Cricket

Napier loses another ODI

McLean Park won't be ready for the Pakistan ODI in January, but hopes remain high for England in February.

Kiwi women Lord's members

Eight players from NZ among 37 women to accept Honorary Life Memberships from the Home of Cricket.

MacGill, CA settle pay dispute

The leggie was initially seeking $2.8m in payments and interest.

McCullum makes big impact

Brutal batting blitz from Brendon McCullum keeps playoff hopes alive for Middlesex in English T20 competition.

Sublime 171 eliminates Aussies

Indian batter wallops Australia to all corners to score a huge upset at the women's Cricket World Cup.

Perils of all-out attack

OPINION: Gung-ho batting only works against mediocre teams on flat wickets, Michael Vaughan writes.

Cricket pay scars will linger

Former fast bowler Mitchell Johnson comes off the long run against Cricket Australia.

'I don't miss the injuries'

Former Blackcap Reece Young, 37, is enjoying more time with family and a career outside of cricket.

England into World Cup final

Despair for South Africa as the World Cup hosts clinch victory in the semifinals with just two balls to spare.

John Bracewell stepping down

Unwilling to re-enter the test arena, Kiwi coach resigns as Ireland prepares to step up for the five-day game.

Record chase denies Zimbabwe

Sri Lanka chase down 388-runs for the fifth biggest winning second innings effort in test cricket history.

Gayle could be on NZ tour

Star West Indies players get chance to return to ODI cricket in NZ after years-long dispute.

England players too gung-ho

OPINION: England blunder with their roller-coaster approach and get thrashed, writes former opening bat Geoff Boycott.

Pay spat could shade World Cup

Should Australia's women's cricketers lift the World Cup they will be doing so as unemployed players.

Root's honeymoon over

South Africa bowl England out for an emphatic 340-run win in the second test, leveling the series 1-1.

Zimbabwe close in on victory

Touring side just seven wickets shy of recording their maiden test win over Sri Lanka.

Answers needed from White Ferns

Former NZ women's cricket coach Warren Lees weighs in on team's poor World Cup showing.

MacGill seeks mediation

Former Australian test spinner injury case against Cricket Australia may go to trial.

Pay dispute: $1.3m already lost

$1.3m in player salaries lost, but new individual sponsorships are emerging for Australian cricketers.

Bates: Ferns not good enough

"Everyone's going to be really disappointed with this tournament," White Ferns captain says in defeat.

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