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ICC Annual Conference 2015 Will be Held in Barbados

The International Cricket Council (ICC) announced earlier this week that the ICC Annual Conference 2015 will take place in the city of Bridgetown in Barbados this June. This will be the first time the ICC's annual meetings have taken place in the ... Austin American Statesman, 1 week ago
ICC Annual Conference to take place in Barbados Business Standard, 2 weeks ago
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World Cup: Mixed emotions for retiring Zimbabwe skipper Brendan Taylor

Taylor departed international cricket on a bittersweet note after scoring a wonderful century in a losing cause. () Zimbabwe captain Brendan Taylor departed international cricket on Saturday on a bittersweet note after scoring a wonderful ...
 IBNLive India News2 weeks ago Fare thee well Brendan Taylor  Zimbabwe Herald2 weeks ago Brendan Taylor Looks Forward to New Challenge after World Cup  NDTV2 weeks ago Mixed emotions for retiring Brendan Taylor  Economic Times2 weeks ago

Wish I had skills of Murali and Warne: Kumble

Anil Kumble speaks during the press conference after being inducted in the International Cricket Council (ICC) Cricket Hall of fame at the Melbourne Cricket Stadium. Photograph: Vipin Pawar/Solaris Images Being the third highest wicket-taker in history of Test cricket is no mean achievement but former India captain Anil Kumble wishes he had the skills of his two greatest contemporaries -- Shane Warne and Muttiah Muralitharan. “Yeah, Warne and Murali competition, I don’t know ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Laxman conferred honorary Doctoral Degree by TERI University

40-year-old Laxman, who retired from international cricket in 2012, was awarded the honorary doctorate along with three other eminent persons -- former East Timor President Jose Manuel Ramos-Horta, Unilever CEO Paul Polman and Hitachi company Chairman and CEO ...
 Jagran Post1 month ago

ICC Annual Conference a vote of confidence in WICB, says Bassarath

West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) director Azim Bassarath believes the International Cricket Council's decision to host their Annual Conference in the Caribbean is a sign the sport's world governing body still retains confidence in the WICB. ...
 Caribbean Broadcasting Corporation5 days ago 'Annual Conference a vote of confidence in WICB'  Daijiworldcom5 days ago Annual Conference a vote of confidence in WICB  Mangalorean5 days ago

Barbados to be 1st Caribbean host of international cricket conference

The International Cricket Council announced Monday that its 2015 annual conference will take place for the first time in the West Indies, naming Barbados as the next host country. "We are delighted to be taking the ICC Annual Conference to the ...
 Fox News Latino2 weeks ago Barbados to Be First Caribbean Host of International Cricket Conference  Latin American Herald Tribune2 weeks ago

Kamal threatens to let the world know what's happening in ICC

The simmering row within the International Cricket Council took an ugly turn on Monday with its president, Mustafa Kamal, threatening to expose "mischievous" designs of people who denied him the "constitutional right" to hand over the World Cup Trophy. After Australia beat New Zealand by seven wickets in the Sunday’s final at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, it was ICC chairman Narayanswami Srinivasan who presented the trophy to winning captain Michael Clarke. Kamal is of the view that the ...
 Rediff.com1 day ago ICC president Kamal lashes out at the Council, threatens to expose everything  Deccan Herald1 day ago Mustafa Kamal lashes out at ICC, threatens to expose eveything  Deccan Herald1 day ago

Minnow magic fails to persuade ICC ... yet

CRICKETS minnow nations are still none the wiser over whether the International Cricket Council (ICC) will rethink its 10-team plan for the 2019 World Cup. ICC chief executive David Richardson admitted on Thursday that there was still a bit of ...
 Brisbane Courier-Mail - Central1 week ago No finals in this battle India Australia continue sledging match  Hindustan Times6 days ago Australia and India to continue sledging each other in World Cup semifinal days ago Sledging alive and well ahead of Oz-India clash  RTE Online6 days ago

Mahendra Singh Dhoni Skips Press Conference, Team India Keep Fans at Bay

Virat Kohli signs autographs for fans at the Sydney Cricket Ground. With a high-tension World Cup 2015 semifinal against Australia beckoning, Team India kept their fans at arm's length even as skipper Mahendra Singh Dhoni skipped the pre-match ...
 NDTV6 days ago ICC Cricket World Cup semi-final: Shane Warne makes impromptu appearance at Australia's training session  WA Today6 days ago What they say‚Ķ  The Hindu1 week ago ICC Cricket World Cup: Suresh Raina relishes pressure situations  Gulf News1 week ago
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Favourites don't always win, says Misbah

Pakistan cricket team captain Misbah-ul-Haq takes part in a press conference in Adelaide on March 19, 2015, ahead of Pakistan's 2015 Cricket World Cup quarter-final match against Australia. ADELAIDE, Australia, March 19, 2015 (AFP) - Pakistan ...
 Haveeru Daily Online1 week ago Retiring Misbah slams critics  Saudi Gazette6 days ago End of an era as Misbah-ul-Haq, Shahid Afridi retire  Daijiworldcom1 week ago Swift decision on Pakistan captain  AOL UK6 days ago
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