South Africa’s Twenty20 captain Faf du Plessis on Saturday welcomed the new cricket rule which allows free hits after all kinds of no-balls in limited-over games. The new rule will come in effect today when South Africa play Bangladesh in the first of the two Twenty20 internationals at the Sher-e-Bangla National Stadium. Besides the no-ball ... Read more
The election of the Bangladesh Cricket Board plunged into a deeper crisis as divisional and district sports association members felt deeply wounded as board president Nazmul Hasan met Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina to discuss election related issues recently without their knowledge despite being promised earlier.
The members of the International Cricket Council and Bangladesh Cricket Board will host a colourful programme today at a city hotel to launch the logo of the ICC World Twenty20 2014 to be hosted in Bangladesh. The one-and-a-half hour programme will have several segments that include music and dance from renowned artists along with a magic ... Read more
Bangladesh Cricket Board on Wednesday named its president AHM Mustafa Kamal as Bangladesh’s candidate for the International Cricket Council vice-president post for the next two years. The nomination paved the way for Kamal to eventually become ICC chief as the vice-president usually takes over as president of the global cricket oversight
In the week when England host India at Lord’s in the 2,000th Test match, there was no room for any English players in an International Cricket Council (ICC) poll to decide cricket fans’ greatest Test team of all time. Names like WG Grace, Jack Hobbs, Len Hutton, Jim Laker, Fred Trueman and Ian Botham were ... Read more
The Interna-tional Cricket Council has pointed a finger at Bangladesh for ambush marketing during the recently-concluded World Cup, said the officials on Sunday. ‘We have received a report from the ICC mentioning some attempts of ambush marketing in Bangladesh,’ said Ali Ahsan Babu, the host tournament director of World Cup local organising
Bangladesh Cricket Board president AHM Mustafa Kamal on Saturday welcomed the International Cricket Council’s move to amend the constitution to ensure free elections to its member boards. The executive board of the ICC will consider two significant changes to its constitution in the two-day meeting beginning in Hong Kong