Rain mars second day in India

India's second Test with England was ruined by the rain again on day two.

BLACKCAPS aiming to boost lead

Stephen Fleming and James Franklin will begin day three of the first Test against the West Indies at Eden Park hoping to establish a comfortable cushion for the BLACKCAPS.

Symonds should start

Andrew Symonds has trained strongly in Durban and appears set to return to Australia's XI for the fourth one-day international with South Africa on Friday.

Only 50 overs in India

South African-born batsman Kevin Pietersen scored a patient 64 as England reached 163-4 on a rain interrupted first day of the second Test against India.

How and Fulton set for Test debut

BLACKCAPS batsmen Jamie How and Peter Fulton will make their Test match debuts against the West Indies at Eden Park.

Ferns felled despite Drumm rescue effort

Emily Drumm¦s unbeaten 94 was the top score of the third One-Day International but the White Ferns fell to a three-wicket defeat to India at Lincoln¦s Bert Sutcliffe Oval.

Styris an Auckland Ace again

Scott Styris was the key figure as the BLACKCAPS recovered from a slow start on the opening day of the first Test against the West Indies in Auckland.

Aussies to tour Bangladesh

Australia's first full tour of Bangladesh in April will feature two Tests and three one-day internationals

Fielding guru leaves his mark

Fielding guru Mike Young says he is leaving the BLACKCAPS in healthy form for their forthcoming Test campaign.

Test debut prospect excites How

Jamie How has admitted the nerves will rise as his BLACKCAPS Test debut grows closer.

Martyn surprised

Damien Martyn admits that he was 'shocked' when learning of his recall to the Australian Test team.

Bond claims best-ever rankings haul

BLACKCAPS bowler Shane Bond cemented his place among the world¦s best by holding on to fourth place in the LG ICC ODI Rankings.

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