ABU DHABI: The International Cricket Council's (ICC) cricket committee has recommended that the governing body make the latest British Safety Standard (BSS) helmets mandatory in international cricket, following a two-day meeting at Lord's. The ... Daily Times, 3 weeks ago
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The ICC has rejected a Phillip Hughes-motivated proposal by Cricket Australia for a concussion substitute to be introduced into the Sheffield Shield. The lobbying effort was CA's main focus coming out of last month's review into Hughes death, with ...Perth Now, 3 weeks ago Hughes report will lead to changes Perth Now, 1 month ago
Curtain notes a push for the approval of substitutes in cricket henceforth, though it is outside his terms of reference, and Cricket Australia is taking it up with the ICC this month. "Never again do we want to see a tragedy of that nature happen ...Equilibrio Informativo, 1 month ago
SBS World News Radio: A review into the death of Phillip Hughes has found a different helmet or neck guard would not have saved the young cricketer's life. 11 May 2016 - 7:00 PM UPDATED1MINAGO A review into the death of Phillip Hughes has ...Special Broadcasting Service, 1 month ago
Related Story: Modern helmet wouldn't have saved Phil Hughes, review finds Cricket Australia is seeking permission from the ICC to trial the use of substitute players in domestic matches, allowing them to bat and bowl in place of ...ABC Online, 1 month ago
Home » Sports » Cricket Thursday, 05 May 2016 17:41 Posted by Australia captain Steve Smith has pulled out of the Indian Premier League because of wrist injury and leaving the tournament early. According to media reports, Cricket ...Business Recorder, 1 month ago IPL 2016 marred by injuries, Pune and Mumbai worst hit India Today, 1 month ago IPL 9: Steve Smith was suffering right wrist pain since a week, says CA Mid Day, 1 month ago Another blow for Pune! The Hindu, 1 month ago
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New Story Australia captain Steve Smith is the latest doubt for the Tri-Nations Series to be hosted by the West Indies next month. Australia's injury woes for the upcoming Tri-Nations Series in the Caribbean continued yesterday when captain ...Antigua Observer, 1 month ago Marsh a doubt for Caribbean tour Antigua Observer, 1 month ago Marsh out of IPL, in doubt for tour AOL UK, 1 month ago
Having proven extremely tough to dislodge for New Zealand's bowlers last summer, Australia's top cricketers are now falling like ninepins. In a bizarre sequence of events, run machine Adam Voges' freak injury when struck on the head by an errant ...Stuff.co.nz, 1 month ago
— By | May 03, 2016 12:18 am Shaun Marsh (KXIP) Left-handed opener Shaun Marsh on Monday joined the long list of Australian cricketers, who all have pulled out of the cash-rich Indian Premier League tournament. The 32-year-old veteran is ...The Freepress Journal, 1 month ago
The Supergiants had earlier lost Kevin Pietersen, Faf du Plessis and Australia all-rounder Mitchell Marsh to injuries. Smith's pull out was confirmed by Cricket Australia Sports Science and Sports Medicine Manager Alex Kountouris, who said the ...Jagran Post, 1 month ago Injury woes continue for Supergiants as Smith ruled out of IPL Ani News, 1 month ago
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