November 30, 2015 1:56 PM  Cricket

Not guilty verdict in Cairns trial

Former New Zealand all-rounder Chris Cairns has been cleared of perjury and perverting the course of justice.

Cricket news

Cricket, Latest news update:


England sealed a Super Over victory against Pakistan to secure a clean sweep in their T20 series in the UAE.

West Indies spinner Sunil Narine has been suspended from bowling in international cricket due to an illegal action.


Australia held their nerve to seal a 2-0 series win over New Zealand thanks to a three-wicket victory in Adelaide.

New Zealand's Ross Taylor says video umpire Nigel Llong got it wrong when not giving Australian Nathan Lyon out in the third Test.

Jos Buttler says he enjoyed the responsibility of captaining England for the first time in their narrow T20 win over Pakistan.

Australia fast bowler Mitchell Starc will not bowl in the first day-night Test with New Zealand after picking up an injury.

Hampshire's director of cricket Giles White has confirmed captain James Vince is in contention to feature in Australia's T20 Big Bash.

Sam Billings hit a superb half-century to help England pick up a 14-run win over Pakistan to take the lead in the Twenty20 series.

India are closing in on a series victory after a crazy second day of the third Test with South Africa in which 20 wickets fell.

Australia captain Steve Smith and New Zealand counterpart Brendon McCullum are both excited to play in the first day-night Test.

Eoin Morgan claims England's limited overs side will continue to "push boundaries" and play bold cricket ahead of the World T20.

Northamptonshire head coach David Ripley says the club have "high hopes" for the returning South African batsman Richard Levi.

Ben Stokes has backed Ian Bell to come back stronger after missing out on a place in England's Test squad for the tour of South Africa.

Australia's Peter Siddle recognises the threat posed by New Zealand's Kane Williamson and has plans to try and dismiss him in Adelaide.

South Africa captain Hashim Amla has confirmed that bowler Dale Steyn is likely to miss the third Test against India due to injury.

Kevin Pietersen feels he still has an outside chance of playing for England and would like a definitive ruling on his future.



Cricket archives