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‘Cairns result hurts fixing fight’
The acquittal of former New Zealand captain Chris Cairns on match-fixing-linked perjury charges is a serious blow for efforts to stamp out corruption within the game, commentators said Wednesday. Read full article
NZ Cricket back McCullum after Cairns verdict
New Zealand Cricket have promised to support Brendon McCullum after former test allrounder Chris Cairns was acquitted of perjury in London despite evidence given against him by the Black Caps captain. Read full article
Cairns cleared of match-fixing charges
Former New Zealand cricket captain Chris Cairns was on Monday cleared of perjury charges over match-fixing after a British trial which he said had been "hell". Read full article
Aussie media see pink ball appeal
The first ever pink ball test in Adelaide was warmly received by Australian commentators on Saturday, with several likening the day-night match to playing under darkened English skies. Read full article
Cairns jury to return on Monday
The jury in the perjury trial of former New Zealand captain Chris Cairns will return to court on Monday after being unable to come to a verdict after two days of deliberations. Read full article
Helmets to be compulsory in English cricket
Helmets will be compulsory from next season for all batsmen, wicketkeepers and close fielders in English county cricket, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) said on Friday. Read full article
MCC think-tank proposes DRS rule change
The influential World Cricket Committee has proposed a change to the Decision Review System (DRS), the law-making Marylebone Cricket Club said on Friday. Read full article
English cricket to ditch toss tradition
English cricket will feature a major change to the tradition of the pre-match coin toss to decide which team bats first in 2016, the England and Wales Cricket Board announced on Thursday. Read full article
Safety in focus, one year after Hughes tragedy
On the first anniversary of the tragic death of Australian batsman Phillip Hughes, questions are being asked about safety – and the new pink ball being used at this week's historic day-night test. Read full article
ECB to discuss abolishing toss
A proposal to abolish the pre-match toss deciding which team bats first will be discussed at a meeting of the England and Wales Cricket Board on Thursday. Read full article
Jury retires in Cairns perjury trial
Jurors in the London perjury trial of former New Zealand cricket captain Chris Cairns retired to consider their verdicts on Tuesday and were told to return to court on Friday. Read full article
Test makeover faces its pink revolution
Venerable test cricket, 138 years after its origins, is about to get a glitzy makeover in this week's first-ever day-night test match between Australia and New Zealand in Adelaide. Read full article
Ming in Chinese first for Big Bash
Hong Kong's Ming Li on Monday became the first Chinese cricketer to join Australia's Twenty20 Big Bash League, after honing his bowling by watching YouTube videos of Shane Warne. Read full article
Amir in B’desh on redemption road
Mohammad Amir's last appearance on a cricket pitch outside his native Pakistan led to a six-month sentence in a British prison for corruption. Read full article
ICC to explore cricket's Olympic inclusion
Cricket's administrative body on Sunday said that after a positive meeting with the officials of the IOC it will explore ways to remove hurdles for the sport's inclusion at the Summer Games. Read full article
CSA pays tribute to Van Schoor
Cricket South Africa has paid tribute to Namibian cricketer Raymond van Schoor, who passed away tragically on Friday at the age of 25. Read full article
Hafeez refuses to play in Amir's team
Senior Pakistan batsman Mohammad Hafeez on Saturday became the first cricketer to refuse to play alongside Mohammad Amir. Read full article
Waqar refutes fixing claims in Sharjah
Pakistan head coach Waqar Younis on Friday brushed aside British tabloid claims of match-fixing against his team in their six-wicket defeat in the third one-day international against England. Read full article
Judge cautions jury in Cairns trial
The judge in the perjury trial of former New Zealand captain Chris Cairns warned a jury on Friday to be "particularly cautious" regarding the evidence of self-confessed match-fixer Lou Vincent. Read full article
Clarke slams teammates in new book
Former Australia skipper Michael Clarke on Thursday broke his silence on the criticism he received after announcing his retirement during the recent Ashes series loss in England. Read full article
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