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Brendan Taylor celebrates his century on his Championship debut

County news

Taylor loans car to sleep off cup triumph

Brendan Taylor, the former Zimbabwe captain, caused consternation by falling asleep in an unlocked car after his celebrations of Nottinghamshire's progress to the semi-finals of the Royal London Cup went haywire

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Axar Patel plays the ball down the ground

South Africa A v India A, 2nd unofficial Test, Wayanad, 4th day

Axar's 6-6-0-4 routs SA A by an innings

Axar Patel took four wickets without conceding a run in six overs on the fourth day, spinning South Africa A out for 76 and securing victory for India A by an innings and 81 runs

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In full flight: Doug Bracewell in his followthrough

New Zealand in Zimbabwe and SA 2015

'I'm still delighted with the tour' - Hesson

New Zealand coach Mike Hesson has said his team will take plenty of positives from their tour of Africa, despite losing the one-day series to South Africa 2-1

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David Warner goes through the off side

Ireland v Australia, Only ODI, Stormont

'A good workout for us' - Smith

Australia's captain Steven Smith has expressed disappointment at his team's middle-order slump against Ireland but said the side would be better for the hit-out ahead of their ODI series against England

Ger Siggins in Stormont

Joe Burns made 69 in a productive opening stand

Ireland v Australia, Only ODI, Stormont

Warner, Burns set up Australia victory

Australia tuned up for the limited-overs leg of their tour of England with a 23-run DLS win over Ireland in Belfast

Venkatapathy Raju and Pubudu Dassanayake

USA news

Raju to coach at Americas cricket combine

Venkatapathy Raju, the former India left-arm spinner, has been announced as the third man in the lead coaching panel at next month's ICC Americas cricket combine in Indianapolis from September 18 to 27

Jason Roy's hundred dominated Surrey's innings

Surrey v Kent, Royal London Cup QF, Kia Oval

Coles gives Surrey fright after Roy's hundred

Surrey survived an extraordinary maiden hundred from Matt Coles and a last-wicket stand of 64 - to which Coles' partner Matt Hunn contributed a single run - to progress to the semi-finals of the Royal London Cup