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Wednesday, 18 April 2012

Roach vows to attack Ponting


 West Indies pacer Kemar Roach, who rocked Ricky Ponting's career in 2009 by finding a chink in his armour, has vowed to take on the former Australian skipper during the remainder of the three-Test series.

Stuart Law to take up coaching role at Australia academy


REUTERS - Stuart Law, who announced he was quitting the Bangladesh national coach's job on Monday, has taken up a coaching role with Cricket Australia's Centre of Excellence (COE).

Players have no say on inclusion of Pak cricketers in IPL: Mahmood


Mohali: APART from the first edition of the Indian Premier League in 2008, Pakistan players have not appeared in the cash-rich tournament, courtesy the complicated bilateral ties between the two neighbours.

Botham backs 'blasé' England to bounce back

London: Sir Ian Botham expects England to hold onto their world number one status for "quite a while now" provided they learn from the disappointments of their recent series with Pakistan and Sri Lanka.

Leading Bangladeshi players and officials disinclined to tour Pakistan


Some leading Bangladeshi cricketers and team officials are reluctant to play in Pakistan, according to reports coming out of Dhaka.

Chris Gayle’s six breaks girl’s nose


Bangalore: Almost all the Royal Challengers Bangalore fans present at the Chinnaswamy stadium on Tuesday went away with a grin after RCB’s last-ball win over  the Pune Warriors. All except a young girl named Tia who had to go home with a broken nose after being hit by a six from the blade of Chris Gayle.

Ben Hollioake's stolen kit partialy recovered


PERTH: Deceased England cricketer Ben Hollioake’s kit, which was heartlessly stolen from his parents’ Perth house sometime on Tuesday, has been partially recovered.

No Champions Trophy after 2013


The ICC Champions Trophy, which will be held in England, in 2013, will pull its final curtains as the association plans having one championship for each of the game's three formats from 2015.