John Mehaffey

Pakistan will not drop players without proof

Pakistan will not suspend any players being investigated for alleged corruption without proof, Pakistan Cricket Board chairperson has said.

Rugby: Gulf between hemispheres yawns wide

Prior to the inaugural 1987 World Cup, European nations crossed the equator in the infrequent expeditions of the amateur rugby union era with understa

Wisden commemorates golden English summer

On the evidence of the 2009 English summer, international cricket is healthy in its homeland even if its prognosis elsewhere remains uncertain.

Ramsamy recalls bitter battles with rugby boards

In the film <em>Invictus</em> former president Nelson Mandela narrowly wins grudging approval from the administrators to retain the Springbok emblem.

Inventor of Hawk-Eye defends technology

South Africa cricket coach Mickey Arthur has become the latest prominent figure in the sport to express reservations about the Hawk-Eye technology.

England regain the Ashes at jubilant Oval

England regained the Ashes with a sweeping 197-run victory over Australia in the fifth Test at the Oval on Sunday.

Flintoff bowls England to victory at Lord’s

England all-rounder Andrew Flintoff celebrated his final test at Lord's by bowling England to their first Ashes victory at the ground in 75 years.

Romance embraces rugby in new book series

Billionaire Alejandro D'Arienzo is blessed with a brooding beauty. He is gorgeous and ruthless, and his lips curl into sneers of savage amusement.

Umpire Hair resigns from ICC umpires panel

Controversial umpire Darrell Hair has resigned from the International Cricket Council's elite umpires panel, an ICC spokesperson said on Friday.

Vaughan quits as England’s most successful captain

Michael Vaughan stepped down as England captain on Sunday with the timing that finally deserted him on the field but with his reputation intact.

SA edge closer to draw at Lord’s

South Africa stubbornly defied the England bowlers again in the opening session of the final day of the first Test at Lord's on Monday.

Bell completes eighth Test century

Ian Bell completed his eighth Test century on Friday in a significant innings for himself and his team on the second day of the first Test against SA.

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