ST VINCENT: Thirty-four-year-old debutant Zulfiqar Babar took three key wickets then struck a six off the final ball of the match to give Pakistan a two wicket victory over West Indies in the first Twenty20 international on Saturday.
GETTING BACK: Former whipping boy turns tormentor
LONDON: Australia coach Darren Lehmann has warned his under-achieving stars that no-one is safe from the axe ahead of the must-win Third Ashes Test.
LONDON: England extended their overall lead over Australia to 347 with seven wickets still in hand after a slow opening session on the third day of the second Ashes test at Lord's yesterday.
SYDNEY: Australia's newspapers yesterday ripped into their team's feeble batting in the second Test against England, fearing the Ashes campaign might have unravelled in one catastrophic session at Lord's.
ST LUCIA:West Indies number 11 Jason Holder smashed 14 runs off the final over to earn his side a dramatic tie with Pakistan in the third one-day international at Beausejour Stadium in St Lucia on Friday.
WELLINGTON: New Zealand cricket star Jesse Ryder told police yesterday he has no memory of the vicious attack that left him critically injured in hospital last week.
KANDY: Opener Kusal Perera hit an explosive maiden half-century off 44 balls to steer Sri Lanka to a 17-run win over Bangladesh in a one-off Twenty20 international in Pallekele on Sunday.
LAHORE: Misbah-ul-Haq (pic) has identified Twenty20 cricket as the means by which Pakistan can bring international competition back to the country.
WELLINGTON: New Zealand cricketer Jesse Ryder has regained consciousness and is talking to friends and family as he recovers from an alleged assault in Christchurch earlier this week, his manager said yesterday.
KUALA Lumpur created history by winning the Boys' Under-18 Malaysian Schools cricket title for the first time, defeating Kelantan by 16 runs at the Penang Free School cricket hub in Jalan Masjid Negeri yesterday.
IN THE WINGS: Numerous talented youngsters ready to force their way into test contention
SARAWAK beat Perlis by 98 runs to qualify for the Boys' Under-12 quarter-finals of the Malaysian Schools cricket competition at the Westlands Sports Excellence Centre in George Town yesterday.
NO WAY: Hussey, Ponting rule out Ashes return after Australia's troubled series in India
KARACHI: Former great Wasim Akram is prepared to help Pakistan's fast-bowling department out of a hole with his country in need of fresh talent.