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Cricket is set to make a reappearance at the Commonwealth Games (CWG) for the upcoming edition – Birmingham 2022 – with the top eight international women’s teams from among countries that come under the Commonwealth ambit competing in the T20 format over eight days, with all matches taking place at Edgbaston. The game, then in the 50-over format, l
  There will be no St Lucia Stars in this year’s Hero Caribbean Premier League after a split between the owners of the franchise and the competition’s organisors. Royal Sports Club, LLC had a contract with the CPL which was terminated, meaning they no longer have the rights to operate a franchise in the competition. Royal Sports Club owns the
    Amla scored 55 centuries across all formats for South Africa in a 15-year career South Africa batsman Hashim Amla has announced his retirement from international cricket at the age of 36. Amla is the Proteas' second-highest Test run scorer with 9,282 runs in 124 matches at an average of 46.64 with 28 centuries. He is the only South Africa batsm
According to reports, Umar Akmal has accused former Test cricket Mansoor Akhtar of a corrupt approach during the Global T20 Canada league. He is reported to have informed the PCB's anti-corruption unit and tournament organisers about the matter
Virat Kohli has offered a strong response to reports he has fallen out with India vice-captain Rohit Sharma, insisting "we have had no issues". There has been speculation over a rift between Kohli and his deputy Rohit since India were beaten in the Cricket World Cup semi-finals by New Zealand. However, Kohli repeatedly described such stories a
Sri Lanka Cricket president Shammi Silva hailed Lasith Malinga as an all-time great after the paceman announced he will make his final ODI appearance on Friday. Malinga is to finish his stellar international career in the 50-over format after the opening game in the three-match series against Bangladesh in Colombo. The
Harare: Zimbabwe sports minister Kirsty Coventry on Friday denied that the government had been interfering in the running of the country’s cricket. Coventry, a former Olympic swimming champion, said in a tweet she was "devastated" by the effect on players of a decision by the International Cricket Council (ICC) to suspend Zimbabwe Cricket because o
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