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The decision review system (DRS), along with the playing conditions at the 2015 World Cup, is set to dominate the proceeding at the two-day ICC chief executives' committee (CEC) meeting in Dubai on September 16 and 17. Sri Lanka, Pakistan and
Getty Images Australia's 3½-month tour of duty and discovery in England ends on Monday, but for many in Michael Clarke's team, and the people managing it, the test of endurance is just beginning. Clarke, Shane Watson, James Faulkner, Phillip Hughes
The England and Wales Cricket Board will push for the development of a training programme specifically designed to improve the standard of television umpires after a series of errors this summer. The ECB remains committed to supporting the Decision
Simon Alekna John Inverarity says he still has the appetite to lead the selection panel and promises a more settled team when Australia attempts to win back the Ashes this summer. Almost two years into the job as full-time national selector, the
Getty Images The Perth Test has been dumped from the summer program for next year's India tour in a decision described as "devastating" by the Western Australian Cricket Association. India, which was thrashed in less than three days in Perth in
Mitchell Johnson tipped for 'big role' in Ashes rematch Australia fast bowler Mitchell Johnson can play a major part in their quest to regain the Ashes down under, the team's former paceman Jason Gillespie said. Johnson, a 31-year-old with 205 Test
Australian coach Darren Berry says a revamped 2013-14 program will require adjustment but backed his men to continue their short-form proficiency. Cricket Australia has confirmed a new-look domestic schedule featuring a condensed, three-week, 20-game
Indian-origin Australian first-class cricketer Gurinder Sandhu has said that Australian cricket is fast losing its `pale and stale` image with increasing cultural diversity in the team, which more accurately reflects modern Australian society.
Australian domestic tournament, Ryobi Cup will be a month-long competition held entirely at Sydney suburban grounds, as part of a dramatic revamp of the domestic schedule unveiled by Cricket Australia recently.
The Ryobi Cup will be played exclusively in Sydney as a standalone tournament at the start of Australia's domestic summer this season, leaving space for only three rounds of Sheffield Shield cricket before the first Ashes Test. Three weeks from the