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England see off Rogers for 173
17th July 2015 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...
Australia 104-1 against England
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...
Younis won’t retire before winning in Australia, England
16th July 2015 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...
England 149-3 against Australia
10th July 2015 England 149-3 against Australia
CARDIFF: England were 149 for three in their second innings, a lead of 271 runs, at tea on the third day of the first Ashes Test against Australia at Sophia Gardens on Friday. Ian Bell was 53 not...
English batsman makes 350 in one-day club match
20th April 2015 English batsman makes 350 in one-day club match
London: A 21-year-old English batsman on Lancashire´s books made history on Sunday by scoring 350 in a club match. Liam Livingstone´s stunning innings was the centrepiece of Nantwich´s mammoth 579 for seven in just 45 overs during their...
Windies frustrate England as Anderson tops Botham
18th April 2015 Windies frustrate England as Anderson tops Botham
North Sound: James Anderson became England´s leading wicket-taker in Test history but celebration of the historic milestone could not be complemented by a team triumph as the West Indies hung on for a draw on the final day...
England build dominant lead over WIndies
16th April 2015 England build dominant lead over WIndies
NORTH SOUND: Gary Ballance led England’s charge to an increasingly impregnable position as the tourists reached 224 for four in their second innings, a lead of 328, at lunch on the fourth day of the first Test against...
England struggle before lunch
14th April 2015 England struggle before lunch
NORTH SOUND, Antigua and Barbuda: England’s top three folded meekly to give the West Indies the early advantage with the tourists struggling at 49 for three off 25 overs at lunch on the opening day of the first...
Cricket: WIndies win toss, put England in
14th April 2015 Cricket: WIndies win toss, put England in
NORTH SOUND, Antigua and Barbuda, April  13, 2015 (AFP) – West Indies captain Denesh Ramdin won the toss and put England in to bat on the opening day of the first Test of the three-match series at the...
Manchester United-The Red Devils
26th March 2015 Manchester United-The Red Devils
The club that was established in Old Trafford, Greater Manchester, England, originally the club was founded in 1878 under the name of Newton Heath LYR Football club; later in 1902 the club became the RED DEVILS as they...
Why English Premier League is the most watched league in the world?
25th March 2015 Why English Premier League is the most watched league in the world?
Football is the national game of England and it is the most watched sports in the world. As a matter of fact football was invented in England. So playing for English premier league is natural phenomena for any...
Former England bowler Appleyard dies aged 90
17th March 2015 Former England bowler Appleyard dies aged 90
LONDON: Former England off-spinner Bob Appleyard has died at the age of 90 following several months of illness, his old club Yorkshire announced on Tuesday. “It is with great sadness that Bob Appleyard, the legendary #YCCC and England...
British referendum on EU in 2015 unlikely, says PM Cameron
17th March 2015 British referendum on EU in 2015 unlikely, says PM Cameron
LONDON: British Prime Minister David Cameron on Tuesday said there was only a “pretty slim” chance that he could bring forward to 2015 a referendum on the country’s membership of the European Union which he wants to hold...
England win toss and field first against Afghanistan
13th March 2015 England win toss and field first against Afghanistan
SYDNEY: England captain Eoin Morgan won the toss and decided to send his bowlers out to have a crack at Afghanistan’s batsmen under leaden skies at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Friday. With both sides already eliminated from...
England out to silence critics against Sri Lanka
28th February 2015 England out to silence critics against Sri Lanka
WELLINGTON: England are determined to restore their World Cup credibility in a crunch Pool A match Sunday against an improving Sri Lanka. Eoin Morgan’s men return to Wellington’s Westpac stadium for the fixture, scene of a humiliating eight-wicket...
2019 World Cup in England set to be 10-team format: ICC
23rd February 2015 2019 World Cup in England set to be 10-team format: ICC
ISLAMABAD: ICC’s Chief Executive Officer Dave Richardson has said that the game’s governing body is all set to prune the number of teams from 14 to 10 for the next Cricket World Cup, scheduled to be held in...
England VS Scotland highlights
23rd February 2015 England VS Scotland highlights
CHRISTCHURCH: Latest from Monday’s cricket World Cup Pool A match between England and Scotland at Hagley Oval. England innings 4th over – Moeen Ali stroked two fours and hoisted a six over long-off from Josh Davey to get...
England name unchanged side despite NZ humiliation
23rd February 2015 England name unchanged side despite NZ humiliation
CHRISTCHURCH: England placed their faith in the side who were humiliated by co-hosts New Zealand last Friday by naming an unchanged side to play Scotland in their Pool A match at Hagley Oval on Monday. Steven Finn, whose...
England coach Moores under increasing pressure – Vaughan
21st February 2015 England coach Moores under increasing pressure – Vaughan
LONDON: England’s “abject” World Cup shows have left Peter Moores searching for answers and the coach may lose his job if the team fail to reach the quarter-finals, said former Ashes-winning captain Michael Vaughan. England endured a humiliating...
Captain Morgan sinks in Marsh swamp
14th February 2015 Captain Morgan sinks in Marsh swamp
MELBOURNE: England captain Eoin Morgan’s desperate run of poor form continued when he was out for his fourth duck in five innings during his side’s World Cup opener against Australia in Melbourne on Saturday. The former Ireland left-hander,...
PAK v ENG Warm-up match
11th February 2015 PAK v ENG Warm-up match
Sydney, New South Wales, AUSTRALIA : Pakistani fans cheer before Pakistan’s match against England in a one-day international World Cup warm-up cricket match at the Sydney Cricket...
Cricket-England’s Woakes hoping for new-ball role at World Cup
9th February 2015 Cricket-England’s Woakes hoping for new-ball role at World Cup
SYDNEY: England all-rounder Chris Woakes is hoping to remain a new-ball bowler throughout the World Cup after taking five for 19 in the crushing nine-wicket warm-up win over West Indies on Monday. With Stuart Broad and James Anderson...
92’ Champions VS Runner’s up: Warm-up game Pakistan VS England
23rd January 2015 92’ Champions VS Runner’s up: Warm-up game Pakistan VS England
DUBAI: International cricket council has been announced world cup 2015 warm up matches on January 22, Aaj News reported. According to the ICC, the warm-up matches will start from the second week of February. Pakistan will play two...
Football: Sunderland up for another trip down Memory Lane
3rd January 2015 Football: Sunderland up for another trip down Memory Lane
by Jason MELLOR LONDON: – Sunderland were handed an opportunity to relive arguably the greatest day in their 136-year history when they were paired with Leeds United in the FA Cup. The Wearside club will be forever synonymous...
European stock markets dip at open
11th December 2014 European stock markets dip at open
LONDON: – European stock markets eased lower at the start of trading on Thursday, with London’s benchmark FTSE 100 index down 0.22 percent at 6,485.63 points. Elsewhere, Frankfurt’s DAX 30 fell 0.3 percent to 9,770.66 points and the...
Pakistan, India to play BCWC final
6th December 2014 Pakistan, India to play BCWC final
ISLAMABAD: Pakistan will lock horns against arch rival India in the final of the Blind Cricket World Cup (BCWC) to be played at Wally Wilson Cricket Ground, Cape Town, South Africa on Sunday (December 7). Pakistan outplayed England...
 
 
 
 
 
 

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