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West Indies vs England 2nd Twenty20 at The Oval

ENG vs WI 2nd T20: England beat West Indies by 5 wickets

An undefeated 55 by Owais Shah guided England to a five-wicket win over West Indies in the second and final Twenty20 international at The Oval on Friday.
Twenty20 International, The Oval: England 173-5 (19.3 ovs) bt West Indies 169-7 by 5 wkts

West Indies vs England 1st Twenty20 at The Oval

ENG vs WI 1st T20: West Indies beat England by 15 runs

West Indies have beaten England by 15 runs in their opening Twenty20 cricket match at The Oval. Devon Smith scored 61 from 34 balls and Shivnarine Chanderpaul 41 from 26 to share a second-wicket partnership of 84 and Marlon Samuels struck an exuberant 51 from 26 to take West Indies to a daunting 208 for eight.
Twenty20 International, The Oval: West Indies 208-8 beat England 193-7 by 15 runs

Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka First Cricket Test at Colombo

BAN vs SL 1st Test: Sri Lanka beat Bangladesh by an innings and 234 runs

Lasith Malinga and Muttiah Muralitharan combined to destroy Bangladesh as Sri Lanka won the first Test of its three-match series by an innings and 234 runs.
First Test, Colombo (SSC) (day four): Sri Lanka 577-6 dec beat Bangladesh 89 & 254 by an innings and 234 runs

BAN vs SL 1st Test: Bangladesh stage a fight in the second innings

Bangladesh staged a good batting display in their second innings to reach 233-5 (82.3 overs) when bad light stopped play on Day 3 of their first Test against Sri Lanka at Colombo on Wednesday.
First Test, Colombo (SSC) (day three, stumps): Bangladesh 89 & 233-5 vs Sri Lanka 577-6 dec

BAN vs SL 1st Test: Four centuries flatten Bangladesh

Four batsmen scored centuries as Sri Lanka flexed their batting might to tighten the screws on Bangladesh in the first cricket Test at Colombo.
First Test, Colombo (SSC) (day two, stumps): Sri Lanka 577-6 dec vs Bangladesh 89 & 3-0

BAN vs SL 1st Test: Sri Lanka reach 227 for 3 at stumps on day 1

Sri Lanka led by 138 in the first innings as they reached 227/3 at stumps on the opening day of the first Test against Bangladesh at SSC grounds, Colombo on Monday.
First Test, Colombo (SSC) (day one, stumps): Bangladesh 89 vs Sri Lanka 227-3

ICC Cricket World Cup 2011

Mumbai to host 2011 cricket world cup final

The organising committee for the 2011 Cricket World Cup has said that the inaugural ceremony of the mega event will be held in Dhaka, while Lahore and Colombo will host the semi-finals and finals will be held in Mumbai. It has also promised a spectator-friendly tournament with affordable ticket prices.

BCCI president Sharad Pawar appointed as chairman of the 2011 world cup organising committee

BCCI President Sharad Pawar, after being elected Chairman of the 2011 World Cup Organising Committee, vowed today to make the event spectator friendly with low priced tickets for the cricket-crazy fans in the sub-continent.

West Indies vs England Fourth Test at Riverside

ENG vs WI 4th Test: England won the fourth test by seven wickets (ENG 3:0)

England wrapped up the fourth nPower Test in Durham to win the series 3-0 against West Indies on Tuesday.
Fourth Test, Riverside, day five: England 400 & 111-3 beat West Indies 287 & 222 by seven wickets

Twenty20 World Championships 2007 in South Africa

Tait doubtful for Twenty20 World Cup

Australian pacer Shaun Tait's participation in the upcoming Twenty20 cricket World Cup is in doubt as he undergoes an arthroscopic surgery on his right elbow on Tuesday.

India, Pakistan in same group at Twenty20 World Cup

India has been drawn with archrival Pakistan and minnow Scotland in the group stages of the inaugural Twenty20 World Cup to be held in South Africa in September.

West Indies vs England Fourth Test at Riverside

ENG vs WI 4th Test: Collingwood scores century as England hit back against Windies (ENG 2:0)

Paul Collingwood scored his fifth Test century to turn the fourth and final Test on its head against West Indies.
Fourth Test, Riverside, day four (close): West Indies 287 & 83-3 v England 400

ENG vs WI 4th Test: Chanderpaul defies England (ENG 2:0)

Ryan Sidebottom took a wicket with the first ball of the match as England reduced West Indies to 4-132 on the second day of the weather-hit fourth Test at Riverside today.
Fourth Test, Riverside, day three (close): England 121-4 v West Indies 287

ENG vs WI 4th Test: Windies allrounder Darren Sammy doubtful for fourth test (ENG 2:0)

West Indies all-rounder Darren Sammy is a doubtful starter for the final Test against England in Durham on Friday.

