Saeed Ajmal will undergo bio-mechanic test at PCB lab: Intikhab Alam
Saeed Ajmal will undergo bio-mechanic test at PCB lab: Intikhab Alam

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) will use all modern methods including a functional biomechanics laboratory to stamp out the menace of bowlers with illegal bowling actions in domestic cricket.

Australia paceman Ryan Harris eyes Sheffield Shield return
Australia paceman Ryan Harris eyes Sheffield Shield return

Australia fast bowler Ryan Harris is hoping to be fit in time for the domestic Sheffield Shield season in October as he continues his long recovery from knee surgery.

Rajasthan players in limbo as RCA can't give NOC for transfer
Rajasthan players in limbo as RCA can't give NOC for transfer

With domestic season set to kick off in another month and a half's time, the future of top Rajasthan cricketers like Pankaj Singh, Robin Bist and Ashok Menaria hangs in balance as it is difficult for them to even get an inter-state transfer to play for any other state.

Pakistan hopes for Aamer`s early return

Pakistan cricket authorities on Friday said they hoped banned paceman Mohammad Aamer would return to domestic cricket before the end of his five-year ban for spot-fixing.

BCCI official scorer Sathuri Kamalakara Rao passes away

Indian Cricket Board`s (BCCI) official scorer Sathuri Kamalakara Rao, (54) passed away here today due to illness.

Proposal to abolish departmental cricket in Pakistan

The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) is contemplating a radical change in its domestic cricket structure which would see the abolishment of departmental cricket after nearly five decades in the country.

Aamir`s World Cup dreams over

The banned Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Aamir will not be eligible to play in next year`s World Cup even if he returns early to domestic cricket, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has said.

Pakistan`s Amir won`t play in World Cup even if ban reduced

Banned Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Amir will not be eligible for next year`s World Cup even if he returns early to domestic cricket, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) said on Friday.

Michael Clarke broke shoulder in Cape Town, ordered to rest

Australia captain Michael Clarke batted with a broken shoulder on the recent tour of South Africa and has been advised to rest, ruling him out of the domestic first class final later this week, Cricket Australia said on Monday.

Australia to turn on the lights for Sheffield Shield

Australia will play a number of first-class matches in the domestic Sheffield Shield competition under lights next week as a trial for playing day-night test cricket, Cricket Australia said on Saturday.

We don`t take Jammu and Kashmir team lightly: Harbhajan

Punjab captain Harbhajan Singh today said that Jammu and Kashmir have capable players in their ranks and his side did not take them lightly in their Ranji Trophy quarterfinal match which began here.

Dinda-Kartik again involved in a verbal spat in Ranji quarters

There was no love lost between Bengal and Railways cricketers as veteran India discard Murali Kartik was involved in another verbal altercation with mercurial Bengal speedster Ashoke Dinda on the first day of their Ranji Trophy quarter-final match here Wednesday.

Bengal fritter away advantage after Sudip-Easwaran stand

Youngsters Sudip Chatterjee and Abhimanyu Easwaran, showed maturity beyond years with a brilliant 163-run partnership before another familiar middle-order collapse saw Bengal end the day at 274 for eight against Railways in the Ranji Trophy quarterfinal here Wednesday.

Yadav rescues Mumbai with attacking century against Maha

Out-of-form Suryakumar Yadav notched up a timely, counter-attacking hundred to steer defending champions Mumbai to 306 for seven against Maharashtra in their Ranji Trophy quarterfinal match at Wankhede Stadium here Wednesday.

Bhajji plays a captain`s knock as Punjab recover against J&K

Punjab captain Harbhajan Singh made a superb return to competitive cricket as he smashed 92 off only 80 balls to rescue his team from a precarious position against an impressive Jammu and Kashmir bowling attack on the first day of the Ranji Trophy quarter-final here Wednesday.

Viru puzzle unsolved, De Kock, Corey on IPL teams` wish-list

Virender Sehwag`s string of poor scores in domestic cricket is likely to affect his chances of bagging a lucrative deal in the IPL VII as it looks highly unlikely that he would be retained by his current franchise Delhi Daredevils.

Binny`s blast gives Karnataka first innings lead

Stuart Binny celebrated his maiden call-up to the Indian ODI squad by scoring a fluent 88 on a slow and low Ferozeshah Kotla wicket here Tuesday, pushing Karnataka past Delhi’s 202 on day two of the Group A match in Ranji Trophy.

Maharashtra dismiss Himachal for 228

Maharashtra produced a disciplined bowling effort to bundle out visitors Himachal Pradesh for 228 on the opening day of their Ranji Trophy Group C match, here Sunday.

Vijaykumar scalps four as Tripura reach 165/9 against Andhra

Medium pacers Paidikalva Vijaykumar and Kakani Harish shared seven wickets between them as Andhra reduced Tripura to 165 for 9 in the first innings on the opening day of their Group C Ranji Trophy match, here Sunday.

Railways struggle to 85-5 against Services in Ranji

Services bowlers produced a disciplined bowling display to reduce Railways to 85 for five in their first innings at stumps on a weather-hit opening day of their Ranji Trophy Group B match here Sunday.