Selectors today named a 15-player squad for two NatWest Women’s one-day internationals and two NatWest Women’s International T20 matches against Pakistan which commence in Louth, Lincolnshire on July 1.
Cricket Australia (CA) advises that leg-spinner Fawad Ahmed will join the Australia A squad for the remainder of its VB Tour of the British Isles.
The England selectors have added Warwickshire pace bowler Boyd Rankin to the England ODI squad for the remaining two matches in the NatWest series against New Zealand. Rankin will join the squad ahead of the second ODI at the Ageas Bowl on Sunday. Both Stuart Broad and Steven Finn have been ruled out of the first two ODIs against New Zealand through injury.
England pace bowlers Stuart Broad and Steven Finn have been ruled out of the first two ODIs in the three match NatWest series against New Zealand.
Broad has a bruised right knee sustained when he landed on the knee during the final stages of the recent Test match at Headingley. Finn is unavailable due to shin soreness.
Both players will be reassessed at the beginning of next week to determined their availability for the final ODI on Wednesday at Trent Bridge.
Bafana Bafana will be without Sweden-based midfielder May Mahlangu and striker Tokelo Rantie as well Russia-based defender Siyanda Xulu in the international friendly match against Lesotho on Sunday, 2 June 2013 at the Setsoto Stadium in Maseru, Lesotho.
The Executive Board (EB) of the International Olympic Committee (IOC) today recommended that baseball/softball, squash and wrestling be proposed to the 125th IOC Session for possible inclusion as an additional sport on the Olympic programme for the 2020 Olympic Games.
Two bowlers have been suspended from bowling, having been subject to the ECB process for bowlers with suspected illegal bowling actions. Hampshire’s Glenn Querl and Gloucestershire’s Jack Taylor have both been reported on two separate occasions within a 12-month period and have undergone independent analysis.
The seemingly ageless Mike Corren broke yet another record on Sunday when he became the oldest man ever to win a title on the men’s Professional Squash Association world tour.
- Squash: Karwalski wins title in South America
- Squash: Australian challenge ends at British Open
- Squash: Miraculous comeback puts Pilley into the quarters
- ICC withdraws Asad Rauf from ICC Champions Trophy
- Squash: Brown recovers to overcome Perry
- Squash: Pilley powers through at British Open
- Yelena Isinbaeva announced as Youth Olympic Games Ambassador for Nanjing 2014
- ITF settle Fernando Romboli Doping controversy
- Richardson advises Pakistani duo to apologize for actions and get on with their lives
- Aleksandra Wozniak sidelined for 3 more months with shoulder injury
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