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World Cup 2015 is the most followed cricket event ever: ICC
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World Cup 2015 is the most followed cricket event ever: ICC

Overwhelmed by the ongoing World Cups success, ICC CEO David Richardson today said it has been the most followed cricket event in the history of the game with the India-Australia semifinal drawing the biggest crowd so far. "This Cricket World Cup has been the ... Deccan Herald, 20 hours ago
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ICC cagey about World Cup expansion but keen to crack US frontier

International Cricket Council chief executive David Richardson has warned of the dangers of the game "spreading itself too thin" but said officials were still keen for the sport to fully establish itself in the United States. The post ICC cagey about World ...
 First Post.com1 day ago ICC wary of expansion but keen on cracking US frontier  Business Standard1 day ago ICC says no to increasing teams in World Cup, yes to revising ODI rules  Cricbuzz.com2 days ago WC not for window-dressing - Richardson  Cape Times2 days ago
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Only gentlemen allowed: Sledgers to face match bans at World Cup 2015

ICC chief executive David Richardson also said players with already poor records of on-field behaviour could face immediate match bans if found guilty of a single breach of the ICC's code of conduct during the Feb. 14 - March 29 tournament. The post Only ...
 First Post.com1 month ago Sleging may evoke heavy fines at 2015 World Cup, says ICC CEO Dave Richardson  DNA1 month ago Sledgers to face match bans at World Cup 2015  MSN India1 month ago Sledging may evoke heavy fines at 2015 World Cup, says ICC CEO Dave Richardson  DNA1 month ago
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ICC Chief Executive David Richardson says 2015 Cricket World Cup will be bigger and better

Richardson has also strongly reinforced the ICC's expectations on player behaviour and maintaining the game's integrity at all times, on and off the field of play. DUBAI: ICC Chief Executive David Richardson believes that "there has been no stone left ...
 Economic Times2 months ago Richardson says 2015 World Cup will be bigger and better  Business Standard2 months ago David Richardson: 2015 World Cup will be bigger and better  IndiaTV News2 months ago
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World Cup will boost ODI cricket: David Richardson

Dubai, Feb 5: International Cricket Council (ICC) CEO David Richardson hopes the 11th World Cup will instil fresh energy into the One-Day International (ODI) format, whose popularity has been shrinking following the arrival of shorter Twenty20 version. World ...
 One India1 month ago World Cup will boost ODI cricket: ICC CEO  Business Standard1 month ago
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ICC chief defends umpires

Dave Richardson: ICC chief executive defends umpires International Cricket Council chief executive David Richardson has slammed his organisation's Bangladeshi president for questioning the integrity of umpires, saying allegations he made were ...
 Sky Sports1 week ago
Financial Express Bangladesh

ICC slams own president for criticising umpires

:11:03 A A- A+ ICC Chief Executive David Richardson The International Cricket Council has backed match officials criticised by the governing body's own president over a controversial no-ball decision in Thursday's World Cup quarter-final ...
 Financial Express Bangladesh1 week ago AIA National President David Karotkin announces new Institute State Chapter Presidents  Architecture & Design1 week ago ICC differs with its president, backs umpires in no-ball row  New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago ICC defends BAN-IND match officials  Dhaka Tribune1 week ago
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Pakistan Today

Im on my last warning: Shane Watson

David Warner and Shane Watson must walk a fine line between banter and blow-up on Thursday, when Australia face India in their Cricket World Cup semi-final. The stakes will be high for the entire Australian XI, which is expected to be unchanged ...
 Pakistan Today3 days ago I'm on my last warning: Shane Watson  WA Today3 days ago Shane Watson: I am just on my last warning  Odisha Samaya3 days ago
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Bangladesh Daily Star

Johnson leads battle cry

Australia captain Michael Clarke expects temperamental opener David Warner to be on his best behaviour in today's World Cup semi-final against India, but Mitchell Johnson is ready to step up the sledging war. Warner, who has already been warned ...
 Namibian Sun2 days ago Oz skipper expects opener Warner to behave  The Gulf Today3 days ago Midge to step in in 2 Ws' place  Bangladesh Daily Star3 days ago Captain backs David Warner to behave  Taipei Times Online3 days ago
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Stingray sidelines Tiger for AFL's opener

Richmond defender David Astbury will likely miss next Thursday's AFL season opener against Carlton after he was stung in the left foot by a stingray. The club website said Astbury was in a recovery session at a Port Phillip Bay beach on Wednesday ...
 Nine MSN2 days ago Stingray puts Tiger in hospital  Tasmania Mercury2 days ago
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