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New Zealand beat Zimbabwe in first Twenty20 match
New Zealand beat Zimbabwe in first Twenty20 match
Martin Guptill overcame a groin strain to slug an unbeaten 91 from 54 balls as New Zealand beat Zimbabwe by seven wickets in their opening Twenty20...
Harbhajan banned for five one-dayers over slap
Harbhajan banned for five one-dayers over slap
The Indian cricket board (BCCI) banned off-spinner Harbhajan Singh for five one-day internationals on Wednesday for a slapping incident involving...
Harbhajan gets Twenty20 ban in slap row
Harbhajan gets Twenty20 ban in slap row
India spinner Harbhajan Singh has been banned for the remainder of a domestic Twenty20 league after he was found guilty on Monday of slapping...
ICC reinstates Hair and shortens 2011 World Cup
ICC reinstates Hair and shortens 2011 World Cup
The International Cricket Council (ICC) restored controversial Australian Darrell Hair as a Test and one-day international umpire on Tuesday and...
Indian league agrees $1bn rights deal
Indian league agrees $1bn rights deal
The Indian cricket board's official Twenty20 League (IPL) has secured a 10-year rights contract worth more than $1-billion ahead of its launch in...
New Twenty20 League ready to roll in India
New Twenty20 League ready to roll in India
West Indies batting great Brian Lara leads the star parade at a rebel Twenty20 League that kicks off on Friday in India after stirring up a storm...
Twenty20 will transform players, says Chappell
Twenty20 will transform players, says Chappell
Twenty20 cricket will place higher physical demands and mental toughness on players than one-day cricket did when it began in the 1970s, according...
Smith signs up for Indian board's league
Smith signs up for Indian board's league
Skipper Graeme Smith and four other South Africans are among 10 current internationals to have signed up for the inaugural Indian Premier League...

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