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Malik to get frozen pension funds from PCB
Former Pakistan captain Salim Malik, who was banned for life for match fixing in 2000, will have money from frozen pension funds released to him by the Pakistan Cricket Board. Read full article
KP to play in Big Bash T20 league
Former England batsman Kevin Pietersen has signed to play for the Melbourne Stars in Australian cricket's Big Bash Twenty20 League next season. Read full article
Chingoka quits as Zim cricket boss
Peter Chingoka has unexpectedly stepped down from his position after 22 years at the helm, as the organisation also announced changes at both coach and captaincy level after its board meeting in Harare. Read full article
Cricket stays out of Commonwealth Games
Cricket's absence from Commonwealth Games will continue at least until the 2018 Games in Australia after the International Cricket Council (ICC) turned down an invitation from the governing body. Read full article
Trott claims first ton since illness break
England batsman Jonathan Trott scored his first century since returning to top-level cricket after a stress-related illness during Warwickshire's County Championship game against Sussex on Wednesday Read full article
Pakistan unveils new domestic league
Pakistan's cricket administration on Wednesday unveiled a new domestic league revamp, though demands to remove commercial and government department teams from the competition were ignored. Read full article
Fans urged to donate to Pakistanis
Pakistan's cricket stars on Tuesday appealed to fans to donate more money for more than 800 000 people displaced by a military offensive in the restive northwest. Read full article
Supreme court orders new PCB chief election
The supreme court in Pakistan has directed Najam Sethi to continue as the country's cricket board chief for one week before an acting Pakistan Cricket Board chairman can be appointed to oversee new elections. Read full article
Rudolph passes the doosra-test
Jacques Rudolph is fast approaching another milestone in first-class cricket, and has recently passed the ultimate “doosra-test” against a spinner considered the best in the world. Read full article
Collier to step down as ECB chief
David Collier is set to step down from his role as chief executive of the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) after a decade in charge, British media reported on Saturday. Read full article
Katich ends playing career
Former Australia test opener Simon Katich brought the final curtain down on his cricket career by retiring from the Twenty20 format on Saturday. Read full article
Pakistan court reinstates Sethi
Pakistan's Supreme Court reinstated Najam Sethi as chairman of the country's cricket board on Friday, a day after he was removed from the post. Read full article
Pakistan seek ICC help over Malik challenge
Pakistan officials have asked the International Cricket Council (ICC) for advice following former captain Salim Malik's plea to have his 2000 life ban for match-fixing removed. Read full article
Big three have hijacked the game - Bacher
Despite Cricket SA's top brass justifying its decision to vote to give the "big three" more power in international cricket, former cricket boss Ali Bacher has spoken out against cricket's direction. Read full article
Strauss in KP swearing storm
Former England captain Andrew Strauss was "mortified" and "profusely sorry" after initiating a fresh row regarding Kevin Pietersen by making highly offensive comments about his old test colleague. Read full article
Lee breaks Warne's hand at Lord's
Shane Warne suffered a broken hand after being struck by an unintentional beamer from former Australia teammate Brett Lee in the MCC's seven-wicket win over the Rest of the World at Lord's on Saturday. Read full article
Rain puts Flintoff return on hold
Andrew Flintoff's possible comeback to competitive cricket following a five-year absence was frustrated by the weather in Birmingham on Friday. Read full article
ICC admits image dented by allegations
N Srinivasan, the new chairman of cricket's world governing body, admitted the sport's image had taken a battering after disgraced New Zealand batsman Lou Vincent was banned for life for match-mixing. Read full article
Vincent opens up on fixing involvement
Disgraced cricketer Lou Vincent was motivated by greed, his disappointment at the end of his NZ international career and the feeling he could not say 'no' to his 'hero' to agree to get involved. Read full article
'Vincent life ban will act as deterrent'
Michael Vaughan and Steve Harmison are hoping the life ban handed out to Lou Vincent for match-fixing will act as a deterrent to other players tempted to cheat the sport. Read full article
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