Hashim Amla, left, of South Africa backs up as Saeed Ajmal of Pakistan sends down a delivery during Day 4 of the second Test match at Newlands on February 17, 2013, in Cape Town, South Africa. Big News Network, 1 week ago
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, the Pakistan-born South Africa legspinner, has rejoined Hampshire for the final two weeks of the season as the club look to close out promotion back to Divison One of the County Championship. Tahir, 35, last played for Hampshire in 2011 and was part of the ...ESPN Cricinfo, 5 days ago
Australia's Michael Clarke plays a shot against South Africa during the first test cricket match at the Gabba in Brisbane November 12, 2012. PHOTO: REUTERS MELBOURNE: Injured captain Michael Clarke has been named in Australia's test and one-day ...The Express Tribune, 1 week ago Injured Australia captain Michael Clarke named for Pakistan series DNA India, 1 week ago Injured Australia captain Clarke named for Pakistan series Yahoo!Xtra, 1 week ago UPDATE 1-Cricket-Injured Clarke still a doubt for Pakistan series Reuters UK, 1 week ago
11 Aug 2014 India has slipped to fourth position behind South Africa, Australia, and Pakistan in the latest ICC Test team rankings after failing miserably against England in two test matches one after another. None of the much hyped Indian batsmen or the ...News on Air, 1 month ago India retain fourth position in Test rankings Sify, 1 month ago Cricket Buzz: India retain fourth position in ICC Test rankings Rediff.com, 1 month ago Cricket Buzz: India-Pak Test series to be reduced to two in FTP Rediff.com, 2 months ago
India now jointly hold the record for highest number of ducks in an innings along with South Africa, Bangladesh and Pakistan. Reported by: Press Trust of India Last updated on Friday, 08 August, 2014 10:51 ISTNDTV, 1 month ago Indian team equals record for most number of ducks in a Test innings Asia Net India, 1 month ago
The following are the ICC Test players' rankings released Monday:Batsmen (top-10)1 AB de Villiers (South Africa) 922 points2 Kumar Sangakkara (Sri Lanka) 8963 Hashim Amla (South Africa) 8734 David Warner (Australia) 8715 Shivnarine Chanderpaul (West Indies) ...Prokerala, 2 months ago ICC Test team rankings Prokerala, 2 months ago
PPC, South Africa's largest cement producer, has reportedly said that slower economic growth and a decline in infrastructure spending have made for a tough domestic market. Cement sales volumes declined over the ten months to July, though this was ...worldcement.com, 4 days ago Cement exporters unlikely to concede South African markets Cape Business News, 1 week ago Claims of Pakistani cement being dumped in South Africa worldcement.com, 2 weeks ago
Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka, Australia, West Indies, England, South Africa, Bangladesh will participate.
Pakistan will be defending its title at the "Fourth Cricket World Cup of the Blind" at Cape Town, South Africa beginning from 25 November. Teams from Pakistan, India, Sri Lanka, Australia, West Indies, England, South Africa and Bangladesh will ...Radio Pakistan, 4 days ago Pakistan-India face-to-face in Blind CWC opener Daily Times, 1 week ago Pakistan, India to clash in Blind Cricket WC opener SAMAA TV, 1 week ago Pak-India face-to-face in Blind CWC opener Pakistan Observer, 1 week ago
PARIS : A decade after the strongest tsunami in living memory, 24 countries spanning from Australia to South Africa, including Pakistan, will take part in a UN-backed simulation exercise next week to test their capacity to forecast and tackle ...The Nation Pakistan, 2 weeks ago
South Africa to host mega event beginning November 26. Archrivals Pakistan and India will go head-to-head in the opening match of the event, which will be played on a single-match league basis. PHOTO: REUTERS KARACHI: The World Blind ...The Express Tribune, 1 week ago Cricket: R and R ahead of the World Cup New Zealand Herald, 1 week ago Blind Cricket WC schedule announced The Nation Pakistan, 1 week ago
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