Cricket World Live 25th November 2020
ECB commits to drive out discrimination and increase diversity in cricket
In the next stage of continuing work to increase inclusion and diversity through its Inspiring Generations strategic plan, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) today announced a series of further measures to help make cricket a game for everyone.
Fifth round of first-class Quaid-e-Azam Trophy begins tomorrow
The first-class Quaid-e-Azam Trophy continues to produce enthralling red-ball action as the up and coming players, who received promotions in the First XI sides after 34 top players left for New Zealand to represent Pakistan and Pakistan Shaheens, lived up to the expectations and made a mark in the fourth round matches.
Cricket World Player of the Week - Alyssa Healy
Sydney Sixers may have fallen one step short of semi-final qualification in the Women's Big Bash League 2020 but that takes nothing away from Alyssa Healy's sensational 48-ball ton.
Jason Roy speaks on his current form ahead of South Africa v England
Ben Duckett extends contract with Nottinghamshire CCC
Ben Duckett, the reigning Nottinghamshire Player of the Year and Vitality Blast Final match-winner, has extended his contract with the county.
Andersson, Cracknell, Holden and Walallawita sign extension with Middlesex CCC
Middlesex Cricket is today delighted to announce that four young cricketers have extended their contracts, with all-rounder Martin Andersson, batsmen Joe Cracknell and Max Holden, and spinner Thilan Walallawita all signing new deals with the club.
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KL Rahul speaks ahead of 1st ODI vs Australia
PCB Dynamites v PCB Challengers washed out
The third match of the National Triangular T20 Women’s Cricket Championship between PCB Dynamites and PCB Challengers was abandoned without a ball bowled due to rain at the Pindi Cricket Stadium on Wednesday.
The next match will be played between PCB Dynamites v PCB Blasters tomorrow at the same venue.
Official WBBL|06 Team of the Tournament revealed
#OnThisDay in 1986 - A great Pakistan-West Indies series came to a tense conclusion in the third Test, in Karachi, where @ImranKhanPTI and Tauseef Ahmed resisted for 90 minutes before the umpires called off play.#HarHaalMainCricket pic.twitter.com/gHDQi7CxGD— Pakistan Cricket (@TheRealPCB) November 25, 2020
His 5 for 35 took Pakistan to victory in the ICC U19 World Cup 2006 final against India.— Pakistan Cricket (@TheRealPCB) November 25, 2020
Happy Birthday to the all- rounder Anwar Ali. pic.twitter.com/UDa0nbtezB