Warner's solution to end no-ball farce

David Warner believes bowlers are sending down more no balls than ever because umpires have moved away from calling them during play.

Pujara's comeback ton lifts India

Colombo (AFP) - Cheteshwar Pujara marked his recall with an unbeaten century after Sri Lanka's Dhammika Prasad ripped through India's batting in the decisive third and final Test in Colombo on …

Warner eyes Aussie Twenty20 World Cup win

New Australian vice-captain David Warner says he's determined to win a Twenty20 World Cup and insists he wants to keep playing all three forms of cricket.

Warner has Sutherland's 100% backing

David Warner says he has been told by Cricket Australia boss James Sutherland that being given the vice-captaincy is reward for his reformed ways.

Pujara holds firm for India against Sri Lanka

COLOMBO (Reuters) - Cheteshwar Pujara recorded his seventh hundred and held India's innings together against an inspired spell of fast bowling by Dhammika Prasad on the second day of the third and …

Australian women win back Ashes

Australia's women have beaten England by 20 runs in their second Twenty20 clash to regain the Ashes at Hove.

Ian Bell quits one-day internationals

LONDON (Reuters) - England batsman Ian Bell is retiring from one-day internationals to concentrate on prolonging his test career, the 33-year-old said on Friday. Bell, who has …

India 50-2 in rain-shortened day in Colombo

COLOMBO (Reuters) - India lost two quick wickets to reach 50-2 before rain washed out the rest of the opening day of the third and final test against Sri Lanka at the Sinhalese Sports Club Ground on …