Monthly Archive:: August 2010
THE unpalatable truth is that the ICC can do very little to stop spot-fixing in international cricket. This has been apparent ever since Hansie Cronje, captain of South Africa, was exposed as a greedy cheat in 2000.
THE former England hero Phil DeFreitas has the same vibes about the Ashes that he had all those years ago when the coveted urn was last won in Australia. DeFreitas was only 20 when he was selected
JUST as Worcestershire are wondering how they can pay for their £15 million hotel and development plans at New Road their chief executive resigns and the captain stands down. Mark Newton ended his tenure as chief executive
THE English international umpire Ian Gould is Italy-bound this week to officiate in the Pepsi ICC World Cricket League Division Four, the pathway to World Cup qualification for minor countries. The tournament starts in Bologna on Saturday,
THE daughter of Chris Adams is due to make her debut for an ECB Development XI in the ICC Europe Women’s World Cup qualifying championships in Scotland on Aug 9-11. The tall Georgia Adams, 16, from Brighton