Cricket Monthly: Issue One - May 2014

By particularkev | A monthly magazine on global cricket.

Women's Twenty20: New IPL-style league planned by Australian pair

Cricket's top women players could feature in an Indian Premier League-style tournament within nine months.<p>That's according to Australian businessman …

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The history of cricket in England is one of many cultures

The rich mix of English cricket<p>Of course Nigel Farage spent Sunday afternoon at the cricket, whiling away the final few hours before the election results came in by watching Kent play Worcester at – where else? – Royal Tunbridge Wells. “Cricket,” wrote Neville Cardus, “is in the blood of every …

Gayle to seek treatment for back injury

West Indies news<p>Chris Gayle has said he will seek treatment in Germany for an injured back to ensure he is fit for the home Tests against New …

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Cricket match fixing: Who's pulling the strings? - Sport

<b>The latest instalment in cricket's match-fixing saga has revealed a power struggle, writes Dylan Cleaver</b><p>"I believe there are dark forces at …

Oz journo slams 'dull' ICC fixing probe following 'no Oz players involved' claims

Australian Herald (ANI) <i>Saturday 24th May, 2014</i><p>A senior Australian journalist has joined critics slamming the International Cricket Council's probe …

The game that's in a fix

Cricket: The great game that is now in terrible fix<p>Getty Images<p>OFF YOU GO: The Wellington Firebirds celebrate taking the wicket of Lou Vincent, in …

Cricket match fixing: Anatomy of match fixing - Cricket

<b>In Lou Vincent’s example, he has the perfect personality traits to be considered vulnerable: a troubled man with money worries parachuting in and out</b> …

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Wide World of Sports breaking news and live scores

Fijian native Semi Radradra will make his Kangaroos debut after being named for their upcoming Test against New Zealand.<p>an hour agoRead all NRL …

Cricket must confront the magnitude of fixing

The sad truth is that the most recent spot-fixing revelations bring to mind nothing so much as Captain Renault’s line as he shuts down Rick’s Café in Casablanca: “I’m shocked, shocked, to find that gambling is going on in here.” What was it, exactly, about the evidence accrued in recent years that …

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Czech cricket: onwards and upwards!

Prague TV |<p>20 May 2014<p>How far has cricket progressed in Prague over the last 12 months?<p>It’s been over a year since Prague.TV last met with the guys …

Sri Lanka’s Hathurusinghe to coach Bangladesh cricket

The 45 year-old Sri Lankan, who took charge of the Thunder last season, has been offered the chance to coach at full international level, after …

Chris Cairns denies he is high-profile name involved in match-fixing

Chris Cairns, the former New Zealand and Nottinghamshire all-rounder, has released a statement reiterating his previous denials of any involvement in match-fixing, following a report that "the net is closing" around a big name in the game.<p>Cairns has not been publicly identified as that name, who is …

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Cricket: Former star offered McCullum cash to fix - Sport

New Zealand Cricket have released a statement this afternoon to express their dismay that Brendon McCullum's testimony to the International Cricket …

SA's cricket bat crafting history

Cricket bats have been handcrafted in South Australia for almost 120 years, now the last remaining cricket bat maker has opened his workshop for SA …

Kumar Sangakkara: 'It's been an amazing privilege to play the game'

Kumar Sangakkara is freezing at the end of an abandoned day of county cricket in Sussex. Wearing a huge borrowed jumper from the visitors' dressing room occupied by Durham, for whom he played two matches while preparing for Sri Lanka's one-day and Test series against England, the great batsman …

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