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02 Rob Houwing, Sport24 chief writer Cape Town South Africa must guard against pushing young batsman/wicketkeeper phenomenon Quinton de Kock too hard, too quickly, says glove-work predecessor Mark Boucher .
Former PCB chairman Zaka Ashraf was keen to start the league after continuous failure in his pursuit to bring back international cricket to Pakistan. He wanted international players to feature in the event and had already started planning
Dropped' Umar Akmal chided for childishness in 'being fit' claim Karachi, Aug 21 : Pakistan batsman Umar Akmal has claimed that he is completely fit after being replaced by wicketkeeper Sarfraz Ahmed for the tour of Zimbabwe for being 'medically
Bangladesh Cricket Board's (BCB) Anti-Corruption Code during the 2013 Bangladesh Premier League, the ICC and the BCB announced on Tuesday. The charges relate to an alleged conspiracy within the Dhaka Gladiators franchise to engage in match-fixing and
Cricket's governing body has formed a five-member committee to consider a request from Pakistan that the conditions of Mohammad Aamer's ban for spot-fixing be relaxed. The 21-year-old paceman, regarded as hot property in international cricket, was
Chairperson of the Pakistan Cricket Board women`s wing Bushra Aitzaz said the national team had shown lot of courage by going to play in India in the ICC World Cup and other countries, including India, must now reciprocate by playing in Pakistan. "
No international matches have been played in Pakistan since March 2009, when militants attacked the Sri Lankans during a Test match in the eastern city of Lahore, killing eight Pakistanis and wounding seven visiting players. The Pakistan Super League
South Africa were the last major team to complete a tour of Pakistan before gunmen attacked the Sri Lankan squad in Lahore in 2009, resulting in a four-year boycott of the country by every other cricketing nation. The memories of that tour are still
The Pakistan Cricket Board's (PCB) decision to hold back its players from participating in the Bangladesh Premier League (BPL) was met with disapproval by the cricketers who rarely get a chance to take part in similar cash-strapped events. The
When Bapu Nadkarni and Ramakant Desai played a friendly limited overs cricket tie at Dhurva on the outskirts of Ranchi, they hardly believed the area would one day host India-England ODI at the state-of-the-art cricket complex 40 years later.