Monday, 31 October 2011

ICC rebukes Pietersen for questioning umpires in 20-20 international

The International Cricket Council (ICC) has reprimanded key England batsman Kevin Pietersen for showing disdain at an umpire's decision during his team's six-wicket victory over India in a Twenty20 International at Kolkata's Eden Gardens on Saturday.

Injured McKay doubtful for Bulawayo Test against Zimbabwe

New Zealand's preparations for the one-off Test against Zimbabwe have taken yet another hit as fast bowler Andy McKay has been struck down with a stomach bug.

Using Jesse Ryder as specialist batsman isn't far away, says Taylor

New Zealand captain Ross Taylor has admitted that injured all-rounder Jesse Ryder's days at the bowling crease in international cricket could be numbered.

Yuvraj launches his cricket academy

Indian cricketer Yuvraj Singh Monday launched his dream project, state-of-the-art training centres for budding cricketers at Pathways Schools in Noida, Balliawas and Aravali in Haryana's Gurgaon district.

West Indies 355 & 207-3 v Bangladesh 231 - close

West Indies were 207 for three wickets in their second innings at stumps on the third day of the second test against Bangladesh on Monday.

PCB knocked back plans for improving players' fitness levels: Ex-fitness trainer

Pakistan cricket team's former fitness trainer David Dwyer has confirmed rumours that his plans for improving players' fitness levels were knocked back by the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB).

Pakistan crowned Hong Kong Sixes champions

Pakistan has been crowned Hong Kong Sixes champions after they defeated England by 35 runs on Sunday.

PCB won't compromise on discipline, says Zaka Ashraf

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB)'s new chairman Zaka Ashraf has said that he would not tolerate any groupism or indiscipline from the players.

Bishoo strikes earn West Indies first innings lead

West Indies were 27 for one wicket in their second innings after leg-spinner Devendra Bishoo struck twice to help dismiss Bangladesh for 231 on the third day of the second test on Monday.

PCB likely to undergo changes under new chairman Zaka Ashraf

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB)'s new chairman Zaka Ashraf is likely to fire some senior officials and also make some placement changes, it has been claimed.