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Firstpost.com
World Cup 2015: Australia will sledge but Dhoni won't care
Since the last World Cup, India have played Australia 16 times in Australia. They have won just two of those games, one T20 and one ODI on the 2012 tour. They have been in Australia since November last year. In that time they could not beat ...
 Firstpost.com2 days ago
Himalayan times
Gayle plans T20 assault
WELLINGTON: Chris Gayle intends to keep playing international cricket with his eyes on the 2016 World Twenty20 but admitted his back injury will sideline him from next month’s Test series against England. The 35-year-old Jamaican hit a typically ...
 Himalayan times4 days ago
Firstpost.com
World Cup semi-final: Australia are going to sledge but Mahendra Singh Dhoni won't care
Since the last World Cup, India have played Australia 16 times in Australia. They have won just two of those games, one T20 and one ODI on the 2012 tour. They have been in Australia since November last year. In that time they could not beat ...
 Firstpost.com1 day ago
Gayle eyes 2016 World T20
WELLINGTON: Chris Gayle intends to keep playing international cricket with his eyes on the 2016 World Twenty20 but admitted his back injury will sideline him from next month's Test series against England. The 35-year-old Jamaican hit a typically ...
 Gulf Daily News4 days ago
Gayle to miss England series, eyes World T20
WELLINGTON (New Zealand) Chris Gayle intends to keep playing international cricket with his eyes on the 2016 World Twenty20 but admitted his back injury will sideline him from next month's Test series against England. The 35-year-old Jamaican hit ...
 Oman Tribune4 days ago
AFP - Cricket-WC-2015-WIS-Gayle
Cricket-WC-2015-WIS-Gayle Contributed by NAMPA / AFP. Cricket: Gayle rules out retirement, plans World T20 assault Wellington, March 22, 2015 (AFP) - Chris Gayle intends to keep playing international cricket with his eyes on the 2016 World ...
 Namibia Press Agency5 days ago
Gayle not to quit, plans T20 assault
WELLINGTON — Chris Gayle intends to keep playing international cricket with his eyes on the 2016 World Twenty20 but admitted his back injury will sideline him from next month's Test series against England. The 35-year-old Jamaican hit a ...
 Saudi Gazette5 days ago
The Express Tribune
Squashing retirement talks: Gayle plans World T20 assault
WELLINGTON: Chris Gayle intends to keep playing international cricket with his eyes on the 2016 World Twenty20 but admitted his back injury will sideline him from next month's Test series against England. The 35-year-old Jamaican hit a typically ...
 The Express Tribune5 days ago
Voges gone but WA stand strong in Shield
Gayle rules out retirement, plans World T20 assault March 22, 2:30 pm Aussie Jones in the hunt at Palmer golf March 22, 1:47 pm Eels coach defends medical staff March
 Yahoo!Xtra5 days ago
Gayle rules out retirement, plans World T20 assault
Chris Gayle intends to keep playing international cricket with his eyes on the 2016 World Twenty20 but admitted his back injury will sideline him from next month's Test series against England. The 35-year-old Jamaican hit a typically flamboyant ...
 Yahoo Philippines News5 days ago
World Cup 2015: Chris Gayle rules out retirement, plans World T20 assault
Chris Gayle intends to keep playing international cricket with his eyes on the 2016 World Twenty20 but admitted his back injury will sideline him from next month's Test series against England.
 DNA5 days ago
Chris Gayle rules out retirement, plans World T20 assault
Wellington, Mar 22: Chris Gayle intends to keep playing international cricket with his eyes on the 2016 World Twenty20 but admitted his back injury will sideline him from next month's Test series against England. Match Scorecard ; Report ; ...
 Oneindia5 days ago
DAWN Group
Gayle won't quit, plans World T20 assault
WELLINGTON: Chris Gayle intends to keep playing international cricket with his eyes on the 2016 World T20 but admitted his back injury will sideline him from next month's Test series against England. The 35-year-old Jamaican hit a typically ...
 DAWN Group4 days ago
How 11 men killed the choke jinx…
So South Africa finally broke the 23-year-old jinx of not winning a single knockout match in either the ODI or T20 World Cup. The current team got together and gave such a brutal performance that the choke jinx was shattered. And it was quite a jinx t ...
 Sify1 week ago
ICC World Cup 2015: Australia to tune up for World T20 by playing South Africa
Australia will prepare for the 2016 World Twenty20 in India with a three-match Twenty20 series in South Africa early next year.
 Zee News2 weeks ago
Australia to tune up for World T20 by playing South Africa
Sydney, March 13 (IANS): Australia will prepare for the 2016 World Twenty20 in India with a three-match Twenty20 series in South Africa early next year. The series will be squeezed in between Australia's Test tour of New Zealand in February and the World T20 ...
 Daiji World2 weeks ago
World Cup 2015: At MCG, India showed they can blow away any side, says Albie Morkel
Having represented South Africa in the World T20, Morkel has lived with the pressure of shedding the chokers' tag once and for all. NEW DELHI: Out of favour South African all-rounder Albie Morkel says India's hammering of the Proteas at the MCG demonstrated ...
