Riki Wessels - son of former South African skipper Kepler - has stepped in to replace Dwayne Smith for the Sydney Sixers in the Big Bash League.
Sport News Update, what you need to know.
Australian coach Darren Lehmann had plenty to worry about after a disastrous first day of the second Test against India, including another poor over rate.
New Australian Test skipper Steve Smith has endured one of the great bad days at the office in the second Test clash with India at the Gabba.
Melbourne Stars' marquee man Kevin Pietersen is not expecting a hostile reception from the Adelaide crowd in the opening game of the Big Bash League.
Rohan Dennis is set to join fellow Australian Jack Bobridge in attempting cycling's fabled hour record next year.
Former Pakistan cricket boss Nasim Ashraf has lamented the negligence which led to two star bowlers being suspended for illegal actions.
Adam Ashley-Cooper will join Bordeaux after next year's rugby union World Cup, the French side has announced.
New Zealand have won the fourth one-day international against Pakistan by seven runs, levelling the series.
South Africa have enjoyed a promising first day of the first Test against the West Indies, with senior duo Hashim Amla and AB de Villiers starring.

AFL Suns have much to learn: Eade

New Gold Coast coach Rodney Eade says his players have the right attitude, but simply do not know enough about what is needed for AFL success.

Black Caps-Pakistan ODI going ahead

New Zealand said they'd be guided by what the Pakistan cricketers feel is most appropriate ahead of their fourth ODI held after the Peshawar massacre.

Hazlewood off field at Gabba

Rookie quick Josh Hazlewood has been forced from the field late on day one of the second Test against India at the Gabba.
Australian coach Darren Lehmann has Shane Warne in his sights after the legendary leggie described Mitchell Starc as "soft" in the second Test.
St George Illawarra coach Paul McGregor says it hurts him just as much as disillusioned Dragons fans to see Brett Morris in Canterbury colours.
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