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Australian speed merchant Shaun Tait announces retirement

Cricket Australia has congratulated Shaun Tait on his contribution to cricket, after his retirement from the game today. Tait, 34, represented Australia in all three forms of the game, playing three Tests, 35 ODIs and 21 T20Is.

His final international appearance was in early 2016, in a T20 match against India at the SCG, whilst he made his ODI retirement in 2011.


Dhawan scores ton as India Red beat Blue in Deodhar Trophy opener

India discard Shikhar Dhawan's belligerent century helped India 'Red' register a 23-run win over India 'Blue' in the Deodhar Trophy opener at the ACA-VDCA cricket stadium, here on Saturday.

Dhawan's 122-ball 128 helped India 'Red' post a mammoth 327/8 after being sent in to bat by Harbhajan Singh. In reply, India 'Blue' could only muster 304 runs before being bowled out in 48.2 overs.


Australian Under-19 squad named for Sri Lanka series

Cricket Australia has today announced a 15-player squad to represent Australia Under 19s in a six-match series against Sri Lanka Under 19s in April in Tasmania. The series will involve one three-day match and five one-day matches, beginning on 8 April and concluding on 23 April, all played at Hobart’s Kingston Twin Ovals.

The squad - selected by the Youth Selection Panel - features two players who hold state rookie contracts, plus one player with Matador BBQs One-Day Cup experience, two who have played List A cricket and three who have played in the Toyota Futures League.


Kyle Coetzer Announced as Scotland Captain

Cricket Scotland has today announced that Kyle Coetzer has been handed the captaincy of the national side, with the experienced Con de Lange appointed as vice-captain.

Coetzer, one of Scotland’s most experienced players, was formally announced in the role for the second time after a spell as interim-captain in the squad’s recent tour to the United Arab Emirates in January.


Scotland To Host Zimbabwe for 2 ODIs in June

Scotland will host Zimbabwe in two One Day Internationals at The Grange, Edinburgh this summer as part of an action-packed fortnight of international cricket on home soil.

Following the Intercontinental Cup match with Namibia in Ayr (6th – 9th June) and the two 50 over World Cricket League Championship clashes with the same opponents at The Grange on Sunday 11th and Tuesday 13th June Scotland will head straight in to the two match ODI series with Zimbabwe.


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