Controversial DRS to be used in 2015 ICC World Cup
Controversial DRS to be used in 2015 ICC World Cup

Cricket's world governing body, International Cricket Council (ICC) confirmed that the controversial Decision Review System (DRS) will be used during the ICC World Cup 2015.

Martin Guptill signs on for fresh Derbyshire stint
Martin Guptill signs on for fresh Derbyshire stint

New Zealand batsman Martin Guptill is to re-join Derbyshire as their overseas player for the early part of the 2015 season, the Midlands county announced.

Haris Sohail feels supernatural presence in his room in New Zealand
Haris Sohail feels supernatural presence in his room in New Zealand

Pakistan's promising young all-rounder Haris Sohail complained of supernatural presence in his hotel room in New Zealand, forcing the management to shift him to another room.

Daniel Vettori confident for World Cup after reaching milestone
Daniel Vettori confident for World Cup after reaching milestone

Daniel Vettori, who played his 280th ODI Sunday against Sri Lanka to become New Zealand's most capped player, Monday said he was feeling confident and fit ahead of the ICC Cricket World Cup that bowls off in Australia and New Zealand Feb 14.

'Virtual reality therapy improving lives of stroke survivors'

Stroke survivors might soon be able to go online to find a system to help improve their memories with virtual reality technology developed by New Zealand scientists.

ICC World Cup 2015 to showcase both elite and paupers
ICC World Cup 2015 to showcase both elite and paupers

Australia will look to become just the second team to win a World Cup final on their own soil when a tournament rich in sub-plots featuring serial under-achievers South Africa and Afghanistan`s fairytale debut starts next month.

Pakistan cricketers refuse to sign three-month extended contract
Pakistan cricketers refuse to sign three-month extended contract

Pakistan cricketers, who are currently touring New Zealand, have refused to sign the three-month extended contract that is given to them by the national cricket board (PCB).

Daniel Vettori becomes New Zealand's most capped ODI player
Daniel Vettori becomes New Zealand's most capped ODI player

Veteran left-arm spinner Daniel Vettori became New Zealand's most capped ODI cricketer as the hosts went in to bat first in the sixth one-day against Sri Lanka in Dunedin.

Kane Williamson's high scoring affair has become a regular phenomenon
Kane Williamson's high scoring affair has become a regular phenomenon

New Zealand star sensation Kane Williamson's success with the bat has been monumental and most of it all it has elevated the 24-year-old to a higher level in modern day cricket. Williamson scored 97 in the fifth ODI match against Sri Lanka to help New Zealand pocket the game and the series.

New Zealand beat Sri Lanka by 120 runs in 6th ODI, take series
New Zealand beat Sri Lanka by 120 runs in 6th ODI, take series

New Zealand wrapped up their one-day series against Sri Lanka with a game to spare Sunday when Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor orchestrated a 120-run win in game six.

Kane Williamson, Ross Taylor revive New Zealand against Sri Lanka
Kane Williamson, Ross Taylor revive New Zealand against Sri Lanka

Kane Williamson and Ross Taylor powered New Zealand from a rocky start to reach 315-8 after batting first in the sixth one-day international against Sri Lanka in Dunedin on Sunday

New Zealand to bat against Sri Lanka in 6th ODI

New Zealand won the toss and elected to bat first in the sixth one-day international against Sri Lanka in Dunedin on Sunday.

Injured Pakistan pacer Junaid Khan doubtful for ICC World Cup 2015
Injured Pakistan pacer Junaid Khan doubtful for ICC World Cup 2015

A thigh injury has ruled out Pakistan fast bowler Junaid Khan from the two forthcoming one-day clashes against New Zealand and raised a question mark over his World Cup participation.

New Zealand beat Sri Lanka by 108 runs in fifth ODI
New Zealand beat Sri Lanka by 108 runs in fifth ODI

A world-record partnership by centurions Luke Ronchi and Grant Elliott rescued New Zealand from an early collapse to ensure a commanding 360-5 in the fifth one-day international against Sri Lanka on Friday.

Bangladesh eye ICC World Cup quarter-finals
Bangladesh eye ICC World Cup quarter-finals

Bangladesh have set their sights on the quarter-finals of next month's cricket World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, the team's Sri Lankan coach said on Thursday.

Stop repeating errors, Jason Holder tells West Indies team mates
Stop repeating errors, Jason Holder tells West Indies team mates

West Indies captain Jason Holder has lashed his teammates for repeating basic errors and urged them to take more responsibility weeks away from the 50-over World Cup in Australia and New Zealand.

Sledging was worse two decades ago: Andrew Flintoff
Sledging was worse two decades ago: Andrew Flintoff

The ICC's recently-promised crackdown on sledging might make it seem that players are behaving badly more often right now but former England all-rounder Andrew Flintoff feels the on-field altercations were 10 times worse a couple of decades ago.

Volcanic eruption creates new island in Tonga
Volcanic eruption creates new island in Tonga

A volcanic eruption in Tonga has created a new substantial island since it began erupting last month.

Rahul Dravid endorses day-night Tests
Rahul Dravid endorses day-night Tests

Former Indian cricket captain Rahul Dravid Friday endorsed the idea of playing day/night Tests as a counter step to curb the ever shrinking spectator count in the longest form of the game.

Kane Williamson scores ton as New Zealand beat Sri Lanka by four wickets
Kane Williamson scores ton as New Zealand beat Sri Lanka by four wickets

New Zealand beat Sri Lanka by four wickets in a one-day international in Nelson on Tuesday to go 2-1 up in the seven match series.