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Cricket-Jordan replaces Starc at Bangalore, Mumbai sign Taylor

NEW DELHI, April 28 England fast bowler Chris Jordan has joined Indian Premier League (IPL) franchise Royal Challengers Bangalore as a replacement for injured Australia paceman Mitchell Starc, the Indian cricket board said.

Cricket-Silva recovers from head blow to earn Sri Lanka recall

COLOMBO, April 28 Sri Lanka opener Kaushal Silva has recovered from a blow to the head he suffered while fielding last weekend to be named in the test squad for next month's tour of England.

Cricket World Cup 28 Apr 2016

UPDATE 1-Cricket-Donald keen on long-term role with Australia

* Australia to make decision on full-time role towards end of year (recasts, adds fresh quotes)

Cricket World Cup 28 Apr 2016

UPDATE 1-Cricket-New Zealand confirm Williamson as skipper

WELLINGTON, April 28 New Zealand Cricket (NZC) confirmed on Thursday that top-order batsman Kane Williamson will take over the captaincy in all three formats of the game following the retirement of Brendon McCullum.

Cricket World Cup 28 Apr 2016

UPDATE 1-Cricket-Australia eye S.Africa great Donald as bowling coach: report

MELBOURNE, April 27 South Africa fast bowling great Allan Donald will join Australia as bowling coach for their tour of Sri Lanka this year, local media reported on Wednesday.

Cricket World Cup 27 Apr 2016

Cricket-Australia's Hastings out of West Indies tour

MELBOURNE, April 27 Australia fast bowler John Hastings has been withdrawn from a one-day tri-series against West Indies and South Africa in the Caribbean after undergoing surgery on his ankle.

Cricket World Cup 27 Apr 2016

South African sports row reopens old wounds over race

JOHANNESBURG, April 26 When Temba Bavuma became the first black cricketer to score a century for South Africa at this year's Cape Town test, a jubilant crowd erupted in celebration and commentators swiftly hailed it as a symbolic bridging of the racial divide.

Cricket World Cup 26 Apr 2016

Cricket-All test nations want day-night matches, says Australia

MELBOURNE, April 26 The cricket boards of all major test-playing nations have thrown their support behind day-night matches and nearly half intend to host a game under lights in the next 12 months, according to Cricket Australia boss James Sutherland.

Cricket World Cup 26 Apr 2016

Cricket-ICC blasts Windies for World T20 outburst over pay

MELBOURNE, April 26 The International Cricket Council has criticised West Indies for using their victory speech at the World Twenty20 tournament to complain about their cricket board after a long drawn-out pay dispute.

Cricket World Cup 26 Apr 2016

UPDATE 1-S.Africa bans rugby, cricket federations from bidding for major tournaments

JOHANNESBURG, April 25 South Africa on Monday banned its national cricket and rugby federations from hosting or bidding for international tournaments for at least a year due to their failure to increase their representation of black players.

Cricket World Cup 25 Apr 2016
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Dhoni: the legacy of a cricket champion

When Dhoni finally hangs up his boots for good in all forms of cricket, he'll be best remembered as a handsome and charismatic leader who inspired India to scale cricket's greatest heights.

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