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Mixed reaction to clemency for Mohammed Amir
Mixed reaction to clemency for Mohammed Amir
Amir was jailed for six months in UK and suspended for his part in a spot-fixing scam during Pakistanís 2010 tour of England.
England win toss and bowl against India
England win toss and bowl against India
Seam bowler Mohit Sharma was promoted by India at the expense of paceman Ishant Sharma, who was ruled out due to injury.
Banned cricketer Mohammed Amir allowed to play again
Banned cricketer Mohammed Amir allowed to play again
ICCís Anti-Corruption and Security Unit (ACSU) gave the go ahead to Amir following the ICC Boardís meeting here.
ICC World Cup-bound cricketers excel in UBL
ICC World Cup-bound cricketers excel in UBL
Mustafa took four for 18 from four overs to skittle out Life Line Hospital for 72 in reply to their team One Stop Tourismís 148 for seven under lights at the Shaikh Zayed Stadium.
Smith wins Allan Border Medal
Smith wins Allan Border Medal
Smith also took out the one-day and Test player awards.
Best Associate teams need global exposure
Best Associate teams need global exposure
Their players deserve the opportunity to gain experience against the best in the world.'
Pak cricketer Sohail plagued by ghost at team hotel
Pak cricketer Sohail plagued by ghost at team hotel
Sohail fled what he believed was ďa supernatural presenceĒ which shook his bed at the Rydges Latimer hotel, taking refuge in the room of a team coach
Singapore stun Oman; Kuwait unbeaten
Singapore stun Oman; Kuwait unbeaten
Singapore opted to bat first and made the perfect use of the ideal batting conditions by rattling up 198 for 9 in 20 overs.
Narine pulls out of Windiesí Cup squad
Narine pulls out of Windiesí Cup squad
Narine was ruled to have exceeded the 15-degree flexion allowance, the Board explained.
Shane to raise money for charity
Shane to raise money for charity
Watson has pledged to donate $200 for every boundary he hits, $300 for each six and the same amount per a wicket, reports news.com.au.
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