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Chirag Khurana cuts during his unbeaten 43

Mah v TN, Ranji semi-finals, Kolkata, 4th day

Gugale, Khurana tons keep Maharashtra on track

Swapnil Gugale and Chirag Khurana scored hundreds to keep Maharashtra's pursuit of the first-innings lead on track, but Tamil Nadu pulled things back with a few late strikes to put the game in the balance

Adam Voges works the ball to leg

NSW v WA, Sheffield Shield, Newcastle, 4th day

WA cruise to victory after NSW fold for 97

Western Australia cruised to a seven-wicket win at the No 1 Sports Ground after New South Wales were bundled out for 97 in their second innings

Sarah Taylor lifts over the infield with a Flamingo follow through

NZ v England, 5th Women's ODI, Lincoln

Taylor and Sciver help England seal series

Sarah Taylor and Natalie Sciver struck fifties to underpin a disciplined bowling performance as England sealed the series with a five-wicket win over New Zealand in Lincoln

Australia's rendition of the national anthem

England news

National anthem leaves Morgan lost for words

Eoin Morgan's failure to sing the national anthem for "personal reasons" has not gone down too well with the flag wavers now he is England captain

Trent Boult is mobbed after bowling Mitchell Marsh for a duck

New Zealand v Australia, World Cup 2015, Group A, Auckland

Boult strikes once, twice...five times

A week after Tim Southee destroyed England with 7 for 33 in Wellington it was the turn of his new-ball partner Trent Boult to produce an extraordinary performance

Baz(ooka): Brendon McCullum launches one on his way to the fastest World Cup fifty

World Cup 2015

Five World Cup bowling nightmares

West Indies' young captain Jason Holder can console himself as he reflects on the 34 runs he conceded in an over against South Africa that he is not the only World Cup bowler to take a trouncing

R Prasanna came good for Tamil Nadu once again

Maharashtra v Tamil Nadu, Ranji Trophy semi-finals, Kolkata, 3rd day

Maharashtra steady after Tamil Nadu make 549

Maharashtra replied in solid fashion after Tamil Nadu amassed 549 in their first innings on the third day at Eden Gardens

N Srinivasan leaves after the BCCI's emergent working committee meeting

India news

Srinivasan won't contest BCCI election

The BCCI's sidelined president N Srinivasan will not be able to contest the election to any position in the board's annual general meeting, scheduled to take place in Chennai on March 2