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New laws are set to be introduced on mobile phones, counter terror and cricket... here's what you need to know

The new legislation will cover a multitude of things
Bristol Post

Armchair sports fans... let the games begin

armchair sports fans... let the games begin
The British and Irish Lions rugby union tour of New Zealand is reaching its climax while England’s cricket Test series against South Africa starts early next month.
MailOnline

Videos for Cricket

News video: Anil Kumble's role has been impeccable, there were perception issues: CoA Chief Vinod Rai

Anil Kumble's role has been impeccable, there were perception issues: CoA Chief Vinod Rai 01:15

Mumbai, June 24 (ANI): After Anil Kumble resigned as the coach of Indian Cricket Team, Committee of Administrators (CoA) Chief Vinod Rai stated that there were perception issues and professional..
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BBC leading the charge in Twenty20's TV revolution

bbc leading the charge in twenty20's tv revolution
LAWRENCE BOOTH: The coverage of English cricket is set to change forever this week when the ECB announces a new broadcast deal.
MailOnline

Mithali Raj sets unprecedented record, closes in on another

The Indian skipper notched up a seventh consecutive half-century, her 47th in ODIs - both now all-time records in women's cricket
CricBuzz

Highlights: England women fall short in valiant run chase

highlights: england women fall short in valiant run chase
Watch highlights as England fall short of their highest ODI chase, losing by 35 runs to India in their opening Women's World Cup match in Derby.
BBC Sport

Women's World Cup 2017: England fall short in valiant run chase against India

women's world cup 2017: england fall short in valiant run chase against india
Watch highlights as England fall short of their highest ODI chase, losing by 35 runs to India in their opening Women's World Cup match in Derby.
BBC News Also reported by •BBC Sport

Women's Cricket World Cup: Tournament hosts England beaten by India on opening day


talkSPORT

England beaten by India in Women's World Cup opener

england beaten by india in women's world cup opener
England were dealt a huge shock to start their Women's World Cup campaign when they were beaten by 35 runs by India at the 3aaa County Ground.The task of being set their highest run chase in one-day..
Derby Telegraph

Women's World Cup: Nat Sciver out after landmark DRS review

women's world cup: nat sciver out after landmark drs review
England's Nat Sciver is given out against India after the first DRS review in women's international cricket during the opening match of the 2017 Women's World Cup.
BBC Sport

Taulupe Faletau keeps hopes up despite Lions' loss to All Blacks in first Test

Taulupe Faletau has insisted the British and Irish Lions can fend off both the weight of history and the mighty All Blacks to win their Test series..
Sport.co.uk

Windies v Ind, 2nd ODI

Match is scheduled to start at 06:30 PM IST in Port of Spain, Trinidad, Windies.
CricBuzz

British and Irish Lions: Elliot Daly says Lions will need to be more clinical

british and irish lions: elliot daly says lions will need to be more clinical
British and Irish Lions winger Elliot Daly says his side will need to be more clinical if they are to turn around a 1-0 deficit in the Test series in New Zealand.
BBC Sport

Ford steps down as Sri Lanka coach

COLOMBO, Sri Lanka (AP) Graham Ford is stepping down as head coach of Sri Lanka's cricket team, ending his second spell in charge after 18 months.
FOX Sports

Tour alive, Lions problems all fixable - Gatland

British and Irish Lions coach Warren Gatland thinks the three-test series against New Zealand remains very much alive despite the disappointment of Saturday's 30-15 defeat in the opener.
SuperSport

The Derby cat made famous by the ICC Women's Cricket World Cup

the derby cat made famous by the icc women's cricket world cup
All eyes from across the world were on the 3aaa County Ground in Derby on Saturday morning, as the ICC Women's Cricket World Cup got under way. And, while big names from the England and India teams..
Derby Telegraph

ICC Women's Cricket World Cup: Thousands pile into Derby's 3aaa...

icc women's cricket world cup: thousands pile into derby's 3aaa...
Excited sports fans piled into Derby's 3aaa County Ground on the first day of the ICC Women's World Cup on Saturday morning. Indian drummers and stilted women donning extravagant red-and-white clothing..
Derby Telegraph

5 talking points from the first Lions Test in New Zealand

The British and Irish Lions' quest for a first Test series triumph against New Zealand since 1971 began in losing fashion at Eden Park..
Sport.co.uk

My efforts and energy went down the drain: Darren Bravo

The Windies batsman has once again expressed his desire to play Test cricket
CricBuzz

New Zealand beats British and Irish Lions 30-15 in 1st test

AUCKLAND, New Zealand (AP) Winger Rieko Ioane scored two tries in his first test start as New Zealand quelled a spirited performance from the British and Irish Lions to win the first test 30-15..
FOX Sports


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