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English team bowled out for zero
A cricket team were bowled out for nought in just 20 balls to lose a game by 120 runs, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) reported on Thursday. Read full article
Cricket to trial red cards, sin-bins
Cricketers could soon find themselves removed from the ground or sin-binned for 10 overs as the sport's lawmakers trial new on-field sanctions to address the declining standards of player behaviour. Read full article
Warne lashes out at 'selfish' Steve Waugh
Cricket great Shane Warne has blasted former Australian captain Steve Waugh as "the most selfish cricketer I've played with" as a long-running feud between the pair showed no sign of ending. Read full article
'PSL can benefit Pakistan youngsters'
Andy Flower on Sunday says the Pakistan T20 league can benefit the country's budding players in the same way Indians have benefitted from their league. Read full article
Yasir Shah banned for doping
Pakistan legspinner Yasir Shah has been banned for three months after pleading guilty for a failed dope test last year, the International Cricket Council (ICC) said on Sunday. Read full article
Amir takes stunning hat-trick
Fast bowler Mohammad Amir, steadily rebuilding his career after being convicted of spot fixing, claimed a stunning hat-trick in the Pakistan Super League on Friday. Read full article
Fica encouraged by ICC direction
The Federation of International Cricketers' Associations (Fica) today responded to the outcomes of the recent ICC Board and Committee meetings. Read full article
ICC blow for India, England, Australia
The boards of India, England and Australia will no longer be permanent members of the International Cricket Council's decision-making executive committee, the governing body said. Read full article
Pakistan launch T20 league in UAE
Pakistan is set to launch its first franchise-based Twenty20 league in the UAE on Thursday as its cash-strapped cricket board seeks to boost revenues and reverse the national team's slide. Read full article
David Warner wins Allan Border medal
David Warner was named Australia's test player of the year Wednesday, beating captain Steve Smith for the Allan Border Medal. Read full article
Bodi admits charges, gets 20-year ban
Cricket South Africa has imposed a ban of 20 years on Gulam Bodi after he admitted charges of contriving or attempting to fix matches in the 2015 Ram Slam T20 Challenge Series. Read full article
Jack Bannister dies aged 85
Jack Bannister, a former BBC television cricket commentator and later the Talksport radio cricket correspondent, has died at the age of 85 on Saturday, January 23, 2016. Read full article
Fresh scandals haunt game as tennis reels
As the tennis world reels from match-fixing claims, fresh scandals have embroiled cricket, sparking skepticism of efforts to tackle corruption that has plagued the "gentleman's game" in recent years. Read full article
SLanka PM wants corruption claims probed
Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe said on Wednesday cricket match-fixing claims must be investigated out of fairness to the players and his country. Read full article
ICC bans Galle curator
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has suspended Galle stadium curator Jayananda Warnaweera for three years after the former test player failed to cooperate with anti-corruption officials. Read full article
Gayle fires Big Bash parting shot at critics
Controversial West Indian batsman Chris Gayle has hit back at critics of his allegedly sexist behaviour, telling them to kiss his "Black Rass". Read full article
McCullum to give Cowdrey Lecture
New Zealand captain Brendon McCullum will deliver this year's Spirit of Cricket Cowdrey Lecture at Lord's, the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) announced on Tuesday. Read full article
Hauritz announces retirement
Australia offspinner Nathan Hauritz announced his retirement from competitive cricket on Tuesday, bringing the curtain down on a 15-year career during which he represented the national side. Read full article
Sri Lanka coach gets fixing ban
Sri Lanka captain Angelo Mathews will appear before police on Tuesday to record a statement in connection with a match-fixing scandal that has led to the suspension of a fast bowling coach. Read full article
Gayle goes out with a bang
West Indian opener Chris Gayle went out with a bang in the Big Bash League, smashing the equal-fastest 50 in Twenty20 history, but his Melbourne Renegades will not be in the weekend's finals. Read full article
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