 Economic Times1 month ago
World Cup 2015: Bails That Cost More Than An iPhone
Remember the ICC T20 championship semi-finals, where Dhoni was made an offer that if his team won the championship he would be gifted a cricket bail as a souvenir, but could not avail to it. So, it’s a bail that is what is gifted to a captain? Before ...
 Silicon India1 month ago
Fone Arena
Google Search now offers Cricket World Cup 2015 videos, highlights and more
Google introduced Google Now cards for Cricket last year during ICC World T20. You might have noticed new Google Now cards related to ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 if you had searched for it or added a cricket team in Google Search. Today Google has announced ...
 Fone Arena1 month ago
First Post.com
World Cup: India may have lost, but our cricket fans have finally grown up
The 2015 world cup was different from the others in many ways. First, the fans were not desperate for a win. Over the past six years, MS Dhoni and his men had won almost every ICC trophy on offer—the World Cup, T-20, Champion’s Trophy. In the mind of the ...
 First Post.com9 hours ago
Rediff.com
'Heartbroken' fans accept end of India's reign
Indian cricket fans watch the semi final of World Cup match between India and Australia at R City Mall in Mumbai. Photograph: Nimish Sabnis/Solaris Images India's notoriously volatile fans showed rare maturity in accepting the end of their team's reign as world champions after Thursday's semi-final defeat against co-hosts Australia in Sydney. Let's not make 50-over game like a T20, says Dhoni PHOTOS: Blues overpowered Golds at SCG, but it wasn't enough! The defending champions struggled during ...
 Rediff.com17 hours ago
Cape Times
ICC mull rule change to help bowlers
Sydney - The highlight reels at the World Cup have been running hot with batsman smashing balls all over cricket stadiums in Australia and New Zealand. Teams and individuals have been racking up record totals and the crowd have loved it, whooping ...
 Cape Times1 day ago
Cricket-ICC to consider new ODI rules to help bowlers
By Julian Linden SYDNEY, March 26 (Reuters) - The highlight reels at the World Cup have been running hot with batsman smashing balls all over cricket stadiums in Australia and New Zealand. Teams and individuals have been racking up ...
 Reuters Africa1 day ago
Shah Rukh Khan and team Fan roots for India in semi-final match
Like millions of Indians today, Shah Rukh Khan too is glued to the TV set, watching the India-Australia semi-final match of the ICC World Cup being played in Sydney. King Khan who just wrapped up the shooting schedule of Fan in Dubrovnic, ...
 Apun Ka Choice1 day ago
First Post.com
India may have lost at the World Cup, but our cricket fans have finally grown up
The 2015 world cup was different from the others in many ways. First, the fans were not desperate for a win. Over the past six years, MS Dhoni and his men had won almost every ICC trophy on offer—the World Cup, T-20, Champion’s Trophy. In the mind of the ...
 First Post.com13 hours ago
The last 2 overs that dashed South Africa's dreams
New Zealand batsman Grant Elliott (R) celebrates with teammate Daniel Vettori (L) following their win as South African bowler Dale Steyn sits dejected during the Cricket World Cup semi-final match between New Zealand and South Africa at Eden Park in ...
 ABP Live3 days ago
First Post.com
India may have lost a World Cup semi-final, but our cricket fans have finally grown up
The 2015 world cup was different from the others in many ways. First, the fans were not desperate for a win. Over the past six years, MS Dhoni and his men had won almost every ICC trophy on offer—the World Cup, T-20, Champion’s Trophy. In the mind of the ...
 First Post.com14 hours ago
Maine bola tha India jeetega and 9 other things Indian fans say
1) Ye match to fixed hai They say cricket is a game of uncertainties. The Indian fan, however, disagrees. Any uncertain or out-of-the-blue event is declared by many of us as match-fixing. Too many sixes in an over because the batsman is in the ...
 Hindustan Times3 days ago
DAWN Group
ICC to consider new ODI rules to help bowlers
SYDNEY:The highlight reels at the World Cup have been running hot with batsman smashing balls all over cricket stadiums in Australia and New Zealand. Teams and individuals have been racking up record totals and the crowd have loved it, whooping ...
 DAWN Group1 day ago
Cricket: ICC to consider new ODI rules to help bowlers
SYDNEY: The highlight reels at the World Cup have been running hot with batsman smashing balls all over cricket stadiums in Australia and New Zealand. Teams and individuals have been racking up record totals and the crowd have loved it, whooping ...
 Economic Times1 day ago
ICC World Cup 2015: ICC to consider new ODI rules to help bowlers
SYDNEY: The highlight reels at the World Cup have been running hot with batsman smashing balls all over cricket stadiums in Australia and New Zealand. Teams and individuals have been racking up record totals and the crowd have loved it, whooping and ...
 ZeeNews.com1 day ago
Firstpost.com
World Cup 2015: ICC to consider new ODI rules to help ...
