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8:00pm – New Zealand women’s score highest ever ODI total
New Zealand captain Suzie Bates smashed 151 as the White Ferns made 490 for four – the highest ever total in all ODIs – against Ireland in Dublin.
Maddy Green hit an enterprising 121 as New Zealand set a daunting target on Friday.
Read the report here.
6:00pm – South Africa relaunch T20 league
Cricket South Africa announced a new T20 league in place of the failed T20 Global League. South Africa’s original plan of a T20 league, announced last year, failed to take off following numerous logistical and commercial issues.
South Africa hope to have the tournament in November-December this year and have teamed up with broadcaster SuperSport to launch the league.
For more, click here.
2:49pm – Mixed results at The Oval for Australian Aboriginal XI squads against Surrey
2018 Aboriginal XI squads had mixed results on Thursday at The Oval as part of their 1868 commemoration tour with the women’s squad going down to Surrey by 36 runs before the men’s squad survived a late fightback to defeat the Surrey XI by five runs.
Read all about it HERE
1:22pm – Sachin Tendulkar says Under 19 selection important milestone for his son Arjun
18-year old Arjun is a tall left-arm fast bowler and a handy middle-order batsman. He has trained under former India fast bowler Subroto Banerjee, his father’s close friend.
Arjun has bowled at the India nets in the recent past while also taking part in a camp for fast bowlers organised by the BCCI at Dharamsala.
Read what Scahin has to say HERE.
11:15am – Australia off to winning start on tour of England thanks to Marcus Stoinis century
Marcus Stoinis’ century guided Australia to an underwhelming 57-run victory over Sussex as they returned to action for the first time since March’s ball-tampering scandal.
Stoinis pressed his claims for Australia’s number three slot for the five-match one-day series against England by blasting a pivotal 110 at Hove.
A tepid Australia performance will have frustrated new head coach Justin Langer and skipper Tim Paine however, with Sussex’s inaccurate batting blowing the chance for a famous victory.
To read the full match report click HERE
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