West Indies vs England ODI Series 2007

Chris Gayle to captain West Indies in ODI series

Chris Gayle will captain West Indies in three one-day internationals and two Twenty20 matches against England. West Indies ODI team: Chris Gayle (Captain), Shivnarine Chanderpaul (vice-captain), Dwayne Bravo, Fidel Edwards, Runako Morton, Daren Powell, Denesh Ramdin, Ravi Rampaul, Austin Richards Jr., Darren Sammy, Marlon Samuels, Lendl Simmons, Devon Smith, Dwayne Smith.

West Indies vs England Third Test at Old Trafford

ENG vs WI 3rd Test: England Wrap Up Series (ENG 2:0)

England retained the Wisden Trophy as they defeated West Indies by 60 runs shortly after lunch on the final day of the third Test at Old Trafford on Monday.
Third Test, Old Trafford, day five: England 370 & 313 beat West Indies 229 & 394 by 60 runs

Afro Asian Cup 2007

Third ODI, Asian XI (3:0): Asia XI Wins Afro Asia Cup 2007

Asia XI beat Africa XI by 13 runs in the third and final one-day international of the Afro-Asia cricket series here on Sunday to complete a 3-0 sweep. Mahendra Singh Dhoni was adjudged as the Man of the Match for his 139 run knock.
Asia XI 331 for 8 (50.0 overs) beat Africa XI 318 for 7 (50.0 overs) by 13 runs

Second ODI, Asian XI (2:0): Asia XI beat Africa XI by 32 runs and clinch the series

Asia XI beat Africa XI by 31 runs in the second one-dayer at Chennai on Saturday to clinch the three-match Afro-Asia Cup series 2-0.
Asia XI 337 for 7 (50.0 overs) beat Africa XI 306 all out (49.5 overs) by 32 runs

Second ODI, Asian XI (1:0): Asian XI will look to clinch the Afro-Asia Cup

With a 1-0 lead intact, a buoyant Asian XI will be looking to clinch the three-match series on Saturday and take an unassailable 2-0 in the Afro-Asia Cup on Saturday when they meet their African counterparts in the second one-dayer at the floodlit M A Chidambaram Stadium in Chennai.

West Indies vs England Third Test at Old Trafford

ENG vs WI 3rd Test: West Indies fightback against England (ENG 1:0)

Shivnarine Chanderpaul led a determined fightback as West Indies stand an outside chance to win the third Test against England on the final day at Old Trafford.
Third Test, Old Trafford, day four (close): England 370 & 313 v West Indies 229 & 301-5

ENG vs WI 3rd Test: England in sight of a series win over West Indies (ENG 1:0)

West Indies reached stumps on day three at Old Trafford on 22-1, needing an unlikely 455 to win the third Test. The day was dominated by Alastair Cook's sixth Test century and a remarkable 7-66 from Darren Sammy.
Third Test, Old Trafford, day three (close): England 370 & 313 v West Indies 229 & 22-1

ENG vs WI 3rd Test: England in commanding position at the end of day 2 (ENG 1:0)

Monty Panesar and Ryan Sidebottom put England in charge of the third Test against West Indies as England took an over all lead of 175 runs with still 9 wickets in hand at the end of day 2.
Third Test, Old Trafford, day two (close): England 370 & 34-1 vs West Indies 229

ENG vs WI 3rd Test: Ian Bell help England reach 296 for 7 on day 1 (ENG 1:0)

Ian Bell closed in on a battling seventh test hundred as England reached 296 for seven on the first day of the third test against West Indies at Old Trafford on Thursday.
Third Test, Old Trafford, day one (close): England 296-7 vs West Indies

Afro Asian Cup 2007

Kenya likely to host 2008 Afro-Asia Cup

Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Nasim Ashraf left for the south Indian city of Chennai to participate in Asian Cricket Council (ACC) meeting to be held Karachi on June 8-9 on the sidelines of the ongoing Afro-Asia Cup.

