Shivnarine Chanderpaul

The Warner era: Players adapting to changed cricket landscape

David Warner.

Will Brodie David Warner's barnstorming success at Test match level signals a landmark in cricket evolution. The modern cricket landscape is now so varied that it contains several, distinct types of player.


Mahela reaches milestone as Pakistan pushes for win

Sharjah Pakistan grabs prized wicket of Mahela Jayawardene to press for series-levelling win.

Jayawardene double leaves Bangladesh facing defeat

Sri Lanka's Mahela Jayawardene attempts a reverse sweep during his innings of 203 not out.

Dhaka Veteran Sri Lankan batsman becomes Test cricket's sixth-highest run-getter.


Great recent Adelaide Test matches

Adelaide Oval.

Matt Murnane The city of churches often produces big innings, massive turnarounds and thrillers which are decided in the final hour.

Kiwis finally sniff victory as Windies follow on

Kirk Edwards

Sean Martin New Zealand have two days to take eight wickets to secure their first Test win in more than a year after the West Indies were forced to follow on in Dunedin.


Double breakthrough leaves Windies teetering in Wellington

Corey Anderson and Darren Bravo

Corey Anderson underlined his value to New Zealand with a double breakthrough to leave the West Indies teetering after two days of the second Test in Wellington.


Denesh Ramdin leads late revival for West Indies in Hamilton

Denesh Ramdin

A fighting counter-attack led by Denesh Ramdin ensured the West Indies overcame a collapse to end the opening day of the third Test in a handy position against New Zealand.


West Indies' Denesh Ramdin scores century against New Zealand in third Test

Denesh Ramdin of the West Indies

The West Indies have managed to post a respectable score after collapsing to New Zealand early.


Ross Taylor steadies New Zealand after Darren Sammy's double breakthrough

Cricket ball

Ross Taylor's stunning summer with the bat shows no sign of abating after he made an unbeaten 56 to help steer New Zealand to safety after two days of the third Test against the West Indies.


Chanderpaul outruns Border

Shivnarine Chanderpaul

Veteran West Indies batsman overtakes Allan Border as the sixth-highest all-time run scorer.

Dramatic West Indies collapse puts New Zealand in sight of series win

Trent Boult

HAMILTON: Inspired by a devastating spell by Trent Boult, New Zealand engineered a stunning West Indies batting collapse to leave the hosts within sight of a series win in Hamilton.

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Windies collapse, leaving Kiwis in sight of win

Trent Boult celebrates with Kane Williamson after taking the wicket of West Indies one-drop Kieran Powell.

Hamilton Trent Boult inspires a stunning collapse to leave hosts in sight of series win.

Powell, Chanderpaul put Windies on top

Shivnarine Chanderpaul plays a shot during the first day of the first Test between Bangladesh and the West Indies

Dhaka Veteran and relative newcomer hit stubborn hundreds to give the West Indies a commanding start against Bangladesh.


Starc keeps Test hope alive as Copeland breaks down on steps

Mitchell Starc

Andrew Wu Mitchell Starc was outdone by his fellow NSW quicks but, unlike injured Trent Copeland, he has another chance to earn a recall for the second Test in Adelaide.


Bangladesh 2-45, chasing Windies Test win

Dhaka Bangladesh, needing 245 to win, were 2-45 at lunch on the fifth and final day in the first Test against the West Indies in Dhaka on Saturday.

Best bowls Windies to victory

Tino Best (right) celebrates with teammates Sunil Narine, Darren Sammy and Marlon Samuels after he dismissed Bangladesh captain Mushfiqur Rahim.

Dhaka Paceman grabs his maiden five-wicket haul to help West Indies beat Bangladesh by 77 runs in first Test.

The long goodbye: Ponting's retirement could trigger exodus of batting greats in autumn of careers

Sachin Tendulkar

RICKY Ponting's decision to retire could be the start of an exodus of other batting greats, including Indian maestro Sachin Tendulkar and South Africa's Jacques Kallis.

Over too soon: Ricky Ponting's last stand was short of runs but full of emotion

Ricky Ponting.

Chloe Saltau Ricky Ponting raised both arms to all parts of the WACA Ground and said farewell to cricket.

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Malcolm Knox

Fixation on age can't account for Mr Cricket's timeless excellence

Malcolm Knox

Malcolm Knox The Australian who first wore the nickname of Mr Cricket, Bill ''Fergie'' Ferguson, served as the Test team's scorer and baggage handler for almost half a century.

Clarke is world's best batsman

Michael Clarke

Sydney Australian captain reclaims top spot in the latest ICC Player Rankings for Test batsmen.