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Sir Ian Botham talks about his charity work - Cricket World TV

Sir Ian Botham has been a prominent supporter of charity work throughout his life and here he tells us why he feels it is so important to get out there and try to make a difference.
28 August 2015

Rain plays spoilsport on day one of third Test

Only 15 overs were possible on day one of the third and final Test between India and Sri Lanka in Colombo as persistent rain made play impossible once it was interrupted.
28 August 2015

One piece of advice...Desmond Haynes on hard work and commitment - Cricket World TV

Work hard, seek knowledge about the game and make a commitment to cricket are the three pieces of advice that Desmond Haynes would pass on to any aspiring young player.
28 August 2015

Ian Bell announces retirement from One-Day Internationals

England's leading run scorer in One-Day Internationals, Ian Bell, has announced his retirement from the 50-over format.
28 August 2015

York hit the top as rain frustrates Barnsley

York are the new leaders of the Yorkshire ECB League, taking over from Barnsley after beating bottom club Hull by five wickets while Barnsley were frustrated by rain.
28 August 2015

Cardiff pitch curator sacked ahead of England-Australia T20I

Glamorgan County Cricket Club have axed their chief pitch curator Keith Exton after a match at the Swalec Stadium earlier this month was called off due to a dangerous playing surface.
28 August 2015

Azhar Ali determined to be an aggressive captain

Pakistan's One-Day International captain Azhar Ali has declared his intentions to enforce a positive style of cricket from his team.
28 August 2015

Steven Smith not reading too much into Ireland result

Australian captain Steven Smith is not reading too much into his team's win against Ireland in the rain-marred One-Day International in Belfast.
28 August 2015

Australia resist late Ireland charge

Australia resisted a late Ireland charge and rain interruptions to win their one-off One-Day International against Ireland in Belfast by 23 runs (D/L).
27 August 2015

Hot Spot - Ashes 2015 Review - Cricket World TV

In their final Ashes 2015 Hot Spot of the summer, John Pennington and Rob Johnston review the fifth and final Test and reflect on England winning the series 3-2.
27 August 2015

Joe Root, Compton-Miller medal winner

The Oval Test appeared like it was one game too far for England, but they nevertheless capped a fine Test summer with a 3-2 Ashes win with Gunn & Moore's Joe Root given the Compton-Miller medal.
27 August 2015

New Zealand unveil jam-packed home season for 2015-16

New Zealand Cricket have announced a hectic home season for the summer starting from December this year with the country slated to host Sri Lanka, Pakistan and Australia back-to-back.
27 August 2015

Dennis secures supply chain with Crocodile Precision investment

Crocodile Precision has been under new management for 16 weeks but has already set its sights on taking on the rest in the replacement blade and cylinder market.
27 August 2015

Cricket United under a banner of blue

The Oval was turned blue as players, fans, broadcasters and sponsors came together on 22nd August for Cricket United Day to improve lives through cricket.
27 August 2015

Moeen Ali ready to open the batting in Tests

England all-rounder Moeen Ali, who had a reasonable Ashes outing with both bat and ball, has expressed his readiness to open the batting for his side in Tests.
27 August 2015

Steven Smith upbeat about Australia's future

Australia's newly appointed captain Steven Smith is absolutely thrilled as he gets ready to lead his side for the first time as a full-term skipper of the team.
27 August 2015

Malcolm Waller's bowling action cleared by ICC

The International Cricket Council has cleared Zimbabwean all-rounder Malcolm Waller to bowl in international cricket after a reassessment proved his action to be legal.
27 August 2015

England keep Women's Ashes hopes alive

England kept their hopes of winning the Women's Ashes alive by beating Australia by seven wickets in the first Twenty20 International in Chelmsford, also bringing Australia's record run of victories to an end.
26 August 2015

I need to score big runs for Yorkshire - Adam Lyth

England opening batsman Adam Lyth acknowledges that he needs to get back to domestic cricket and score big runs in order to keep himself in contention for Test selection.
26 August 2015

Emphatic victory gives South Africa the series

AB de Villiers became the fastest to 8000 One-Day International runs as South Africa won the third and final ODI against New Zealand, at Kingsmead, Durban, emphatically by 62 runs to win the series 2-1.
26 August 2015

 
 
 
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