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Aus given amnesty 'window' to report graft
Australian cricketers will be given an amnesty 'window' until the end of November to report any previous corruption-related information, the country's cricket board said on Monday. Read full article
McCullum to testify in Cairns perjury trial
New Zealand cricket captain Brendon McCullum said on Saturday he will testify against former teammate Chris Cairns in a perjury trial in London next year because he feels a duty "to protect the game." Read full article
'KP may never play in England again'
Kevin Pietersen may have played his last professional game of cricket in England, former international teammate Geraint Jones said on Thursday. Read full article
Doolan hits ton, Clarke fails in warm-up
One-drop batsman Alex Doolan hit a fighting hundred, but skipper Michael Clarke failed in Australia's four-day warm-up game against Pakistan 'A' in Sharjah on Thursday. Read full article
Cairns in court on perjury charge
New Zealand cricket great Chris Cairns appeared in a London court on Thursday charged with perjury relating to a libel action he brought in England in 2012. Read full article
Swann denies Gooch 'criminal' charge
Graeme Swann has insisted he did the right thing quitting midway through England's 5-0 Ashes series thrashing despite Graham Gooch calling the decision "criminal". Read full article
Pakistan look to revive home tours
Pakistan cricket chief Shaharyar Khan said on Monday that tours from second-tier and smaller teams could help revive domestic cricket hit by the fear of terrorist attacks. Read full article
‘Pietersen book tarnishes England era’
England captain Alastair Cook is "hurt" by accusations made in Kevin Pietersen's controversial autobiography, believing they have "tarnished" the team's highly successful period. Read full article
Strauss laments 'madness' of KP fall-out
Andrew Strauss has said English cricket could be damaged by the "madness" surrounding the publication of Kevin Pietersen's autobiography. Read full article
INTERVIEW - KP the misunderstood maverick
Maverick, innovator, game-changer, big-hitter, showman - accolades that Kevin Pietersen has lapped up ever since he decided to up sticks from his native South Africa and try his luck in England. Read full article
Stewart 'absolutely stands by' KP
Former England captain Alec Stewart insisted Wednesday that Kevin Pietersen had been right to complain of England players' involvement in a parody Twitter account mocking the star batsman. Read full article
Ponting backs Pietersen claims
Former Australia captain Ricky Ponting has spoken up in support of Kevin Pietersen's allegations of a "bullying" culture within the England team. Read full article
KP's misbehaviour document surfaces
Kevin Pietersen's monopoly of the airwaves and printed media regarding his claims of bullying in the England cricket team's dressingroom ended abruptly on Tuesday. Read full article
Harrison appointed CEO of ECB
Former Northamptonshire and Derbyshire cricketer Tom Harrison has been appointed as the new chief executive officer of the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB), the organisation announced on Tuesday. Read full article
KP claims Flower 'always had it in for me'
Kevin Pietersen claims Andy Flower was a power-crazy coach, who presided over a regime of bullying and "had it in for me" throughout his five-year reign in charge of the national side. Read full article
‘No way back for Pietersen’
Nasser Hussain said there was "no way back" for Kevin Pietersen after England's all-time leading run-scorer launched his autobiography with blistering attacks on Matt Prior and Andy Flower. Read full article
KP slams 'bullying' England culture
Kevin Pietersen has hit out at the "horrendous" bullying of some of his former England team-mates and accused former coach Andy Flower of "ruling by fear". Read full article
Chris Cairns charged with perjury
British prosecutors on Thursday charged former New Zealand great Chris Cairns with perjury. Read full article
Former stars attempt world record
When you're climbing Africa's tallest mountain to play the world's highest game of cricket, you'd better make sure you've got a spare ball. Read full article
Durham's Rushworth takes 15 wickets in a day
Durham seam bowler Chris Rushworth took 15 wickets on Wednesday as Northants were bowled out twice in less than 3-1/2 hours on their way to an innings defeat. Read full article
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