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Shane Warne and Kevin Pietersen fined for not wearing seatbelts

Sydney: Cricket legend Shane Warne, Kevin Pietersen and Michael Slater have been fine $300 by Tasmanian police after a review of a Facebook video which shows the trio riding in a car around Hobart without wearing seatbelts. Warne uploaded a video on his official Facebook page during the Hobart Test between Australia and South Africa. The video showed the cricketers ... Read More »

The captain of Pakistan, Misbah-ul-Haq, has been banned because of the slow rate

Christchurch: Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq has been banned for a test and his team has been fined for its slow rate during the first game against New Zealand in Christchurch. The ruling by the International Cricket Council (ICC) means the 42-year-old is not eligible for the second test at Hamilton, which starts Friday, although he had already made a mistake returning ... Read More »

Du Plessis will face a ball handling audience in Adelaide

Adelaide: South African captain Faf du Plessis will respond to a ball handling charge at a meeting of the International Cricket Council at the Adelaide Oval on Tuesday. The accusation of violating cricket law 42.3, which refers to altering the state of the ball, was presented by ICC Chief Executive Dave Richardson after the second test between South Africa and ... Read More »

Pakistan jr hockey team for the World Cup in India: PHF

Karachi: The Pakistani government has eliminated its junior hockey team to play in the FIH Jr World Cup, to be held in Lucknow, India, next month. A reliable source at the PHF said the ministry of interprovincial coordination has informed the federation that the government has given the NOC to participate in the junior world cup from 8-18 December. “PHF ... Read More »

Watch: Jonny Bairstow extravagantly damages his ankle

Visakhapatnam: Jonny Bairstow joined the list of cricket players who suffered strange cricket injuries as he ran into the field on the third day of the second India-England Test in Visakhapatnam on Saturday. The cricket story is full of examples where players have been hurt in a rather strange way. Glenn McGrath once landed his foot on the cricket ball ... Read More »

Stuart Broad Undergoes Scanning, England Expects Fitness Report

Visakhapatnam: England eagerly awaited Stuart Broad’s fitness report on Saturday after the quick pitcher underwent an exploration on his right foot during the second Test against India in Visakhapatnam. Broad, who had left the field the first day of the match due to discomfort in his wrist and foot, did not bowl four overs with the second new ball on ... Read More »

Jayant Yadav thanks Saha for the first wicket test

Visakhapatnam: After reclaiming her maiden test wicket in debut against England in the second round here, Indian spinner Jayant Yadav on Friday said he had always dreamed of the day when he would donate the national colors. “From the moment I remember, since I started playing serious cricket, not in the streets but in an academy, I have dreamed of ... Read More »

Focus on Ashwin & Co. as India eye better show

It’s clear from the visitors’ improved show that a tricky road lies ahead for India. Under fire after a below-par show on a good batting strip, the Indian spinners will aim for an improved show on a comparatively more helpful track as they take on a gritty England in the second cricket Test, starting in Visakhapatnam on Thursday. The pitch ... Read More »

Hohns made Cricket Australia’s interim chairman of selectors

Greg Chappell will also join the selection panel on an interim basis with Mark Waugh. Cricket Australia appointed former test spinner Trevor Hohns interim chairman of selectors after the resignation of Rod Marsh. Former test captain Greg Chappell, who is Cricket Australia’s national talent manager, will also join the selection panel on an interim basis with Mark Waugh and head ... Read More »

Kohli hits century; Pujara dismissed

Kohli celebrated Pujara’s century more than his, as his return to form is noteworthy. Post-lunch, Virat Kohli and Cheteshwar Pujara tormented the Engllish bowlers as the two batsmen scored their centuries on the day one of India’s second test against England. Kohli celebrated Pujara’s century more than his, as his return to form is noteworthy. He was dismissed at 119 ... Read More »

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