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Dubai -- The International Cricket Council Executive Board will meet in Dubai on Tuesday and Wednesday for their first of four scheduled meetings in 2011.

Among the important issues they will consider are:

Strategic plan
The next five year strategy (2011-15) will be considered following a joint work session on 14 February 2011 with members of the ICC Chief Executives...

Lahore, Pakistan – Pakistan fast bowler Aizaz Cheema has been ruled out of this month’s West Indies tour due to fitness problems.

Cheema, who is yet to play at the international level, was declared unfit for cricket activities by the Pakistan Cricket Board’s medical staff was replaced in the 16-man squad by Sadaf Hussain.

Left-arm pacer Sadaf, 21, was the top wicket-taker in...

Kandy, Sri Lanka – Brilliant centuries from Tillakaratne Dilshan and Upul Tharanga helped Sri Lanka to a comprehensive 139-run win over Zimbabwe at the new Pallekele Cricket Ground on Thursday.

Dilshan hit 144 at better than a run-a-ball while the left-handed Tharanga (133) added 282 for the first wicket – the highest partnership for the opening wicket in the history of the ICC Cricket...

Roseau, Dominica, CMC – India won the toss and chose to field on the opening day of the third and final Digicel Test match against West Indies on Wednesday at Windsor Park.

The match marked a special milestone for West Indies veteran Shiv Chanderpaul, who made his 133rd Test appearance, the most by a West Indian player.

West Indies made two changes, giving Test debuts to Kieran Powell...

Dubai, United Arab Emirates ¬– Captain Kraigg Brathwaite and Anthony Alleyne both made superb centuries as West Indies Under-19s made 426-8 declared against Australia Under-19s on the second day of their three-day Test match on Monday.

The pair came together at 44-2 and added 183 for the third wicket as the Windies dominated the second day’s play, in reply to Australia’s first...

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