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Hesson: New Zealand deserve more than two Tests

The time has come to give New Zealand more than two-Test series, according to coach Mike Hesson.
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IPL: Starc stars, Gayle belts Johnson in RCB win

Chris Gayle was in the mood as his stunning century proved the catalyst for Royal Challengers Bangalore's demolition of Kings XI Punjab.
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Younis, Azhar pile on the runs as Pakistan take control

A 250-run pairing from Younis Khan and Azhar Ali put Pakistan in control of the second and final Test against Bangladesh.
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Inexperienced side look to lift England gloom

A youthful England XI will face Ireland in Friday's one-day international after a tumultuous few days for Peter Moores' men.
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Sangakkara signs with Hurricanes

With Kumar Sangakkara to be retired from all international cricket by year's end, he has moved to sign with BBL side Hobart Hurricanes.
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Hobart Hurricanes sign Sangakarra for two BBL seasons

The Hobart Hurricanes have signed international superstar Kumar Sangakkara, one of the greatest batsmen of all time, for the next two seasons of the Big Bash tournament.
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Fines for men who assaulted Ryder

The men who put New Zealand cricketer Jesse Ryder in hospital in 2013 have been sentenced at Christchurch District Court.
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Boycott's Cook criticism 'a disgrace' - Harmison

Geoffrey Boycott's criticism of Alastair Cook has been slammed by the current England captain's former team-mate Steve Harmison.
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Sharma, Rayudu partnership key in Mumbai victory

Rohit Sharma and Ambati Rayudu were the catalysts for Mumbai Indians' five-wicket victory over Delhi Daredevils on Tuesday.
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Vaughan withdraws from England director of cricket running

After holding talks with the ECB's chief executive, Michael Vaughan has said he has no interest in becoming England's director of cricket.
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New Zealand hopeful over Guptill fitness

Martin Guptill could miss the first Test between New Zealand and England later this month due to a side strain.
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Boycott slams 'untouchable' Cook

Alastair Cook has been blasted by Geoffrey Boycott, who believes the opener is "living in cloud-cuckoo land about his captaincy ability".
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Moores focused on West Indies, not Pietersen

England must focus on rebuilding their confidence in the West Indies, rather than on Kevin Pietersen, says coach Peter Moores.
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Cook, Swann hail outgoing Trott

Alastair Cook and Graeme Swann were among the England figures to pay tribute to Jonathan Trott, who retired on Monday.
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Warner in a 'bad place' when he punched Root

Australia batsman David Warner said being away from home for a long time got the better of him when he punched Joe Root in England.
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IPL: Veteran Hogg helps secure Knight Riders victory

A disciplined bowling performance featuring Brad Hogg led Kolkata Knight Riders to a 35-run win over Sunrisers Hyderabad in the Indian Premier League.
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Trott announces England retirement

Jonathan Trott has ended his international career following a poor tour of the West Indies.
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Moores calls for patience

More questions have been raised over Peter Moores' future, but the England coach feels he should be given backing.
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India to tour Bangladesh in June

Bangladesh will host India next month, but there has been no word on who will coach the tourists in a hastily arranged tour.
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Bravo triggers RCB collapse as CSK go top

Suresh Raina's record-matching 26th IPL fifty and Dwayne Bravo's quick-thinking helped Chennai Super Kings beat Royal Challengers Bangalore.
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