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Cricket - 01 Jul 2010
WSG wants no part of an internal battle within the BCCI, but will protect its rights against wrongful termination by all means.
Cricket - 12 Jun 2008 - Federations & NOCs
<SPAN style="FONT-SIZE: 10pt; FONT-FAMILY: Arial"> <P style="MARGIN-TOP: 0px; MARGIN-BOTTOM: 0px">The International Cricket Council wrapped up its High Performance Pathway Programme for senior administrators from the ICC’s top Associate Members. The participants have been in Manchester attending the five day programme facilitated by the World Academy of Sport at its Manchester Business School headquarters.<BR></P></SPAN>
Cricket - 01 Jun 2007
Two-day meeting concludes; recommendations made on issues including ball-tampering, ODI regulations, glue on pitches, volume of cricket, international umpiring and role of television umpire
Cricket - 31 Jul 2006
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has confirmed what constitutes Official Cricket, it was announced today.
Cricket - 14 Feb 2006
The International Cricket Council Chief Executives’ Committee (CEC) is meeting in Dubai today and tomorrow to discuss many of the key issues in international cricket including the future programme, format and timing of ICC events after the ICC Cricket World Cup 2007.
Cricket - 06 Feb 2006
ICC Chief Executive Officer Malcolm Speed hailed the ICC U/19 Cricket World Cup (ICC U/19 CWC), which started in Colombo, Sri Lanka on Sunday, as an event that has truly come of age.
Cricket - 23 Jan 2006
ICC Cricket World Cup 2007 Venue Development Director Donald Lockerbie says the Venue Development programme will be among the most significant legacies of next year’s Event.
Cricket - 05 Dec 2005
International Cricket Council (ICC) President Ehsan Mani today led the tributes from the game’s governing body for Mr Oswald Van Moer, the President of the Belgian Cricket Federation (BCF), who died last week.
Cricket - 21 Nov 2005
The International Cricket Council (ICC) and the Federation of International Cricketers Associations (FICA) have reached agreement on resolving the outstanding dispute between the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) and the West Indies Player Association (WIPA).
Cricket - 03 Aug 2005
In a survey conducted by the Professional Cricketers’ Association, players from the eighteen first-class counties have given their views on this season’s Twenty20 Cup competition.
Cricket - 10 Jun 2005
London, 9 March 2005 - The International Cricket Council played no role in the decision by Kenyan authorities to lay criminal charges against former Kenyan Cricket Association Chairman, Sharad Ghai, the head of cricket’s international governing body said today.
Cricket - 12 May 2005
Dubai, Wednesday May 11th 2005 - Members of the International Cricket Council board gathered in Dubai today to celebrate the ground breaking of the ICC’s new state of the art Global Headquarters to be located in Dubai Sports City.
Cricket - 04 Apr 2005
Powerful individual performances around the world have seen several players stake early claims for inclusion in the initial ICC World XI squads for the Johnnie Walker ICC Super Series in Australia, according to Indian cricket legend Sunil Gavaskar.
Cricket - 23 Mar 2005
The International Cricket Council today announced the match officials for the series between New Zealand and Sri Lanka, West Indies and South Africa, West Indies v Pakistan, England v Bangladesh and the NatWest Series.
Cricket - 21 Mar 2005
Rahul Dravid’s twin centuries for India against Pakistan in the Kolkata Test have moved him to the top of the LG ICC Test Rankings, reclaiming the position of leading Test batsman from South African Jacques Kallis.
Cricket - 18 Feb 2005
The ICC today announced the suspension of the Project USA initiative due to concerns over the governance of the United States of America Cricket Association (USACA).
Cricket - 15 Feb 2005
Greece took the European Indoor Championship title for the second time in Herning, Denmark over the weekend.
Cricket - 03 Feb 2005
The International Cricket Council today confirmed that Pakistan captain Inzamam-ul-Haq will not be retrospectively banned for his breach of the ICC Code of Conduct during his side’s match against West Indies on Tuesday 1 February.
Cricket - 01 Feb 2005
The selection panel for the inaugural ICC Super Series will be announced on Wednesday, 2 February 2005 at the Telstra Dome in Melbourne.
Cricket - 28 Jan 2005
The International Cricket Council today announced that the second World Cricket Tsunami Appeal match has been postponed until April due to concerns about player workloads.
Cricket - 24 Jan 2005
The New Zealand Cricket (NZC) Tsunami Relief Fund raised more than $500,000 in the first of three matches between the BLACKCAPS and the FICA World XI at Jade Stadium in Christchurch today.
Cricket - 19 Jan 2005
The International Cricket Council and the leading consumer durable brand LG today announced that they have joined forces to produce and promote the LG ICC Test Championship, the LG ICC One-Day International Championship and the first ever official player rankings, the LG ICC Player Rankings.
Cricket - 19 Jan 2005
The International Cricket Council and the leading consumer durable brand LG today announced that they have joined forces to produce and promote the LG ICC Test Championship, the LG ICC One-Day International Championship and the first ever official player rankings, the LG ICC Player Rankings.
Cricket - 12 Jan 2005
Rushmans has been appointed to provide event management, security, accreditation, media management and volunteer services for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2007, to be staged at eight host venues throughout the West Indies.<BR>
Cricket - 11 Jan 2005
The cricket world today acknowledged the overwhelming support provided by almost 100 companies and organisations for their contribution toward staging the World Cricket Tsunami Appeal match.
Cricket - 10 Jan 2005
The International Cricket Council today sent a message of thanks to all those that contributed to the World Cricket Tsunami Appeal match in Melbourne which has already raised over AUS$14 million for the relief effort.
