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NZ cricketers reach London for WTC final vs India, Tests vs Eng

NZ cricketers reach London for WTC final vs India, Tests vs Eng

London: A majority of cricketers comprising the New Zealand team that will play a Test series against host England and the World Test Championship (WTC) final against India next month have arrived here.New Zealand Cricket (NZC) said that the other members of the team would arrive here on Monday."Tim...

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Grateful to BCCI for getting our players home quickly and safely: Hockley

Grateful to BCCI for getting our players home quickly and safely: Hockley

Melbourne [Australia], May 17 (ANI): Cricket Australia's interim CEO Nick Hockley on Monday said that he is grateful to the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) for ensuring Australian players reach their homes safely and quickly from the Maldives.The Indian Premier League (IPL) 2021 season ...

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Sandpaper Gate: Cricket Australia's Integrity team reaches out to Cameron Bancroft

Sandpaper Gate: Cricket Australia's Integrity team reaches out to Cameron Bancroft

By Vishesh RoyNew Delhi [India], May 17 (ANI): Ever since Cameron Bancroft revealed that more than three people would have knowledge about the Sandpaper Gate, the fiasco has once again become a talking point in the cricketing world. Now, Cricket Australia's (CA) Integrity team has reached out to the...

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Sandpaper Gate was so badly handled, it was joke: Warner's manager

Sandpaper Gate was so badly handled, it was joke: Warner's manager

Sydney [Australia], May 17 (ANI): Ever since Cameron Bancroft revealed that more than three people had knowledge about the Sandpaper Gate, the scandal has once again become a talking point in the cricketing world. And in the latest, David Warner's manager James Erskine slammed Cricket Australia for ...

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No surprise Aus bowlers knew about ball tampering: Clarke

No surprise Aus bowlers knew about ball tampering: Clarke

Sydney, May 17 (IANS) Former Australia captain Michael Clarke has said that he was not surprised by Cameron Bancroft indicating that more than three people knew about the ball tampering tactics of the team during a Test against South Africa in 2018.The scandal blew up when Bancroft was caught on tel...

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Australians in IPL arrive in Sydney, to quarantine for 2 weeks

Australians in IPL arrive in Sydney, to quarantine for 2 weeks

Sydney, May 17 (IANS) The Australian players, coaches and commentary staff who were in the 2021 Indian Premier League (IPL) arrived in Sydney on Monday from the Maldives and will be in quarantine for 14 days.The cricketers had gone to the Maldives after the suspension of the tournament as the Austra...

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Marnus not in limited-overs squad as it's more practical for him to remain in UK: Hohns

Marnus not in limited-overs squad as it's more practical for him to remain in UK: Hohns

Melbourne [Australia], May 17 (ANI): Australia men's national selector Trevor Hohns on Monday said that Marnus Labuschagne was not named in Australia's limited-overs squad for the upcoming series against West Indies as it is more practical for him to remain in the UK.Australia and West Indies are se...

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England tour: NZ players reach London

England tour: NZ players reach London

Auckland, May 17 (IANS) New Zealand players who will be involved in their upcoming tour of England arrived in London on Monday, New Zealand Cricket (NZC) said.While most of the players reached Heathrow airport, Tim Southee, BJ Watling, Ross Taylor and Neil Wagner will depart Auckland later on Monday...

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CA needed to do more thorough investigation into Sandpaper Gate, feels Gilchrist

CA needed to do more thorough investigation into Sandpaper Gate, feels Gilchrist

Melbourne [Australia], May 17 (ANI): Former Australia wicketkeeper-batsman Adam Gilchrist has said Cricket Australia needed to do a more thorough investigation into Sandpaper Gate when it happened and it is due to this reason that the issue will keep on lingering forever.In March 2018, Bancroft was ...

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Don't think anybody is surprised that more than three people knew about Sandpaper Gate: Clarke

Don't think anybody is surprised that more than three people knew about Sandpaper Gate: Clarke

Melbourne [Australia], May 17 (ANI): Former Australia skipper Michael Clarke has said nobody is surprised that more than three people knew about the Sandpaper Gate.His remarks came as Cricket Australia (CA) on Saturday said it is open to reinvestigating the Sandpaper Gate fiasco if there is anyone w...

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