Saturday, August 29, 2009

ICC Champions Trophy 2009 Schedule

The ICC Champions Trophy 2009 Cricket tournament will be held from 24 September to 5 October. Due to terrorist attack on the earlier of March, it was scheduled to shift in Sri Lanka but the ICC was worried about the weather. Sri Lanka is a country is surrounded with water and in September-October it may huge rains.

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Thursday, August 27, 2009

ICC and PCB resolve 2011 World Cup dispute

The ICC and the PCB have resolved their dispute over the staging of the 2011 World Cup. The PCB, which was stripped of its rights to host the tournament in the aftermath of the attack on Sri Lankan cricketers in Lahore, will retain its host fees and also receive payment as additional compensation for the loss of hosting rights. The two parties reached an agreement during a meeting between the ICC president David Morgan and the PCB chairman Ijaz Butt in Dubai. It is expected that the settlement will be signed later today, at which point the PCB will withdraw its legal proceedings against the ICC.

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Source : Cricinfo

Tuesday, August 25, 2009

Australia Cricket Team announced for Champions Trophy

Captain Ricky Ponting, vice captain Michael Clarke and six other members of the Australia team at risk of losing the Ashes were named Saturday in the country’s 15-man Champions Trophy limited-overs squad.

Wicketkeeper Brad Haddin, Michael Hussey, allrounder Shane Watson and bowlers Ben Hilfenhaus, Mitchell Johnson and Peter Siddle were also included in the squad for the Champions Trophy in South Africa from Sept. 22-Oct. 5.

Australia, as defending champions, will play its first match in Group A against West Indies on Sept. 26. It plays India on Sept. 28 and Pakistan on Sept. 30 to complete the first round.

The one-day event will be Australia’s next assignment after the current tour of England. In the deciding test, Australia trails by 172 runs on first innings, with England to resume its second innings Saturday at 58-3.

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South Africa Cricket Team announced for Champions Trophy

South Africa have named their 15-man squad for the ICC Champions Trophy, which they will host in September, recalling Lonwabo Tsotsobe to the national setup.

Tsotsobe makes his return after injury and Robin Peterson replaces Morne Morkel in the squad in the other change from the squad which played against Australia earlier in the year.

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Sunday, August 23, 2009

England regain Ashes with huge win

The England players mob each other, enormous celebrations as they've regained the Ashes after losing 5-0 in Australia in 2006-07. Andrew Flintoff went straight to Hussey to give him a handshake, then a big hug between Freddie and Harmison. Centurion on debut Trott has collected a stump, Flintoff has one. Here come the Australians to shake hands. Ricky Ponting cuts a forlorn figure with his cut lip as he leads his men out, but it's congratulations all round for England, they've won 2-1. Flintoff leads England off with a stump in hand, leads them up the race to healthy applause. There's Kevin Pietersen in the dressing rooms, the whole England squad looks to be there, they've all played a part. The Australians are still standing out on the field, waiting for the presentations.

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Source : Cricinfo

Friday, August 21, 2009

Pakistan Cricket Team announced for Champions Trophy

LAHORE: The 15-man team for the forthcoming Champions Trophy has been announced here on Friday.

Chairman Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Ijaz Butt along with chief selector Iqbal Qasim announced the national team at a press conference here in the afternoon.

All-rounder Abdul Razzaq has been dropped due to injury while fast bowler Shoaib Akhtar could not make his place in the team.

Senior batsman Younis Khan will remain the captain of the team while all-rounder Shahid Khan Afridi will deputise him on the tour.

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Thursday, August 20, 2009

Australia vs England Final Ashes Test

Australia tour of England and Scotland
5th Test: England v Australia
The Oval, Aug 20-24, 2009

England won the toss and elected to bat

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Monday, August 17, 2009

Zimbabwe's Coventry equals Anwar's one-day record score

Charles Coventry posted the joint-highest individual score in ODIs with his 194 not out, which was the same score that Saeed Anwar had made against India ... more

Wednesday, August 12, 2009

Pakistan vs Srilanka Only T20I

Pakistan in Sri Lanka T20I Match
Sri Lanka v Pakistan
Played at R Premadasa Stadium, Colombo
12 August 2009 - D/N

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