The highlight reels at the World Cup have been running hot with batsman smashing balls all over cricket stadiums in Australia and New Zealand. Teams and individuals have been racking up record totals and the crowd have loved it, whooping and ...
 Firstpost.com1 day ago
Rediff.com
ICC considering new ODI rules to help bowlers?
In the previous 10 World Cups, no batsmen had ever scored a double century and only once had a team cracked the magical 400-run barrier. In 2015, two batsmen, Chris Gayle (215) and Martin Guptill (237 not out) scored double hundreds. And the 400-run barrier has been broken three times. 'One of the things we might look at is allowing an extra fielder out of the ring in the last 10 overs' Check out the number of fielders inside the circle during the 2015 World Cup semi-final ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago
ICC to consider new ODI rules
Sydney - The highlight reels at the Cricket World Cup have been running hot with batsman smashing balls all over cricket stadiums in Australia and New Zealand. Teams and individuals have been racking up record totals and the crowd have loved it, ...
 News241 day ago
Bangladesh Daily Star
Who says Gayle's going?
Chris Gayle intends to keep playing international cricket with his eyes on the 2016 World Twenty20 but admitted his back injury will sideline him from next month's Test series against England. The 35-year-old Jamaican hit a typically flamboyant ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star5 days ago
Dhoni's bat is the most expensive one
New Delhi: Days before India play Australia in a World Cup semi-final at Sydney, the iconic bat of Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni with which he hit the winning six in the 2011 World Cup final has been put on display at Bengali Market here. ...
 ABP Live5 days ago
ICC World Cup 2015 Australia vs India: …
Pacers like Mohammed Shami have thrived under MS Dhoni's captaincy at the World Cup As Team India prepare to lock horns with Australia at the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) in the second semi-final of the ICC World Cup 2015, many feel that this match ...
 Yahoo! India2 days ago
Gayle rules out retirement
Wellington - Chris Gayle intends to keep playing international cricket with his eyes on the 2016 World Twenty20 but admitted his back injury will sideline him from next month's Test series against England. The 35-year-old Jamaican hit a typically ...
 News245 days ago
NDTV
Indian Captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni's World Cup-Winning Bat on Display
MS Dhoni signing the bat he used in 2011 finals IANS New Delhi: Days before India play Australia in a World Cup semi-final at Sydney, the iconic bat of Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni with which he hit the winning six in the 2011 World Cup ...
 NDTV5 days ago
Dhoni's World Cup-winning bat on display
New Delhi, March 22 Days before India play Australia in a World Cup semi-final at Sydney, the iconic bat of Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni with which he hit the winning six in the 2011 World Cup final has been put on display at Bengali Market ...
 ProKerala.com5 days ago
PardaPhash
CWC 2015: Chris Gayle rebuffs retirement rumours
Wellington: West Indies's most flamboyant batsman Chris Gayle, after his team's defeat against New Zealand in ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 quarterfinal at Wellington on Saturday, he has made it clear that he hasn't retired from any form of the game ...
 PardaPhash5 days ago
Sydney Morning Herald
Gayle rules out international retirement
Chris Gayle intends to keep playing international cricket with his eyes on the 2016 World Twenty20, but admitted his back injury will sideline him from next month's Test series against England. The 35-year-old Jamaican hit a typically flamboyant ...
 Sydney Morning Herald5 days ago
Sydney Morning Herald
ICC Cricket World Cup 2015: West Indies batsman Chris Gayle rules out retirement
Chris Gayle intends to keep playing international cricket with his eyes on the 2016 World Twenty20, but admitted his back injury will sideline him from next month's Test series against England. The 35-year-old Jamaican hit a typically flamboyant ...
 Sydney Morning Herald5 days ago
Cricket: Gayle rules out retirement, …
Chris Gayle intends to keep playing international cricket with his eyes on the 2016 World Twenty20 but admitted his back injury will sideline him from next month's Test series against England. The 35-year-old Jamaican hit a typically flamboyant ...
 Yahoo! India5 days ago
Gayle rules out retirement (AFP)
Gayle rules out retirement - The West Australian Chris Gayle intends to keep playing international cricket with his eyes on the 2016 World Twenty20, but admitted his back injury will sideline him from next month's Test series against England. ...
 West Australian5 days ago
New Age Bangladesh
Gayle rules out retirement plans
West Indies batsman Chris Gayle enjoys a leisure period at the Sydney Opera House on Sunday. — New Age photo Chris Gayle intends to keep playing international cricket with his eyes on the 2016 World Twenty20 but admitted his back injury will ...
 New Age Bangladesh4 days ago
Dhoni's 2011 World Cup-winning bat on display
News24 Bureau New Delhi: The iconic bat of Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni with which he hit the winning six in the 2011 World Cup final has been put on display at Bengali Market in the national capital. The bat entered the Guinness World ...
 News24online5 days ago
Oneindia
MS Dhoni's World Cup-winning bat on display
New Delhi, March 22: Days before India play Australia in a World Cup semi-final at Sydney, the iconic bat of Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni with which he hit the winning six in the 2011 World Cup final has been put on display at Bengali Market ...
