10:50 AM ET Annesha Ghosh Jemimah Rodrigues has been signed up by Yorkshire Diamonds for the fourth edition of the Kia Super League, taking the number of Indians in the T20 league up to three. Smriti Mandhana, who set the tournament alight last season with a chart-topping 421 runs in her debut season, will play
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8:33 PM ET Whatever else you might say about Chandika Hathurusingha, the man does not do incognito. If you have paid him any attention over the past few years, chances are you have an opinion. More than likely, it is mighty sharp. “He has great cricket knowledge,” is something people say of him. Well that
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8:28 AM ET ESPNcricinfo staff Akhtar Sarfraz, the former Pakistan and Peshawar batsman, has died aged 43 after a battle with cancer. A left-hander, Sarfraz played four ODIs between December 1997 and October 1998, scoring 66 runs in four innings. He had a more successful domestic career – 5720 runs in 118 first-class games and
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12:59 PM ET We live in momentous times. Times which make us question things we thought as indubitable. So the Moon, we’re told, is part of Mars; Dwayne Leverock, we now know, has the build of a heavyweight champion; and members of the Rolling Stones could be forgiven for reading about Tory leadership candidates and
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11:27 AM ET Mohammad Isam in Bristol Neil McKenzie, Bangladesh’s South African batting coach, wants his batsmen to trust their games in defining moments. Bangladesh started well against South Africa, but have somewhat fallen apart against New Zealand and England. The Bangladesh batsmen, on their part, believe McKenzie has made a difference in his time
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