Cricket - 06 Jan 2005
Organisers of the World Cricket Tsunami Appeal cricket match in Melbourne on 10 January announced today that global foreign exchange company, Travelex, is to contribute AUS$1 million to the Appeal.
Cricket - 04 Jan 2005
Cricket fans have shown their strong support for the 10 January World Cricket Tsunami Appeal fund-raising game at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), with nearly 20,000 seats sold today.
Cricket - 14 Dec 2004
Zimbabwe Cricket has announced a series of new sponsorship deals with the Dubai based broadcaster Ten Sports. The new agreements guarantee substantial increases in the income of Zimbabwe cricket as the team prepares for the 2007 World Cup and the further expansion of cricket in the country.<BR>
Cricket - 12 Nov 2004
Brit Insurance, the UK-based international insurance Group, is to become the joint lead sponsor of the Professional Cricketers’ Association (PCA) for the 2005 cricket season.
Cricket - 18 Oct 2004
The Review of the Structure of Cricket, the location of the ICC Offices, the issue of media accreditation for banned players, amendments to Code of Conduct to specifically include selectors and a review into the structure of the Champions Trophy were amongst the issues considered by the ICC at its Board meetings in Lahore which concluded today.
Cricket - 17 Sep 2004
Sussex County Cricket Club are pleased to announce that Main Sponsors, P@V it services will be continuing their sponsorship until the end of 2006.
Cricket - 16 Sep 2004
Welcoming The Sports Nexus Report on English Cricket published today, Sport England, the strategic lead for sport in England, announced that future funding will need to be considered, if the governance of English Cricket does not embrace reform.
Cricket - 10 Sep 2004
New Zealand Cricket posted a surplus, before grants to associations, of $3.135m in the 2003/2004 financial year, NZC announced in its annual report.
Cricket - 09 Sep 2004
The Professional Cricketers' Association (PCA) today responded to the England & Wales Cricket Board (ECB) announcement regarding the proposed tour to Zimbabwe. The PCA, which represents first class players in England and Wales, recognises the reasons behind the ECB's decision. However, while sympathetic and understanding of the ECB's position, the PCA has continued reservations about the circumstance surrounding the tour.
Cricket - 09 Sep 2004
The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) today confirmed its intention to play a 5-match One-Day International series in Zimbabwe later this year subject to it being safe and secure to do so.
Cricket - 06 Sep 2004
The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has signed a three-year deal with leading international headwear company, Albion, which makes the company the preferred supplier of cricket helmets to the ECB as well as the manufacturer of England’s Test Match caps.
Cricket - 18 Aug 2004
The International Cricket Council (ICC) today confirmed that it had received a copy of the Ebrahim Report which recommends a five year ban for former Kenyan captain, Maurice Odumbe after a hearing into charges that he had received money, benefit or other reward which could bring him or the game of cricket into disrepute.
Cricket - 17 Aug 2004
Global information and communication company LG Electronics was today welcomed by the ICC as a platinum partner for cricket’s night of nights next month – the ICC Awards presented by Hyundai.
Cricket - 09 Aug 2004
Following a successful pitch, Frontiers Group has been appointed to manage the annual PCA Awards in conjunction with the PCA events team. This year sees this increasingly popular event return to the Royal Albert Hall on 21st September.
Cricket - 23 Jul 2004
Experienced businessman Gary Hopkins has been appointed the Chief Executive Officer to lead a special development project for cricket in the USA, the ICC announced today.
Cricket - 29 Jun 2004
28 June - St John's, Antigua - The West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) and the West Indies Women's Cricket Federation (WIWCF) are moving ahead with plans to come together in time for the March 2005 deadline agreed upon by the International Cricket Council (ICC) and the International Women's Cricket Council (IWCC) for merging the cricket organisations.
Cricket - 24 Jun 2004
St John's, Antigua -All the directors of the West Indies Cricket Board Inc were returned unopposed at the Fifth Annual General Meeting of the company at the Guyana Pegasus, Georgetown, Guyana on Saturday 19 June.
Cricket - 20 May 2004
The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) is launching a subscription video service via its official website - www.ecb.co.uk - for the start of the international season today (Thursday - May 20).
Cricket - 20 May 2004
Première Consulting, the WPP-owned sports sponsorship company, has been reappointed by Scrumpy Jack to manage its continued partnership with the England Cricket Team.
Cricket - 14 May 2004
Toyota GB Plc, has signed an exclusive agreement for its Avensis model to become the official car partner to the Seven Test Match Grounds (TMGs) in England for this cricket season.
Cricket - 22 Apr 2004
European law firm Taylor Wessing has signed an exclusive agreement to become the title sponsor of the Professional Cricketers’ Association Masters Series in England for the 2004 and 2005 cricket seasons.
Cricket - 21 Apr 2004
The Zimbabwe Cricket Union (ZCU) has taken the opportunity to state its case for the England tour of Zimbabwe to proceed as scheduled this autumn.
Cricket - 19 Apr 2004
The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has extended its deal with official kit suppliers, Admiral, to sponsor the England Cricket Teams' kit until 31st March 2010.
Cricket - 14 Apr 2004
We, the undersigned, are deeply concerned about the decision taken by the Zimbabwe Cricket Union Board on Friday the 2nd April 2004 which has had the effect of terminating Heath Streak's Captaincy of the Zimbabwe Cricket Team. We have been aware of the general concerns that Heath has raised with the Board for some time and they are concerns that we share. Heath has also assured us that he did not threaten to resign as alleged by the Board, but merely stated that if the concerns were not addresse
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