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BCCI yet to announce Team India’s support staff for Bangladesh tour

BCCI yet to announce Team India’s support staff for Bangladesh tour

29 May 2015

Mumbai: The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) is yet to announce Team India’s support staff for the one-off Test and one-day international series in Bangladesh. Chief among appointments would be the Team Director, a role Ravi Shastri performed mid-way from the 2014 tour of England to the 2015 World Cup, where India only lost to eventual champions Australia in the semi-final.

BCCI,   Team India,   Indian cricket team,   India vs Bangladesh,   Kapil Dev,   Ravi Shastri,  
Sri Lanka <strong>Cricket</strong> board sacks three officials over sex-bribe scandal

Sri Lanka Cricket board sacks three officials over sex-bribe scandal

28 May 2015

Colombo: Sri Lankan cricket's governing body on Wednesday announced the sacking of three officials after allegations that members of the women's national team were asked to perform sexual favours to keep their places.

Sri Lankan cricket,   Lanka cricket scandal,   Sex scandal,   Sex bribe,   Sri Lanka women cricket team ,  
Buoyant PCB looks to host Sri Lanka in April next year

Buoyant PCB looks to host Sri Lanka in April next year

28 May 2015

Karachi: Managing to impress the visiting Zimbabwe cricket team with its security arrangements, the PCB is now targeting a tour by the Sri Lankan outfit sometime in April next year.

Zimbabwe cricket team,   Pakistan cricket,   PCB,   Sri Lankan cricket,   Pakistan vs Sri Lanka ,  
The complete list of 2014-15 CEAT <strong>Cricket</strong> Awards

The complete list of 2014-15 CEAT Cricket Awards

26 May 2015

Mumbai: Indian middle order batsman Ajinkya Rahane won the Indian Cricketer of the Year award while former Sri Lanka captain Kumar Sangakkara clinched the International Cricketer of the Year honour at CEAT cricket rating awards ceremony on Monday.

Ajinkya Rahane,   Indian Premier League,   Rohit Sharma,   CEAT Cricket Awards,   Kumar Sangakkara,  latest sports news,  
AB de Villiers gets paternity leave, to miss Tests against Bangladesh

AB de Villiers gets paternity leave, to miss Tests against Bangladesh

27 May 2015

JOHANNESBURG: AB de Villiers has been granted paternity leave and will miss the two Test series in Bangladesh, Cricket South Africa (CSA) said on Wednesday. The Proteas named four uncapped players in their Test squad for the matches in July and August.

AB de Villiers,   Bangladesh cricket,   Cricket South Africa,   CSA,   Latest sports news,  
Sri Lanka rope in Jonty Rhodes to improve fielding standards

Sri Lanka rope in Jonty Rhodes to improve fielding standards

27 May 2015

Colombo: Former South African player and Mumbai Indians fielding coach Jonty Rhodes arrived here on Tuesday after being roped for a 10-day stint as fielding coach ahead of the Sri Lanka’s home series against Pakistan next month.

Jonty Rhodes,   Sri Lanka Cricket,   Mumbai Indians,   South Africa cricket,   latest sports news,  
KXIP players play <strong>cricket</strong> with visually impaired children

KXIP players play cricket with visually impaired children

15 May 2015

Mohali: A group of visually impaired children from the Institute of the Blind, Chandigarh, on Friday got a rare opportunity to play cricket and mingle with their favourite stars from the IPL team Kings XI Punjab, here.

Kings XI Punjab,   Blind cricket,   David Miller,   George Bailey,   IPL 2015,   IPL 8,   IPL schedule,   IPL toss,   IPL points table,   IPL live,   IPL scorecard,   IPL scoreboard,   latest sports news,  
<strong>Cricket</strong>-Pakistan chief proposes home matches in India

Cricket-Pakistan chief proposes home matches in India

24 May 2015

New Delhi: The south Asian neighbours may not share the best of relations but Pakistan would like to play their home matches in India, Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) chief Shahayar Khan said.

BCCI,   India,   India Pakistan Series,  IPL,   PCB,   Rajiv Shukla,   Shahyar Khan,   Latest Sports News ,  
RR have not played bad <strong>cricket</strong> barring one game: Dravid

RR have not played bad cricket barring one game: Dravid

14 May 2015

Mumbai: Rajasthan Royals Mentor Rahul Dravid insisted on Thursday that his team has not played poor cricket in the ongoing Indian Premier League barring one game against Royal Challengers Bangalore when they were restricted to a paltry score of 130.

Rahul Dravid,   Rajasthan Royals,   Royal Challengers Bangalore,   IPL 2015,   IPL 8,   IPL schedule,   IPL toss,   IPL points table,   IPL live,   IPL scorecard,   IPL scoreboard,   latest sports news,  
Indian team to undergo Fitness test before Bangladesh tour

Indian team to undergo Fitness test before Bangladesh tour

27 May 2015

New Delhi: The BCCI has decided to test the fitness of the entire Indian squad touring Bangladesh for the upcoming series that includes three ODIs and a Test match. It will be first time that the entire squad will go through fitness test unlike injured players.

Mahendra Singh Dhoni,   BCCI,   Team India,   Bangladesh tour,   Bangladesh cricket,   latest sports news,  

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