The situation of Indian Woman Team after their poor performance in World T20 semi-final has worsen. The controversy over the exclusion has risen after being dropped from the semi-final XI. Romesh Powar, the coach of Indian Woman team said in BCCI meeting, “Mithali Raj – a senior player in the team. Minimum inputs in team 

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Australian Cricket Board has rejected the plea of Australian Cricketers Association (ACA) of lifting the ban on Smith, Warner and Bancroft. “We believe the ongoing conversation about reducing the sanctions puts undue pressure on the three players – all of whom accepted the sanctions earlier this year – and the Australian men’s cricket team,” Eddings (the 

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After retiring from International cricket, Dwayne Bravo talks to i955fm, a Trinidad-based radio station, about the incident took place on West Indies’ tour of India in 2014, where the pay dispute issue threatened to cancel the series. Looking back the events that transpired in India, would you do anything differently? The only thing I would do differently 

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As per sources Alastair Cook to be knighted soon. “A knighthood is a question of when, not if,” as per one source. “The Prime Minister has intervened before,” the source added. “After the 2012 Olympics, she told the committee to go ahead with issuing awards. She loves cricket and it’s not beyond the realm of possibility that 

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Talking to media, West Indian great Lara has a high praise for Indian youngster Prithvi Shaw.  Lara, who played alongside Kapil Dev and others in the Krishnapatnam Port Golden Eagles golf championship at Prestige Golfshire course here on Saturday, also mentioned that Sachin Tendulkar is concerned about the current state of West Indies cricket.   Lara 

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On his birthday, David Warner walked off the field in the middle of the over. “I’m removing myself from the game”. Apparently it was because of a sledge. It is alleged that the comments came from Jason Hughes, brother of Phillip Hughes. David Warner was batting on 35* when he walked off the field. Umpires 

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