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Bangladesh start tour strong but pace troubles

Michael Cohen starred with the ball but it was Bangladesh that enjoyed the better of day one of their three-day tour match against a South Africa Invitation XI in Benoni on Thursday.

Australia come unstuck in steamy Kolkata

Australia could not chase down India's total of 252 all out as a Kuldeep Yadav hat-trick tore through the lower order to set up a 50 run win in the second ODI in Kolkata.

Rubel cleared to join Tigers in SA after mix up

Bangladesh fast bowler Rubel Hossain has received clearance to join the team in South Africa after clearing up a case of mistaken identity.

Smith talks evolution ahead of 100th match

Australia skipper Steve Smith is proud to have evolved into a complete ODI middle-order batsman after starting his career as a bits and pieces player.

Maharaj and Kuzwayo win big at KZN Sports Awards

Two prominent personalities from the KwaZulu-Natal Cricket Union, international player Keshav Maharaj and administrator Sanelisiwe Kuzwayo, won awards at the recent KZN Sports Awards.

Holder: We let ourselves down

West Indies captain Jason Holder said they had let themselves down with "inconsistent" bowling after they lost the opening ODI of the five-match series by seven wickets to England at Old Trafford on Tuesday.

Bairstow delighted after maiden ODI ton

Jonny Bairstow said he was delighted to finally get his maiden ODI hundred as he helped England beat the West Indies by seven wickets in the first ODI of the five-match series in Manchester on Tuesday.

Philander out of first Test against Bangladesh

South Africa seamer Vernon Philander has been ruled out of the first Test against Bangladesh, starting on 28 September, while Chris Morris will miss the entire Test series due to injury.

'Big four' unlikely to turn out together

Australia fast bowler Josh Hazlewood has admitted that it will be difficult for Australia to field a four-prong pace attack in the Ashes.

Jadeja returns for injured Axar

An injury to spinner Axar Patel has led India to shelve plans to rest left-arm tweaker Ravindra Jadeja for the ODI series against Australia.

Duminy retires from Test cricket

South Africa middle-order batsman JP Duminy has retired from both Test and first class cricket with immediate effect.
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