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Kingsmead, Queen’s Park risk sanctions
Durban's Kingsmead and Queen's Park Oval in Port of Spain risk sanctions after outfields at both venues were rated as "poor" by match referees following drawn tests this week, the ICC said on Wednesday. Read full article
Pink ball makes first-class debut in India
India's experiment with the pink ball in the Duleep Trophy domestic championship met with major embarrassment after floodlight failure interrupted play for over an hour in the day-night match. Read full article
TV umpire to call no-balls in Eng-Pak ODIs
A system where the third umpire is responsible for the calling of front-foot no-balls will be trialled during the upcoming England-Pakistan one-day series, the International Cricket Council.. Read full article
CSA pays tribute to Makhenkesi Stofile
Cricket South Africa (CSA) has paid tribute to the Reverend Makhenkesi Arnold Stofile who died yesterday at his home town of Alice, Eastern Cape, at the age of 72. Read full article
Starc keeps eye on kid brother in Rio
Australian fast bowler Mitchell Starc swelled with family pride Monday after his kid brother Brandon earned a spot in the final of the men's high jump at the Olympics. Read full article
Bangladesh lifts Ashraful ban
Bangladesh's cricket authorities Saturday partially lifted the ban on former captain Mohammad Ashraful, allowing him to play in selected domestic competitions, officials said. Read full article
Legendary Hanif Mohammad dies
Former Pakistan batsman Hanif Mohammad, who compiled the longest innings in test history, died on Thursday in a Karachi hospital after a prolonged illness, doctors said. Read full article
Clarke given MCC honourary life membership
Former Australia captain Michael Clarke was given an honourary life membership of the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) on Tuesday. Read full article
O'Keefe fined for Sydney hotel incident
Australian spinner Steve O'Keefe was fined 10 000 Australian dollars ($7 624) by his board following an incident at a Sydney hotel late on Saturday. Read full article
Cricket outside Oly as Sachin enjoys rugby
Sachin Tendulkar sitting in the stands on the first morning of the Rio Games rugby competition on Saturday was a reminder that at least one major international sport remains outside the Olympic embrace. Read full article
Tuks is going to help Malawi cricketers
If the Malawi cricket team should qualify to compete at a World Cup in the next few years it will to a certain extent be due to the vision of the High Performance Centre (HPC) and the Tuks Cricket Club. Read full article
Retired paceman Johnson signs for Big Bash
Australian fast bowler Mitchell Johnson, who retired from international cricket last year citing a lack of hunger, has signed for a Twenty20 team in the domestic Big Bash League (BBL). Read full article
Australia extend Lehmann's contract
Cricket Australia said on Monday it has extended the contract of head coach Darren Lehmann until October 2019 to keep him in place during the next Ashes series and World Cup. Read full article
CPL eyes US ahead of T20 games
The first ever Caribbean Premier League games in Florida could be the launchpad for the United States to have its own T20 cricket franchise, organisers of the tournament said. Read full article
Past and present Proteas enjoy the moment
Cricket South Africa celebrated 25 years of history with an Anniversary Gala Dinner on Monday night with cricketers past and present celebrating the milestone at the Sandton Convention Centre. Read full article
Collingwood extends Durham stay
Former England captain Paul Collingwood's long-running love affair with Durham will be extended to 22 years after he signed a one-year extension to his present contract on Tuesday. Read full article
Murali mounts blistering attack on SL
Sri Lanka's record-breaking spinner Muttiah Muralitharan launched a blistering attack on Monday on his former bosses after they complained about his behaviour in his new role as a mentor to Australia. Read full article
No ministers, bureaucrats for BCCI
India's top court has barred ministers and bureaucrats from holding posts in the country's cricket board as part of administrative reforms in the world's richest national cricket body. Read full article
Pakistan buys bulletproof buses
The Pakistan Cricket Board has bought four bulletproof buses as it tries to convince other teams to shed their security apprehensions and visit the country. Read full article
Russell's anti-doping hearing next week
West Indies all-rounder Andre Russell will face a preliminary hearing before an independent anti-doping disciplinary panel next week over a whereabouts rule violation, his lawyer Patrick Foster sai Read full article
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