A cool hand from Ajantha Mendis clinched a sensational one-wicket victory for Sri Lanka, in a rain-reduced, 26-over-a-side match that featured several sharp turns, and riveting twists of fortune. Mendis’ high, handsome six over long-on sealed the result in the penultimate over, after Sunil Narine, in his first international match in 14 months, had brought
Former national Under-15 batsman Bhognarine Singh stroked a stylish century and spinner, Alex Arinda, took a five-wicket haul to lead Camille’s Institute to a comfortable 62-run victory over Soesdyke Secondary in the Guyana Cricket Board (GCB) National Secondary School Cricket League (NSSCL) sponsored by Banks DIH’s Coco Cola and Rainforest Water along with Digicel. Camille’s
A seventh-wicket partnership of 112 in 13 overs between Matthew Wade and Mitchell Marsh proved the difference between the sides in the first ODI of the series between England and Australia in Southampton. When the pair came together Australia were precariously placed on 193 for 6 and had just lost three wickets for 15 runs.
South Africa’s bowling plans were made public when a hotel guest mistakenly received a strategy sheet meant for Dale Steyn and posted it on social media. Yet it was New Zealand’s attack that struggled to adapt to the same surface they read so well during Sunday’s Twenty20 as a rejuvenated Hashim Amla, scored 124 –
Hashim Amla became the fastest South African batsmen to reach 5000 ODI runs a run-a-ball 66 in his 101st innings and set South Africa up to take the series lead. He starred in a 99-run third-wicket stand with AB de Villiers, in which runs were scored at 6.82 to the over before de Villiers and