Jaques joins Aussies

New South Wales opener Phil Jaques has been added to Australia's one-day international squad for the series against South Africa.

BLACKCAPS continue rankings rise

The BLACKCAPS' success against the West Indies has propelled them back into the top three of LG ICC One-Day International Rankings.

Sri Lanka hit back

Kumar Sangakkara has belted an impressive century to guide Sri Lanka to a comfortable 78-run victory over Bangladesh at Chittagong Divisional Stadium and a 2-1 win in their one-day series.

Smith boosts Proteas

South African captain Graeme Smith gave his side a boost for both its one-day and Test series' with Australia when hitting an unbeaten 119 to win the first one-day international

No revenge agenda for confident White Ferns

White Ferns captain Haidee Tiffen is not out for revenge from India in the One-Day International series against India beginning this week.

Taylor set for BLACKCAPS bow

State Central Stags' Ross Taylor is set to make his BLACKCAPS debut this week after his promotion to the squad ahead of the final two One-Day Internationals of The National Bank Series against the West Indie

Proteas take first blood

South Africa has recorded a two-run victory over Australia in the tour-opening Twenty20 international at Wanderers Stadium in Johannesburg.

Ponting has faith

Australian captain Ricky Ponting believes the inclusion of Michael Hussey and Andrew Symonds into the Australian side for the opening one-day international in Centurion will make a massive difference.

England have worries in India

England is facing an injury crisis in India and has put players on stand by before the first Test starts next week.

BLACKCAPS bat first in crucial ODI

Stephen Fleming will set the pace at Jade Stadium and will lead the BLACKCAPS into bat first against the West Indies in the third National Bank Series One-Day International.

Skipper focuses on series win

Stephen Fleming makes his 250th BLACKCAPS appearance in his home town of Christchurch today hoping to put The National Bank Series beyond the West Indies¦ reach.

Astle thrives on home turf

Nathan Astle again prospered on home soil with an unbeaten 118 as the BLACKCAPS set the West Indies a target of 276 for six at Christchurch's Jade Stadium to save The National Bank Series.

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