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Victory may prove to be a turning point
Victory may prove to be a turning point

The venue was Nagpur and the South Africans were playing India A on their last tour to India

Sri Lanka win Peshawar Test to clinch
Sri Lanka win Peshawar Test to clinch

Peshawar, March 9: Sri Lanka needed just 10 deliveries on the final morning to remove Pakistan's last two batsmen and secure an impregnable 2-0 lead in the three-match series by winning the second cricket Test by 57 runs at the Arbab Niaz Stadium

Bulls make slow progress in rain-interupted match
Bulls make slow progress in rain-interupted match

After a losing day one due to a soggy outfield, play finally got underway at the Allan Border Field and Queensland had the good fortune to the win the toss and elected to bat

Bushrangers' hopes flag as Tigers surge to lead
Bushrangers' hopes flag as Tigers surge to lead

After a two days play at the Bellerive Oval, Victoria's dream of hosting the Pura Milk Cup final has evaporated as Tasmania have the upper hand thanks to centuries by Andrew Dykes and Shaun Young

Manicaland v Mashonaland - excitement outstrips the quality
Manicaland v Mashonaland - excitement outstrips the quality

On the first day of the Logan Cup match between Manicaland and Matabeleland, the interest and excitement tended to outstrip the quality of the cricket

Blues recover from shaky start on rain-shortened day
Blues recover from shaky start on rain-shortened day

At the Sydney Cricket Ground in a match with no bearing on finals placings, New South Wales recovered from a mediocre start to be 5/205 at stumps against Western Australia

Muralitharan spins Sri Lanka into winning position
Muralitharan spins Sri Lanka into winning position

Peshawar, March 8: Muttiah Muralitharan captured two wickets off successive deliveries to swing the balance of the second cricket Test and the series towards Sri Lanka's way as Pakistan were left reeling at 222 for eight at stumps on the fourth day

Bushrangers batsmen struggling against Tigers
Bushrangers batsmen struggling against Tigers

After a one days play at the Bellerive Oval honours are even after Tasmania ended the day at seven without loss in reply to Victoria who closed at 9 for 279

No joy for Bulls as downpour washes out day one
No joy for Bulls as downpour washes out day one

Queensland team: (from) *SG Law, JP Maher, TJ Dixon, ML Love, A Symonds, GI Foley, +WA Seccombe, AJ Bichel, AC Dale, SA Muller, JH Dawes, MA Anderson

India win amid scenes of low farce
India win amid scenes of low farce

India won the first ODI against South Africa in a grandstand finish at Kochi's Nehru stadium which ended in a grotesque manner after the teams had walked off thinking the match was over and had to be called back to complete it a second time

Peshawar Test evenly poised after 14 wickets fall
Peshawar Test evenly poised after 14 wickets fall

Peshawar, March 7: Pakistan rallied back in to the match through their bowlers after some spineless batting resulted in the loss of their last seven wickets for 45 runs on an eventful third day of the second cricket Test against Sri Lanka at the

Fiery Shoaib rocks Sri Lankan batting with 5 for 75
Fiery Shoaib rocks Sri Lankan batting with 5 for 75

Peshawar, March 6: Speed merchant Shoaib Akhtar bowled with fire, hostility and venom to place Pakistan in a position of strength against Sri Lanka at stumps on the second day of the second cricket Test at the Arbab Niaz Stadium here on Monday

Punjab complete innings victory over Bihar
Punjab complete innings victory over Bihar

Medium pacer Gagandeep Singh and off spinner Harbhajan Singh, who had wreaked havoc in the first innings were again in the forefront in the second innings as they bowled Punjab to an innings and 20 run victory over Bihar shortly after lunch on the

Railways salvage three points
Railways salvage three points

Despite being outplayed for most of the game, Railways managed to salvage three points from their Ranji Trophy Super League group B match against Hyderabad at the Feroz Shah Kotla grounds on Tuesday

Mumbai snatch victory as Rajasthan collapse
Mumbai snatch victory as Rajasthan collapse

An amazing collapse during which they lost their last eight wickets for 32 runs off 11.5 overs saw Rajasthan lose their Ranji Trophy Super League Group A match to Mumbai at the Wankhede stadium on Tuesday

Bengal-Karnataka game ends in tame draw
Bengal-Karnataka game ends in tame draw

The Bengal-Karnataka Ranji Trophy Super League Group A match petered out into a tame draw at the Eden Gardens on Tuesday

Parida helps Orissa draw with Tamil Nadu
Parida helps Orissa draw with Tamil Nadu

Rashmi Ranjan Parida, with a fine unbeaten 147, played a stellar role in earning for Orissa an honourable draw against Tamil Nadu in their Ranji Trophy Super League Group C match at the Barabati stadium on Tuesday

Hyderabad hold all the aces
Hyderabad hold all the aces

Railways faced an uphill task at stumps on the third day of their Ranji Trophy Super League group B match against Hyderabad at the Feroz Shah Kotla grounds on Monday

Tamil Nadu hold the whiphand against orissa
Tamil Nadu hold the whiphand against orissa

Tamil Nadu continued their dominance over Orissa into the third day

Record breaker Chatterjee helps Bengal take lead
Record breaker Chatterjee helps Bengal take lead

The Indian selectors and BCCI officials always say that performance is the best criteria for selection and not age