March 9 - Marlon Samuels blasted an unbeaten 69 off just 46 balls to spur West Indies to an easy 27-run victory over England in their first Twenty20 international at Kensington Oval in Barbados on Sunday.
March 9 - West Indies beat England by 27 runs in the first Twenty20 international in Barbados on Sunday. West Indies 170-3 (20 overs, M.Samuels 69 not out, C.Gayle 43); England 143-9 (20 overs, T.Bresnan 47 not out, S.Badree 3-17) (Compiled by Julian Linden, editing by Ed Osmond)
March 9 - West Indies made 170 for three from their 20 overs in the first Twenty20 international against England in Barbados on Sunday.
PORT ELIZABETH, South Africa, Mar 9 - Torrential rain forced the abandonment of the first Twenty20 match between South Africa and Australia without a ball being bowled at St George's Park on Sunday.
March 8 - Lahiru Thirimanne returned to torment Pakistan again as in-form Sri Lanka lifted the Asia Cup title after their comprehensive five-wicket victory in the final on Saturday.
March 8 - Sri Lanka beat Pakistan by five wickets to win the Asia Cup at Mirpur's Shere Bangla National Stadium on Saturday.
CAPE TOWN, March 7 - A hamstring injury will keep South African fast bowler Dale Steyn of out of the first two Twenty20 internationals against Australia in the next week, Cricket South Africa said.
March 7 - The momentum Australia have gained from the recent hard-fought win against South Africa will carry the team to their maiden World Twenty20 title in Bangladesh, test captain Michael Clarke said on Friday.
CAPE TOWN, March 7 - From bar room brawler to test match troubadour, cricketing bad boy David Warner has made a swift transition into one of the sport's extraordinary talents and brought a new dynamism to opening the batting in tests.
MELBOURNE, March 7 - The resounding thud of South Africa's fall on home soil capped an intriguing season of test cricket that has seen the establishment rocked and an ambitious Australia return to court with a swagger.
First Jacques Kallis retired. Then Graeme Smith called it quits. In between, South Africa lost a Test series against Australia, their first at home since the 2008-09 season. What stares the Proteas in the face now, however, is a far bigger challenge than just replacing two great cricketers.