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Morgan, Toyana strive for perfect game

Dolphins coach, Grant Morgan is seeking further improvement from his players despite their impressive start to the Momentum One-Day Cup.

Oz offer mixed bag in Pune

Australia had their moments on the opening day of the first Test against India reaching 256/9 by stumps after a promising start.

Border slams Renshaw over retirement

Former Australia skipper Alan Border has slammed the decision by opener Matthew Renshaw to retire ill during the first day of the first Test against India.

Hesson: Taylor one of the greats

New Zealand coach Mike Hesson feels that batsman Ross Taylor is always talked about as one the greats of One Day International cricket.

Silverwood lauds Lions quicks

England Lions assistant coach Chris Silverwood has praised the efforts of the team's seamer's who played a huge role in team's victory over Sri Lanka A in Kandy.

Smith stars as Cobras beat Warriors

Jason Smith finished with career-best figures as the Cape Cobras sealed what turned out to be a comfortable 57-run Momentum One-Day Cup win over the Warriors at Buffalo Park in East London on Wednesday.

Dolphins ready for busy weekend

Following a spirited win over the Multiply Titans at Centurion last week the Dolphins have named the same thirteen players to take on a tough weekend of home matches.

Friendly Kohli determined to win

India skipper Virat Kohli has admitted to being friendly with a number of Australia players when they are off the field but says he knows where to draw the line.

Zampa stops Lankan roll

The return to the XI of Adam Zampa helped Australia win the final T20I against Sri Lanka to salvage some pride after losing the series.

Smith to bat three on turner

Steve Smith has revealed that he is likely to come in at number three for Australia on a dry and spin-friendly strip in Pune.

Pitch Report: Pune

Australia's only hope of getting anything out of this Test will be to win the toss and bat first and even then it will be tough.
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