Australia captain Meg Lanning belives that they deserved their victory over England in the Women's World T20 Final.
- Players/Officials : Meg Lanning
26.6 BA Stokes to SPD Smith, 4 runs, fifty for Smith now. Great innings by him too, coming in the first over. His runs in London continue to flow. Full and wide outside off, Smith throws his hands at the ball to get it in front of point for four. | Sep 5, 2015
The middle stump is tiled back. Finn shoots through Burns' gate. He has been pretty good with the drive but fails this time. | Sep 5, 2015
The physio is out to tend to the Australian vice-captain. He got into a tangle there. And Warner walks off the field, retired hurt | Sep 5, 2015
Andy and Jarrod get philosophical about the coin, and try to find out if South Africa and New Zealand really played a series recently | Sep 5, 2015
Cricket fans across Mumbai were given a special chance to be a part of the launch of Aakash Chopra's book The Insider, and meet Rahul Dravid and Ajinkya Rahane | Sep 4, 2015
Rahul Dravid talks about India batsman Ajinkya Rahane's technique and says he would prefer that Rahane bat at no. 5 than at no. 3 | Sep 4, 2015
Alexis Nunes previews the second ODI between England and Australia on Saturday, at Lord's | Sep 4, 2015
Hong Kong Cricket Association chief executive Tim Cutler on the opportunities and challenges of expanding cricket in Hong Kong | Sep 4, 2015
Bell scored a total of 215 runs during the Investec Ashes series | Sep 4, 2015
Rahul Dravid talks about India batsman Ajinkya Rahane's technique and says he would prefer that Rahane bat at no. 5 than at no. 3
Hong Kong Cricket Association chief executive Tim Cutler on the opportunities and challenges of expanding cricket in Hong Kong
Australian coach says that Shane Watson and George Bailey's support for the new young leadership group will be important in the one-day s...
England one-day captain says that he wants to challenge his young team to follow up their success against New Zealand against world champ...
Cricket Ireland chief executive Warren Deutrom talks about scheduling regular fixtures against Full Member nations after being included i...
Incoming Australia captain Steven Smith admitted England outplayed his team during the Investec Ashes series despite winning the fifth an...
England's Man of the Series Joe Root lauded his teammates after they won the Ashes 3-2
England captain Alastair Cook reflects on winning the Investec Ashes series 3-2 over Australia
Australia captain Michael Clarke reflects on his final appearance for his country following their dominant win over England at The Oval