* Hilfenhaus named replacement for tests (Adds quotes, details)
Sept 17 - Durham seam bowler Chris Rushworth took 15 wickets on Wednesday as Northants were bowled out twice in less than 3-1/2 hours on their way to an innings defeat.
SYDNEY, Sept 17 - Top order batsman Phil Hughes has replaced Michael Clarke in the Australia squad for next month's one-day international series against Pakistan after the Australia captain was ruled out by a hamstring injury.
WELLINGTON, Sept 17 - Former New Zealand cricket captain Martin Crowe has suffered a relapse of his cancer.
Sept 16 - Bangladesh collapsed to a 2-0 series defeat against West Indies, losing the second and final test by 296 runs with a day to spare on Tuesday.
Sept 16 (Infostrada Sports) - Scoreboard at close of play on the fourth day in the second and final Test between West Indies and Bangladesh on Tuesday in Gros Islet, St Lucia West Indies 1st innings 380 (S. Chanderpaul 84no, L. Johnson 66, K. Brathwaite 63) Bangladesh 1st innings 161 (M. Mahmudullah 53; K. Roach 5-42) West Indies 2nd innings (Overnight: 208-4) K. Brathwaite c Sh. Rahman b Mahmudullah 45 L. Johnson b T. Islam
KARACHI, Sept 16 - Experienced all-rounder Shahid Afridi was named captain of Pakistan's Twenty20 side on Tuesday, three years after he was removed from the post due to disciplinary issues.
SYDNEY, Sept 16 - Australia captain Michael Clarke has been ruled out of next month's one-day international series against Pakistan in the United Arab Emirates due to a hamstring injury and is doubtful for the test series to follow.
SYDNEY, Sept 16 - Australia has built an artificial pitch at the National Cricket Centre in Brisbane to help its batsmen deal with spin-bowling on the slow tracks of the subcontinent, where they have so often struggled in the past.
Sept 15 - West Indies piled on the misery for Bangladesh by ending the third day of the second test in Gros Islet, Saint Lucia, with a huge 427-run lead with six second innings wickets remaining.
Except for one very brief 28 day stint with the Cincinnati Reds in 1997, Pete Rose, Jr. has been chasing the major league dream for 27 years, playing or coaching over 2,000 games and wearing the uniform of 29 teams – in the US, Canada, Mexico, Nicaragua and Puerto Rico.