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South Africa remembers Clive Rice
Across the cricketing fraternity, the whole of South Africa paid their respects to the country's first captain after isolation, Clive Rice, who passed away on July 28. Read full article
Hadlee pays tribute to 'magnificent' Rice
New Zealand legend Richard Hadlee paid tribute to former Nottinghamshire teammate Clive Rice on Wednesday, describing the South African as one of the greatest cricketers never to have played a test match. Read full article
Clive Rice - a colossus, an inspiration
Clive Rice, the first post-apartheid captain of South Africa and a famed allrounder, finally succumbed to an opponent he could not beat when he died Tuesday, five days after his 66th birthday. Read full article
Clive Rice passes away, aged 66
Former allrounder Clive Rice, the first post-apartheid captain of South Africa, died Tuesday aged 66, an official from the national cricket association said. Read full article
Oman, Afghanistan grab final World T20 spots
Oman's fairytale rise as a cricket nation continued Thursday when they qualified for next year's World Twenty20 in India. Read full article
Bairstow shines for York after Eng recall
Jonny Bairstow marked his England recall with an unbeaten fifty as reigning champions Yorkshire beat Worcestershire by seven wickets on the final day of their County Championship clash at Scarborough. Read full article
England T20 winner Yardy to retire
Sussex allrounder Michael Yardy – a member of the England side that won the 2010 World Twenty20 in the Caribbean – is to retire at the end of the season, it was announced on Tuesday. Read full article
SA pair in 501 stand for Lancashire
South African batsmen Ashwell Prince and Alviro Petersen piled on a record 501 runs for the third wicket in Lancashire's county championship match against Glamorgan on Monday. Read full article
Ponting has Olympic T20 vision
Australia great Ricky Ponting has given his public support to calls by the MCC world cricket committee for Twenty20 cricket to be included as an Olympic sport. Read full article
ICC should push for Olympic spot - MCC
The Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC) has urged the sport's ruling body to try to get the game's Twenty20 international format into the Olympics. Read full article
New Zealand to host Sheffield Shield
A domestic Sheffield Shield match will be played outside Australia for the first time when New South Wales face Western Australia in New Zealand next year, Cricket Australia said on Thursday. Read full article
Club batsman suffers fatal blow
A batsman playing in the British Tamil League has died after being struck in the chest, it was announced on Wednesday. Read full article
I'm teetotal to ward off depression - Flintoff
Andrew "Freddie" Flintoff, whose image as a heavy, fun-loving drinker was sealed by his animated victory celebrations, has opened up about now being teetotal as part of his battle with depression. Read full article
Former Eng wicketkeeper Taylor suffers heart attack
Former England and Derbyshire wicketkeeper Bob Taylor is to undergo a heart bypass operation after suffering a heart attack on Friday his former county Derbyshire confirmed. Read full article
McCullum sets T20 Blast record
Brendon McCullum's explosive hitting saw him set a new record in the English T20 Blast competition on Friday with a blistering 158 not out off 64 balls for his county Warwickshire. Read full article
Faulkner charged with drink-driving
Australia allrounder James Faulkner has been charged with drink-driving by Greater Manchester Police, Cricket Australia said on Friday. Read full article
Van der Merwe makes Dutch switch
South African limited overs specialist Roelof van der Merwe has made himself available immediately to represent the Netherlands after receiving his Dutch passport. Read full article
Gambhir working to revive India career
India discard Gautam Gambhir is training in Perth under former Australia test batsman Justin Langer to revive his international career, finetuning skills that made him the world's No 1 test batsman in 2009. Read full article
Sheffield Shield match to honour Hughes
New South Wales and South Australia will play a Sheffield Shield match in honour of Phillip Hughes near to the former test batsman's home next year. Read full article
American governing body suspended again
Cricket's hopes of establishing a foothold in the United States suffered a setback on Friday when the country's ruling body was suspended for a third time by the International Cricket Council (ICC). Read full article
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