Cricket World Live 26th November 2020
PCB Dynamites win comfortably thanks to Nahida and Kainat heroics
Opener Nahida Khan and all-rounder Kainat Imtiaz scored unbeaten half-centuries to ensure a comfortable eight-wicket win for PCB Dynamites in the fourth match of the National Triangular T20 Women’s Cricket Championship being played at the Pindi Cricket Stadium, Rawalpindi on Thursday.
First Year Of The Hundred Women’s Competition To Be Played Across Eight Venues
The Hundred Women’s Competition will be played across the same eight venues due to host the Men’s Competition in 2021.
"Playing cricket in Australia comes with it's own challenge"
Team India Captain Mr Virat Kohli addressed a press conference on Thursday, ahead of the first ODI against Australia on Friday in Sydney.
Hannah Darlington speaks after Sydney Thunder victory
The Sydney Thunder have secured a spot in the rebel WBBL|06 Final alongside the Melbourne Stars thanks to a nail-biting 12-run victory over the Brisbane Heat at North Sydney Oval.
Eoin Morgan talks on the importance of Cricket right now
Eoin Morgan in his latest press conference touches on the importance of cricket in a time like this, the upcoming South Africa v England series and more.
English quartet sign up for Oval Invincibles
Oval Invincibles have today announced that Georgia Adams, Tom Curran, Tash Farrant, and Reece Topley will be part of their men’s and women’s squads for the first season of The Hundred in 2021.
Cricket South Africa return no positive COVID-19 results
Cricket South Africa (CSA) is pleased to announce that the Proteas have returned no positive COVID-19 results in their third round of testing since their arrival in Cape Town for the limited-overs tour against England starting tomorrow (27 November).
Cameron White continues with Adelaide Strikers as assistant coach
Former international cricketer Cameron White will continue his rising coaching career as an assistant with the Adelaide Strikers in KFC BBL|10.
Khyber Pakhtunkhwa fast bowler Mohammad Waseem Jr. receiving his First-class debut cap from head coach Abdul Razzaq, Waseem represented Pakistan in this year's ICC U19 @cricketworldcup in South Africa, go well Waseem! #PakistanFutureStars #HarHaalMainCricket pic.twitter.com/4RAFyrwc1d— Pakistan Cricket (@TheRealPCB) November 26, 2020
Toss Update: #SPvCP: Southern Punjab won the toss and elected to bat#BALvSINDH: Toss uncontested. Sindh chose to bowl first#KPvNOR Toss: Northern won the toss and elected to bat— Pakistan Cricket (@TheRealPCB) November 26, 2020
#QeA20 | #HarHaalMainCricket pic.twitter.com/5hnwrZfloY
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.
The competition now enters the fifth round from Thursday, which provides further opportunity to the domestic cricketers to make an impression.
As part of its corporate social responsibility, the Pakistan Cricket Board will play its part for the eradication of violence against women by joining the White Ribbon campaign. As such, players, support staff, officials and commentators will don white ribbons on the opening day of the fifth round contest at the National Stadium.
Southern Punjab continue to lead the points table after they put up a strong fight against Sindh to secure a draw at the National Stadium thanks to a brilliant rearguard effort led by Saif Badar.