 Oneindia5 days ago
Rediff.com
Is South Africa a one man army?
South Africa has been perennial favourites ever since they returned to the international fold but it hasn’t helped them AB de Villiers of South Africa bats during the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup match. Photograph: Matt King/Getty Images With the 2015 ODI World Cup coming to Australia-New Zealand, one of the best teams in the sport returned to the point of their most famous undoing. That semi-final in Sydney, that ridiculous rain-rule, those 22 runs needed off 1 ball against England ...
 Rediff.com1 week ago
Rediff.com
2019 WC in England set to be 10-team format: Richardson
Image: Dave Richardson. Photograph: Scott Barbour/Getty Images ICC's Chief Executive Officer Dave Richardson today said that the game's governing body is all set to prune the number of teams from 14 to 10 for the next Cricket World Cup, scheduled to be held in England in 2019. There is a possibility that the ICC World T20 will be made a 16-team event which would encourage some of the lower rung teams to get a taste of competitive cricket. The World Cup, as never before on Rediff.com ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago
Rediff.com
At MCG, India showed they can blow away any side: Morkel
Indian players celebrate after winning the game against South Africa. Photograph: Scott Barbour/Getty Images Out of favour South African all-rounder Albie Morkel says India's hammering of the Proteas at the MCG demonstrated that the defending champions are capable of blowing any team away in the World Cup and big-ticket ICC events bring out the best in them. Even though Morkel was on a holiday, he did manage to catch up with Sunday’s game. "Of course I did (watch the game) and the ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago
Rediff.com
Concentrate on bowling stump-to-stump, Prasad tells Indian pacers
Ishant Sharma of India celebrates taking the wicket of South Africa's Henry Davids. Photograph: Duif du Toit/Gallo Images/Getty Images Former India seamer and bowling coach Venkatesh Prasad wants the struggling pace trio of Umesh Yadav, Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Mohammed Shami to concentrate on bowling "stump-to-stump" without trying too many variations in upcoming Cricket World Cup, starting February 14. India open their campaign against arch-rivals Pakistan at Adelaide on February 15. "You just ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
World Cup will cement ODI game's standing: ICC
"ODI cricket is strong in a number of countries. We've just seen a series recently in South Africa where there were full houses and you get good crowds in India and in most parts of the world," said Richardson, who has worked at the last three tournaments in ...
 Jagran Post1 month ago
David Richardson believes ICC Cricket World Cup will cement ODI game’s standing
5, which will be co-hosted by Australia and New Zealand for the first time since 1992, the ICC Chief Executive David Richardson has outlined his favourite ICC Cricket World Cup memories and his hopes for the competition, which starts on February 14. Mr ...
 Sportskeeda.com1 month ago
Rediff.com
Bowlers hold key to India's WC success, says Bhajji. Do you agree?
- 'India are strong contenders to get into semi-final along with Australia, New Zealand and South Africa' - 'Rohit is a class player and if he gets going at the top of the order, then he also has the ability to single-handedly win matches for India' Bhuvneshwar Kumar and Ishant Sharma go through the grind during a Team India nets session. Photograph: Scott Heavey/Getty Images India's batting line-up led by Virat Kohli can chase any total on a given day but bowlers need to stand up and be ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago
Rediff.com
India's World Cup bowling attack a worry: Azharuddin
Mohammed Shami of India appeals successfully for the wicket of Steve Smith of Australia during day four of the fourth Test match. Photograph: Matt King/Getty Images Former captain Mohammad Azharuddin said that even though India's 15-man squad for the upcoming World Cup looks balanced, the bowling attack does seem to pose a worry for the Virat Kohli-led team. "It is a balanced team, but my only worry is bowling. With the way they have bowled in Australia (in Test series) has not done well.
 Rediff.com2 months ago
World Cup semi-final: Australia will sledge but Mahendra Singh Dhoni won't care
Since the last World Cup, India have played Australia 16 times in Australia. They have won just two of those games, one T20 and one ODI on the 2012 tour. They have been in Australia since November last year. In that time they could not beat ...
 Firstpost.com2 days ago
Firstpost.com
World Cup semi-final: Australia will sledge but Dhoni ...
Since the last World Cup, India have played Australia 16 times in Australia. They have won just two of those games, one T20 and one ODI on the 2012 tour. They have been in Australia since November last year. In that time they could not beat ...
 Firstpost.com2 days ago
Afternoon Despatch & Courier
Gayle rules out retirement, plans World T20 assault
Wellington: Chris Gayle intends to keep playing international cricket with his eyes on the 2016 World Twenty20 but admitted his back injury will sideline him from next month's Test series against England. The 35-year-old Jamaican hit a typically ...
 Afternoon Despatch & Courier4 days ago
Pakistan Observer
Gayle rules out retirement, plans World T20 assault
- Wellington—Chris Gayle intends to keep playing international cricket with his eyes on the 2016 World Twenty20 but admitted his back injury will sideline him from next month's Test series against England. The 35-year-old Jamaican hit a ...
