africasacountry.com » 02 hrs ago
timesofindia.indiatimes.com » 02 hrs ago
Livid after he was denied the honour of handing over the World Cup winners' trophy, Mustafa Kamal on Wednesday resigned as ICC president.
www.sabreakingnews.co.za » 02 hrs ago
AfriForum will submit a formal complaint against Cricket SA to the ICC following allegations Russell Domingo was instructed to pick an extra player of colour
www.espncricinfo.com » 02 hrs ago
The British entering Afghan territory has drawn divided opinion in recent years but the latest expedition had a far gentler remit as five players from The Weekenders CC crossed the channel to play in the migrant camp at Calais known as the "The Afghan Jun
www.hindustantimes.com » 02 hrs ago
Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) will be missing the services of Mitchell Starc for the start of the IPL with the Australia pacer recuperating from a knee niggle after a hectic World Cup campaign for which he was adjudged Man of the Tournament.
www.bbc.co.uk » 02 hrs ago
Mustafa Kamal resigns as International Cricket Council president after being replaced as a prize-giver at the World Cup.
ibnlive.in.com » 47 minutes ago
Kamal stated that it is not possible for him to work with those who work unconstitutionally. However, ICC has denied receiving Kamal's resignation.
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youngistaanfoundation.org » 02 hrs ago
Four members of the Indian cricket team took out time to be part of a campaign that pledges to 'protect' the women of this country by respecting them.
businessofcinema.com » 02 hrs ago
Virat Kohli earlier this morning published a public statement, which reads, "Yes, it's true. I am retiring from Cricket and saying goodbye
www.sport24.co.za » 02 hrs ago
Civil rights organisation AfriForum has appealed to Haroon Lorgat, CEO of Cricket South Africa, to undergo a lie detector test.
www.timeslive.co.za » 02 hrs ago
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www.sltrib.com » 02 hrs ago
Here’s what is happening in pop culture: • Married-to-each-other comic actors Nick Offerman and Megan Mullally are cancelling a May 16 show in Indiana, because of that state’s new anti-LGBT “Religious Freedom Restoration Act” law. ...
admin.samaa.tv » an hour ago
LAHORE: All-rounder Mohammad Hafeez will undergo a reassessment test on his bowling action in India on April 9 to try to revive his struggling career, a statement said Wednesday.The 34-year-old off-spinner's action was deemed illegal after a biomechanical test at Loughborough University in England