51, the pair adding 83 for the fourth wicket after the...


Sri Lanka won by 2 wickets

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Sri Lanka won by 2 wickets WEB DESK: Sri Lanka won by 2 wickets with 11 balls...


Miandad calls for streamlining cricket affairs

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Miandad calls for streamlining cricket affairs ISLAMABAD: Legendary batsman Javed Miandad Tuesday called for streamlining the affairs of cricket as the green-shirts are struggling to qualify for major tournaments (like hockey) rather than earning a berth on the basis of performance. “Pakistan was world champions in cricket, squash, hockey and snooker in the early 90s but that time of glory has...


IPL Spot-Fixing Scandal: Raj Kundra and Gurunath Meiyappan banned for life

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IPL Spot-Fixing Scandal: Raj Kundra and Gurunath Meiyappan banned for life WEB DSEK: The Indian Supreme Court committee headed by RM Lodha banned  Rajasthan Royals co-owner, Raj Kundra and Chairman of ICC, Gurunath Meiyappan for life from any cricketing activity in an IPL spot-fixing scandal. The SC has suspended Chennai Super Kings and Rajasthan Royals for two years in the verdict. The 2013 IPL season was...


South Africa’s Rossouw fined for Tamim contact

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South Africa’s Rossouw fined for Tamim contact DHAKA: South African batsman Rilee Rossouw has been fined 50 percent of his match fee for a code of conduct breach during a one-day international against Bangladesh, the International Cricket Council said on Monday. Rossouw, 25, was found to have been involved in a shoulder barge with Bangladesh’s opening batsman Tamim Iqbal, who was walking...


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