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PCB may cut Ajmal's English county stint LAHORE: Pakistan off-spinner Saeed Ajmal's stint with English county Worcestershire may be set for a shorter duration to compensate for his country's hastily-arranged Test and one-day series against Sri Lanka."We are still discussing how much time he (Ajmal) can be away as we now have a scheduled series in Sri Lanka," Pakistan Cricket Board chief operating officer Subhan Ahmed told AFP.PCB finalised a two-Test and three one-day match series in Sri Lanka, which is likely to interrupt Ajmal's stint with Worcestershire for whom he also played in 2011.The series was only finalised on the sidelines of an International Cricket Council meeting in Dubai last week.The 36-year-old spinner was due to arrive in the UK for Worcestershire's first championship game on Sunday, but the county said they were still waiting."It's hugely disappointing," Worcestershire chief executive David Leatherdale was quoted as saying by BBC."You have to get the PCB no objection ...

Paceman Amir won't play in World Cup even if ban reduced KARACHI: 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.PCB Chairman Najam Sethi told a news conference in Lahore that under the amended anti-corruption laws of the International Cricket Council (ICC) Aamir's five-year ban could be reduced by 12 months.Aamir, 21, was banned for a minimum five years in 2011 for spot-fixing during ...
Big Three's ICC deal benefits Pakistan LAHORE: Pakistan cricket chief Najam Sethi said Friday his country will get eight years of series, including with archrivals India, earning $30 million, after agreeing to the revamp of the game's governing body.Pakistan had opposed changes to the International Cricket Council (ICC) which hand the majority of powers and revenues to the "big three" of international cricket, India, Australia and England.The suggested reforms were approved by majority (eight out of 10 countries in favour) at ...
BCB wants Wasim to help their bowlers ISLAMABAD: Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) wants to rope in the legendary former Pakistan captain Wasim Akram as a bowling consult for their team saying they would love to have Wasim working with them.The BCB Media Committee Chairman, Jalal Yunus said the initial contact with Wasim has been made, however they are now looking forward of reply from the legendry fast bowler."Chairman of the cricket operations committee, Akram Khan has informed BCB about his interaction with ...
PCB announces conditional support to ICC KARACHI: Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) Thursday announced its conditional support to the revised International Cricket Cricket (ICC) resolutions regarding future governance structure and financial model approved previously by all members."PCB, thereby ending PCB's isolation within the international community and opening the doors to International Cricket in a vital manner. The conditions are signing of mutually beneficial bilateral cricket tours from 2015-23 with all members, especially India," PCB said in a statement issued on Thursday.Commenting on ...
BCB keen to hire Wasim Akram as bowling consultant KARACHI: Bangkadesh Cricket Board (BCB) is keen to hire the service of legendary fast bowler and ex-Pakistan skipper Wasim Akram as their bowling consultant.According to BCB media committee chairman, Jalal Yunus the initial contact has been made, however they are now looking forward to hearing from the legendry fast bowler."Chairman of the cricket operations committee, Akram Khan has informed the BCB about his interaction with Wasim Akram, on the matter, during the recently concluded World ...
Afghan cricketers to train in Pakistan KARACHI: Afghanistan's fast-rising cricket team will train in Pakistan under the guidance of two former international captains as they prepare for their maiden World Cup appearance next year, their coach said Thursday.Aamir Sohail will help the batsmen while Rashid Latif will help the wicket-keepers as the minnows begin tuning up for the 2015 World Cup in Australia and New Zealand."We have a full year of events starting with the Asian Cricket Council Trophy next month ...


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