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India threatened to form parallel cricket body: Patel

The BCCI had threatened to form a parallel world cricket body before the England and Australian boards agreed to the controversial restructuring of the ICC and decided to give a lion's share of revenue to the Indian board, their secretary Sanjay Patel said on ... Deccan Herald, 1 month ago
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Cricket: Pakistan's women cricketers …

AFP Pakistan on Wednesday announced a 14-member women's cricket team for their first-ever tour of Australia in a bid to prepare for their title defence in the Asian Games. The team led by the experienced Sana Mir will play four one-day and as ...
 Yahoo! India1 week ago PCB announces team management for women cricket tem tours  Pakistan Press International1 week ago AFP - Cricket-PAK-AUS-women  Namibia Press Agency1 week ago Pakistan's women cricketers to tour Australia  SAMAA TV1 week ago

PCB names women's squads for Australia tour, Asian Games

ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) on Wednesday announced two women's cricket teams for their first-ever tour of Australia and their title defence in the Asian Games in South Korea. Led by experienced Sana Mir, Pakistan will play four ...
 Daily Times1 week ago PCB announces Women squad for Australia tour and Asian Games  PakTribune.com1 week ago

Pakistan Women Team Management announced for Australia tour and for 17th Asian Games

Home » Government Institutions By PPI News Agency Lahore, July 17, 2014 (PPI-OT): Pakistan Cricket Board today announced the Team Management for Women Teams tour to Australia and for 17th Asian Games to be held in Incheon, Korea. Women Team ...
 Pakistan Press International1 week ago Pakistan Women teams announced for Australia tour and 17th Asian Games to be held in Incheon Korea  Pakistan Press International1 week ago

Phil Hughes becomes first Australian batsman to score a double hundred in 50-over cricket

By | Sportskeeda Phil Hughes Australia A opener Phil Hughesblasted an unbeaten 202against South Africa A in aQuadrangular A-team one-dayseries match on Tuesday.Hughes struck 18 fours and 6 sixes in his 151-ball innings that stunned the ...
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Misbah to remain Pak's ODI captain till 2015 World Cup

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) decided to retain Misbah-ul-Haq as Test and ODI captain until the next World Cup in 2015 in order to crush apparent unrest in the national team over the captaincy issue. Outgoing Chairman of the board, Najam Sethi said on Geo ...
 Sify18 hours ago Misbah-ul-Haq to remain Pakistan`s ODI captain till 2015 World Cup  ZeeNews.com21 hours ago BCCI reschedules domestic ODI tournaments with an eye on 2015 World Cup  Rediff.com2 days ago Misbah-ul-Haq to Remain Pakistan Captain Till 2015 World Cup  NDTV2 hours ago

Pietersen receives apology from English cricket

after its head criticized the batsman's attitude in the winter Ashes collapse against Australia. ECB managing director Paul Downton said the 33-year-old Pietersen appeared "disinterested" and "distracted" in the fifth Test of the 5-0 series defeat, and ...
 Business Standard1 month ago The show lands in the BBL  Noodls10 hours ago KP eyes return to Oz  Noodls6 days ago What Kevin Pietersen did next: the freelance cricketer  SportsPro Media1 hour ago
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BCCI to appeal Ravindra Jadeja fine

SOUTHAMPTON: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is peeved with match referee David Boon's decision to fine Ravindra Jadeja 50% of his match fee after finding him guilty of committing a Level 1 breach of the ICC Code of Conduct for ...
 Times of India3 days ago ICC must act to restore faith in match referees  Gulf News1 day ago Cricket: Dhoni slams 'hurtful' …  Yahoo! India2 days ago Cricket-Cook not up to captain's job and must go, says Pietersen  Reuters UK2 days ago

Referee condemns poor Trent Bridge pitch

Former Australia batsman Boon's verdict, announced by the International Cricket Council on Saturday, is the first time a Test pitch in England has been labelled as 'poor' by a match referee English cricket authorities faced the prospect of a ...
 Dhaka Tribune1 week ago English Cricket Authorities Facing $16,000 Fine Over 'Poor' Trent Bridge Pitch  NDTV1 week ago ECB likely to be fined after referee Boon condemns pitch as poor  The Gulf Today1 week ago Referee condemns Trent Bridge pitch  AhmedabadMirror.com1 week ago
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England captain slammed as a man worth missing

Cook said right after the match that he did not intend to quit, and England and Wales Cricket Board members did not seem to be in a mood for a sacking. But with India 1-0 up in the five- match series after a drawn opener at Trent Bridge, Hussain ...
 Hong Kong Standard6 days ago Cook brushes aside KP call to quit (The West Australian)  West Australian2 days ago Pietersen calls for Cook to quit  Racing and Sports2 days ago Cook brushes aside KP call to quit  Yahoo! Malaysia2 days ago
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