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KSCA XI score big win

Amit Verma and Ronit More shared the bowling spoils as Tripura Cricket Association crashed to a massive innings and 152-run loss against KSCA XI on the fourth and final day of their match in the KSCA all-India invitational Dr K Thimmappaiah memorial cricket ... Deccan Herald, 2 hours ago

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Haryana CA drub Orissa as Khod slams second ton

Haryana CA (Cricket Association) pulled off a fine 136-run win over Orissa CA after Abhimanyu Khod (104 not out, 120b, 11x4, 4x6) and Sunny Singh (112, 105b, 15x4, 2x6) struck centuries in the KSCA's All-India cricket tournament here Wednesday.Khod, who had ...
 Prokerala13 hours ago DCA mourns Gifford Walsh  Dominica News Online7 hours ago Delhi HC to hear plea on BCCI as national sports body  ProKerala.com10 hours ago KSCA All-India cricket: Orissa CA snatch slender lead  ProKerala.com1 day ago

HC orders stay on registrar investigation against MPCA

INDORE: In a relief to Madhya Pradesh Cricket Association (MPCA), the Indore bench of Madhya Pradesh High Court stayed the ongoing inquiry by registrar firms and societies (RFS) against the cricketing body on Tuesday. The next hearing in the case is ...
 Times of India21 hours ago Inquiry against MPCA stayed  The Freepress Journal20 hours ago MPCA moves HC bench against registrar, firms challenges registrar firms and societies move in HC  Times of India1 day ago MPCA management under Registrar scanner  Times of India2 days ago

'Fully satisfied with the Supreme Court order on IPL fixing'

Cricket Association of Bihar secretary Aditya Verma on Friday expressed his satisfaction at the Supreme Court order which states that Retd Justice Mukul Mudgal-led three-member committee would continue with the probe related to betting and spot-fixing in the sixth edition of the Indian Premier League last year. - The man who dared take on Srinivasan and the BCCI!"I am fully satisfied with the order passed by the Honourable Supreme Court on Friday giving all power to former High Court judge ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago New PCB constitution retains chairman's power  Pakistan Observer1 day ago New constitution empowers Board of Governors  TMC Net1 day ago New constitution retains PCB chairman's power  The Nation Pakistan1 day ago

ACA goes hi-tech, beams junior match

Andhra Cricket Association, after winning the accolades of all and sundry, including the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), for sprucing up quality infrastructure has now gone a step ahead and added an element of technology to its ...
 The Hindu1 day ago

Surya Kumar Yadav slams ton to pur Mumbai top

Vice captain Surya Kumar Yadav came up with a brilliant hundred to put Mumbai Cricket Assocation in a strong position against Assam Cricket Association on day three of the four day Capt K Thimmappiah memorial cricket tournament in Mysore on Tuesday.
 DNA India1 day ago

Up With The Vertis! Down With The Trousers!

Scene in Chennai C heers to the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association club for banning the entry of a Madras High Court judge wearing a dhoti and entering their club, pukka sahib Mike Gun called out at the bar of the Water Hole on Wednesday. Mike Gun ...
 Sri Lanka Sunday Leader4 days ago The dhoti debate: Colonial era club rules  Deccan Chronicle6 days ago Will lift ban on entry of dhoti-clad men in club: TNCA club Chief  News on Air6 days ago Indian Club's Ban on Dhotis in Favor of Western Attire Draws Protests  NDTV6 days ago
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Kaif bids goodbye to UP, will captain Andhra Pradesh in Ranji cricket

Ending his 16-year-long association with Uttar Pradesh, Mohammed Kaif has decided to lead Andhra Pradesh in the upcoming Ranji season after striking a two-year deal with the state association (ACA). The Allahabad-born player has accumulated 9277 ...
 Asian Age3 days ago Kaif's adieu to UP  The Freepress Journal2 days ago Kaif leaves UP, to captain Andhra in Ranji Trophy  One India2 days ago Mohammed Kaif bids goodbye to Uttar Pradesh, will captain Andhra Pradesh  Financial Express3 days ago
Himalayan times

Govt bats for Dassanayake

KATHMANDU: If the CAN can’t, the government will! A day after the Cricket Association of Nepal released national team coach Pubudu Dassanayake, citing financial crunch, the Youth and Sports Ministry today decided to extend his term by one year.
 Himalayan times3 weeks ago Dassanayake reluctant to return  Himalayan Times4 days ago I'll wait as long as I can: Dassanayake  Himalayan times2 weeks ago Confused Dassanayake undecided over future  Kathmandu Post3 days ago

Associate nations will gain more after ICC's restructure: Srinivasan

The International Cricket Council (ICC) chairman N Srinivasan on Sunday said that the restructuring of the ICC will benefit the associate nations a lot. Srinivasan expressed his views on a range of issues from drawing spectators to grounds, future “I think ...
 Sify3 days ago Sexual harass slur on ICC top gun  The Telegraph3 weeks ago New ICC chairman Srinivasan vows to popularise cricket  Deccan Herald3 weeks ago BCCI re-confirm Srinivasan's candidature for ICC chairman's post  Rediff.com1 month ago
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