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A world cricket committee: The MCC's own think tank

Submitted by rickeyre on March 2, 2013 - 1:55pm

The Marylebone Cricket Club, the one and only MCC to those not living in Melbourne or working for Microsoft, has come a long way in the past couple of decades. One of the higher profile innovations by the MCC in recent years was the establishment in 2006 of its "World Cricket Committee", an independent think tank of past and present players and umpires.

Cricketwoman is back for the 2013 ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup

Submitted by rickeyre on January 28, 2013 - 4:43pm

For a short time only. Cricketwoman makes a comeback for the 2013 ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup.

This website will be a conduit for official announcements, independent news, video, tweets and information surrounding the ICC Women’s Cricket World Cup, which commences in India on 31 January 2013. Keep a close eye on the Calendar page for further information as well as regular updates.

Abyssinia Warnie: 10th Anniversary Edition

Submitted by rickeyre on January 22, 2013 - 10:35pm

In cricket's modern world of incremental exits, a legend can announce his retirement, celebrate a long emotional farewell, and then turn up playing another format for another team. But just as Warnie seems to be gone, he re-emerges. Like the monster in a slasher movie, or as I prefer to think of him, an escapee from the House of Wax.

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Ricky Ponting retires

Submitted by rickeyre on November 30, 2012 - 9:25am

There can never be a totally perfect time to retire. It didn't quite happen for Ricky Ponting, yet he can still be happy with the circumstances of his exit. Today, as he steps out on the WACA for the Welcome to Country, the anthems, and the Third Test against South Africa, he will be making his 168th official Test match appearance for Australia. It will be last, having announced his retirement yesterday.

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Sachin Tendulkar AM, but what's the fuss?

Submitted by rickeyre on October 17, 2012 - 10:42am

On Tuesday, Australia's Prime Minister Julia Gillard announced while on a state visit to New Delhi that Sachin Tendulkar would be made an honorary Member of the Order of Australia. . Yet on Wednesday morning, the Australian media is full of outrage. How can such a seemingly safe and popular decision be so controversial?

This social media #fail is brought to you by the USA Cricket Association

Submitted by rickeyre on October 16, 2012 - 11:28am

On Saturday, a representative of the United States of America Cricket Association posted to its Facebook page, linking to an article on Cricinfo referring to reports of internal dysfunctionality within the Association.

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