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Afghanistan seek BCCI’s support for development of the sport

Afghanistan Cricket Board (ACB) officials have sought support from the BCCI for development of the sport in their war-torn country.

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Afghanistan cricket craves for more international support

Afghanistan's top cricket official on Friday demanded more technical support from the cricket world to build on his team's success.

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Afghanistan eagerly waiting for ODI clash against Australia

Afghan cricket chiefs Tuesday said the team was "anxiously waiting" for the country's first international against Australia in the Middle East next month, as they focus on becoming an established side.

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Brothers-in-arms 5: Hammond & Chappell – linked by divine drives & dexterity

In Part Five of the series, in which we look at two cricketers who could easily be mistaken for siblings in the way they went about their game, Arunabha Sengupta compares Wally Hammond and Greg Chappell - two men related by their majesty, grace and curious unpopularity.

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Australian players deny plans of boycotting England tour

The continuing stalemate over a pay dispute notwithstanding, Australian cricketers have no plans of going on strike.

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Kerry Packer’s World Series: Remembering the massive quake that shook world cricket

Cricketers Turn Pirates, screamed the banner. “The new Dogs of Cricket include England captain Tony Greig and 13 of the Australian touring party now in England,” Ian Wooldridge wrote.

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Afghanistan cricket has achieved what no other sports had: Taliban

Afghanistan's first-ever one-day international against Pakistan achieved what no other sport had managed -- support from the once cricket-hating Taliban, according to an official.

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India to face Sri Lanka in its opening Asia Cup encounter

Defending champions India will begin their campaign in the four-nation Asia Cup cricket tournament against Sri Lanka at the Sher-e-Bangla National stadium on March 13.

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Collingwood to represent Scorchers in Big Bash

England all-rounder Paul Collingwood on Tuesday became the second international signing for Australian franchise Perth Scorchers for the Big Bash Twenty20 tournament.

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