Afghan Lions Scared Mighty Indians
Spirited Afghans bowled brilliantly, fielded poorly dropping at least 4 easy chances .They still restricted very strong (7 batsmen and two all rounder) to manageable target of 160 to win. They were well on course.
 
Bangladesh rout West Indies to take 2-0 lead
Anamul Haque became the third youngest Bangladeshi to hit a hundred before the home team spun out the West Indies for their biggest one-day win of 160 runs in Khulna on Sunday.
 
England recall Bopara for South Africa opener
England recalled Ravi Bopara in a 13-man squad announced Sunday for the first Test against South Africa at The Oval starting on Thursday.
 
West Indies v New Zealand scoreboard
Scoreboard in the fourth one-day international between West Indies and New Zealand at Warner Park on Saturday
 
Kent v South Africa tour match score
Tour match score on Saturday
 
English county scores
English county scores on Saturday
 
Bangladesh bring Zimbabwe down to earth
Zimbabwe failed to build on their stunning win over South Africa and fell by six wickets to Bangladesh Thursday in a non-cap Twenty20 tournament.
 
Zimbabwe v Bangladesh T20 scores
Brief scores from match between Zimbabwe and Bangladesh in non-cap Twenty20 tri-nation tournament at Harare Sports Club Thursday
 
Rain takes England-Windies Test towards draw
The third Test between England and the West Indies was heading towards a draw after rain prevented any play before lunch on the final day at Edgbaston here on Monday.
 
Umpire Llong joins ICC panel
Nigel Llong has been selected to replace Billy Doctrove on the International Cricket Council (ICC) panel of elite umpires for the 2012/13 season, the global governing body announced Monday.
 
Ireland face Bangladesh in World Twenty20 warm-ups
Ireland will begin their preparation for this year's ICC World Twenty20 in Sri Lanka with a three-game series against Bangladesh in Belfast next month, it was announced Saturday.
 
Australia in strike threat - reports
Australia's cricketers may go on strike ahead of next month's one-day tour of England over performance-related pay issues, reports said on Saturday.
 
Compton ton just a day too late for record bid
Somerset's Nick Compton completed 1,000 first-class runs on Friday -- just a day after rain denied him the chance to become the first player to do so before the end of May in 24 years.
 
Strauss answers Sammy ton with unbeaten century
England captain Andrew Strauss struck his second hundred in as many matches to answer one earlier Saturday from West Indies skipper Darren Sammy in the second Test here at Trent Bridge.
 
English county scores
English county scores on Saturday
 
England v West Indies 2nd Test scoreboard
Scoreboard at stumps on the second day of the second Test between England and the West Indies at Trent Bridge here on Saturday:
 
Afridi, Malik given Pakistan contracts
Pakistan on Saturday awarded former captains Shahid Afridi and Shoaib Malik central contracts, which saw players given a 25-percent hike in their monthly salaries.
 
Chanderpaul, Samuels defy dominant England
Shivnarine Chanderpaul and Marlon Samuels launched a rearguard action as they battled to prevent the West Indies going down to defeat by England in the first Test at Lord's on Saturday.
 
England v West Indies 1st Test scoreboard
Scoreboard at stumps on the third day of the first Test between England and the West Indies at Lord's here on Saturday
 
English county scores
English county scores on Saturday
 
Bairstow gets England call for Windies opener
Jonathan Bairstow was named in an England Test squad for the first time Sunday when he was included in a 13-man party for the series opener against the West Indies at Lord's starting Thursday.
 
England first Test squad
England 13-man squad announced Sunday for the first Test against the West Indies starting at Lord's on Thursday:
 
Bopara injury could force England re-think
England's selectors could be forced into a late change of plan for next week's first Test against the West Indies at Lord's after it emerged all-rounder Ravi Bopara had torn a thigh muscle.
 
Pakistan welcomes India invitation
Pakistan on Saturday welcomed India's invitation to compete in the Champions League Twenty20 tournament this year, saying it could lead to a "revival of Indo-Pak cricketing ties."
 
Johnson on verge of quitting before injury
Paceman Mitchell Johnson, recalled this week to the Australian team, revealed Friday he had lost his love of cricket and a foot injury this year probably saved him from quitting the game.
 
