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  • South Africa A v England Lions
  • Lions slip behind after De Bruyn's 161
  • Jan 19, 2015: Temba Bavuma and Theunis de Bruyn are expected to represent South Africa against England later this year and they were to the fore after the shine went off the new ball and the Lions' bowling was largely spent

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  • Warner defends use of 'speak English' in Rohit spat
  • Jan 19, 2015: David Warner has defended his use of the words "speak English" during an on-field squabble with Rohit Sharma during Sunday's ODI at the MCG, but has been fined 50% of his match fee over the incident

  • England
  • Flintoff pulls on an England shirt
  • Jan 18, 2015: Five-and-a-half years after he last bowled for England, as they regained the Ashes at The Oval in 2009, Andrew Flintoff was running in wearing an England shirt

  • South Africa A v England Lions
  • Rashid and Lyth keep Lions in the hunt
  • Jan 18, 2015: South Africa A took the honours on the opening day in Bloemfontein after making the most of early movement, but Adam Lyth and Adil Rashid did help England Lions fight back

  • South Africa v West Indies
  • De Villiers sets breathtaking new century record
  • Jan 18, 2015: AB de Villiers ripped up the record books with the fastest century in ODIs, off just 31 balls to beat the previous quickest set by Corey Anderson off 36 balls little more than a year ago

  • Australia v India
  • Starc sets up second Australia tri-series win
  • Jan 18, 2015: On a day when Australia and India each had a dominant opener - Rohit Sharma made 138 and Aaron Finch 96 - the difference between the sides was Mitchell Starc

  • England
  • Flintoff joins old team-mates for nets session
  • Jan 17, 2015: Andrew Flintoff has certainly fulfilled a few job descriptions during his spell in Australia and the latest role for him has come after an invitation to join England's training session in Brisbane on Sunday

  • England
  • Ballance suffers fractured finger
  • Jan 17, 2015: England batsman Gary Ballance has suffered a fractured finger in Australia but is expected to be fit for the World Cup. There will not be an additional batsman called into the squad for the on-going tri series

  • England
  • England defeated despite Morgan ton
  • Jan 16, 2015: The difference between Australia and England was that David Warner's 127 at the top of the order set the tone for the hosts, whereas Eoin Morgan's 121 served merely to add a veneer of respectability to the tourists' tally

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  • Surrey sign world No.1 batsman Sangakkara
  • Jan 16, 2015: Kumar Sangakkara, the world's No. 1 Test batsman, has agreed a two-year deal with Surrey although how much he plays in 2015 will not be confirmed until Sangakkara makes a decision over his Test future

  • England
  • Morgan rules out Pietersen return
  • Jan 15, 2015: Eoin Morgan has quashed Kevin Pietersen's fanciful hopes of an England recall, insisting his promotion as one-day captain does not change a thing

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  • Clarke lined up as first ECB president
  • Jan 14, 2015: Giles Clarke will be put forward as the first president of the ECB, after the governing body signalled a proposed change to its constitution

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  • Trott double-ton confirms appetite
  • Jan 14, 2015: Jonathan Trott scored a double-century after 647 minutes of batting in 40-degree heat for England Lions against South Africa A

  • Prime Minister's XI v England
  • Bell 187 sets up England victory
  • Jan 14, 2015: Ian Bell will enter the one-day tri-series in outstanding form after his 187 set up victory for England in their final warm-up match against the Prime Minister's XI in Canberra

  • South Africa A v England Lions, Paarl, 3rd day
  • 'Machine' Trott back in working order
  • Jan 13, 2015: Jonathan Trott marked his return to representative cricket with an unbeaten 176, batting for nine hours

  • Australia news
  • Agnew angers Australia with claim they let down Hughes
  • Jan 13, 2015: Chris Rogers has brushed off accusations from the English commentator Jonathan Agnew that Australia's players failed to honour Phillip Hughes by maintaining their hard-nosed game in the Test series against India

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