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Cricket - 15 Nov 2001
The Minister of Urban Development, Public Utilities, Housing and Sports had appointed Mr. Manil Jayasinghe and Mr. Kushil Gunasekera to the Interim Committee of the Board of Control for Cricket in Sri Lanka, with effect from the 15th November of 2001.
Cricket - 12 Nov 2001
NOVEMBER 9, 2001. The Caribbean Media Corporation, CMC, in September of this year, arrived at an agreement with the World Sport Group (WSG Nimbus) for the exclusive radio and television rights to the West Indies Tour of Sri Lanka.
Cricket - 19 Oct 2001
The ICC today responded to the impact of the global conflict by approving the use of independent match venues to stage international cricket.
Cricket - 19 Oct 2001
Further to the statement issued yesterday WSG Nimbus Pte Limited confirms that it will continue to seek redress from the actions taken by the Board of Control for Cricket in Sri Lanka (BCCSL) in purporting to terminate the Agreement. As an example of this WSG Nimbus is in the process of filing a notice with the Singapore International Arbitration Centre ('SIAC') and will also shortly be submitting an application to have the ex parte court order granted in Colombo on 16th October set aside.
Cricket - 12 Oct 2001
Next week's meeting of the ICC Executive Board will consider a wide range of matters ranging from tougher measures on player discipline to penalties for countries failing to fulfil fixture commitments, the feasibility of a One Day International world rankings system and the adoption of the ICC's first strategic plan.
Cricket - 11 Oct 2001
Hutchison 3G Australia is the new sponsor for Test cricket in Australia and has been awarded the exclusive ACB rights for mobile wireless communication (3G) in a strategic five-year deal announced today.
Cricket - 08 Oct 2001
ICC President Malcolm Gray and Chief Executive Officer Malcolm Speed today outlined the ICC's vision for the future at a special presentation staged at Lord's Cricket Ground.
Cricket - 28 Sep 2001
At this evening's Special General Meeting of the Marylebone Cricket Club, MCC Members supported - by majorities of more than 2 to 1 - Resolutions that will result in the Club's subscriptions rising substantially.
Cricket - 07 Sep 2001
General Physics (GP), one of the market leading performance improvement companies, has helped Durham County Cricket Club (D.C.C.C) to improve team performance and create a better working environment through work-life balance (WLB). The club called on GP to help it to address some of its work-life challenges as part of a Government-funded initiative – the DFES Work-Life Balance Challenge Fund, which is helping provide British business with expert consultancy to improve business efficiency and pr
Cricket - 04 Sep 2001
The Oval Trust has announced the cancellation of their scheduled match between Asia and the Rest of the World at the AMP Oval on Tuesday 18th September 2001. A number of wholly unforeseen circumstances conspired against Surrey County Cricket Club who were to have staged the match on behalf of the Trust. The financial uncertainties that these circumstances created meant that the Club had no option but to call off the event, given its charitable nature.
Cricket - 13 Aug 2001
Two members of the ICC Anti-Corruption Unit (ACU) are visiting Sharjah this week, to discuss the implementation of security measures with officials from the Cricketers Benefit Fund Series, which organises the Sharjah tournament.
Cricket - 07 Aug 2001
The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) projects that £3.6m will be injected into cricket development over the next five years, thanks to partnership funding sourced from Sport England's Active Sports scheme and The Cricket Foundation.
Cricket - 31 Jul 2001
Canada, Kenya, Namibia and the Netherlands are to benefit from a US$ one million budget allocated by the ICC to support the four non-Test playing countries prepare for the 2003 World Cup.
Cricket - 26 Jul 2001
The Directors of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) met on July 21, 2001, at the Savannah Hotel, Barbados and made the following decisions:
Cricket - 25 Jul 2001
Former President of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) Pat Rousseau has made a number of allegations against Chief Financial Officer (CFO), Richard Jodhan, and Executive Secretary, Andrew Sealy, in relation to investments made on behalf of the WICB with Merrill Lynch &Co., a leading investment company.
Cricket - 23 Jul 2001
THE REVEREND Wes Hall of Barbados and Mr. Val Banks of Anguilla were today formally elected as the President and Vice-President of the West Indies Cricket Board (WICB) respectively.
Cricket - 17 Jul 2001
Gloucestershire County Cricket Club are pleased to announce that Sanderson Recruitment plc are the Sponsors of the Gloucestershire Gladiators v Somerset Sabres Floodlit Match on Tuesday 17th July.
Cricket - 26 Jun 2001
The Cricket Foundation, which allocates approximately £3m annually to the 38 County Boards (plus the Isle of Wight and the Channel Islands), is to actively seek additional income to supplement funding received from ECB.
Cricket - 22 Jun 2001
The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) is to undertake its largest single project to improve facilities at recreational level, thus helping it to fulfil the initial element of its National Strategy pledge. A total of £1.45m will be injected into cricket pitch provision and upgrade throughout England and Wales thanks to generous financial assistance from Sport England, NatWest and the Cricket Foundation.
Cricket - 08 Jun 2001
The Australian Cricket Board today announced former first-class cricketer and the current General Manager of its commercial operations, James Sutherland, as its new Chief Executive Officer.
Cricket - 22 May 2001
Ansett Australia and the Australian Cricket Board (ACB) have agreed a new five-year sponsorship of domestic Test match cricket, it was announced today.
Cricket - 09 May 2001
The Australian Cricket Board (ACB) and the Australian Cricketers' Association (ACA) today announced they had signed a new four-year Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) that will result in total player payments receiving a multi-million dollar boost over the life of the agreement and allow the ACB to substantially increase distributions to State Associations.
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 - 01 Feb 2001
The ICC has released details of the forthcoming ICC Trophy tournament to be held in Toronto, Canada from the 28th June to 17th July 2001.
Cricket - 09 Aug 1999
The Cricket Foundation has announced that grass roots cricket is to receive more than ú2.8 million over the next 12 months.