Sachin Tendulkar and Suresh Raina recall ODI World Cup win | Cricket News

NEW DELHI: Sachin Tendulkar and Suresh Raina on Saturday went down memory lane as they celebrated 11 years of India’s second ODI World Cup win. In 2011 on April 2, India defeated Sri Lanka by six wickets at the Wankhede Stadium in the final to lift their second ODI World Cup. “How the dream started … Read more

Kane Williamson’s third ODI since 2019 marks the start of the Black Caps’ World Cup push

Black Caps captain Kane Williamson was the player of the tournament at the 2019 Cricket World Cup, where his side lost the final to hosts England in painful circumstances. July 14, 2019 and the defeat on boundary countback at Lord’s in London was 1,130 days ago. Since then, Williamson has played just two one-day internationals. … Read more

Sri Lanka Cricket seeks Rs 43.4 crore from former World Cup-winning captain Arjuna Ranatunga

Image Source : GETTY, SRI LANKA CRICKET SLC demands fine for “loss of reputation” from Arjuna Ranatunga The Sri Lanka Cricket’s executive committee have taken legal action against the country’s former World Cup-winning skipper Arjuna Ranatunga. The SLC has sent Letters of Demand (LOD) of LKR 2 billion (INR 43.4 crore approx) for “loss of … Read more

Andre Russell says I want to win another World Cup for West Indies

Andre Russell has insisted he still wants to win “another World Cup – or two more – for West Indies” and that he still has ambitions to play international cricket. Russell has not played for West Indies since the T20 World Cup in November 2021. Last week, he responded to head coach Phil Simmons’ suggestions … Read more

Women’s FTP: Indian team to play 2 Tests, 27 ODIs and 36 T20Is in three-year cycle

According to ICC, the 2022-25 Women’s Championship, teams will generally play three-match bilateral ODI series before the 2025 World Cup According to ICC, the 2022-25 Women’s Championship, teams will generally play three-match bilateral ODI series before the 2025 World Cup The Indian women’s team will play as many as 65 international games in the inaugural … Read more

ICC declares Women’s FTP ’22-’25: From India’s matches to World Cup, Here’s everything you need to know

Image Source : BCCI WOMEN Team India ICC released the historic first-ever Women’s Future Tours Program (FTP) on the 16th of August, Tuesday. It includes an international cricket calendar, including ICC events and bilateral international series for a period of three years. “This is a huge moment for the women’s game,” ICC general manager of … Read more

SLC takes legal action against World Cup-winning captain Arjun Ranatunga, demands Rs. 43.5 crore in damages for ‘false, derogatory and distorted statement’

Sri Lanka Cricket’s (SLC) executive committee has decided to take legal action against World Cup-winning captain Arjun Ranatunga for making ‘false, derogatory and distorted statements in a recent interview. In a statement, the cricket board stated that they have sent a letter of demand seeking Rs. 2 billion (43,51,01,949.60 INR) in damages to the newly … Read more

‘Is This What We’re Going to Have, The World Cup And Rest of Time Playing Club Cricket?’: Kapil Dev

Legendary India captain Kapil Dev has raised doubts about the future of cricket as he feels that franchise leagues might dominate the international calendar. Kapil wants the International Cricket Council to take responsibility and find a solution regarding the management of the game. The rise of Indian Premier League has tempted other cricket boards to … Read more

Fastest ODI World Cup hundred record holder Kevin O’Brien retires | Cricket News

Dublin: Ireland all-rounder Kevin O’Brien on Tuesday announced his retirement from international cricket, leaving a lasting legacy on the game. Making his debut for Ireland in 2006, O’Brien was a central figure in his team’s rise from Associate Membership to Test status across a career that spanned close to two decades. O’Brien bows out with … Read more

Kevin O’Brien, Ireland’s 2011 World Cup hero, retires from international cricket

Kevin O’Brien, the iconic Ireland cricketer, has announced his retirement from international cricket, ending a 15-year career as his country’s most capped player across formats. The highest point, without a doubt, remains his 63-ball 113 against England in the 2011 ODI World Cup match in Bengaluru, where he led Ireland to a three-wicket win in … Read more