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Afghanistan 158 for 4 (Rahmat 56, Jamal 51, Chatara 2-18) beat Zimbabwe 154 ( Ervine 39, Rashid 5-24, Mujeeb 3-45) by six wicketsScorecard and ball-by-ball details Rashid Khan lets rip with an appeal AFP Rashid Khan claimed 5 for 24 – his third five-wicket haul in ODI cricket – to dismantle Zimbabwe for 154 in 34.3
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Toss South Africa won the toss and elected to bowl v India Live Scorecard and ball-by-ball details 3:51 Aiden Markram chose to bowl in the fifth ODI against India In chasing the series under cloudy skies, South Africa will also chase a target after Aiden Markram decided to give his bowlers first use of the
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Australia’s leading allrounder Ellyse Perry has joined a select group in becoming a multiple winner of the Belinda Clark award as the nation’s women’s cricketer of the year. With 116 votes, Perry finished comfortably ahead of her nearest challenger Beth Mooney, at the end of a season in which she was a pivotal part of
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With their professional careers on the line defending a middling total of 159, United Arab Emirates produced a stirring fightback with the ball in the second half of Oman’s innings, eventually defeating their desert rivals by 46 runs at Affies Park. Having chosen to bat first, UAE were banking on the selection of the extra
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Australia’s captain Steven Smith has crowned a rare year of Test match achievement with his second Allan Border Medal, taking out the most prestigious cricket award down under by a wide margin from his deputy David Warner and the spin bowler Nathan Lyon. Smith’s performances over the voting period also earned him the Test player-of-the-year
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Gerhard Erasmus‘ resilient half-century resurrected a faltering Namibia chase, lifting them from 65 for 7 to a thrilling two-wicket win in their pursuit of 166 against Oman at the Wanderers Sports Club. Oman seemed well on course to victory as Bilal Khan cut through Namibia’s batting order with his maiden List A five-for. But Erasmus
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Zimbabwe 333 for 5 (Taylor 125, Raza 92, Rashid 2-36) beat Afghanistan 179 (Dawlat 47*, Rahmat 43, Cremer 4-41, Chatara 3-24) by 154 runs Brendan Taylor plays the upper dab AFP Brendan Taylor‘s first century since returning to Zimbabwe in September last year underpinned a crushing 154-run win over Afghanistan in the second ODI in Sharjah.
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Victoria 371 (White 149, Winter 5-85) and 4 for 253 (Handscomb 114*, Mennie 2-40) beat South Australia 379 (Nielsen 105, Tremain 4-86, Boland 4-88) and 243 (Weatherald 62, Boland 4-41) by six wicketsScorecard Australia’s Test squad member Peter Handscomb hit form before heading to South Africa, scoring an unbeaten 114 off 127 balls to carry
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South Africa women 241 for 3 (du Preez 90*, Wolvaardt 59, van Niekerk 41*) beat India women 240 (Deepti 79, Krishnamurthy 56, Ismail 4-30, Tryon 2-48) by seven wickets Mignon du Preez hits through the leg side ICC/Getty Images India’s quest for a maiden bilateral series whitewash against South Africa was thwarted by the hosts with
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Match abandoned Kenya 83 (Rakep 16, Lungameni 3-6, Burger 2-16, Williams 2-19) v Namibia 15 for 0 in five overs Bernard Scholtz empties water off the covers as JJ Smit crouches in frustration over the falling rain Peter Della Penna Left-arm medium-pacer Tangeni Lungameni‘s List A career-best 3 for 6 propelled Namibia’s bowling attack to wipe
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Toss: India choose to bat v South AfricaLive scorecard and ball-by- ball details On a hard pitch expected to be good for strokeplay – the staple for limited-overs cricket at Wanderers, especially on Pink Day – India won the toss and opted to bat in search of their first ODI series win in South Africa.
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Melbourne Renegades 4 for 159 (Nabi 52, Finch 43, Hastings 2-24) beat Melbourne Stars 4 for 157 (Dunk 47, Pietersen 40) by six wicketsScorecard and ball-by-ball details Melbourne Renegades jumped to the top of the BBL points table, while Melbourne Stars hit rock bottom after suffering their fourth straight loss. The Renegades’
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New Zealand 315 for 7 (Williamson 115, Munro 58, Nicholls 50, Hasan 3-61) v PakistanLive scorecard and ball-by-ball details Kane Williamson chops one down to third man Getty Images If Pakistan didn’t know already, they found out the hard way that dropping Kane Williamson has serious consequences. Given a reprieve by Pakistan captain Sarfraz Ahmed when
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3:24 PM ET Peter Della PennaCricket Close Peter Della Penna is an American cricket journalist who also writes for ESPNcricinfo.com and DreamCricket.com. Since 2010, he has penned the USA entry in the Cricket Round the World section of the Wisden Cricketers’ Almanack.Follow Peter on Twitter @PeterDellaPenna USA’s senior side has accepted an invitation to play in the
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