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Use of Pink ball should be `one-off experiment`, insists SA chief

Use of Pink ball should be `one-off experiment`, insists SA chief

Meanwhile, Australian chief James Sutherland has backed the idea, saying that if they don't bring any change, then they are putting the format into risk.

There should be players body in Pakistan cricket: FICA

There should be players body in Pakistan cricket: FICA

The Federation of International Cricketers Association (FICA) has again advised the Pakistani cricketers to form a players association in their country, saying it will benefit them.

Cricketers' body: Playing in Pakistan an 'unacceptable risk'

Cricketers' body: Playing in Pakistan an 'unacceptable risk'

Foreign cricket teams touring Pakistan still face an "unacceptable risk," the international players' body said as Zimbabwe prepares to become the first full ICC member nation to play in the country since a deadly gun attack targeted visiting players six years ago.

FICA opposes ICC's threat of banning players from T20 leagues

FICA opposes ICC's threat of banning players from T20 leagues

Federation of International Cricketers' Associations has objected to ICC's threat of banning players in future from Twenty20 leagues for West Indies-like pull-outs, saying that individual cricketers should not be penalised for a collective action.

SA players` association `eager` to see BCCI, CSA resolve India tour fixtures `soon`

The South African cricketers` body has said that the country`s players are eager to see an `urgent engagement` between their board and their powerful Indian counterparts.

CSA did not act unilaterally on India tour: SACA chief

CSA did not act unilaterally when it announced the schedule for an extended tour by India later this year, according to South African Cricketers` Association.

Dispute over voting for key ICC committee role

The head of South Africa`s players` union alleges that Indian interests have forced a re-vote for the position of players` representative on the ICC cricket committee.

South African cricketers angry with latest setback in appointment of new CSA board

The South Africa Cricketers` Association (SACA) chief executive, Tony Irish has claimed players are angry with the latest setback in the appointment of a new Cricket South Africa (CSA) board, apparently due to political reasons.