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Match-fixing case set to go to appeal court

Match-fixing case set to go to appeal court

The Court of Arbitration for Sport (CAS) has confirmed that a case is in progress between the International Cricket Council and six individuals involved in the Bangladesh Twenty20 Premier League, including Kent all-rounder Darren Stevens. The CAS, ... MSN UK, 9 hours ago

Ajmal was suspended from bowling in September after his action was deemed to be illegal for all deliveries.

Pakistan off spinner Saeed Ajmal will undergo official International Cricket Council (ICC) testing in Chennai on Saturday [Jan 24]. Ajmal was suspended from bowling in September after his action was deemed to be illegal for
 Radio Pakistan8 hours ago Ajmal's  The Telegraph1 week ago Saeed Ajmal included in Pakistan 'A' side for ODI series against Kenya  DNA1 month ago PCB wants ICC to delay Ajmal's biomechanic test  Rediff.com1 month ago

WC ‘trophy’ enthralls fans at MSD’s city

A dummy of the International Cricket Council (ICC) Cricket World Cup-2015 was shown across the State Capital on Thursday. The […]
 Ranchi Express English1 day ago MoneyGram launches the 2015 ultimate Cricket Fanzone in U.S. and Canada with chance to win trip to watch game live  Indo-Canadian Voice2 days ago Star Sports brings Cricket World Cup trophy closer to fans  Business Standard India1 day ago It'll be tough to fix WC matches  Bdnews24.com3 days ago
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Pak requests ICC to reassess Hafeez's action ahead of WC

Jan 22, 1:04 pm Karachi, Jan 22 ( ANI ): Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has made an appeal to the International Cricket Council (ICC) to conduct an official bio-mechanics test of all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez in order to reassess his illegal ...
 Ani News2 days ago PCB request reassessment of Hafeez's action as soon as possible  Frontier Post1 day ago PCB keen to get Hafeez cleared before WC  News Today2 days ago Hafeez's ICC test  The Telegraph3 days ago

ICC: Crackdown on suspect actions will continue

Over the past few months, the International Cricket Council (ICC) has undertaken a proactive campaign to clamp down on illegal bowling actions that has seen several high-profile cricketers being suspended. Dave Richardson, the ICC Chief Executive ...
 Cricbuzz.com4 days ago Kenya cricket headed for another step-down in ICC rankings  Kenya Broadcasting Corporation1 day ago ICC to continue engagement of CII for 2015 WC commercial rights protection  Business Standard1 week ago ICC justifies crackdown on bowlers having illegal actions  Business Standard2 months ago
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'It was a Black Day'

In a column written on the International Cricket Council's Media Zone, Pakistan legend Inzamamul Haq described Pakistan's defeat to Bangladesh in the 1999 World Cup as a 'Black Day'. The Pakistan team was on a roll as we defeated New Zealand.
 Bangladesh Daily Star1 day ago Pakistan and New Zealand cricketers advance in rankings  Business Standard2 months ago 'Misbah is our best option to handle this Pakistan team'  Rediff.com2 months ago Pakistan Leapfrog India in ICC Test Rankings  NDTV2 months ago

Sledging was worse two decades ago: Flintoff

Australia's David Warner argues with India's Rohit Sharma. Photograph: David Gray/Reuters The International Cricket Council's recently-promised crackdown on sledging might make it seem that players are behaving badly more often right now but former England all-rounder Andrew Flintoff feels the on-field altercations were 10 times worse a couple of decades ago. The ICC has warned of strict action, including bans, if players cross the line during next month's ODI World Cup to be jointly hosted ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago Authorities promise World Cup crackdown  The Statesman3 days ago ICC drops ball on discipline days ago 'ICC geared up to tackle fixing menace during World Cup'  Manorama Online3 days ago

Some hard options, ICC trouble too

The options before N. Srinivasan, beleaguered chairman of the International Cricket Council, appear limited. His critics, including A.C. Muthiah, former BCCI president who initiated legal action on the controversial IPL ownership clause of 2008 that led to ...
 Asian Age2 days ago
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ICC boss says 'best prepared' to deal with corruption issues during WC

43 am Wellington, Jan 21 ( ANI ): The International Cricket Council ( ICC ) is best prepared to deal with corruption issues than ever been during the upcoming World Cup in Australia and New Zealand, said chief executive David Richardson .
 Ani News3 days ago ICC boss says best prepared to deal with corruption issues during WC  24Dunia3 days ago ICC boss says 'best prepared' …  Yahoo! India3 days ago ICC says best prepared to deal with corruption issues during World Cup 2015  The Freepress Journal3 days ago

Cowra to host ICC at Holman Oval this Friday, January 23, 2015 l photo

Cowra is about to be swept up in the celebrations of Australia hosting the International Cricket Council (ICC) Cricket World Cup when the Home Ground Cricket Tour stops in at Holman Oval on Friday. The tour has been travelling the state for nearly ...
 Grenfell Record4 days ago Cricket-ICC announces schedule for World Cup warm-upss  Reuters1 month ago ICC announces schedule for World Cup warmups  Hindustan Times1 month ago India to play Australia, Afghanistan in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 warm up matches  First Post.com1 month ago
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