Australia bowling coach McDermott quits
Craig McDermott has quit as bowling coach of the Australian team, citing the conflicting demands of constant touring with family life, Cricket Australia said Friday.
 
Richardson set to be new ICC chief executive
Former Test wicketkeeper David Richardson is set to succeed fellow South African Haroon Lorgat as the new chief executive of the International Cricket Council (ICC), the global governing body announced Thursday.
 
Sammy rested for Lions clash
West Indies captain Darren Sammy was suprisingly left out of the side for Thursday's match against the England Lions, the tourists' final match before next week's first Test at Lord's.
 
English county scores
English county cricket scores on Saturday
 
Zimbabwean Brown joins Kenya coaching staff
Kenya have appointed former Zimbabwe cricket coach Robin Brown as head of its national elite programme to oversee the development of the game from the grassroots to the top level.
 
No evidence against me, says Asif
Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Asif on Friday said there had been no evidence for his conviction in Britain for corruption and spot-fixing, a day after he was released following six months in prison.
 
'Mr Cricket' Hussey struggling with Indian heat
Veteran Australian batsman Michael Hussey, newly arrived in the Indian Premier League (IPL) to play for the defending champions, admitted Friday that he was struggling with the heat and humidity.
 
Ton-up Bell finds form ahead of Windies series
England's Ian Bell ended his near nine-month wait for a first-class century with an unbeaten hundred for Warwickshire on the second day of their rain-affected County Championship match against Durham on Thursday.
 
Pakistan to tour Sri Lanka next month
Pakistan will tour Sri Lanka next month for three Tests, five one-day internationals and two Twenty20 games, Sri Lanka Cricket said on Monday.
 
English county scores
English county scores on Sunday:
 
Clarke keeps lid on great Aussie expectations
Michael Clarke celebrated a year in charge of Australia with a 75-run victory over West Indies in the third and final Test, but insisted his team is far from the finished article.
 
Clarke looks to make IPL impact under Ganguly
Michael Clarke headed for his first stint in the Indian Premier League on Friday, insisting that he was looking forward to playing under former India skipper Sourav Ganguly.
 
Ramdin, Samuels return for Windies' England tour
West Indies recalled wicket-keeper Denesh Ramdin and big-hitting batsman Marlon Samuels for their three-Test tour of England next month while also summoning uncapped paceman Shannon Gabriel.
 
West Indies v Australia third Test scoreboard
Final scoreboard on the fifth day of the third and final Test between West Indies and Australia at Windsor Park on Thursday
 
Shillingford set for Dominica history
West Indies off-spinner Shane Shillingford will create history on Monday when he becomes the first Dominican to play a Test match on home soil.
 
Ponting shrugs off pressure to quit
Former Australia skipper Ricky Ponting said Sunday he has no intention of calling time on his Test career and was looking forward to taking on bitter rivals South Africa later this year.
 
West Indies v Australia third Test squads
West Indies and Australia squads for the third and final Test which starts at Windsor Park on Monday:
 
Risk-free Aussies go for kill against Windies
Australia coach Mickey Arthur vowed his team will go for the West Indies' jugular in the third and final Test even if their full throttle assault backfires.
 
English county scores
English county championship scores on Saturday
 
Second Windies, Australia Test abandoned as draw
Australia retained their two-decade grip on the Frank Worrell Trophy when heavy rain meant the second Test against the West Indies petered out into a draw on Thursday.
 
West Indies call up Fudadin for third Test
Left-hander Assad Fudadin was on Thursday called into the West Indies squad for the third and final Test against Australia which starts at Windsor Park in Dominica on Monday.
 
Hussey, Pattinson keep Aussies in control
An 89 run partnership between Mike Hussey and James Pattinson ensured Australia remained in control at the end of the second day of the second Test against the West Indies on Monday.
 
West Indies v Australia second Test scoreboard
Scoreboard at stumps on the second day of the second Test between West Indies and Australia at Queen's Park Oval on Monday
 
Pakistan hails Bangladesh series
Delighted Pakistani cricket fans, players and politicians Monday welcomed Bangladesh's decision to tour the troubled country and end its three-year exile from hosting international matches.
 
Aussie seamer Magoffin claims seven-wicket haul
Australian seamer Steve Magoffin took seven wickets as Sussex crushed county champions Lancashire by 10 wickets at Liverpool on Saturday.