Brendon McCullum, the Lahore Qalandars captain, has question the execution of his bowlers, and has offered to "offload" his captaincy in a bid to change the fortunes of the side, which has lost all six of its games this season. Effectively, Thursday night's six-wicket defeat to Islamabad United was Lahore's …read more
Australia 243 (Warner 63, Paine 36, Rabada 5-96) v South Africa
Kagiso Rabada put South Africa firmly on top at tea on the first day in Port Elizabeth after a mini-collapse saw Australia get bowled out for 243. Australia started well, as Warner along with Cameron Bancroft, managed …read more
James Pattinson, the Australian fast bowler, is set to join the Brisbane Heat for next season's Big Bash League (BBL).
Heat have lured the injury-prone Pattinson, who was out of contract after playing the past five seasons with the Melbourne Renegades. The 27-year-old last played in the BBL in January …read more
Indian cricketer Mohammed Shami has been charged with attempt to murder following a complaint filed by his wife Hasin Jahan in Kolkata. Seven charges have been levelled against the India pacer, one of them being attempt to murder by "food poisoning and physical attack".
A rape charge has also been …read more
🔰West Indies 201/4 (Holder 99, Hope 49) beat Papua New Guinea 200 (Vala 57, Brathwaite 5-27) by 6 wickets
PNG have been knocked out of the tournament.
🔰Scotland 153/6 (Coetzer 88*, Regmi 2-26) beat Nepal 149 (Khadka 63, Whittingham 3-35) by 4 wickets
With this win Scotland have …read more
🔰Islamabad United 164/4 (Ronchi 77, Narine 3-28) beat Lahore Qalandars 163/8 (Devcich 62, Ashraf 3-32) by 6 wickets
When an opener scores a fifty in a T20 chase it invariably helps. When it is the fastest fifty in the history of the …read more
Colin Munro, the New Zealand allrounder, has become the latest international cricketer to shelve his red-ball career to focus on the white ball saying that his "passion" for the longer format has diminished.
Munro, 30, played one Test for New Zealand in 2013 but has now established himself in the …read more
Australia vice-captain David Warner claimed that a "vile and disgusting" remark about his wife by South Africa's Quinton de Kock led to their ugly altercation.
Warner said he was used to taking flak from fans and opposition players, but claimed De Kock's remark crossed a line.
"The other day I …read more