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Gillespie out of the running for England job

After long being regarded as the front-runner for the role, Jason Gillespie will not be the next England coach.
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Ponting targets international coaching job

Ricky Ponting said he wants to coach at cricket's highest level, after enjoying success in the Indian Premier League.
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Stokes gives England lead over New Zealand

Ben Stokes enjoyed his "special day" after scoring the fastest Test match hundred at Lord's as England dominated against New Zealand.
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Chanderpaul dropped by West Indies

West Indies batsman Shivnarine Chanderpaul has been dropped following reports he was encouraged to retire.
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Ajmal overlooked again as Sami, Malik return

Pakistan recalled Mohammad Sami and Shoaib Malik for the one-day internationals against Zimbabwe, but there is no place for Saeed Ajmal.
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Rohit happy to prove doubters wrong

Rohit Sharma was thrilled to end Mumbai Indians' rollercoaster 2015 IPL campaign with victory in Sunday's final against Chennai Super Kings.
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Stokes thrilled with 'special day' after fastest Lord's Test hundred

Ben Stokes enjoyed his "special day" after scoring the fastest Test match hundred at Lord's as England dominated against New Zealand.
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Stokes scores quickest Lord's Test ton as England fight back

Alastair Cook scored an unbeaten century and Ben Stokes racked up a breathtaking ton as England dominated New Zealand on day four.
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Pakistan leave it late again

After Friday's close call, Pakistan left it late again to claim a 2-0 series victory over Zimbabwe.
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Mumbai reclaim IPL crown after dominant display

Mumbai Indians won the Indian Premier League for the second time in three years thanks to a convincing 41-run defeat of Chennai Super Kings.
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Pakistan hope to make India 'home'

Despite international cricket returning to Pakistani soil this week, plans could be in place to make India their permanent home.
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New Zealand stay on top at Lord's

England recovered from losing two early wickets, but New Zealand ended day three of the first still holding the advantage at Lord's.
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Wood relieved to break England Test duck

After taking his first England wickets on day three, Mark Wood is still confident of beating New Zealand in the first Test at Lord's.
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New Zealand stay on top at Lord's

England recovered from losing two early wickets, but New Zealand ended day three of the first still holding the advantage at Lord's.
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Wood relieved to break England Test duck

After taking his first England wickets on day three, Mark Wood is still confident of beating New Zealand in the first Test at Lord's.
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Wood relieved to break England Test duck

After taking his first England wickets on day three, Mark Wood is still confident of beating New Zealand in the first Test at Lord's.
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Centurion Williamson warns New Zealand job is not done

The Lord's honours board has a new name on it, but Kane Williamson says England remain a threat to New Zealand in the first Test.
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New Zealand stay on top at Lord's

England recovered from losing two early wickets, but New Zealand ended day three of the first still holding the advantage at Lord's.
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Milne lay-off brings Wheeler fortune

Ben Wheeler could make his international debut for New Zealand in their ODIs against England after Adam Milne was ruled out through injury.
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Afridi thrilled to be back on home soil

Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi is thrilled to be playing on home soil once again ahead of the second Twenty20 clash with Zimbabwe.
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