 Pakistan Observer4 days ago
Gayle rules out retirement, plans World T20 assault
Chris Gayle intends to keep playing international cricket with his eyes on the 2016 World Twenty20 but admitted his back injury will sideline him from next month's Test series against England. Definitely want to play the T20 World Cup next year for ...
 The Hindu4 days ago
Gayle rules out retirement, plans World T20 assault
Chris Gayle intends to keep playing international cricket with his eyes on the 2016 World Twenty20 but admitted his back injury will sideline him from next month's Test series against England. The 35-year-old Jamaican hit a typically flamboyant ...
 The Echo Of India5 days ago
Rediff.com
Gayle rules out retirement, plans World T20 assault
Chris Gayle. Photograph: Hannah Peters/Getty Images Chris Gayle intends to keep playing international cricket with his eyes on the 2016 World Twenty20 but admitted his back injury will sideline him from next month's Test series against England. The 35-year-old Jamaican hit a typically flamboyant 33-ball 61 as West Indies slumped to a crushing 143-run defeat to New Zealand in the World Cup quarter-finals on Saturday with many in the game expecting Gayle to end his rollercoaster relationship ...
 Rediff.com5 days ago
Gayle rules out retirement, plans World T20 assault
(AFP) / 22 March 2015 Gayle admitted his back injury will sideline him from next month's Test series against England. ...
 Khaleej Times5 days ago
Gayle rules out retirement, plans World T20 assault
Wellington: Chris Gayle intends to keep playing international cricket with his eyes on the 2016 World Twenty20 but admitted his back injury will sideline him from next month's Test series against England. The 35-year-old Jamaican hit a typically ...
 News Today5 days ago
Daily Mirror Sri Lanka
Gayle rules out retirement, plans World T20 assault
Chris Gayle intends to keep playing international cricket with his eyes on the 2016 World Twenty20 but admitted his back injury will sideline him from next month's Test series against England. The 35-year-old Jamaican hit a typically flamboyant ...
 Daily Mirror Sri Lanka5 days ago
Gayle rules out retirement, plans World T20 assault
Wellington, Mar 22 (AFP) Chris Gayle intends to keep playing international cricket with his eyes on the 2016 World Twenty20 but admitted his back injury will sideline him from next month's Test series against England. The 35-year-old Jamaican hit a ...
 Press Trust of India5 days ago
Gayle rules out retirement, plans World T20 assault
ep playing international cricket with his eyes on the 2016 World Twenty20 but admitted his back injury will sideline him from next month's Test series against England. The 35-year-old Jamaican hit a typically flamboyant 33-ball 61 as West Indies slumped to a ...
 Business Standard5 days ago
Gayle rules out retirement, plans World T20 assault
Wellington (AFP) The 35-year-old Jamaican hit a typically flamboyant 33-ball 61 as West Indies slumped to a crushing 143-run defeat to New Zealand in the World Cup quarter-finals on Saturday with many in the game expecting Gayle to end his ...
 Look Local5 days ago
Citizen.co.za
Gayle rules out retirement, plans World T20 assault
Chris Gayle intends to keep playing international cricket with his eyes on the 2016 World Twenty20 but admitted his back injury will sideline him from next month's Test series against England. Wellington (AFP) The 35-year-old Jamaican hit a ...
 Citizen.co.za5 days ago
Gayle rules out retirement, plans World T20 assaul ...
Listen Wellington Chris Gayle intends to keep playing international cricket with his eyes on the 2016 World Twenty20 but admitted his back injury will sideline him from next month's Test series against England. The 35-year-old Jamaican hit ...
 Gulf Time UAE5 days ago
Muscat Daily
Gayle rules out retirement, plans World T20 assault
The 35-year-old Jamaican hit a typically flamboyant 33-ball 61 as West Indies slumped to a crushing 143-run defeat to New Zealand in the World Cup quarter-finals on Saturday with many in the game expecting Gayle to end his rollercoaster relationship ...
 Muscat Daily5 days ago
World Cup 2015: Chris Gayle rules out retirement, plans World T20 assault
Chris Gayle intends to keep playing international cricket with his eyes on the 2016 World Twenty20
 INooz5 days ago
Gayle rules out retirement, plans World T20 assault
Gayle said he was looking forward to working with former international all-rounder Phil Simmons. WELLINGTON (AFP) - Chris Gayle intends to keep playing international cricket with his eyes on the 2016 World Twenty20 but admitted his back injury ...
 Dunya News5 days ago
Chris Gayle rules out retirement, plans World T20 assault
Wellington, Mar 22: Chris Gayle intends to keep playing international cricket with his eyes on the
 INooz5 days ago
Gayle rules out retirement, plans World T20 assault
The 35-year-old Jamaican hit a typically flamboyant 33-ball 61 as West Indies slumped to a crushing 143-run defeat to New Zealand in the World Cup quarter-finals on Saturday with many in the game expecting Gayle to end his rollercoaster relationship with the ...
