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To play 71 Tests for your country is no mean feat. And for this more than any other reason 38-year-old Chris Martin can be proud of himself.

During the course of his 109 in the tri-series opening encounter between West Indies and Sri Lanka, explosive Caribbean opener Chris Gayle became the third batsman in the history of one-day cricket to slam more than 200 sixes.

When Ramnaresh Sarwan entered the international scene back in 2000, he was anointed as the next big thing in West Indies cricket. And while he has done

India deservedly won the Champions Trophy in England, and did so in the absence of five key and highly experienced players who have been critical to India’s ODI success over the last decade.

The Champions Trophy was only seven editions old. Yet, at the beginning of this year’s event it was made clear that this would be the last Champions Trophy to be held. When a much-hyped tournament like this dies a sudden death, there must be a very strong reason behind it.

During his unbeaten innings of 84 from 81 balls against Australia at Kennington Oval on Monday, former Sri Lankan skipper Mahela Jayawardene became the eighth player to cross the 11,000-run mark in one-day internationals

Former England fast bowler Bob Willis has opened an old can of worms by alleging that the English bowlers may have been tampering with the ball. He made these claims after the umpires changed the ball

We often pay flowing tributes to players when they pass away, but such honour is rarely reserved for umpires, who have served the game with distinction.

During the course of England’s comprehensive victory over Australia on Saturday at Edgbaston, pace bowler James Anderson became England’s leading wicket-taker in one-day internationals, overtaking Darren Gough.