Bill Lawry tips Oz fans to celebrate Boxing Day Test

Former Australian Test captain Bill Lawry has tipped a celebratory tone for the fans during the Boxing Day and the final Ashes Test in Sydney given the scintillating performances of the Australian players, who are leading the series 3-0.

Renowned TV commentator Benaud pays tribute to ‘gifted colleague’ Greig

Legendary television commentator Richie Benaud has paid tribute to former England captain Tony Greig, ‘a gifted colleague and friend’.

Clarke wears Greig`s signature neckerchief to pay tribute

In a tribute to late cricketer-turned-commentator Tony Greig, who passed away after suffering from a heart attack last week, Australian captain Michael Clarke wore his signature neckerchief while leading his team onto the field in the second Test against Sri Lanka which started here today.

Pink Test turns five

For the fifth consecutive time, the Sydney Cricket Ground (SCG) will be splashed with pink for the Vodafone Pink Test featuring Australia and Sri Lanka, starting tomorrow.

Ian Chappell says ‘fierce competitor’ Greig was ‘best enemy’

Former Australia captain batsman Ian Chappell has paid tribute to legendary England captain and renown commentator Tony Greig after his sudden demise due to a heart attack, saying he and Greig were best of enemies.

Ex-England stars Botham, Hussain pay tribute to ‘revolutionary’ Greig

Former players Ian Botham and Nasser Hussain have paid tributes to the legendary England captain and renown commentator Tony Greig after his sudden demise due to a heart attack on Saturday at the age of 66.

Former England captain Tony Greig passes away

Former England cricket captain and noted commentator Tony Greig has passed away on Saturday. The 66-year former cricket was suffering from lung cancer.

Greig stood by Sri Lanka, says Ranatunga

Remembering Tony Greig, who passed away after losing his battle with lung cancer, Sri Lanka`s World Cup winning skipper Arjuna Ranatunga said that former England captain and celebrated commentator stood by Sri Lanka when most others did not.

Ex-cricketers remember ``visionary`` Greig

Former Australian cricket captain Bill Lawry recalls his first meeting with former England cricketer Tony Greig – the man who would become his commentary box offsider for more than three decades. "He said to me: ``Aren`t you the captain of Australia that lost 4-0 against South Africa?``, Lawry said.

ICC mourn sad demise of Tony Greig

The ICC has offered its deep condolences on the sad demise of former England captain and celebrated commentator Tony Greig, who passed away after losing his battle with lung cancer here today.

Cancer-stricken commentator Tony Greig to undergo operation

Cancer suffering cricket commentator Tony Greig will undergo an operation next week and begin with chemotherapy in a bid to beat the disease.

Robin Jackman diagnosed with cancer

Former England cricketer and now a commentator, Robin Jackman has been diagnosed with cancer and will undergo seven weeks of radiotherapy following two operations to remove malignant tumours from his vocal cords.

Former England skipper Tony Greig diagnosed with lung cancer

Former England captain and commentator Tony Greig has been diagnosed with lung cancer.

India sacrificing spirit of cricket for money and T20: Greig

Former England captain Tony Greig has urged the Board of Control for Cricket in India to abandon self interest and embrace the spirit of cricket.

Resting Tendulkar, Hussey is a disgrace: Tony Greig

Former England captain Tony Greig has labelled the decision to rest Sachin Tendulkar and Mike Hussey during today`s cricket tri-series match between India and Australia as a "disgrace".

For India, things could get worse: Chappell

Ian Chappell led the chorus of international criticism against the Indian cricket team panning its current performance.

End India`s domination to set ICC right: Greig

Ending India`s "domination" of ICC and dismissing the "nonsense" idea of having a window for IPL would top Tony Greig`s agenda.

Appointing Cook is a big mistake by Flower

Former England captain Tony Greig feels the appointment of Alastair Cook as the ODI captain is a dangerous decision on part of team director Andy Flower.