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Warney cops a driving ban

Shane Warne has been banned from driving for a year.

Shane Warne has admitted a speeding charge in a London court.

Baseball inspires fiery Ferguson

Lockie Ferguson celebrates taking the wicket of Australia's David Warner during their Cricket World Cup match at Lord's.

Steve Smith, baseball, and photography. Black Caps' star quick has an opinion on most things.

ABs tactics puzzle Boks

Ardie Savea is a key member of the mobile All Blacks back row.

New shape in forwards hints at Kiwis springing a tactical surprise against Springboks.

Hadlee: Smith 'would annoy me' video

Steve Smith of Australia averaged 110 in the Ashes series against England, boosting his career mark to a tick under 65.

Cricketing knight gives his theory on how to dismiss master Australian batsman - with no guarantees.

Phillips fires again in CPL

Glenn Phillips of Jamaica Tallawahs celebrates his half-century against St Kitts and Nevis Patriots at Sabina Park.

Opener's bid for a Black Caps recall gaining pace with some hot T20 form in the Caribbean.

Stokes' heroics have new context

The half siblings of Kiwi-born cricketer Ben Stokes were killed in Christchurch by his mother's ex-partner three years ...

OPINION: The miraculous deeds of England's cricketing superstar do not exist in isolation.

Sri Lanka spinner banned video

Sri Lanka's Akila Dananjaya has been banned by the ICC.

Sri Lanka spinner Akila Dananjaya's illegal bowling action was reported after the first test match against New Zealand last month.

Hagley Oval lights proposal advances

Lights for Hagley Oval are a step closer.

The pressure is on for a final decision, to ensure Christchurch can host high-profile Women's World Cup games. 

Ferguson targets test debut

Lockie Ferguson is knocking on the test cricket door for New Zealand and could be an intriguing option for the tour of ...

Second-top wicket taker at World Cup, how long can Black Caps leave quick out of test XI?

Best bowling figures in 63 years

Kyle Abbott took 17 wickets in a first-class match for Hampshire. (FILE PHOTO)

South African paceman produces incredible bowling display.

Central Stags sign Mickey Arthur

Mickey Arthur has coached three national teams in the past.

The Stags have snared one of the highest profile coaches in the world for this summer.

Neesham's nightmare T20 spell video

Black Caps all-rounder Jimmy Neesham went for 0-68 from his four overs in the Carribean Premier League on Tuesday.

Black Caps all-rounder's 0-68 after crazy final over leads to Super Over defeat and unwanted CPL record.

Stokes attacks 'immoral' article

England cricketer Ben Stokes is disgusted to see a family tragedy revealed in the British media.

Kiwi-born England cricket star says front page story was "low and despicable".

Crunch time for Hagley Oval lights

Regenerate Christchurch will decide whether to advance a proposal for lights at Hagley Oval on Wednesday.

Christchurch won't get any games of significance if lights at Hagley Oval are not approved by the end of November.

Hadlee hails 'extraordinary' Broad

Stuart Broad lets Marcus Harris know he's there after snaring his wicket at The Oval.

England spearhead credits Sir Richard's email with lifting his bowling to new heights.

Stokes' siblings murdered by father

The half siblings of Kiwi-born cricketer Ben Stokes were killed in Christchurch by his mother's ex-partner three years ...

Two siblings of World Cup winning cricketer Ben Stokes were shot dead by his mother's ex-partner before he was born.

Warner let Broad into his head - Langer

Stuart Broad celebrates dismissing David Warner in the final innings of the Ashes series.

Coach says Ashes failure will be relieved to get on a Qantas flight and not face Broad for a while.

Smith 'cooked' after Ashes series

Steve Smith celebrates after Australia retained the Ashes despite losing the final test against England.

Australian batsman struggles to sleep during tests as he visualises how he will bat the next day so it's little wonder he is tired.

Everyone wins in whirlwind Ashes

Australian captain Tim Paine, centre, holds up the Ashes urn after his side drew the series 2-2 with England.

OPINION: After 6½ hectic weeks, Australia still have the urn and England still have their pride, writes Greg Baum.

Gower, Botham: 'it's goodnight'

Sky Sports commentator David Gower during day four of the fifth Ashes test at The Oval.

One says he's ready to move on, the other is not so sure as Sky Sports ease out cricketing greats.

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