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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.
Cricket - 14 Jan 2005
Yesterday afternoon Mr Robin Smith, Chairman of Yorkshire County Cricket Club, and Mr Colin Graves, Chief Executive of Yorkshire County Cricket Club, attended a meeting with Mr Paul Caddick, Chairman of Leeds Cricket, Football & Athletic Co. Ltd and Mr Peter Hirst, Finance Director of Leeds Cricket, Football & Athletic Co. Ltd, to discuss the proposed purchase of the Headingley Cricket Ground.
Cricket - 12 Jan 2005
Tickets to the BLACKCAPS three one-day matches against the FICA World XI have been selling in record numbers since they went on sale through Ticketek this morning.
Cricket - 15 Dec 2004
The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) today announced agreements with Sky Sports and Five to provide television coverage of international and county cricket in England and Wales for the period 2006-2009.
Cricket - 15 Dec 2004
Following unanimous ratification from the ECB Management Board, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) today announced the results of cricket's next broadcasting rights negotiations covering international and county cricket in the years 2006-2009. The new agreements guarantee wide accessibility to cricket across a number of media platforms and they secure the future of cricket from playground to Test arena.
Cricket - 11 Oct 2004
All eight venues selected as host venues for the ICC Cricket World Cup WI 2007 have received the stamp of approval for their detailed stadium designs and operational plans for hosting the world’s third largest sporting event.
Cricket - 29 Sep 2004
Dubai, Wednesday 29th September 2004: Dubai Sports City, the world's first integrated purpose-built sports city, announced today it is to host the first International Cricket Council (ICC) Global Cricket Academy.
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 - 03 Sep 2004
Reports that plans for a new stadium are being rejected in a country slated to host matches during ICC CWC WI 2007 are being described as erroneous by officials of the organizing body.
Cricket - 19 Jul 2004
St John's, Antigua -From October 2005 the regional domestic cricket season will begin in early October and end the following March. During this period all First Class cricket under the auspices of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) will take place.
Cricket - 24 May 2004
A team of world games experts and officials from the International Cricket Council (ICC) and the ICC Cricket World Cup West Indies 2007 Inc. (CWC 2007) begin a tour of countries bidding to host matches in the ICC CWC 2007 this Monday (May 24) with a view to verifying information submitted in the respective bids and assessing first-hand the resources of the region.
Cricket - 11 May 2004
With submissions from 11 countries in hand to host matches in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2007, Managing Director and CEO of the company organizing the event, Chris Dehring is satisfied that the bid process is the best approach to prepare countries for the collaborative effort needed to stage the largest event ever to be held in the region.
Cricket - 02 Apr 2004
Hampshire Cricket and The Rose Bowl have been successful in securing three sponsorship deals worth almost a quarter of a million pounds over the next three years.
Cricket - 04 Jul 2003
The Board of Control for Cricket in Sri Lanka (BCCSL) have confirmed that the first One-Day International will now be played in Dambulla (previously the R Premadasa International stadium) and the second Test Match will now be played in Kandy (previously the R Premadasa International stadium).
Cricket - 27 Feb 2003
The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) today announces that Cheltenham & Gloucester has renewed its sponsorship of the ECB's premier one-day knock-out competition. The new three-year deal, worth over £3m, guarantees the Cheltenham & Gloucester Trophy until the end of the 2006 season.
Cricket - 14 Feb 2003
The ICC's Technical Committee today considered the issue of the public statement issued by Zimbabwean Cricketers, Andy Flower and Henry Olonga, and the wearing of black arm bands by the same players during the ICC Cricket World Cup match against Namibia.
Cricket - 05 Feb 2003
It was announced today, Tuesday 4th February 2003, that Wasim Akram, Aravinda de Silva and Carl Hooper will be among 16 of the world’s leading all-rounders competing at the inaugural Double Wicket World Cup. The event will be held over three days (4-6th April 2003) at the world’s newest test match arena, The Beausejour Cricket Ground in St Lucia, West Indies.