Africa XI lose to Asia XI despite Pollock's maiden ton

Shaun Pollock slammed his maiden hundred in One-Day Internationals but could not prevent Asia XI crush Africa XI by 34 runs in the opening tie of the Afro-Asia Cup three-match cricket series at the Chinnaswamy Stadium here on Wednesday.
Asia XI 317 for 9 (50.0 overs) beat Africa XI 283 all out (47.5 overs) by 34 runs

Asia XI hold edge in first ODI against Africa XI

It may be short of some big names, but the first One-day International in the Afro-Asia Cup between combined continental cricket teams promises fireworks aplenty here at the Chinnaswamy Stadium on Wednesday Asia squad : Sanath Jayasuriya, Virender Sehwag, Upul Tharanga, Mahela Jayawardene (Captain), Sourav Ganguly, Mohammad Yousuf, Yuvraj Singh, Mahendra Singh Dhoni (Wicket Keeper), Harbhajan Singh, Zaheer Khan, Dilhara Fernando, Mashrafe Mortaza, Mohammad Rafique, Mohammad Asif.
Africa squad: AB de Villiers, Loots Bosman, Justin Kemp (Captain), Johan Botha, Shaun Pollock, Mark Boucher, Boeta Dippenaar, Albie Morkel, Morne Morkel, Steve Tikolo, Thomas Odoyo, Elton Chigumbura, Vusi Sibanda, Peter Ongondo.

Dilshan stars in Asia XI win

Sri Lankan Tilakaratne Dilshan hit an unbeaten 47 to guide Asia XI to a six-wicket victory over Africa XI in the one-off Twenty20 cricket match here yesterday.
Asia XI (110-4 in 15.5 overs) beat Africa XI (109-8 in 20 overs) by 6 wickets

Asia XI Defeat Africa XI By 60 Runs In The Womens Twenty20 International At Bangalore

Asia Women XI defeated Africa Women XI by 60 runs in the inaugural Twenty20 international of Afro-Asia Cup at Chinnaswamy Stadium, Bangalore (India) on Tuesday.
Asia Women XI (105 for 9 in 20 overs) beat Africa Women XI (45 for 10 in 14.5 overs) by 60 runs

Afro-Asia Cup set for quiet start

Devoid of some top stars, the second edition of Afro-Asia Cup cricket series is all set to begin here tomorrow even as weather gods pose a major threat to the battle of continents.

Bouncy Afro Asia pitches expected in Bangalore

Bangalores matches in the Afro Asia Cup will be played on a relaid pitch and the fast bowlers can look forward to some assistance, say the Karnataka State Cricket Association.

Sachin Tendulkar out of Afro-Asia Cup

Sachin Tendulkar on Monday made way for Sourav Ganguly while Zaheer Khan was included as the sixth Indian in the revised 14-member one-day Asia cricket team for the Afro-Asian Cup beginning in Bangalore on June 6.

West Indies in England Cricket Series 2007

ENG vs WI 2nd Test: England wins second test against West Indies by record innings and 283 runs

Ryan Sidebottom took eight wickets in his first test in six years for England to beat the West Indies by a record innings and 283 runs on Monday.
Second Test, Headingley, day four: England 570-7 dec bt West Indies 146 & 141 by an inns & 283 runs

International Cricket Council

ICC president Sonn dies aged 57

The International Cricket Council have led the tributes to their president Percy Sonn who has died aged 57.
South African Sonn experienced complications after a minor colon operation undergone during the recent World Cup. He returned to the Caribbean to present Australia with their trophy but his health deteriorated back in his homeland, and he passed away yesterday in Cape Town. "He was immensely popular among the ICC's staff, a friend to me and he could brighten the darkest day because, invariably, he had a smile on his face," said ICC chief executive Malcolm Speed.
"Percy was utterly committed to the game at all levels and his mantras were that the game had to be inclusive rather than exclusive and that it had to be played the right way, to be true to the spirit of cricket."
A lawyer by trade, Sonn rose to the presidency of Western Province and later filled the same role for the South African board. The process for choosing a new president of the ICC under the organisation's articles means that the ICC Board will appoint an acting president until an election can be held.

Afro Asian Cup 2007

Chaminda Vaas out of Afro-Asia Cup

Sri Lankan pace spearhead Chaminda Vaas has opted out of next month's Afro-Asia One Day International cricket tournament.

Mortaza replaces injured Shoaib in Afro-Asia Cup

Bangladesh pace spearhead Mashrafee Mortaza will replace dope-tainted Pakistani pacer Shoaib Akhtar in the Asian squad for the next months Afro-Asia Cup in India.

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