SLC held a fast bowling camp at the Galle Cricket Stadium on 17th July along with the 1st Test between Sri Lanka and South Africa, as a initial step for the upcoming talent search program. Sri Lankan pace bowler Ravindra Pushpakumara explains about the upcoming fast bowling camp and the benefit of SLC’s input.
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  shares Shane Watson holds his shape after punching the ball © PSL Quetta Gladiators 161 for 3 (Watson 81*, U Akmal 44) beat Islamabad United 157 for 8 (Parnell 41, Tanvir 4-21, Fawad 3-15) by seven wickets How the game played out Career-best PSL figures from Sohail Tanvir, coupled with the type of destructive
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8:17 AM ET ESPNcricinfo staff Spinner Akila Dananjaya has returned to Sri Lanka’s squad for the five ODIs in South Africa. He was officially banned from bowling in international cricket in December, after an independent biomechanic assessment found his flex beyond the permitted 15 degrees. Dinesh Chandimal, who had been dropped for Test series in
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12:44 PM ET Mohammad Hafeez is set to undergo surgery for a hand injury, sustained while attempting a return catch in Lahore Qalandars’ match against Karachi Kings on Saturday. This puts his participation in the remaining PSL season in jeopardy, besides casting a doubt on his World Cup availability for Pakistan. A visibly hurt Hafeez
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  shares Ajmal Shahzad ran through Worcestershire’s top order © Getty Images Last Friday, Ajmal Shahzad was appointed MCC Young Cricketers’ head coach, just days after smiling as Mark Wood’s pure pace helped England to victory in the third Test against West Indies. Former journeyman quick Shahzad tells ESPNcricinfo about hitting his stride in his
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7:53 AM ET Umpiring standards in the Bangladesh domestic circuit continue to be dubious, with questions raised every other day. This, even as the BCB prepares to host a new four-day T20 tournament, followed by the Dhaka Premier League (DPL), scheduled to start on March 8. Over the past few seasons, allegations of biased umpiring
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Follow India’s 2018 tour of England right here: https://www.ecb.co.uk/england/men Jos Buttler shared 98 for the ninth wicket with Stuart Broad, adding another 20 opposite James Anderson. Hosts England rallied to transform their 198-7 into 332 all out. Anderson dismissed Cheteshwar Pujara and Ajinkya Rahane in style, with Ben Stokes inducing edges from Kohli and Rishabh
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  shares © PCB/PSL Peshawar Zalmi 81 for 3 (Amin 61*) beat Lahore Qalandars 78 (Hasan Ali 4-15, Wahab 3-17) by seven wickets How the game played out Hasan Ali ripped through Lahore Qalandars’ much-vaunted top order, while fellow quick Wahab Riaz tore through the tail to dismiss the PSL’s most beleaguered franchise for 78,
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2:10 PM ET However Chris Gayle fares in the ODI series against England – and the World Cup that follows – it is unlikely to be a lack of confidence that holds him back. “You’re looking at a great man,” he said when asked whether he was satisfied with his career. “I’m the greatest player
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Find out more at ecb.co.uk Highlights from a thrilling Test at Lord’s where Australia beat England by 239 runs. After a stunning opening day where 17 wickets fell, including five to Glenn McGrath, Australia gained control and ran out comfortable winners despite successive half-centuries from Kevin Pietersen. This is the official channel of the ECB.
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11:41 AM ET Sreshth Shah in Nagpur Character, that’s the word used by Vidarbha captain Faiz Fazal to describe his team’s attitude after they beat Rest of India on first innings lead in Nagpur to become only the third Ranji Trophy winners to also defend their Irani Cup title. Speaking to the media after their
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