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Disheartened Pakistani pacer Mohammad Amir decides to leave cricket
December 17, 2020
Disheartened Pakistani pacer Mohammad Amir decides to leave cricket
LAHORE (92 News) – Pakistani pacer Mohammad Amir was disheartened due to the treatment given by the management to him and continuous dropping from the national tours as he has decided to leave the cricket due to 'mental torture'.
New Zealand's Taylor keen to keep playing until 2023 World Cup
November 24, 2020
New Zealand's Taylor keen to keep playing until 2023 World Cup
WELLINGTON (Reuters) – New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor gave his side a boost on Friday ahead of their Twenty20 series against West Indies after the 36-year-old said he hoped to prolong his career through to the next one-day World Cup in India in 2023.
PCB invites British cricket team to visit Pakistan
October 16, 2020
PCB invites British cricket team to visit Pakistan
KARACHI (92 News) – The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has invited British cricket team to visit Pakistan for playing three T20Is in early January. According to the PCB spokesperson, the
Family bid farewell to Australian great Jones with lap of MCG
October 9, 2020
Family bid farewell to Australian great Jones with lap of MCG
MELBOURNE (Reuters) – The life of Australian cricketer Dean Jones was remembered at a small, private funeral over the weekend which included a lap of the Melbourne Cricket Ground, video
Cricket: Australia 'blow cobwebs out' in rain-affected practice in England
August 29, 2020
Cricket: Australia 'blow cobwebs out' in rain-affected practice in England
MELBOURNE (Reuters) – Australian wicketkeeper-batsman Matthew Wade was pleased to have an opportunity to “blow the cobwebs out” and was confident his bowlers would get enough match practice before their
Cricket: NZ, Australia accept World Cup decisions
August 8, 2020
Cricket: NZ, Australia accept World Cup decisions
WELLINGTON (Reuters) – New Zealand said on Saturday it could have probably hosted the women’s Cricket World Cup next year but supported the decision of the International Cricket Council to