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Gujarat take 359 run lead in Irani Trophy

Gujarat took a mammoth 359-run lead posting 227-8 in their second innings against Rest of India on the third day of their Irani Trophy match at the Brabourne Stadium on Sunday. Chirag Gandhi (55 not out) and Hardik Patel (0) were at the crease when the stumps were drawn for the day.

Earlier, the Ranji champions bowled out for 226 the Rest of India who managed to add only 20 runs to their overnight score.


Rain washes out third day of New Zealand - Bangladesh Test

An incessant downpour washed out the third day of an evenly poised second cricket Test match between Bangladesh and New Zealand here on Sunday.

Play was called off at the Hagley Oval without a ball being bowled due to the heavy rain, which had also cut short the final session on the second day. The fourth day's play has been rescheduled to begin half hour early on Monday.


David Boon, Matthew Hayden and Betty Wilson inducted into Australian Cricket Hall of Fame

Two of Australia’s greatest top-order batsmen, David Boon and Matthew Hayden, and the brilliant women’s all-rounder Betty Wilson will be inducted into the Australian Cricket Hall of Fame (ACHoF) at the 2017 Allan Border Medal ceremony in Sydney on 23 January.

ACHoF chairman Mr Peter King today announced that Boon, Hayden and Wilson were the selection committee’s choice for induction this year. 


Gaja, Patel put Gujarat on top in Irani Trophy

Gujarat's Chintan Gaja and Hardik Patel shared six wickets between them to reduce the Rest of India (ROI) side to 206/9 after the second day's play at the ongoing Irani Trophy ended at the Brabourne Stadium on Saturday. Tailenders Pankaj Singh (7 not out) and Mohammed Siraj (8 not out) were at the crease when the stumps were drawn for the day.

Barring skipper Cheteshwar Pujara (86) and Maharashtra opener Akhil Herwadkar (48), the ROI batting failed drastically in their pursuit of overhauling Gujarat's first innings score of 358.


West Indies skipper Jason Holder focused on team unity

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Test captain Jason Holder says one of his main goals is to transform the West Indies into a tightly knit unit and believes this will be the catalyst for any turnaround in the struggling team's fortunes.

The Caribbean side has endured a torrid time in Test and One-Day International (ODI) cricket over the last decade and are currently ranked eighth and ninth respectively in the formats.


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