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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
India's powerful board elects Thakur president
India's cricket board on Sunday elected 41-year-old current secretary Anurag Thakur as its youngest ever president, one of the most powerful positions in world sport. Read full article
MCL vows to pay overdue wages
CEO of T20 cricket league for retired greats in the UAE on Friday promised its players will receive their final wages that were due more than two months ago and vowed the competition would return next year. Read full article
Steyn signs for Glamorgan
South Africa fast bowling great Dale Steyn will join Glamorgan for the first part of the English domestic Twenty20 competition, the county side announced Friday. Read full article
Ambrose replaced as Windies bowling coach
West Indies great Curtly Ambrose has been replaced as bowling consultant for the Caribbean test nation by Roderick Estwick, the West Indies Cricket Board said on Friday. Read full article
Shanaka sparks SL revival in final Eng warm-up
Shanaka's 91 not out helped Sri Lanka recover from a tricky position on Friday's opening day against Leicestershire in their final warm-up match before next week's first test against England. Read full article
Dravid, Mahela join ICC committee
Rahul Dravid and Mahela Jayawardene joined the ICC's cricket committee on Friday in the first major appointments at the game's governing body since India's Shashank Manohar was elected chairman. Read full article
Manohar elected unopposed as ICC chairman
India's Shashank Manohar has been elected unopposed as the first independent chairman of the International Cricket Council (ICC), the governing body said on Thursday. Read full article
Windies commentator Cozier dies at 75
Tony Cozier, a legendary West Indies cricket writer and commentator for more than a half century, died on Wednesday morning in Barbados, the West Indies Cricket Board announced. He was 75. Read full article
Clarke to star in Hong Kong T20
Former Australia captain Michael Clarke will headline Hong Kong's Twenty20 Blitz this month as he pursues a comeback in cricket's shortest form. Read full article
Manohar says conscience made him quit
Shashank Manohar said his conscience forced him to resign as India's cricket board chief after he walked away from the embattled organisation in a dispute over introducing wide-ranging reforms. Read full article
'Safer helmet wouldn't have saved Hughes'
Phillip Hughes would not have been sufficiently protected from the ball that struck and killed him during a cricket match 18 months ago even if he had been wearing the highest-standard helmet. Read full article
India tickled pink over twilight tests
India, a country notoriously slow to adopt new ideas, has now embraced the concept of day-night test matches and it will surely not be long before twilight five-day games. Read full article
Middlesex move for Aussie batsman Bailey
Australia batsman and former limited-overs captain George Bailey will join Middlesex at the end of next month, the English county announced on Tuesday. Read full article
BCB lifts ban on disgraced Shahadat
Bangladesh lifted a ban on disgraced fast bowler Shahadat Hossain on Tuesday, allowing him to play domestic matches weeks after he apologised for torturing an 11-year-old girl he employed as a maid. Read full article
Manohar quits as India board chief
Shashank Manohar resigned as the president of the Indian cricket board on Tuesday, as the embattled organisation comes under growing pressure from the country's top court. Read full article
In front or behind?
This is a question which has - since introduced by Bob Woolmer - infuriated some of cricket's traditionalists: whether it is better to be behind the stumps or in front of them when effecting a run out. Read full article
CSA sends players on spin course
Cricket South Africa (CSA) today announced a squad of eight spin bowlers and six batsmen to attend a spin bowling course in Mumbai, India, from May 14 to 21. Read full article
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