 Jagran Post5 days ago
The Freepress Journal
Chris Gayle rules out retirement, plans World T20 assault
11:05 am Wellington : Chris Gayle intends to keepplaying international cricket with his eyes on the 2016 World Twenty 20 but admitted his back injury will sideline him from next month's Test series against England.The 35-year-old ...
 The Freepress Journal5 days ago
Chris Gayle rules out retirement, plans World T20 assault
Wellington, Mar 22: Chris Gayle intends to keep playing international cricket with his eyes on the 2016 World Twenty20 but admitted his back injury will sideline him from next month's Test series against England. Match Scorecard; Report; Semi-final schedule; ...
 One India5 days ago
Chris Gayle rules out retirement, plans World T20 assault
Wellington, Mar 22: Chris Gayle intends to keep playing international cricket with his eyes on the 2016 World Twenty20 but admitted his back injury will sideline him from next month's Test series against England. Match Scorecard; Report; Semi-final schedule; ...
 One India5 days ago
Gayle rules out retirement, plans World T20 assault
WELLINGTON, March 22, 2015 (BSS/AFP) - Chris Gayle intends to keep playing international cricket with his eyes on the 2016 World Twenty20 but admitted his back injury will sideline him from next month's Test series against England. The 35-year-old ...
 Bangladesh Sangbad Sangstha5 days ago
Arabstoday.net
Gayle rules out retirement, plans World T20 assault
Wellington - Arab Today Chris Gayle intends to keep playing international cricket with his eyes on the 2016 World Twenty20 but admitted his back injury will sideline him from next month's Test series against England. The 35-year-old Jamaican hit ...
 Arabstoday.net5 days ago
Gayle rules out retirement, plans World T20 assault
West Indies batsman Chris Gayle plays a shot during the Cricket World Cup quarter-final … Former international all-rounder Phil Simmons will take over as West Indies coach … Chris Gayle intends to keep playing international cricket with his ...
 Yahoo! Singapore5 days ago
Gayle rules out retirement, plans World T20 assault (AFP)
AFP Enlarge photo Wellington (AFP) - Chris Gayle intends to keep playing international cricket with his eyes on the 2016 World Twenty20 but admitted his back injury will sideline him from next month's Test series against England. The ...
 Yahoo!Xtra5 days ago
Yahoo! News Australia
Gayle rules out retirement, plans World T20 assault (AFP)
Wellington (AFP) - Chris Gayle intends to keep playing international cricket with his eyes on the 2016 World Twenty20 but admitted his back injury will sideline him from next month's Test series
 Yahoo! News Australia5 days ago
Yahoo! News Australia
Gayle rules out retirement, plans World T20 assault
Wellington (AFP) - Chris Gayle intends to keep playing international cricket with his eyes on the 2016 World Twenty20 but admitted his back injury will sideline him from next month's Test series
 Yahoo! News Australia5 days ago
Yahoo! News Australia
Gayle rules out retirement, plans World T20 assault (AFP)
Wellington (AFP) - Chris Gayle intends to keep playing international cricket with his eyes on the 2016 World Twenty20 but admitted his back injury will sideline him from next month's Test series
 Yahoo! News Australia5 days ago
Australia to tune up for World T20 by playing South Africa
Sydney, March 13 (IANS) Australia will prepare for the 2016 World Twenty20 in India with a three-match Twenty20 series in South Africa early next year.
 News Chennai Online2 weeks ago
Australia to tune up for World T20 by playing South Africa
Australia will prepare for the 2016 World Twenty20 in India with a three-match Twenty20 series in South Africa early next year.
 Zee News2 weeks ago
Australia to tune up for World T20 by playing South Africa
Australia will prepare for the 2016 World Twenty20 in India with a three-match Twenty20 series in South Africa early next year. The series will be squeezed in between Australia's Test tour of New Zealand in February and the World T20 in India, which starts on ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago
Australia to tune up for World T20 by playing South Africa
Australia will prepare for the 2016 World Twenty20 in India with a three-match Twenty20 series in South Africa early next year.The series will be squeezed in between Australia's Test tour of New Zealand in February and the World T20 in India, which starts on ...
 Prokerala2 weeks ago
Sportskeeda.com
Australia to tune up for World T20 by playing South Africa
Australia will be playing three T20’s against South Africa before the World Cup next yearSydney, March 13 (IANS) Australia will prepare for ...
 Sportskeeda.com2 weeks ago
ICC to consider new ODI rules to help bowlers
By Julian Linden SYDNEY (Reuters) - The highlight reels at the World Cup have been running hot with batsman smashing balls all over cricket stadiums in Australia and New Zealand. Teams and individuals have been racking up record ...
 Reuters Africa1 day ago
Daily News South Africa
ICC mull rule change to help bowlers
Sydney - The highlight reels at the World Cup have been running hot with batsman smashing balls all over cricket stadiums in Australia and New Zealand. Teams and individuals have been racking up record totals and the crowd have loved it, whooping ...
