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Clarke makes comeback in club match

SYDNEY (AP) Australia captain Michael Clarke made his comeback from injury Saturday, scoring 51 and batting for almost three hours in a Sydney club match before slamming media reports of a rift with teammates and Cricket Australia. (MORE)

New Zealand beat Pakistan by 7 wickets

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) Grant Elliott scored 64 not out and took 3-26 in an all-round performance which led New Zealand to a seven-wicket win over Pakistan with ten overs to spare in Saturday's first of two one-day games. (MORE)

England beat India by three wickets

PERTH, Australia (AP) James Taylor and Jos Buttler made half centuries in a 125-run partnership which steered England to a three-wicket win over India on Friday and into the final of cricket's one-day international tri-series. (MORE)

Graves nominated for ECB chairman post

LONDON (AP) The shake-up at the top of English cricket continued on Friday when Colin Graves was nominated for chairman of the England and Wales Cricket Board. (MORE)

Clarke to make return from injury

SYDNEY (AP) Australia captain Michael Clarke will take a step toward proving his fitness for the Cricket World Cup when he plays for Sydney club side Western Suburbs in a two-day match starting Saturday. (MORE)

Amir to return to domestic cricket

ISLAMABAD (AP) Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Amir can make a return to domestic cricket immediately after the International Cricket Council eased his five-year fixing ban which will end in September. (MORE)

Sri Lanka beat New Zealand by 34 runs

WELLINGTON, New Zealand (AP) Injury-stricken Sri Lanka gained a morale boost ahead of the World Cup by beating New Zealand by 34 runs in Thursday's last match of the seven-game one-day series. (MORE)

South Africa beat Windies by 131 runs

CENTURION, South Africa (AP) Hashim Amla and Rilee Rossouw both smashed centuries in a record stand as South Africa thumped the West Indies by 131 runs in a rain-affected fifth one-day international on Wednesday. (MORE)

Smith wins Allan Border Medal

SYDNEY (AP) Fast bowler Sean Abbott, who bowled the bouncer that resulted in the death of batsman Phil Hughes, has been named Australia's young cricketer of the year. (MORE)

Pakistan suffer back-to-back losses

CHRISTCHURCH, New Zealand (AP) Despite Misbah ul-Haq and Umar Akmal showing some batting form ahead of next month's Cricket World Cup, Pakistan suffered back-to-back losses to a President's XI at the start of its New Zealand tour. (MORE)

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