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  1. Stressed Trott takes another break

    Stressed Trott takes another break

    The England and Wales Cricket Board has confirmed batsman Jonathan Trott will take another lengthy break after a relapse of stress-related symptoms.

  2. Robson ready for Test arena: Rogers

    Robson ready for Test arena: Rogers

    Test opener Chris Rogers says cricketer Sam Robson is ready for an England call-up, although he'd rather see him playing for Australia.

  3. Aussie-born Robson aiming for England spot

    Aussie-born Robson aiming for England spot

    Australian-born Sam Robson is in contention for an England spot this summer and he knows the best way to get there is to impress for Middlesex.

  4. Aussie boosts England Test bid

    Aussie boosts England Test bid

    Australia-born Sam Robson has racked up 19 fours in his 278-ball innings for Middlesex at Lord's, boosting his credentials for an England Test spot.

  5. Batsman Klinger quits SA, joins WA

    Batsman Klinger quits SA, joins WA

    Batsman Michael Klinger has quit South Australia and will play for Western Australia next summer.

  6. PCB conditionally supports ICC reforms

    After abstaining from the February vote, Pakistan now supports proposed changes to the International Cricket Board.

  7. Harris, Rogers honoured by Wisden

    Harris, Rogers honoured by Wisden

    Australia paceman Ryan Harris and opening batsman Chris Rogers have been rewarded for their performances in the two recent Ashes series by being included as two of Wisden's Five Cricketers of the Year.

  8. Pietersen offered support to Trott

    Pietersen offered support to Trott

    Dumped England batsman Kevin Pietersen has backed troubled former teammate Jonathan Trott to recover his place in the England team.

  9. Selectors name Aust A squad

    Selectors name Aust A squad

    Test all-rounder hopefuls James Faulkner, Moises Henriques and Mitchell Marsh have been named in a 21-man preliminary Australia A squad.

  10. Women's T20 team show men the way

    Australia's women have won a record third straight World T20 title while their male counteparts have yet to win one.

  11. Sri Lanka beat India to win World T20

    Sri Lanka beat India to win World T20

    Dhaka (AFP) - Kumar Sangakkara hit a memorable half-century to help Sri Lanka to a six-wicket victory over India in the World Twenty20 final in Dhaka on Sunday.

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