Sunday Apr 19 22:38 AEST
The West Indies have held on for a draw. (AFP)
Jason Holder played the innings of his life to lead the West Indies to safety with three wickets in hand in the first Test against England.

Gary Ballance celebrates his century. (AFP)
Gary Ballance was delighted to bounce back from his torrid World Cup against the West Indies.

Aaron Finch. (Supplied)
Aaron Finch looks set to sit the rest of the IPL season out after scans confirmed a hamstrung injury.

David Warner. (Supplied)
David Warner blazed a half-century and took a stunning catch to spearhead Hyderabad in the IPL.

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