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West Indies win the toss and elect to bowl
West Indies skipper Chris Gayle has won the toss and decided to bowl first against South Africa at the Sir Viv Richards Stadium in Antigua more

South Africa cruise to dour 13 run victory
South Africa cruised to a comprehensive 13 run victory against the West Indies in a dour game devoid of any excitement at an almost empty Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua more

Kallis leads the way for South Africa
Jacques Kallis scored a superb half century to help South Africa reach 136-7 against the West Indies at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua more

West Indies win the toss, Proteas bat first
West Indies skipper Chris Gayle has won the toss and decided to bat first against South Africa in the first of two Twenty20 Internationals at the Viv Richards Stadium more

Historic Kiwi series reduced to two games
The opening game of New Zealand’s historic three game Twenty20 series against Sri Lanka in Florida has been cancelled by the United States cricket board more

New Zealand confirm historic US T20 series
The New Zealand Cricket Board has confirmed they will play an historic three game Twenty20 International series against Sri Lanka in the United States in May more

Zimbabwe fight back to stun the West Indies
The West Indies miserable run of Twenty20 International defeats continued after they were comprehensively beaten by Zimbabwe at the Queen's Park Oval in the Port of Spain despite the visitors suffering an horrific batting display more

Benn rips through Zimbabwe top order
Zimbabwe’s first Twenty20 International in 16 months turned into a Caribbean nightmare against the West Indies as Sulieman Benn ripped through the top order taking four wickets at the Queen's Park Oval in the Port of Spain more

Zimbabwe win the toss and elect to bat first
Zimbabwe skipper Propser Utseya has won the toss and elected to bat first against the West Indies in their one off Twenty20 International at the Queen's Park Oval in Port of Spain more

New Zealand clinches dramatic super over win
New Zealand claimed an incredible victory over Australia beating the Aussies in a super over on a night of incredible drama at the AMI Stadium in a game which saw 428 runs plundered and Brendon McCullum score a breath taking century more

Kiwis and Aussies tie incredible game
Michael Clarke and Cameron White stunned the Kiwis scoring 11 runs from the final over to earn a tie despite chasing a mammoth total of 215 after Brendon McCullum smashed an incredible 116 runs from just 56 balls to cap a thrilling game at the AMI Stadium more

McCullum hits stunning century for Kiwis
Brendon McCullum became just the second player to hit a Twenty20 International century as he smashed an incredible 116 runs from just 56 balls to help New Zealand reach 214-6 against Australia at the AMI Stadium more

Kiwis win the toss and elect to bat first
New Zealand skipper Daniel Vettori has won the toss and elected to bat first in tonight’s Twenty20 international against Australia at the AMI Stadium in Christchurch more

Hussey and Clarke steer Aussies to victory
Australia’s new found confidence in Twenty20 cricket was on display once again after a 6 wicket victory over New Zealand at the Westpac Stadium in Wellington with Mitchell Johnson claiming three wickets more

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