Bindra, a former president of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), has decided to withdraw from cricket affairs.
Lahore August 22, 2014: In continuation of PCB letter dated 7th August 2014, wherein, the Election of LRCA/LCCA were postponed. The polling for the Election of Lahore Regional/City Cr
PORTHILL Park are staging their third Nathan Butler Memorial Day on Sunday. Nathan was a popular member of the club who died suddenly from a heart condition called hypertrophic cardiomyopathy in...
John Mooney, the Ireland seamer, will return to international cricket for his country's series with Scotland next month, one of four changes for the three-match series - Cricket news from from cricket in Ireland
ISLAMABAD (AP) — Lawmakers from the party of Pakistani cricketer-turned politician, Imran Khan, have resigned from parliament to pressure the country's prime minister to step down over what they describe as fraud in last year's election. Khan's Tehrik-e-Insaf party won 34 seats in the 342-member N...
After the start of Twenty20, test series performance seems to be low and not interesting
There’ll be plenty going on at Edgbaston on Saturday but the story of Finals Day this year for me is Kevin Pietersen.
Angelo Mathews has expressed his desire to build a team and hone a World Cup strategy ahead of the ODIs against Pakistan - Cricket news from Sri Lanka v Pakistan
Former New Zealand captain will play for Northern Districts province at CLT20 in India scheduled for next month.
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South Africa and Zimbabwe are set to face off in the 2nd ODI on Tuesday, August 19. The match at Queens Sports Club in Bulawayo is slated to start at 9:30
A stats review at the end of the third ODI between South Africa and Zimbabwe at Bulawayo - Cricket news from from cricket in Zimbabwe v South Africa
The veteran Australian commentator talks about his first steps in the trade, how it has evolved over the decades, and why commentators need to stay in touch with cricketers
The lucky cricketers ending their series misery by returning back home