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ICC to join hands with Interpol to tackle corruption
The International Cricket Council (ICC) will work more closely with Interpol as part of ongoing efforts to combat corruption in the sport, the governing body said on Wednesday. Read full article
Cooley's Ashes job to be a hit-and-run affair
Troy Cooley has no plans to carry on the role fulltime after this year's Ashes series and expects to head back to his usual job at the national cricket academy after plotting England's downfall. Read full article
Sri Lanka captain apologises for 'unbecoming' behaviour
Sri Lanka's test captain Dimuth Karunaratne apologised on Monday for his "unbecoming behaviour" after being arrested for drink-driving in an accident that left a taxi driver injured. Read full article
India top test rankings for third straight year
India have finished at the top of the International Cricket Council (ICC) test rankings and taken home the purse of $1 million for a third consecutive year, the governing body said on Monday. Read full article
Sawhney takes charge as new ICC chief
Indian-born media executive Manu Sawhney has taken over as chief executive of the International Cricket Council, the world body said on Monday. Read full article
Forgotten man Pattinson stakes Ashes claim
Injury troubles have kept James Pattinson out of the Australian test side for three years but the fast bowler issued a timely reminder to selectors ahead of the Ashes. Read full article
Australian bowlers deny 'false' Warner test boycott reports
Australia's top bowlers Sunday lashed out at "false" and "inflammatory" claims they were planning a test boycott if David Warner had not been kicked off the team in the wake of the ball-tampering scandal. Read full article
Cash-strapped Zim struggle without CWC on horizon
Zimbabwe are confronted with the reality that for the first time in four decades they won't feature in the showpiece event. Read full article
Smith, Warner 'paid price', says cricket chief
Kevin Roberts insisted the return of Steve Smith and David Warner will not disrupt the resurgent team as a report revealed senior players threatened a boycott in the wake of the ball-tampering scandal. Read full article
Rahul reveals anguish after sexism storm
Indian batsman KL Rahul said he was "scared" to leave home and suffered major self-doubts after being kicked off the tour of Australia with teammate Hardik Pandya over sexist remarks. Read full article
Time heals: Australian cricket on the mend after torrid 12 months
Twelve months ago Australian cricket was in crisis, rocked to the core by a cheating scandal that left former captain Steve Smith and his deputy David Warner among the most vilified men in sport. Read full article
Australia to confront past as ball-tampering bans expire
Steve Smith and David Warner may wake with some relief on Thursday as they greet the final day of their ball-tampering bans. Read full article
McDermott ready to stand his ground at Lord's
When Ireland face England at Lord's in July, the 11 members of the visiting team will not be the only Irishmen taking part in their first test match at the "Home of Cricket". Read full article
Bangladesh cricketers marry after surviving NZ mosque horror
Two Bangladeshi cricketers who narrowly escaped last week's deadly mosque attacks in New Zealand have married their fiancees. Read full article
Malinga to retire after Twenty20 World Cup
Sri Lankan limited overs captain Lasith Malinga will retire from international cricket after next year's Twenty20 World Cup, he revealed on Friday. Read full article
Bangladesh cricketer marries after surviving mosque horror
A Bangladeshi cricketer who narrowly escaped last week's deadly mosque attacks in New Zealand married his fiancee on Friday. Read full article
Bring on the World Cup, we fear no one: Afghan spin king Khan
Trailblazing bowler Rashid Khan said Afghanistan will fear no one when the World Cup starts in May after a maiden test win enhanced the reputation of the rising cricket nation. Read full article
Bangladesh cricketers 'three to four' minutes from being caught up in massacre
Bangladesh's test cricketers were just a few minutes from being caught up in Friday's massacre in New Zealand when they arrived at a Christchurch mosque as shooting began, a team spokesman said. Read full article
'Huge lifeline' as India court scraps Sreesanth's life ban for fixing
India's Supreme Court scrapped cricketer Shanthakumaran Sreesanth's life ban for match-fixing on Friday but stopped short of acquitting the paceman. Read full article
Indian police files charges against cricketer Shami
Indian police filed charges on Thursday against fast bowler Mohammed Shami, who has been accused of various crimes including assault and sexual harassment by his estranged wife. Read full article
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