- Massive total put NZ on top against Bangladesh
A terrific 339-run sixth-wicket stand between Martin Guptill and Brendon McCullum put the hosts firmly in the driver's seat on the second day of the one-off Test at Seddon Park.
Both batsmen came agonisingly close to maiden double-centuries, before falling to an inspired Rubel Hossain spell soon after drinks in the second session, and New Zealand later declared with a massive total.
Bangladesh started their innings in smashing form, with Tamim Iqbal looking comfortable against the New Zealand bowlers, but the visitors still face a mountain to climb.
( source : http://www.cricinfo.com/nzvbdesh2010/content/current/story/448456.html )
- Ganguly, Leander Paes cheer India at Eden
Among the third day audience of the second Test between India and South Africa were two of Kolkata's favourite sons - Sourav Ganguly and Leander Paes - cheering for the home team.
- IPL now shifts two Deccan games to Cuttack
The twists and turns continued in the Chargersversus IPL battle after the decision to withdraw Hyderabad and Vishakapatnam as venues for the event in view of the Telangana agitation in the state of Andhra Pradesh.
On Monday the IPL had relocated the Chargers' home matches to Mumbai and Nagpur. But now two matches were shifted yet again, the one against Kings XI Punjab on March 19 and Delhi Daredevils on March 21.
- PCB asks J Miandad to coach Pakistan