Cricket - 19 Dec 2002
The England & Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has today confirmed that The Rose Bowl, home of Hampshire Cricket, will be the venue for a minimum of three One-Day International matches over the next four years.
Cricket - 31 Oct 2002
ST. JOHN’S, Antigua, Oct. 31, WICB: The West Indies Cricket Board has been informed by the Bangladesh Cricket Board of further changes to the itinerary for the series between their two sides by changing the dates and venues for the three-match, limited-overs series.
Cricket - 28 Oct 2002
ST. JOHN’S, Antigua, Oct. 28, WICB: The Bangladesh Cricket Board has switched the venues for the two Tests between their national side and West Indies next month.
Cricket - 24 Sep 2002
St. Lucia's Beausejour Stadium will become the Caribbean's eighth Test match centre when it hosts the first of two 2003 Cable & Wireless Tests between West Indies and Sri Lanka fron June 20 to 24.
Cricket - 31 Jul 2002
The England & Wales Cricket Board (ECB) Chairman, Lord MacLaurin, today announced that he would not be seeking re-election for the position that he has held since the formation of the ECB in 1997.
Cricket - 25 Jul 2002
The Federation Royale Marocaine de Cricket (FRMC) has announced that The Morocco Cup 2002 will be one of the richest prizes in the cricketing calendar with $250,000 at stake. Pakistan, Sri Lanka and South Africa will compete for the inaugural trophy in a 50-overs one day triangular series to be held in Tangier between August 12-21st. The three countries have announced full strength squads for the series, which is seen as an important part of the build-up to next years World Cup which will be hel
Cricket - 18 Jul 2002
The remaining ticket packages for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2003 will now be available on a first-come-first-served basis on all three booking channels.
Cricket - 09 Jul 2002
New Zealand Cricket today announced an itinerary of two Tests and seven One-Day Internationals for the December 2002 and January 2003 National Bank Series between India and the TelstraClear Black Caps.
Cricket - 21 Jun 2002
The ICC has granted international status to the Tangier Cricket Stadium in Morocco, official approval that will allow it become north Africa’s first international cricket venue.
Cricket - 10 May 2002
Construction work on facilities at the Rangiri Dambulla International Cricket Stadium is to recommence shortly, and is expected to be completed in approximately three months.
Cricket - 15 Oct 2001
New Zealand Cricket today confirmed that all five of the One Day Internationals between the Clear Black Caps and England in The National Bank Series will be day-night matches.
Cricket - 21 Aug 2001
New Zealand Cricket has accepted an invitation from the International Cricket Council (ICC) to host the ICC Under 19 Cricket World Cup 2002 in January.
Cricket - 27 Jun 2001
The Australian Cricket Board (ACB) today confirmed that it will host a three-match one-day international series between Australia and India on 21, 23 and 26 September in Melbourne and Brisbane.
Cricket - 13 Jun 2001
Cathay Pacific and Standard Chartered announced today that they will co-sponsor the Hong Kong Cricket Sixes, which will be played for record prize money of HK$2 million later this year.
Cricket - 22 May 2001
The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has today agreed a three-year extension to its current television contracts with Channel 4 and Sky Sports. The deal, which runs from 2003-2005, represents an increase of 57% over the final three years of the current four-year contract and is valued at close to £150m, which includes off-air as well as on-air marketing spend.
Cricket - 04 Apr 2001
Cheltenham & Gloucester, the financial services company, today announced a three year sponsorship agreement with the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) that will see the company become title sponsors of the Cheltenham & Gloucester Trophy, the premier One-Day knockout tournament in England and Wales.
Cricket - 30 Jun 2000
England Cricket Signs Deal with Cricinfo<br><br>
Cricket - 21 Jun 2000
England & Wales Cricket Board National Academy Update
Cricket - 04 May 2000
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