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Coach Hathurusingha says standards have to rise if team is to recover in the long run

Sri Lanka pin blame on fielding standards after chastening series loss

Sri Lanka coach Chandika Hathurusingha believes his side made too many mistakes which lost them the Test series against England. (1:15)Yet another Sri Lanka loss, influenced by yet another round of missed chances and poor fielding, has led to yet another coach putting f

Big calls vindicated after England secure second series win in Sri Lanka in five attempts since 2000-01

England reap rewards of brave selection policy - Trevor Bayliss

Keaton Jennings' fielding helped turn the match in England's favour as they beat Sri Lanka. (2:58)Trevor Bayliss says that England have reaped the rewards of their new, bold approach to selection, after his team wrapped up a 57-run victory in the second Test in Pallekel

New Zealand set Pakistan a target of 176 of which they knocked down 37 without losing a wicket

Hasan Ali, Yasir Shah take five-fors as Pakistan rally

Stumps: Pakistan 227 and 37 for 0 (Imam 25*, Hafeez 8*) need another 139 runs to beat New Zealand 153 and 249 (Watling 59, Nicholls 55, Hasan 5-45, Yasir 5-110)This isn't a Test designed for predictions, but a gruelling day where momentum ebbed and flowed ended with Pak

New Zealand were 211 for 5 but the India attack was unable to capitalise on the situation and the hosts declared on 458

NZ A lower order and tail frustrates India bowlers

India A 467 for 8 dec and 35 for 0 (Shaw 33*, Vijay 2*) lead New Zealand A 458 for 9 dec (Rutherford 114, Rance 69*, Cleaver 53, Gowtham 3-107) by 44 runsThe New Zealand A lower order and tail piled on plenty of runs against an India A attack that features only two fron

Mitchell Starc and Josh Hazlewood made early inroads after New South Wales set Queensland a 380-run target in Canberra

Larkin, Hughes tons put New South Wales on top

New South Wales 279 & 3-360 dec (Larkin 175*, Hughes 116, Swepson 2-116) lead Queensland 260 & 2 for 51 (Burns 37*, Hazlewood 1-8) by 328 runsA brilliant 258-run opening stand between Nick Larkin and Daniel Hughes and an aggressive declaration has put New South Wales in

Captain takes pride in leading from the front as England seal first series win in Asia for six years

Joe Root praises team for 'bold and courageous' victory

Keaton Jennings' fielding helped turn the match in England's favour as they beat Sri Lanka. (2:58)Having challenged his players to play "bold, courageous cricket" on their tour of Sri Lanka, England's captain Joe Root said that he would take immense pride in the manner

Isobel and Cecelia, who played for nearly two decades in the international circuit, announced their retirements after Ireland's loss in their final group-stage match in the World T20

Ireland's Joyce twins retire from international cricket

Ireland's Joyce twins, Isobel and Cecelia, announced their retirement from international cricket after Ireland's eight-wicket loss to New Zealand in their final group-stage match in the World T20. It was also the last international game for their team-mates, Clare Shill

Smuts stifles Stars with 3 for 20, but Giants falter towards back-end with the bat to miss out on a bonus point

Duckett's 45-ball 75 helps Giants cruise home

Nelson Mandela Bay Giants 127 for 5 (Duckett 75, Hendricks 2-13) beat Jozi Stars 124 for 7 (Vilas 38*, Gayle 23, Smuts 3-20) by five wicketsHe isn't a recognised T20 name worldwide yet, but Ben Duckett showed he has the ingredients to become a hard-hitting match-winner.

Batsman says he has not changed his preparations in wake of criticism from coach, Chandika Hathurusingha

Angelo Mathews still hurt by ODI axing as he lets 'bat do the talking'

Sri Lanka's Angelo Mathews believes it's still evenly poised against England despite the visitors' commanding day four, at Kandy. (1:19)A week after coach Chandika Hathurusingha praised the progress Angelo Mathews had made on his fitness and attitude since being axed fr

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