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This week's highlights (Dec 28 - Jan 03, 2016)

International Cricket | January 03, 2015

The ECB is shocked and saddened to hear of the death of Matthew Hobden, the 22-year-old Sussex bowler, and offers its deepest sympathy to his family, friends and team-mates.

Source: WCCC

International Cricket | January 03, 2015

Hobden was found dead in a private property to the west of Forres on the Moray coast near Inverness on Saturday, a Police Scotland spokesman said.

Source: BBC Sports

International Cricket | January 03, 2015

Sri Lanka’s World Cup-winning former captain Arjuna Ranatunga suffered an embarrassing loss along with his brother Nishantha as Thilanga Sumat-hipala was elected President of the country’s Cricket Board here today.

Source: Daily Excelsior

International Cricket | January 01, 2015

I recently watched Mohammad Amir in the Bangladesh Premier League. I think he is the same bowler he was five years ago. He is quite fit and the pace and swing he has is the same when he left.

Source: Cricket Australia

International Cricket | December 31, 2015

Richie McCaw has joined an elite group of individuals after being bestowed New Zealand's most senior honour for outstanding service to his country.

Source: TV NZ

International Cricket | December 31, 2015

With 2015 being a World Cup year, naturally the team of the year would be world champions Australia but a special mention has to go to the Tigers that finally roared.

We at Cricket365 look at the year of each international teams and rate them out of 10.

Source: Cricket 365

International Cricket | December 31, 2015

We continue to look at how the internationals teams performed in 2015. India were up and down, Pakistan built up a solid Test unit and Afghanistan came out of their shell but sadly two stalwarts left the international game.

Source: Cricket 365

International Cricket | December 30, 2015

Laxmi Ratan Shukla, the 34-year old skipper of the Bengal team, called time on his almost 18-year long career. The decision comes in the wake of Bengal’s premature exit in the recently concluded Vijay Hazare Trophy, where the team didn’t go beyond the round robin stage.

Source: Cricket News World

International Cricket | December 29, 2015

Why 2015 was a promising year for Pakistan's female athletes

Maria Toor’s dream homecoming, Bismah Maroof's all-round show and the golden girls of Pakistan's Powerlifting team provided for some of the best storylines of 2015. Here's a look at the Pakistani sportswomen who made headlines...

Source: Dawn

International Cricket | December 28, 2015

Martin Guptill explodes with record-breaking 30-ball 93, New Zealand beat Sri Lanka with 41 overs to spare

New Zealand came up with a ruthless display in the 2nd ODI at Christchurch against Sri Lanka, romping home with 10 wickets and 41.4 overs in hand, the sixth quickest chase in ODI history, to take a significant upper hand in the 5-match ODI series being played.

Source: Sportskeeda