• BCCI, ICC broker peace over financial model
  • Kohli's India face the Caribbean grind
  • Onus on South Africa to find fighting spirit
  • Onus on South Africa to find their fighting spirit
  • New Zealand’s Luke Ronchi retires from international cricket

BCCI, ICC broker peace over financial model

The BCCI’s original demand stood at US$ 570 million © ESPNcricinfo Ltd Peace has broken out in world cricket, as the BCCI and ICC have finally reached an agreement on a new finance model. The bare facts are that the BCCI will receive a little over US$100 million more than what was agreed upon by a vast majority of the ICC Board in meetings in April and most of the…

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Kohli's India face the Caribbean grind

Match Facts June 23, 2017Start time 0900 local (1300 GMT) All eyes will be on Virat Kohli following Anil Kumble’s exit © ICC Big Picture Take out India’s 20-7 win-loss record since the start of their home season last year, and you have a team on very shaky ground. Misunderstandings between captain and coach which led to the coach quitting even as the squad was mid-flight to the Caribbean, a…

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Onus on South Africa to find fighting spirit

Match Facts June 23, 2017Start time 5pm local (1600 GMT) Jonny Bairstow seized his chance to start another England match with 60 not out from 35 balls © Getty Images Big Picture What are we to make of South Africa’s efforts on their tour of England so far? They arrived in the country as the world’s No.1 ODI side, but having impressed only in spurts in their 2-1 series defeat…

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Onus on South Africa to find their fighting spirit

Match Facts June 23, 2017Start time 5pm local (1600 GMT) Jonny Bairstow seized his chance to start another England match with 60 not out from 35 balls © Getty Images Big Picture What are we to make of South Africa’s efforts on their tour of England so far? They arrived in the country as the world’s No.1 ODI side, but having impressed only in spurts in their 2-1 series defeat…

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New Zealand’s Luke Ronchi retires from international cricket

After making his International debut for Australia in 2008 and later joining New Zealand, Luke Ronchi announces his retirement from the international game, says the time is right to focus on his family. After making his International debut for Australia in 2008 and later joining New Zealand in 2012, wicketkeeper-batsman Luke Ronchi announces his retirement from the international game, says the time is right to focus on his family. Ronchi,…

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ICC World Women’s Cup 2017: Full squad of the Indian team that plays in England

Mithali Raj-led Indian side will begin their ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 campaign on June 24 at County Ground, Derby. The Indian team would be looking to turn fortunes for themselves as they experienced a dismal run in the last edition in 2013. Mithali Raj-led Indian side will begin their ICC Women’s World Cup 2017 campaign against hosts England on June 24 at County Ground, Derby. The Indian team would…

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Sarfraz Ahmed set to be appointed as Pakistan’s Test captain

When PCB Chairman Shaharyar Khan, the head of the executive committee, Najam Sethi were in London for the Champions Trophy, it had been decided to promote Sarfaraz Ahmed as Test captain. Sarfraz Ahmed may be made Pakistan’s Test captain. According to PTI, Pakistan’s limited over skipper was already made captain when Pakistan Cricket Board chairman Shaharyar Khan and Najam Sethi were in England for the final of the ICC Champions…

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England make light work of clumsy South Africa, win first T20I by nine wickets

England ran over a hapless South African side as they chased down a target of 143 with nine wickets and nearly six overs to spare. Jonny Bairstow and Alex Hales were the men who saw the hosts through. JJ Smuts was making his third appearance for South Africa when he came out to open the innings with Reeza Hendricks against England. But an appearance was all he made. The first…

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Playing for NZ was an easy decision – Ronchi

Play 04:50 Archive – ‘Moving was easy, not trying would’ve been a lot harder’ It was a “dream to play international cricket” that made the newly-retired Luke Ronchi switch allegiances from Australia to New Zealand back in 2012. Steady performances since his first-class debut for Western Australia in 2002-03 – and an untimely injury to Brad Haddin – shoehorned Ronchi into Australia’s tour of the Caribbean in 2008. He showed…

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