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Umpire uses shield to keep trouble out
Umpire Bruce Oxenford was involved in a landmark incident without even giving a decision as he pioneered the use of a protective shield for officials in international cricket on Friday. Read full article
Recovering Stokes back on duty for Durham
England allrounder Ben Stokes will continue his comeback after knee surgery by playing as a specialist batsman for Durham in the T20 Blast against Yorkshire on Friday evening. Read full article
Behardien signs for Foxes T20 Blast
Farhaan Behardien will replace injured compatriot Rilee Rossouw in the Leicestershire Foxes T20 Blast squad, the English side announced on Thursday. Read full article
Asif plots test comeback – in Norway
Mohammad Asif has ended up playing in Norway as he plots a return to test cricket, five years after a notorious spot-fixing scandal, a report said. Read full article
Shami in the pink over D/N tests
India fast bowler Mohammed Shami has offered positive feedback on the pink ball in Indian conditions, after it was used on an experimental basis during a domestic game at Eden Gardens. Read full article
Shuvo receives serious head injury
Bangladesh's international cricketer Suhrawadi Shuvo was hospitalised Saturday after he was hit on the neck by a bouncer during a domestic league match. Read full article
Bears hoping to have Blast with Wade
Australian international wicketkeeper Matthew Wade will join the Birmingham Bears for the final six matches of the Twenty20 Blast series, the club announced on Wednesday. Read full article
Delport to play in England’s T20 Blast
Sunfoil Dolphins’ hard-hitting opening batsman Cameron Delport has started his short term innings with Leicestershire County Cricket Club in England where his hard hitting skills will be put to good use. Read full article
Sobers leads Lord's tribute to Ali
Garfield Sobers, arguably cricket's greatest allrounder, led a special tribute to Muhammad Ali at Lord's on Friday that coincided with the boxing legend's funeral. Read full article
India unveil six new test venues
Often accused of not taking cricket's longest format seriously, India unveiled six new test venues on Thursday and announced a busy 2016-17 home season Read full article
Taylor has fresh operation
Former England batsman James Taylor has had an operation to fit a defribillator as he continues treatment for the heart condition that dramatically cut short his cricket career. Read full article
ICC inisist they have learnt from McCullum case
The International Cricket Council said on Tuesday they had improved their procedures for handling evidence of match-fixing after coming under fire from Brendon McCullum. Read full article
Kepler's son, SA-born Lumb hit record
English cricket's record books were rewritten twice in an astonishing run spree at Trent Bridge on Monday which saw a record one-day partnership and the most aggregate runs scored in a List A match. Read full article
Baz calls for more professional ICC
Brendon McCullum said on Monday he stood by the evidence he gave against New Zealand great Chris Cairns as he urged the International Cricket Council to be more 'professional'. Read full article
ICC calls for clampdown on bat size
Anil Kumble and several other former test players on an ICC committee have urged the sport's law-makers to bring in new restrictions on the size of bats admid concerns over a glut of run-scoring. Read full article
Test home comforts a worry for ICC
International Cricket Council chief executive David Richardson believes tests will be more evenly contested if schedules are changed so that visiting teams have more time to adjust to local conditions. Read full article
Ntini steps in as Zim sacks coach
Zimbabwe have axed their coach Dav Whatmore and captain Hamilton Masakadza just days before the arrival of India for a five-match limited-overs tour. Read full article
Aus embrace technology in Ashes quest
Australia are resorting to guided missile technology to help their fast bowlers reclaim the Ashes from England next year. Read full article
Gayle says sexism row was just a 'little fun'
Chris Gayle has insisted controversial comments he made to a female television reporter earlier this year were "just a little fun" as he turned on critics including Andrew Flintoff and Ian Chappell. Read full article
India boss says 'not running away'
The new chief of India's embattled cricket board said Sunday the body was not "running away" from reforms following corruption scandals. Read full article
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