Aussies claim VB Series title

Centuries to openers Adam Gilchrist and Simon Katich have guided Australia to a memorable nine-wicket victory in the third and decisive VB Series final against Sri Lanka at the Gabba.

Akhtar to miss tour

Pakistan speedster Shoaib Akhtar has been ruled out of the upcoming tour of Sri Lanka due to a serious ankle injury.

Cairns in retro jersey for last match

Chris Cairns will make his final appearance for New Zealand on Thursday night in the two-tone brown shirt made famous by his father

Under-19s start Plate bid

New Zealand failed to reach the Super League stage at the Under-19 World Cup in Sri Lanka but can still claim some silverware.

Tendulkar superb as India wins

Indian batting maestro Sachin Tendulkar produced a superb innings of 95 to guide his side to a five-wicket win over Pakistan in the third one-day international

McGrath for South African Tests?

Glenn McGrath may make a return to international cricket for the Test matches against South Africa in March.

Murali should go

Former Sri Lanka captain Arjuna Ranatunga has said star spinner Muttiah Muralitharan should make good of his threat to not tour Australia again because of repeated abuse from Aussies crowds.

Aussies win big

The best-of-three VB Series final will go to a decisive match at the Gabba on Tuesday after Australia steamrolled Sri Lanka by 167 runs in the second leg at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Sunday.

India level series

Yuvraj Singh has hit a sublime unbeaten 82 to guide India to a seven-wicket victory over Pakistan in the second one-day international in Rawalpindi.

Cairns claims four in Final

Outgoing State Canterbury Wizard Chris Cairns claimed four wickets as State Central Stags were restricted to 212 for eight in the State Shield final at Christchurch's QEII Park Village Green.

SCG key for Aussie

Australia and Sri Lanka both have reasons to feel confident about their chances of victory in the second final of the VB Series at the Sydney Cricket Ground on Sunday.

Under-19s set Plate challenge

New Zealand Under-19s will look to the Plate competition of the ICC World Cup after an eight-wicket defeat in their final Group A match against reigning champion Pakistan.

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