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Late Bangladesh wickets leave 2nd test vs. NZ evenly poised

CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand (AP) Bangladesh spinner Shakib Al Hasan took three wickets within eight balls late in Sunday's play to send New Zealand to stumps on day two at 260-7 in its first innings, leaving the second test at Hagley Oval evenly poised. (MORE)

South Africa beats Sri Lanka by 19 runs in 10-over match

CENTURION, South Africa (AP) South Africa continued its test-winning form against Sri Lanka with a 19-run victory on Friday in the first Twenty20, which was reduced to 10 overs per side due to rain. (MORE)

Revamped Bangladesh makes 289 on day one of 2nd test vs. NZ

CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand (AP) Tim Southee and Trent Boult took nine wickets between them on Friday as New Zealand bowled out Bangladesh for 289 on the opening day of the second test at Hagley Oval. (MORE)

New Zealand wins toss, bowls vs. Bangladesh in 2nd test

CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand (AP) New Zealand won the toss and elected to bat against Bangladesh in the second cricket test at Hagley Oval on Friday. (MORE)

India hit 381 and beat England by 15 runs in 2nd ODI

CUTTACK, India (AP) India won a thrilling second one-day international and the series only after running out England captain Eoin Morgan in the penultimate over on Thursday. (MORE)

Smith & Handscomb star in Australia's 7-wicket victory

PERTH, Australia (AP) Captain Steve Smith notched an unbeaten century and debutante Peter Handscomb scored 82 in Australia's emphatic seven-wicket victory in the third one-day international against Pakistan on Thursday. (MORE)

Australia-Pakistan Scoreboard

PERTH, Australia (AP) Scoreboard Thursday at the end of third one-day international between Australia and Pakistan at the Melbourne Cricket Ground: (MORE)

Heyhoe Flint, 1st global star of women's cricket, dies at 77

LONDON (AP) Rachael Heyhoe Flint, who became a figurehead for women's cricket after captaining England to World Cup glory, has died. She was 77. (MORE)

AB de Villiers to miss NZ test series but not retiring

JOHANNESBURG (AP) AB de Villiers will sit out South Africa's test cricket series in New Zealand but the batsman insists he has no intention of retiring from the longest format of the game. (MORE)

Mushfiqur Rahim released from hospital after bouncer scare

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) Bangladesh captain Mushfiqur Rahim was released from hospital after being admitted for precautionary tests when he was for struck on the head by a bouncer on the final day of the first cricket test against New Zealand on Monday. (MORE)