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  • Shakib Al Hasan

    Shakib banned by ICC

    The International Cricket Council (ICC) has banned Bangladesh captain Shakib Al Hasan from all cricket for two years, with one year of that suspended, after he accepted three charges of breaching the ICC Anti-Corruption Code.

  • Champions Trophy winners to get USD 2.2 million

    The upcoming ICC Champions Trophy in England and Wales from 1-18 June carries a total prize money of $4.5 million with the winner of the eight-team tournament taking home a cheque of $2.2 million, the International Cricket Council announced today.

  • Women's World Cup sees 10-fold jump in prize money

    The 2017 Women's World Cup will see a 10 times increase in prize money to $2 million with every ball of the tournament broadcast live, the International Cricket Council (ICC) has said.

  • ‘India uncertainty unsettling advertisers’

    Star Sports have raised concerns with cricket's governing body that advertisers might steer clear of the Champions Trophy if India opted against competing at the tournament in England, an official from the broadcaster has told Reuters.

  • Bangladesh delicately placed in ICC ODI rankings

    As the cut-off date for direct qualification for the 2019 ICC World Cup draws closer, Bangladesh have conceded a point in the latest update of ODI rankings.

  • End of Big 3?

    The Indian Cricket Board's hegemony in world cricket today came under severe threat as the richest board was comprehensively voted out on governance structure and revenue model at the ICC Board Meeting in Dubai.

  • BCB president Nazmul Hassan Papon

    BCB's objections

    Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) president Nazmul Hassan made it abundantly clear that the BCB did not agree with two things on the International Cricket Council's (ICC's) docket during the ongoing board meeting.

  • ICC reveals broadcast production plans for Champions Trophy

    The International Cricket Council (ICC) today announced a stellar line up of commentators as well as detailed broadcast production plans, which for the first time in cricket, include Player Tracking for the ICC Champions Trophy to be held in England and Wales from 1 to 18 June.

  • Bashar named ICC ambassador

    Former Bangladesh captain Habibul Bashar has been named as one of eight stalwarts of the modern era as Champion Ambassadors for this summer’s ICC Champions Trophy which will be staged at three iconic venues of England and Wales from 1-18 June.

  • Umpires can eject players, tethered bails approved

    Cricket umpires have been given the power to eject disobedient players while tethered bails will be permitted to protect wicketkeepers from eye injuries as part of a series of law changes coming into effect from Oct. 1.

  • Manohar agrees to stay on as ICC chief to help transition

    Shashank Manohar has deferred his resignation as chairman of the International Cricket Council and will continue in the post until administrative reforms of the governing body is complete, the ICC said on Friday.

  • India's Manohar quits as ICC chairman

    India's Shashank Manohar has resigned as chairman of the International Cricket Council after his push for reforms ran into opposition from his own board, media reports said Wednesday.

  • Boom Boom unveils Champions Trophy 2017

    With 100 days to go before the first ball is bowled in the eighth edition of the ICC Champions Trophy, the ICC Champions Trophy 2017 Nissan Trophy Tour was launched in the backyard of the International Cricket Council headquarters at the ICC Academy on Tuesday, 21 February.

  • Dickwella gets two-match ban for another misconduct

    Sri Lanka opener Niroshan Dickwella has been banned for two limited-over matches after his latest breach of ICC code of conduct, the International Cricket Council said on Tuesday.

  • DRS enabled umpires to make 98.5 percent correct calls

    The ICC Chief Executive David Richardson has revealed that the Emirates Panel of Umpires' usage of the Decision Review System (DRS) has enabled them to attain a staggering accuracy rate of 98.5 percent.

  • Shaila bowls left and right handed in the same over

    The 27-year-old Sharmin performed the miraculous act in Bangladesh women's game with Pakistan this morning.

  • India's cricket board rejects proposal to trim revenue

    India has voted against a proposed shake-up of cricket's global governing body that threatens its influence as one of the game's "Big Three" powers along with Australia and England.

  • Match dates revealed for ICC Women's World Cup 2017

    The International Cricket Council (ICC) has today revealed the match dates for this summer’s ICC Women’s World Cup in England and Wales.

  • ICC moving away from Big Three formula

    The International Cricket Council (ICC) Board has agreed in principle to constitutional and financial changes that will effectively dismantle the Big Three formula imposed upon the governing body of cricket in 2014.

  • Stage set for ICC Women’s WC Qualifier 2017

    A chance to qualify for the ICC Women’s World Cup 2017, places in the next ICC Women’s Championship and ODI status for the next four-year cycle – there’s a lot at stake in the ICC Women’s World Cup Qualifier 2017 to be held in Colombo from 7-21 February.

  • David Warner

    Warner tops ODI rankings for the first time

    Australia opener David Warner has wrested the top spot in the MRF Tyres ICC Player Rankings for ODI Batsmen with a stupendous run in recent matches that is a warning for other teams in the year of the ICC Champions Trophy 2017, which will be held in the United Kingdom from 1-18 June.

  • Pak captain Azhar handed ban for slow over-rate

    Pakistan one-day international captain Azhar Ali has been suspended for one contest and fined 40 percent of his match fee for the team's slow over-rate in Thursday's game against Australia, cricket's world governing body (ICC) has said.

  • 1987 CWC winners receive medals 30 years later

    The International Cricket Council (ICC) joined forces with Cricket Australia (CA) on Sunday to recognise Australia’s World Cup winners of 1987.

  • Shakib smashes his way to the top

    Shakib responded brilliantly with the bat to notch the highest score in Test cricket for Bangladesh with 217 runs on 13 January, 2017 at Wellington. The lefthander faced only 276 balls in his blistering innings, and smacked 31 fours, especially square on both sides of the field.

  • Shakib best all-rounder again

    Shakib Al Hasan rose to become the best all-rounder in the One Day Internationals and was adjudged the second-best all-rounder in Tests and T20Is in the International Cricket Council's (ICC's) latest rankings.

  • Mash, Tigers fined

    Bangladesh have been fined for maintaining a slow over-rate against New Zealand during the first ODI yesterday.

  • Stokes reprimanded for offensive outburst

    England's Ben Stokes has been reprimanded for the second time in a month for an offensive outburst on the opening day of the third Test against India, the International Cricket Council (ICC) has announced.

  • ICC hits out at du Plessis ball-tampering appeal

    The International Cricket Council voiced disappointment after South Africa skipper Faf du Plessis said he will appeal his conviction for ball-tampering.

  • Du Plessis passes test of character

    It had been a tumultuous few days for South Africa skipper Faf du Plessis, who was found guilty of ball-tampering by the

  • Faf to face ball-tampering hearing before Adelaide Test

    South Africa captain Faf du Plessis will face a ball-tampering hearing at 3:30 p.m. local time (0500 GMT) on Tuesday in Adelaide, the International Cricket Council said, putting his participation in the third Test against Australia in doubt.

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