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ICC approves rollback of 'Big Three'
The ICC board has voted to pass a new financial model to reverse a 2014 decision which effectively put India, England and Australia in control of the game's finances and administration. Read full article
Bracewell in drink-drive guilty plea
New Zealand fast bowler Doug Bracewell pleaded guilty to drink-driving on Thursday, admitting he was "deeply embarrassed" over the latest alcohol-fuelled incident to mar his career. Read full article
English T20 tournament gets green light
A new city-based Twenty20 tournament in England was given the go-ahead to start in 2020 following an England and Wales Cricket Board meeting on Wednesday. Read full article
County catch-up: Protea openers shine
Stephen Cook and Dean Elgar were both in the runs in the third round of the County Championship in England with several other South Africans also on display. Read full article
Siddle dumped as Agar, Cartwright offered contracts
Fast bowler Peter Siddle and batsman Shaun Marsh were the biggest names to miss out as allrounders Ashton Agar, Hilton Cartwright and paceman Billy Stanlake received their first Australia national contracts. Read full article
China bowled out in World League qualifier
China were humiliated as they were bowled out for 28 by Saudi Arabia and crashed to a 390-run defeat in a World Cricket League regional qualifier in Thailand on Saturday. Read full article
Southee signs on with Middlesex
New Zealand pace bowler Tim Southee has agreed to play for Middlesex during the English county's Twenty20 Blast campaign. Read full article
Philander sidelined with groin injury
South Africa all-rounder Vernon Philander will miss Sussex's One-Day Cup group stage fixtures after suffering a groin injury. Read full article
Gayle first to hit 10,000 Twenty20 runs
Chris Gayle has become the first batsman to accumulate 10,000 Twenty20 runs, going past the milestone during a match-winning blitz in the Indian Premier League. Read full article
New laws introduced
Cricket umpires have been given the power to eject disobedient players while tethered bails will be permitted to protect wicketkeepers from eye injuries as part of a series of law changes Read full article
Afghanistan to play MCC at Lord's
Afghanistan's cricketers will play at Lord's for the first time in July after being granted a fixture against the MCC. Read full article
O'Keefe sanctioned for drunken incident
Stephen O'Keefe has been fined A$20 000 ($15 000) and banned from a domestic one-day tournament after making "highly inappropriate comments" while under the influence of alcohol. Read full article
Kirsten to coach Hurricanes in BBL
South Africa's Gary Kirsten will be in charge of the Hobart Hurricanes for the next two Australian Big Bash League seasons, the club announced on Monday. Read full article
Carberry hits ton on return from cancer
Michael Carberry enjoyed a fairytale return to first class cricket following his battle with cancer, scoring a century for county side Hampshire in their pre-season fixture against Cardiff MCCU. Read full article
Morgan defends new T20 tournament
The new Twenty20 tournament being planned by the England and Wales Cricket Board will not hurt the existing 18 counties, England's limited overs captain Eoin Morgan has said. Read full article
Aussies hire Wood as coach for CT
Julian Wood has been hired by Cricket Australia (CA) to help with preparations for the Champions Trophy being played in England and Wales in June, the Times has reported. Read full article
PCB chief to step down in August
Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chief Shaharyar Khan will not seek another term in office due to personal and health reasons and is to step down in August when his current tenure ends. Read full article
Taylor joins Northants' coaching staff
Forced to retire by a rare heart condition, former England batsman James Taylor is back in cricket after joining Northamptonshire's coaching team Read full article
ICC mulling bid for Olympic inclusion
The time is right for cricket to return to the Olympics and a decision on applying for inclusion in 2024 will have to be made within months. Read full article
Tributes pour in for Ahmed Kathrada
Cricket South Africa has paid tribute to anti-apartheid struggle icon Ahmed Kathrada, who died on Tuesday morning at the age of 87. Read full article
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