 Daily News South Africa1 day ago
ICC to consider new ODI rules to help bowlers
Teams and individuals have been racking up record totals and the crowd have loved it, whooping and cheering every time another ball is dispatched into the stands. With the benefits of bigger bats and smaller boundaries, the world's best batsmen ...
 Bdnews24.com1 day ago
ICC to consider new ODI rules to help …
SYDNEY (Reuters) - The highlight reels at the World Cup have been running hot with batsman smashing balls all over cricket stadiums in Australia and New Zealand. Teams and individuals have been racking up record totals and the crowd have loved it, ...
 Yahoo! India1 day ago
ICC to consider new ODI rules to help bowlers
Teams and individuals have been racking up record totals and the crowd have loved it, whooping and cheering every time another ball is dispatched into the stands. With the benefits of bigger bats and smaller boundaries, the world's best batsmen have been ...
 Jagran Post1 day ago
Cricket-ICC to consider new ODI rules to help bowlers
3:05pm IST SYDNEY, March 26 (Reuters) - The highlight reels at the World Cup have been running hot with batsman smashing balls all over cricket stadiums in Australia and New Zealand. Teams and individuals have been racking up record totals ...
 Reuters India1 day ago
ICC to consider new ODI rules to help bowlers
By SYDNEY (Reuters) - The highlight reels at the World Cup have been running hot with batsman smashing balls all over cricket stadiums in Australia and New Zealand. Teams and individuals have been racking up record totals and the crowd have loved ...
 Yahoo! UK and Ireland1 day ago
Times Live South Africa
ICC to consider new ODI rules to help bowlers
The highlight reels at the World Cup have been running hot with batsman smashing balls all over cricket stadiums in Australia and New Zealand. Teams and individuals have been racking up record totals and the crowd have loved it, whooping and ...
 Times Live South Africa1 day ago
ICC to consider new ODI rules to help bowlers
Teams and individuals have been racking up record totals and the crowd have loved it, whooping and cheering every time another ball is dispatched into the stands. With the benefits of bigger bats and smaller boundaries, the world's best batsmen ...
 Special Broadcasting Service1 day ago
ICC to consider new ODI rules to help bowlers (Reuters)
SYDNEY (Reuters) - The highlight reels at the World Cup have been running hot with batsman smashing balls all over cricket stadiums in Australia and New Zealand. Teams and individuals have been racking up record totals and the crowd have loved it, ...
 Yahoo!Xtra1 day ago
ICC to consider new ODI rules to help bowlers
SYDNEY (Reuters) - The highlight reels at the World Cup have been running hot with batsman smashing balls all over cricket stadiums in Australia and New Zealand. Teams and individuals have been racking up record totals and the crowd have loved it, ...
 TheStar.com.my1 day ago
ICC to consider new ODI rules to help bowlers
SYDNEY: The highlight reels at the World Cup have been running hot with batsman smashing balls all over cricket stadiums in Australia and New Zealand. Teams and individuals have been racking up record totals and the crowd have loved it, whooping ...
 Channel NewsAsia1 day ago
ICC to consider new ODI rules to help bowlers
The highlight reels at the World Cup have been running hot with batsman smashing balls all over cricket stadiums in Australia and New Zealand. Teams and individuals have been racking up record totals and the crowd have loved it, whooping and ...
 Hindu Business Line1 day ago
ICC to consider new ODI rules to help bowlers
SYDNEY (Reuters) - The highlight reels at the World Cup have been running hot with batsman smashing balls all over cricket stadiums in Australia and New Zealand. Teams and individuals have been racking up record totals and the crowd have loved ...
 Reuters UK1 day ago
ICC to consider new ODI rules to help bowlers
SYDNEY: The highlight reels at the World Cup have been running hot with batsman smashing balls all over cricket stadiums in Australia and New Zealand. Teams and individuals have been racking up record totals and the crowd have loved it, whooping ...
 Times of India1 day ago
ICC to consider new ODI rules to help bowlers
SYDNEY (Reuters) - The highlight reels at the World Cup have been running hot with batsman smashing balls all over cricket stadiums in Australia and New Zealand. Teams and individuals have been racking up record totals and the crowd have loved it, ...
 Yahoo!Xtra1 day ago
Cricket-ICC to consider new ODI rules to help bowlers
SYDNEY, March 26 (Reuters) - The highlight reels at the World Cup have been running hot with batsman smashing balls all over cricket stadiums in Australia and New Zealand. Teams and individuals have been racking up record totals and the crowd ...
 Reuters UK1 day ago
ICC to consider new ODI rules to help bowlers
By SYDNEY (Reuters) - The highlight reels at the World Cup have been running hot with batsman smashing balls all over cricket stadiums in Australia and New Zealand. Teams and individuals have been racking up record totals and the crowd have loved ...
 Yahoo! Maktoob News1 day ago
Gayle rules out retirement
Wellington: Chris Gayle intends to keep playing international cricket with his eyes on the 2016 World Twenty20 but admitted his back injury will sideline him from next month's Test series against England. The 35-year-old Jamaican hit a typically ...
