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Mike looks forward to Sourav 'innings'
The Telegraph

Mike looks forward to Sourav 'innings'

Mike Brearley, a former England captain with iconic status, is delighted that Sourav Ganguly will soon be a colleague on the MCCs World Cricket Committee. Brearley is the Committees chairman. Im delighted that Sourav comes on board in October (replacing ... The Telegraph, 4 days ago

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No change of law on Mankading: MCC

The World Cricket Committee is headed by former England captain Mike Brearley and includes Steve Waugh, Rahul Dravid, Andrew Strauss and Shaun Pollock. The panel said running the non-striker out was not against the spirit of
 Asian Age6 days ago Mankaded law to remain as it is  Pune Mirror6 days ago No changing law on Mankading: MCC  Deccan Chronicle6 days ago MCC World Cricket Committee Refuses to Change Mankading Law  NDTV6 days ago

ECB chairman Giles Clarke to be grilled over controversial ICC reforms

controversial reforms of the International Cricket Council by the former England captain Mike Brearley and the rest of the MCC's world cricket committee at Lord's next week.Clarke,
 Big News Network1 week ago
Wealth Manager

James Brearley restructures board as head of finance retires

James Brearley has restructured its board following the retirement of head of finance Louis Harold Dial. Three senior managers, Darren Hardy-Dearness, Richard Dunsby and Simon Trippier, have become associate directors of the firm. Along with ...
 Wealth Manager1 month ago
Sydney Morning Herald

Comments of the week July 18-24, 2014

Rob Ashton, comment moderator: We kick off with politics, starring Jacqui Lambie, Clive Palmer, Campbell Newman and Tony Abbott. After some miscellaneous comments in the middle we end up in bed with a little sex and a big spreadsheet. Jacqui ...
 Sydney Morning Herald9 hours ago

Ishant Sharma: India's Mystery man

England's destroyer at the Lord's, Ishant Sharma must be asked to deliver since everybody knows he can Few modern-day international cricketers are as tall as Ishant Sharma. And few, as unpredictable. Ask him to bowl full-length deliveries.
 Samaylive1 day ago

'As the Clouds Gather, He Conducts Himself with a Certain Quiet Heroism'

LONDON: Cricket is played in white flannels on a lush green outfield and interrupted by civilised breaks for lunch and tea, while good strokes are greeted by ripples of understated applause from smartly dressed spectators. More than any other ...
 New Indian Express2 days ago

How to solve a problem like Cook

England v India: How to solve a problem like Alastair Cook By Sam Sheringham BBC Sport at Lord's It was not so long ago that Alastair Cook could do no wrong. He was the unstoppable run machine in England's 2010-11 Ashes triumph in Australia, the ...
 BBC3 days ago Alastair Cook nears his tipping point  Sydney Morning Herald6 days ago 'Time for Cook to prove himself as captain'  BBC1 month ago
Times Live South Africa

ECB must ask 'what is best for the team'

After nine Tests without a win and 26 innings since he made the last of his England record 25 Test hundreds, Cook's position has come under intense scrutiny, with the opener out for just 10 in his side's first innings in the ongoing second Test ...
 Times Live South Africa4 days ago All too much for Cook  The Witness4 days ago Vaughan joins list of ex-England captains to doubt Cook's future  Yahoo! Maktoob News4 days ago Vaughan voices Cook concern  News244 days ago

Murali Vijay: Were pumped up to do something special

London: India look good to win their first Test at Lord's in 28 years. As Sir Ian Botham put it, it's for India now to lose the match. Requiring 319 to take the lead in the five-Test series, England were clearly in need of oxygen. At stumps on the ...
 Calcutta Telegraph4 days ago
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