ICC to review security ahead of Champions Trophy and Women’s World Cup

“We will continue to work with authorities over the coming hours and days and review our security in line with the threat levels”

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The International Cricket Council (ICC) have confirmed that they will be reviewing security measures for the Champions Trophy and Women’s World Cup following the terrorist attack in Manchester on Monday night.

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South Africa vs England 1st Test Day 1: Compton, Taylor steady England after Steyn’s early strikes

Steyn dismissed Cook, Hales and Taylor

Steyn dismissed Cook, Hales and Taylor

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South Africa pace bowler Dale Steyn was back to his best on the first day of the first Test in Durban, but England batsmen Nick Compton and James Taylor scored 63 not out and 70 respectively to keep their side in a steady position.

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PCB to review players’ protective gear

"We will be asking our medical board and the players to review whether the protective gear they are using are up to the mark"

“We will be asking our medical board and the players to review whether the protective gear they are using are up to the mark”

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Following the tragic death of Australian batsman Phillip Hughes, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) have announced that they will be reviewing all the protective gear worn by the national team.

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A BATTING WITH BIMAL BREAKING REPORT: BCCI ‘defers’ decision about Mohammad Azharuddin’s life ban

The BCCI are still deciding whether to appeal the removal of Azharuddin’s life ban in the Supreme Court

Just a month after former India captain Mohammad Azharuddin had his life ban lifted by the Andhra Pradesh High Court, the Board of Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) stepped in and announced that they would be reviewing the court’s decision, but could not come to an agreement at the end of their first meeting and have thus chosen to “defer” the decision until a later date.

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A BATTING WITH BIMAL BREAKING REPORT: ICC to review policy on government interference

 

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Isaac is hoping to see all cricket boards elect their presidents sooner rather than later

The International Cricket Council (ICC) president Alan Isaac has announced that he will be reviewing whether government involvement in cricketing matters should be allowed to continue or banned for all member nations.

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