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Bangladesh home minister to meet ECB security team

The security team of the England and Wales Cricket Board, which is slated to arrive in Dhaka on 17th August, will meet Bangladesh's home minister Asaduzzaman Khan as a part of the pre-tour inspection which is expected to last for three days.
16 August 2016

Middlesex build lead by beating Durham as others make moves

Day three of the latest round of Specsavers County Championship matches saw Middlesex extend their lead at the top of Division One by beating Durham by an innings at Lord's.
15 August 2016

Cricket World Player of the Week - Younis Khan

For scoring the highest individual score at number five for Pakistan and leading his team to a historic series levelling win in the fourth Test against England at Kennington Oval, Younis Khan is the Cricket World Player of the Week.
15 August 2016

Joe Denly commits long-term future to Kent

Opening batsman Joe Denly has signed a long-term contract extension with Kent which will keep him at the Canterbury-based club for the foreseeable future.
15 August 2016

Richmond Nomads mark their 70th anniversary in style

Richmond Nomads Cricket Club celebrated their 70th anniversary in style by staging a Twenty20 match against fellow septuagenarians Heathrow Airport on Wednesday 20th July 2016.
15 August 2016

Pakistan penalised for slow over rate at The Oval

The International Cricket Council has penalised Pakistan for maintaining a slow over-rate in the fourth Test match against England at The Oval.
15 August 2016

Sale keep pressure on leaders by beating Oxton

A six-wicket win for Sale away at Oxton has enabled them to keep up the pressure on the sides leading the way in Division One of the Vivio Cheshire County League.
15 August 2016

England trio made available for Yorkshire Vikings

Yorkshire Vikings will have England trio Jonny Bairstow, Gary Ballance and Joe Root available for NatWest T20 Blast Finals Day and their Royal London One-Day Cup quarter-final as they bid for more silverware.
15 August 2016

Around the Grounds - 15th August

Our Top Tweets of the weekend are a bit of a mix - from well timed photos to club cricket events and plenty of youth cricket.
15 August 2016

Mark Boucher joins South Africa coaching staff for New Zealand Tests

Former Proteas wicket-keeper batsman Mark Boucher has joined as a member of the South African coaching staff for a short stint ahead of the upcoming Test series against New Zealand.
15 August 2016

We will pick our best playing XI - Russell Domingo

South African coach Russell Domingo asserted that the team management will pick the best XI players for the upcoming Test series against New Zealand amid the issue over racial quotas.
15 August 2016

Pakistan deserve to be number one - Misbah-ul-Haq

Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq expressed that his team deserves the number one ranking in Test cricket given their recent performances in the format.
15 August 2016

Alastair Cook admits drop in catching standards

England captain Alastair Cook has admitted that the team had failed to live up to the standards when it came to catching in the recently concluded Test series against Pakistan which was drawn 2-2.
15 August 2016

County Championship leaders prosper on day two

Day two of the latest round of Specsavers County Championship matches saw leaders Middlesex and Essex, as well as Hampshire and Leicestershire, enjoy excellent days while elsewhere it was more evenly matched.
14 August 2016

Rohit Sharma, Darren Bravo fined by ICC for on-field behaviour

The International Cricket Council has fined Rohit Sharma and Darren Bravo 15 per cent of their match fee for their on-field behaviour on the fifth day of the third Test between West Indies and India in St Lucia.
14 August 2016

Bangladesh lift domestic ban on Mohammad Ashraful

Bangladesh Cricket Board has cleared Mohammad Ashraful to take part in a few domestic tournaments by partially lifting his ban from cricket for indulging in match-fixing.
14 August 2016

India make history with comprehensive St Lucia win - Cricket World TV

As India make history by winning two Tests in a series in the West Indies for the first time, Chetan Narula reviews the end of the third Test in St Lucia from the Darren Sammy International Stadium.
13 August 2016

Stuart Broad fined by ICC after making inappropriate comments

England speedster Stuart Broad has been fined 20 per cent of his match fee by the International Cricket Council for letting his frustration out on the controversial dismissal of Alex Hales on day one of the ongoing third Test against Pakistan at Kennington Oval.
13 August 2016

Leaders Middlesex make great start, Yorkshire fight back

After a week of NatWest T20 Blast action, attention turns back to the Specsavers County Championship where eight matches started today with sides battling for early bonus points and positions of ascendency.
13 August 2016

No discussion of players opting out of Bangladesh tour - Paul Farbrace

England assistant coach Paul Farbrace has clarified that the team has not discussed individual players opting out of the Bangladesh tour later this year amid security concerns.
13 August 2016