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Bangalore's Indian Premier League play-off hopes ended on Sunday with a nine-run defeat to the Deccan Chargers .
South Africa have reached the World Cup quarter-finals with an emphatic 131-run victory over Ireland, who have been eliminated.
South Africa levelled their one-day international series with India with a 48-run victory by the Duckworth/Lewis method at Port Elizabeth.
If ever a player has seen his stock rise dramatically in a short space of time then look no further than Jean-Paul Duminy.
Albie Morkel hit a match-winning 40 off just 18 balls as South Africa beat Australia in a thrilling finish to the first ODI in Melbourne.
Australia chased down a target of 158 to beat South Africa by six wickets in Brisbane and clinch the Twenty20 series 2-0.
JP Duminy still expects to be dropped for the final Test against Australia despite his century at The MCG.
South Africa captain Graeme Smith has welcomed the return to England colours of Andrew Flintoff at Headingley.
South Africa have handed central contracts to four newcomers in their submitted list for next season.
Morne Morkel has been rewarded for his recent form with selection in South Africa's Test squad for the tour of Pakistan.
Former England cricketers Mike Atherton and David Lloyd say Sky Sports Living for Sport is playing a vital role in improving the lives of young people.
Heather Knight says England Women are determined to prove a point to Australia in this summer's new multi-format Ashes.
Ian Smith said New Zealand played well enough to beat England at Lord's before their vulnerability resurfaced in a shocking fourth innings collapse.
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