Tuesday, October 2, 2012


  • Broad left to rue 'average' days

    If you go onto Cricinfo these are the guys who are performing week in, week out in domestic cricket. It is very disappointing to go out because I know we have the firepower in that dressing room to go far.


  • Shahzada Masoud named Afghanistan board chairman

    Shahzada Masoud, the advisor to the Afghanistan president on tribal affairs, has been named chairman of the Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) for an indefinite term.


  • ESPN cricinfo cricket app with live coverage

    ESPN cricinfo cricket app with live coverage. Under: Android OS Apps, Apps, iOS Apps Date: October 1st, 2012. If you are one of those people that simply adore the sporting game of cricket, and would like to be able to access comprehensive cricket ...


  • Teething problems ahead of new-look NCL

    Bangladesh's 2012-13 domestic season will kick-off with a new-look National Cricket League, with the opening match between defending champions Rajshahi Division and Dhaka Division starting October 14 to be played with the pink-ball and under lights at ...


  • ESPN CricInfo–Cricket on Nokia Lumia

    In just a few hours , the match more then a billion people are waiting for will be played , if you haven't guessed it , it is Pakistan vs India T20 being played in a Sri Lanka.


  • Australia v India, World T20 2012, Super Eights, Colombo

    Australia's captain George Bailey doesn't think his side is over-dependent on Shane Watson. Who'd be able to tell? Watson has hardly given any of his team-mates a chance so far in this tournament, and that continued in Australia's first Super Eights ...


  • Pakistan board revamps domestic cricket

    The PCB has overhauled the domestic system by separating the regional and department sides, the cricket committee headed by Javed Miandad announced on Thursday at the Gaddafi Stadium.


  • Sri Lanka, England fined for slow over-rate

    Javagal Srinath, I still remember how he & Venkatesh prasad thrashed by master blaster sanath jayasuriya through their entire career.


  • Graeme Smith ponders lucrative Surrey offer

    Surrey have offered Graeme Smith, South Africa's Test captain, a lucrative long-term deal that could potentially require him to give up international cricket.


  • Clarke wary of Champions League

    As many of his international teammates settle into Sri Lanka ahead of the World Twenty20, Australia's Test captain Michael Clarke is making doubly sure the Champions League that follows it will impinge as little as possible on preparations for a series ...


  • Deccan Chargers move court over termination

    The fate of the IPL's Deccan Chargers franchise, which was terminated on Friday, is up in the air with the matter now in court and the BCCI saying it will wait for a ruling before deciding on floating a tender for a new franchise.


  • Johnson makes Derbyshire switch

    Derbyshire have made their first move to strengthen their squad in preparation for Division One cricket by signing wicketkeeper Richard Johnson from Warwickshire on a three-year deal.


  • Court suggests arbitration in Deccan Chargers' hearing

    The Bombay High Court has suggested arbitration as a means of resolving the dispute between Deccan Chronicles Holdings Limited, the owners of Deccan Chargers, and the BCCI.


  • Counties to shun Champions League

    A desire to preserve the primacy of Championship cricket is likely to see England's first-class counties opting out of the Champions League and returning to a 50-over domestic one-day competition.


  • Leicestershire sign seamer Williams

    Leicestershire have signed Robbie Williams from Middlesex on a one-year deal. Williams, a right-arm seamer, had been on trial with the club in the closing weeks of the 2012 season and appeared in the Second XI Championship final defeat by Kent ...


  • Tremlett signs one-year Surrey deal

    Chris Tremlett has committed his short-term future to Surrey after a signing a one-year deal following the loss of his ECB central contract.


  • PCB to honour Ajmal - Ashraf

    Saeed Ajmal, the Pakistan offspinner, will receive an award from the PCB following the World Twenty20, for being the 'No. 1 bowler in the world', board chief Zaka Ashraf has said.


  • SA v Zimbabwe, World T20 2012, Group C, Hambantota

    cricinfo: Smart stats....last point is incorrect. Gibbs and Kemp were in for 3rd wicket partnership. Not opening... Posted by on (September 21 2012, 08:35 AM GMT).


  • Hard to pick a favourite

    You think other than bangladesh & zimbabwe all other test playing nations are favorites??? Open Ur eyes... U r a blind analyst.


  • Buttler earns incremental contract

    Jos Buttler's continued presence in England's Twenty20 side has been rewarded with an ECB incremental contract. Buttler qualifies having played nine T20s and an ODI in 2011-12.


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