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Ashes of former Man United captain scattered in Cork

The ashes of a former Republic of Ireland international and Manchester United captain have been scattered on a cricket ground in his native Cork, 13 years after he died.

Rashid Khan sets new record in Indian Premier League matches – The Khaama Press...

The Afghan national cricket team player and spin sensation Rashid Khan set another record in the Indian Premier League (IPL) matches.

What would a Fox cricket commentary team look like?

It was announced on Friday that a joint bid between Foxtel and Channel Seven has secured the rights to broadcast cricket in this country for six years starting in 2020.

Cricket coverage faces major shake-up with Seven and Foxtel winning TV rights battle

Seven West Media has confirmed it has won the bidding war for Cricket Australia's television rights.

IPL 2018, SRH vs MI: Rashid Khan a great asset with the ball, says...

By: Express Web Desk | Updated: April 13, 2018 5:32:11 Rashid Khan was man of the match for his performance with the ball.

Australia cricket TV deal, how do I watch Tests, FAQs

Here’s everything you need to know.

Cricket coverage faces major shakeup with Seven and Foxtel winning TV rights battle

Seven West Media has confirmed it has won the bidding war for Cricket Australia's television rights.

Cricket coverage faces major shakeup with Seven and Foxtel winning TV rights battle

Seven West Media has confirmed it has won the bidding war for Cricket Australia's television rights.

Howzat! Seven catches cricket from Nine in $1b TV pitch

Seven ends Nine’s four-decade cricket domination in $1b TV rights pitch with Foxtel AAP Friday, 13 April 2018 7:32AM Camera IconMembers of Channel Nine’s cricket commentary team (l-r) Michael Slater, Ian Chappell, Bill Lawry and Ian Healy.

Howzat! Seven catches cricket from Nine in $1b TV pitch

Seven ends Nine’s four-decade cricket domination in $1b TV rights pitch with Foxtel AAP Friday, 13 April 2018 7:32AM Camera IconMembers of Channel Nine’s cricket commentary team (l-r) Michael Slater, Ian Chappell, Bill Lawry and Ian Healy.

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The Yo-Yo conundrum: Players should be given a second chance, says...

MUMBAI: The Yo-Yo test, the new benchmark for attaining fitness to play for Team India, has also become a source of heartbreak for many players who've failed to clear it since it was made mandatory.

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