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Bruce Gordon rejected Ten request to pitch in for cricket rights

Bruce Gordon's WIN Corporation knocked back a request to tip in about $5 million a year to help pump-up Ten Network's offer to Cricket Australia, in a move that suggests tension remains between the Bermuda-based billionaire and Ten's new owner.

Cricket Australia: Lights not out on Adelaide Test – yet

India is the only major Test nation yet to play in a pink-ball Test.

Warne: Cricket Australia guilty of financial ‘greed’

The BBL season will include 16 more games this summer, but not everyone is happy.

We put sports players on moral pedestals then act all high and mighty when...

More than that, these guys get well over a million bucks a year just to play, plus potentially a third of that again in bonuses.

It’s not cricket, and that’s the whole idea

It was only one week later that the ECB announced a tournament in a new format, the shortest yet, 100 balls a side.

Success will need to be found on and off field for new cricket regime

Mickey Arthur had tried to institute *cough* cultural change, but the urgent need was to start winning.

CA offers straight bat to 100-ball format as ‘challenges’ grow

Cricket Australia has no plans to tinker with the Big Bash League and adopt England's radical counter to the Twenty20 format at a time when players have expressed concerns about the "number of challenges" facing the sport's short-form formats.

100-ball game can prove a winner but Test cricket ignored once more

All the headlines and focus will be on 100-ball innings and wildcard overs, but actually the new tournament will stand or fall by whether or not it attracts the best players and coaches.

Short ball: England create 100-ball game for cricket

English domestic cricket is set to get yet another format after the England and Wales Cricket Board announced plans for an eight-team, 100-ball competition in the pursuit of younger, family oriented audiences.


Durham cricketers support world record attempt

Durham cricketers James Weighell and Matthew Potts attended Durham School yesterday (Feb 13) to take part in a non-stop indoor cricket match that would last for a whopping 48 hours.

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