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ICC Committee approves a replacement in Ireland WC squad
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Jaffer returns to Mumbai squad

Event Technical Committee of the ICC Cricket World Cup on Sunday approved Max Sorensen as a replacement player for Tim Murtagh in Ireland's squad for the tournament, which starts on February 14.Murtagh is suffering from a stress fracture in his ... 24Dunia, 1 week ago
Naxalite killed in encounter in Jharkhand Business Standard India, 1 week ago
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SLC names 30 member SL cricket pool for WC 2015

The National Selectors at a Selection Committee meeting held has nominated the following players for the 30 pool of the ICC WC 2015. It is a pity that talented batsman Chamara Kapugedera has not found a place in the 30. Angelo Mathews ...
 Sri Lanka Daily News1 month ago WC: Selectors to Ponder over Jadeja, pace department  Times of India2 weeks ago
Jagran Post

Pakistan chief selectors question ICC for chucking calls

The 61-year old Iqbal Qasim, who played 50 Tests as a left arm-spinner, felt it was time for the ICC cricket committee to review the whole protocol to test our bowlers with suspected bowling actions and weigh its repercussions and benefits. "This new system ...
 Jagran Post1 month ago Chief selector Faruk terms himself lucky  Dhaka Tribune4 weeks ago Former Pakistan chief selectors question ICC for chucking calls  Daily Times1 month ago Pakistan selectors question ICC for chucking calls  Press Trust of India1 month ago
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WC 2015: Technical panel approves replacement of injured Ireland player

Dubai, Jan 19: The International Cricket Council (ICC) on Monday confirmed that the Event Technical Committee of the cricket World Cup 2015 starting next month approved Max Sorensen to replace Timothy Murtagh in Ireland's squad for the tournament. [Full ...
 One India1 week ago
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Ani News

ICC Board to gather at Dubai headquarters …

Dubai, Jan 25 (ANI): The International Cricket Council (ICC) Board would gather at the ICC Headquarters in Dubai on 28 and 29 January for the first round of meetings of the year. In the lead up to these meetings, various other committee meetings, ...
 Yahoo! India1 day ago Two-day meeting of ICC Board beginning tomorrow in Dubai  News on Air2 months ago
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Cricbuzz.com

PCB keen to get Hafeez cleared before WC

PTI Karachi:The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has formally asked the International Cricket Council (ICC) to have a reassessment of Muhammad Hafeez's bowling action prior to the World Cup beginning 14 February. A PCB official said on Wednesday ...
 News Today4 days ago New Minister won't remove cricket officials  Daily Mirror Sri Lanka3 days ago PCB shows urgency to get Mohammad Hafeez's action cleared before World Cup 2015  ZeeNews.com5 days ago PCB Shows Urgency to Get Hafeez's Action Cleared Before World Cup  New Indian Express5 days ago
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Deccan Chronicle

Choose BCCI post or Chennai Super Kings: Supreme Court to N Srinivasan

International Cricket Council (ICC) chairman Narainswamy Srinivasan can't seek another term as president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India if he continues to have a stake in Indian Premier League franchise Chennai Super Kings, the Supreme ...
 Financial Express3 days ago INDIA CEMENTS : Top court asks ICC chief Srinivasan to choose between BCCI post and IPL's Chennai franchise  4 Traders4 days ago N Srinivasan to sell Chennai Super Kings for BCCI chair?  Deccan Chronicle3 days ago Mission Impossible  New Indian Express2 days ago
Deccan Chronicle

Pakistan announce WC squad, Shoaib Malik - Kamran Akmal out

Senior cricketers Shoaib Malik (left) and Kamran Akmal were ignored for the ICC Cricket World Cup squad, announced on Wednesday (Photo: AFP) Karachi : Senior players Shoaib Malik and Kamran Akmal were ignored while fast bowler Sohail Khan made a ...
 Deccan Chronicle2 weeks ago World Cup 2015: Pakistan Rush to Get Mohammad Hafeez's Action Cleared  NDTV5 days ago ICC to debate on modification of helmets  Gulf News1 day ago ICC Set to Chuck Illegal Action Out of the Game  New Indian Express4 weeks ago
Gulf News

Youth and experience for SA's ICC World Cup squad

A mixture of youth and experience will lead South Africa's charge at the ICC Cricket World Cup in Australia and New Zealand next month. The 15-man squad was unveiled in Cape Town on Wednesday afternoon. There were no major surprises except possibly ...
 Citizen.co.za2 weeks ago Tauqir to lead UAE squad for World Cup  Gulf News2 weeks ago Mohammad Tauqir to lead UAE squad for World Cup  Yahoo! Maktoob News2 weeks ago Tauqir to lead UAE into World Cup battle  Gulf News2 weeks ago
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Ani News

Moin Khan says Pak needs to play `fearless` and `sensible` cricket to thrive in WC

05 pm Karachi, Jan 10 ( ANI ): Chairman of the Pakistan's national selection committee Moin Khan has said that Pakistan would have to play a fearless but sensible cricket in order to thrive in the upcoming World Cup. The former ...
 Ani News2 weeks ago Pakistan must play 'fearless and sensible cricket' in 2015 World Cup, says former wicket-keeper Moin Khan  DNA India2 weeks ago
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