 News Today5 days ago
Nine MSN
Gayle rules out retirement
Chris Gayle intends to keep playing international cricket with his eyes on the 2016 World Twenty20, but admitted his back injury will sideline him from next month's Test series against England. The 35-year-old Jamaican hit a typically flamboyant ...
 Nine MSN5 days ago
Canberra Times
Gayle rules out retirement
Chris Gayle intends to keep playing international cricket with his eyes on the 2016 World Twenty20, but admitted his back injury will sideline him from next month's Test series against England. The 35-year-old Jamaican hit a typically flamboyant ...
 Canberra Times5 days ago
New Indian Express
Dhoni's World Cup-winning Bat on Display
NEW DELHI: Days before India play Australia in a World Cup semi-final at Sydney, the iconic bat of Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni with which he hit the winning six in the 2011 World Cup final has been put on display at Bengali Market here. ...
 New Indian Express4 days ago
India TV
Dhoni's World Cup-winning bat on display
semi-final at Sydney, the iconic bat of Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni with which he hit the winning six in the 2011 World Cup final has been put on display at Bengali Market here. The bat entered the Guinness World Records and the Limca Book ...
 India TV5 days ago
Dhoni's World Cup-winning bat on display
Days before India play Australia in a World Cup semi-final at Sydney, the iconic bat of Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni with which he hit the winning six in the 2011 World Cup final has been put on display at Bengali Market here. The bat ...
 Webindia1235 days ago
Dhoni's World Cup-winning bat on display
Days before India play Australia in a World Cup semi-final at Sydney, the iconic bat of Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni with which he hit the winning six in the 2011 World Cup final has been put on display at Bengali Market here. The bat entered ...
 Deccan Herald5 days ago
Dhoni's World Cup-winning bat on display
New Delhi, March 22 (IANS) Days before India play Australia in a World Cup semi-final at Sydney, the iconic bat of Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni with which he hit the winning six in the 2011 World Cup final has been put on display at Bengali ...
 Yahoo! Maktoob News5 days ago
IBNLive India News
Dhoni's World Cup-winning bat on display
The iconic bat of Indian captain Dhoni with which he hit the winning six in the 2011 World Cup final has been put on display. New Delhi: Days before India play Australia in a World Cup semi-final at Sydney, the iconic bat of Indian captain ...
 IBNLive India News5 days ago
Dhoni's World Cup-winning bat on display
Days before India play Australia in a World Cup semi-final at Sydney, the iconic bat of Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni with which he hit the winning six in the 2011 World Cup final has been put on display at Bengali Market here. The bat ...
 NetIndia123.com5 days ago
Dhoni's World Cup-winning bat on display
New Delhi, March 22 (IANS) Days before India play Australia in a World Cup semi-final at Sydney, the iconic bat of Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni with which he hit the winning six in the 2011 World Cup final has been put on display at Bengali ...
 Mangalorean5 days ago
Dhoni's World Cup-winning bat on display
By | IANS India Private Limited/Yahoo India News 41 minutes ago New Delhi, March 22 (IANS) Days before India play Australia in a World Cup semi-final at Sydney, the iconic bat of Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni with which he hit the winning ...
 Yahoo! India5 days ago
Dhoni's World Cup-winning bat on display
By Prashant Kumar New Delhi, March 22 (IANS): Days before India play Australia in a World Cup semi-final at Sydney, the iconic bat of Indian captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni with which he hit the winning six in the 2011 World Cup final has been put on ...
 Daijiworldcom5 days ago
Melbourne Age
Gayle rules out international retirement
Chris Gayle intends to keep playing international cricket with his eyes on the 2016 World Twenty20, but admitted his back injury will sideline him from next month's Test series against England. The 35-year-old Jamaican hit a typically flamboyant ...
 Melbourne Age5 days ago
WA Today
ICC Cricket World Cup 2015: West Indies batsman Chris Gayle rules out retirement
Not out: West indies opener Chris Gayle plans to keep playing after the World Cup. Photo: Chris Gayle intends to keep playing international cricket with his eyes on the 2016 World Twenty20, but admitted his back injury will sideline him from ...
 WA Today5 days ago
Gayle rules out retirement (AFP)
Chris Gayle intends to keep playing international cricket with his eyes on the 2016 World Twenty20, but admitted his back injury will sideline him from next month's Test series against England. The 35-year-old Jamaican hit a typically flamboyant ...
 Yahoo!Xtra5 days ago
Rediff.com
World Cup will cement ODI game's standing: Richardson
ICC Chief Executive David Richardson feels ODI cricket is a perfect bridge between Test and Twenty20 International and said the 50-over World Cup starting next week will cement ODI game's standing in future. "ODI cricket is strong in a number of countries. We've just seen a series recently in South Africa where there were full houses and you get good crowds in India and in most parts of the world," said Richardson, who has worked at the last three tournaments in the role of ICC General Manager.
 Rediff.com1 month ago

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