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City freedom for cricket star D’Oliveira

Image copyright Getty Images Image caption Basil D'Oliveira, fondly known as Dolly, represented England in 44 Test matches Cricket legend Basil D'Oliveira is to be posthumously awarded the freedom of the city of Worcester.

BBC – TMS and Tailenders go head-to-head in star-studded cricket event – Media Centre

Can the ex-England heroes come out of retirement to beat the eager amateurs?

T20 Blast: Worcestershire Rapids maintain perfect start and holders Notts Outlaws win again

Worcestershire Rapids maintained their perfect start with a third T20 Blast in as many games while holders Notts Outlaws recorded back-to-back wins.

Andy Carter: Worcestershire sign former Northants, Derbyshire and Nottinghamshire bowler

Worcestershire have signed ex-Northants and Nottinghamshire bowler Andy Carter on a six-week contract.

Dinesh Chandimal ball-tampering: Sri Lanka captain banned for one Test

Sri Lanka captain Dinesh Chandimal has been banned for one Test for ball-tampering against West Indies.

Eoin Morgan: ‘England not finished article after Scotland defeat’

Captain Eoin Morgan said that England are "not the finished article" in one-day cricket after their six-run defeat by Scotland in Edinburgh.

County Championship: Alastair Cook hits 58 as Essex respond against Lancashire

England Test opener Alastair Cook kept himself in good form with a fourth first-class half-century of the summer to help county champions Essex rally against Lancashire at Old Trafford.

India captain Sunil Chhetri in plea to fans after only 2,569 watch cup game

Sunil Chhetri has played 99 games for IndiaIndia captain Sunil Chhetri has taken matters into his own hands after only 2,569 fans came to watch their most recent game.

David Warner & Cameron Bancroft: Banned batsmen to play in Darwin Strike League

Cameron Bancroft (left) and David Warner (right) were banned by Cricket Australia, along with Steve SmithBanned Australia batsmen David Warner and Cameron Bancroft are set to play in a limited-overs tournament in Darwin during July.

Ed Joyce: Ireland batsman announces retirement

Ed Joyce batting during the recent Test match against Pakistan, which was his final match for IrelandRecord-breaking Ireland international batsman Ed Joyce has announced his retirement from all forms of cricket.


India women lose 2nd T20 to England; concede series

GUWAHATI: The Indian women’s cricket team lost by 5 wickets to England in the second T20 International to concede a series-deciding 0-2 lead here Thursday.