Last week the International Cricket Council approved a set of interim changes to its playing regulations. ANDRE HUISAMEN examines the five changes.
The International Cricket Council has approved a set of temporary changes to its playing conditions with the use of saliva now officially banned, writes ANDRE HUISAMEN.
Cricket Australia has indicated, in response to the ICC, that they want the T20 World Cup to be postponed to next year.
Big question marks continue to hang over this year’s T20 World Cup in Australia after the ICC postponed its decision regarding the event to June.
The ICC Cricket Committee has submitted its recommendations for ways the game should adapt following the Covid-19 pandemic.
The English and Wales Cricket Board are maintaining a close eye on their internal matters with their summer of cricket set to start in a mere month’s time.
The ICC and Cricket Australia have approved requests from free-to-air broadcaster Seven to conduct in-game interviews with Australian players and coaching staff during the upcoming Test series against India, according to ESPNcricinfo.
England’s 3-0 series win over Sri Lanka has moved them ahead of South Africa and up to second spot on the ICC’s Test rating log.
The ICC have launched a promo video for the T20 World Cup – with Australia hosting the men’s and women’s T20 World Cups in 2020.
An ICC selection panel picked three women from Australia and India, two from England, and one each from Pakistan, New Zealand and the West Indies in selecting the World T20 Team of the Tournament.
The ICC is partnering with Google to bring global cricket fans a unique viewing experience of the semi-finals and final of the ICC Women’s World T20 2018 in the West Indies.
The ICC expressed its sadness following the death of Sir John Anderson, a former chairman of New Zealand Cricket, who led the first review of the ICC’s governance structure as the chair of the ICC Rules Review Committee in 1997.
Al Jazeera’s investigative unit reveals more explosive evidence of corruption in cricket. The Munawar Files reveal that a previously featured match-fixer is part of a powerful criminal syndicate and has been fixing international matches since 2010.
The International Cricket Council Board unanimously approved a new qualification pathway for men’s 50-over tournament at the conclusion of a week of meetings in Singapore on Saturday.
Chief of the International Cricket Council’s (ICC’s) Anti Corruption Unit (ACU) Alex Marshall believes that T20 leagues have given power to match-fixers.