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'Private chat' for Khawaja

Usman Khawaja had a terrible tour of Sri Lanka.

Australian coach to have a 'private chat' with batsman who criticised selectors for dropping him.

No show for 'big show'

Victoria coach Andrew McDonald said the need for balance was behind Maxwell's omission.

Star Australian cricketer Glenn Maxwell dumped from his state side.

Winning starts for ND, Wellington

Scott Kuggeleijn claimed career-best figures to help Northern Districts to victory over Canterbury.

Kuggeleijn bowls Northern to victory, while Woodcock stars for Wellington in opening round of Plunket Shield.

Kohli the key video

India captain Virat Kohli has scored four centuries and three fifties in his last 10 ODIs.

NZ attack confident they have a plan to contain India's master blaster in must-win clash.

Wellington beat Auckland Plunket Shield

Wellington Firebirds opener Luke Woodcock scored 98 in guiding the team to victory over Auckland.

Luke Woodcock's 98 guided Wellington to victory over defending Plunket Shield champions Auckland.

Two tons for Wilson

Otago opening batsman Brad Wilson has made a stellar start to the first class season with consecutive centuries.

 Otago opening batsman Brad Wilson scored consecutive hundreds against Central Districts.

Pay cut OK for less cricket

Shane Watson enjoyed a stint with the Canterbury Kings in 2015.

Australian cricketers happy with less pay if fewer games to play, former test star Shane Watson says.

3-0 loss - 'I've let that go'

Australia captain Steve Smith.

Australia captain Steve Smith backing team to find form against South Africa despite woeful last outing.

Narrow loss turning point hope

Ben Stokes leads England's celebration after taking the last wicket to secure a 22-run win over Bangladesh at Chittagong.

Bangladesh hope 22-run defeat in Chittagong the end of a bad run in test cricket.

Pakistan leaves Windies reeling

Pakistan's Sami Aslam bats during the second test.

Stiff run target looks insurmountable as West Indies falter against Pakistan bowlers.

Sensors likely for cricket helmets

Pakistan's Mohammad Amir is hit on the helmet during a test match against England.

Cricket Australia look to technology to get a better understanding on concussions.

'We didn't bowl that badly'

Jimmy Neesham sums up New Zealand's frustration as India's Virat Kohli, left, rumbles on towards 154 not out in Mohali.

Virat Kohli was severe on Trent Boult, taking 54 runs off New Zealand's best bowler.

Otago openers inflict pain

Hamish Rutherford playing for Otago against Central Districts in Nelson.

Otago and Wellington in box seat in their round one Plunket Shield fixtures.

Greg Hay scores eighth first class century

Central Districts batsman Greg Hay completed his eighth first class century on day three of their Plunket Shield cricket ...

Central batsman Greg Hay has posted his eighth first class century on day three of their Plunket Shield cricket match against Otago.

Club cricketer called to keep for SA

South Africa wicketkeeper Quinton de Kock could not take the field in a warm-up game in Australia paving the way for ...

Son of former Australia coach takes four catches while keeping for likes of Dale Steyn and Morne Morkel.

Johnson wanted to punch KP

Former Australian bowler Mitchell Johnson.

Mitchell Johnson believes Kevin Pietersen would have been in trouble if he went through with a plan to punch him in 2009.

Pakistan make Windies suffer again

Shai Hope, right of the West Indies is bowled by Pakistan leg-spinner Yasir Shah during day three of the second test in ...

Pakistan are firmly on top in their test against the West Indies in Abu Dhabi.

Kohli ton sinks Black Caps video

Ross Taylor hit 44 with the bat, but was left to rue a dropped catch.

After being dropped on five, Virat Kohli smashed 154 not out.

Cricket test too close to call

Bangladesh batsman Sabbir Rahman will be the key man if they want to beat England in the final day of their test at ...

The test between England and Bangladesh could go either way.

Katich hits back at Clarke

Former Australian batsman Simon Katich has given his thoughts on comments by Michael Clarke about their feud, which ...

Simon Katich responds after Michael Clarke's new book and television interview reopened old wounds.

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