The ICC has confirmed that the Event Technical Committee of the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 has approved Johnson Charles as a replacement player for Darren Bravo in West Indies squad for the tournament. Bravo is suffering from a hamstring injury, ... The Sports Campus, 4 days ago
Johnson Charles to replace Bravo - Barbados Daily Nation, 4 days ago
Upul to replace Jeevan - Calcutta Telegraph, 1 week ago
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Melbourne, Feb 25: Sri Lankan all-rounder Jeevan Mendis has been ruled out of ICC World Cup 2015 due to a hamstring injury. Upul Tharanga has been named as a replacement player. World Cup Special Mendis sustained a hamstring injury during ...Oneindia, 1 week ago Injured Hafeez ruled out of World Cup The Echo Of India, 3 weeks ago Ravi to officiate World Cup opener The Statesman, 1 month ago
Upul Tharanga's proven ability to bat anywhere in the order and his brilliant recent form in domestic circuit influenced them to call him in to be stand-by for injured all rounder Jeevan Mendis, chief national selector Sanath Jayasuriya told Daily ...Daily Mirror Sri Lanka, 1 week ago
WELLINGTON, Feb 9 (Reuters) - Factbox on the five New Zealand teams in the southern hemisphere's Super Rugby competition: - - - - CANTERBURY CRUSADERS Coach: Todd Blackadder (seventh year) Captain: Kieran Read Last year's finish: ...Reuters UK, 3 weeks ago Factbox - New Zealand Super Rugby teams Yahoo! UK and Ireland, 3 weeks ago
This summer's World Cup could be the last major cricket event to use the current Decision Review System. As he confirmed there would be no Hot Spot used during the cup, which starts at Hagley Oval in Christchurch on Saturday, the International ...New Zealand Herald, 3 weeks ago Cricket: Cup last spin for review system New Zealand Herald, 3 weeks ago
Updated 12.26pm: There'll be no Hot-Spot at the Cricket World Cup. While the rest of the Decision Review System will be in place, the infra-red system to detect friction on the bat will not. ICC general manager Geoff Allardice says it's not ...Farming, 3 weeks ago Hot Spot not to be a part of DRS in the World Cup IBNLive India News, 3 weeks ago Snicko for World Cup but no Hot Spot MSN News, 3 weeks ago
Melbourne, Feb 7 Following the ongoing debate as to what exactly separates legitimate aggression from verbal abuse, the International Cricket Council (ICC) has warned that any player who cross the divide can expect harsher sanctions during the ...ProKerala.com, 3 weeks ago
The International Cricket Council on Saturday confirmed that following remedial work and retests, the bowling actions of Pakistan's Saeed Ajmal and Sohag Gazi of Bangladesh have been found to be legal, and the players can now resume bowling in ...24Dunia, 3 weeks ago Ajmal, Gazi's actions cleared as legal: ICC The Gulf Today, 3 weeks ago Really happy, want to play for another 3-4 yrs: Saeed Ajmal 24Dunia, 3 weeks ago Ajmal, Gazi bowling actions are legal: ICC 24Dunia, 3 weeks ago
The world's top-ranked one-day bowler, Saeed Ajmal, is a chance to play in the World Cup after the International Cricket Council lifted his ban for an illegal bowling action. The ICC announced on Saturday that testing a fortnight ago revealed the ...Stuff.co.nz, 3 weeks ago Saeed Ajmal a chance for World Cup after bowling ban lifted Sydney Morning Herald, 3 weeks ago Ajmal a chance for World Cup after bowling ban lifted Dominion Post, 3 weeks ago
Pakistan's Saeed Ajmal and Bangladesh's Sohag Gazi can resume bowling in international cricket, after the ICC cleared their bowling actions following remedial work and retests. Ajmal had withdrawn from the World Cup in December to avoid taking a ...Pakistan Today, 3 weeks ago Ajmal and Gazi cleared to bowl again 24Dunia, 3 weeks ago
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