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The Asian Cricket Council Premier League is set to commence from May 1 in Malaysia, with tournament favourites Afghanistan up against Hong Kong in the first match. The 50-over competition features six teams, of which Afghanistan, Hong Kong and UAE
The International Cricket Council World Twenty20 tournament batted off Sunday in Bangladesh and the hosts who left Asia Cup a week ago without posting a single win were in their element. In Summary The 2014 edition of the tournament is formatted in
It will see four matches (listed below) streamed live at icc-cricket.com from the Bert Sutcliffe Oval in Lincoln, allowing cricket fans across the globe to follow the live action from the business end of the tournament, as it unfolds in New Zealand.
Jimmy Hansra has been appointed captain of the Canada team for the 2015 World Cup Qualifier, which begins on January 13, 2014 in New Zealand. Hansra will succeed Ashish Bagai as the Canada captain after the latter announced his retirement last week.
Ashish Bagai , the Canada captain and wicketkeeper-batsman, has announced his retirement. Bagai, who will turn 32 next month, debuted for Canada back in 1999 as a 17-year old...His most recent assignment was the unsuccessful campaign in the ICC World
Oman Cricket (OC) is gearing up to organise Twenty20 knockout cricket tournaments from February 21. According to a press release issued by the OC yesterday, teams registered with the Sultanate's cricket governing body for the current league matches
Gus Logie , the coach of Canada, has been let go due to the team's lack of results, Cricket Canada announced on Tuesday. Logie, the former West Indies batsman, who was appointed as coach of the national team in 2012, endured a difficult time at the
Afghanistan booked their berth in a third consecutive ICC World Twenty20 qualifier final after defeating Nepal by seven wickets in the first semi-final at Zayed Cricket Stadium in Abu Dhabi on Friday. In Saturday's final, Afghanistan will play the
Ravi, Adrian Holdstock, John Ward and match referee Graeme La Brooy under the ICC Regulations for the Review of Bowlers Reported with Suspected Illegal Bowling Actions following his side's 29-run victory over Papua-New Guinea in the ICC World
Hong Kong's Ali Shkawat is not available due to illness, and will be replaced by Ankur Sharma, a 30-year-old right-handed batsman and off-spin bowler. The confirmation was conveyed to the Hong Kong squad on behalf of the committee. Any request for a