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Jun 22, 2018
ICC Chief Executive David Richardson to deliver MCC Spirit of Cricket Cowdrey lecture at Lord's on 6 AugustFormer South African international Richardson, who has been the Chief Executive of the ICC since 2012, will become the second former Proteas player to give the lecture, after Barry Richards imparted the address in 2002.
Jun 07, 2016
Doing everything to fight corruption and gain trust of cricketers: ICC after McCullum criticismStung by Brendon McCullum's scathing criticism of its "casual" handling of match-fixing evidence against Chris Cairns, the ICC on Tuesday said it is trying to regain the trust of cricketers by continued review of its anti-corruption activities.
Jun 07, 2016
Brendon McCullum hits out at ICC’s 'casual' approach to fixing in his Spirit of Cricket lectureBrendon McCullum said he stood by the evidence he gave against New Zealand great Chris Cairns as he urged the International Cricket Council to be more "professional" in dealing with players alleging match-fixing during his MCC Spirit of Cricket Cowdrey Lecture.
May 05, 2016
Ex-England paceman Matthew Fleming named next president of MCCFormer England bowler Matthew Fleming is all set to become the next president of the Marylebone Cricket Club (MCC), and will take up the post on 1 October
Feb 04, 2016
A batsman's game? Instead of frowning on 'mankading', we should be asking why the non-striker left his creaseThe solution to 'mankad'ing is straightforward: To have more of it. Let’s admit that truth that we all know, but few accept: that if cricket ever was the gentleman’s game, now it is the batter’s game.
Sep 05, 2014
Scrap IPL as players become slaves to it: Ian BothamEngland legend Ian Botham has called for the scrapping of Indian Premier League (IPL), saying the T20 domestic event is “too powerful” for cricket’s “long-term good” and the game would be better off without the tournament.
Jul 25, 2013
Technology has been a double-edged sword for umpires: Simon TaufelTaufel, however, insisted that he was not against the use of technology in the game.