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Giles Clarke could be required to step down from the ECB board in April should new governance rules come in.

Sri Lanka captain Dinesh Chandimal said their Test series victory over Pakistan was helped by a maaniyo, or shaman. Nepal beat India in the Under-19 Asia Cup in Kuala Lumpur, bowling them out for 166 in pursuit of 186.

Mitchell Starc took a hat-trick at the end of both innings for New South Wales against Western Australia.

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England’s greatest batsmen – we asked 27 experts to name their top 5, and collated the results. There are some fascinating choices! The superb Simon Barnes, with the best turn of phrase in sports journalism, on England’s year so far. The feisty Jarrod Kimber on the state of play in Australian cricket. The elegant and massively under-rated David Townsend on Adelaide Oval. A lovely piece on the greatness of Dennis Lillee, by Simon Hughes. A forensic look at the problems at Sussex, by the man in the know, Bruce Talbot.