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BCCI seeks clarity from Supreme Court over Srinivasan's presence
The BCCI has sought the opinion of the Supreme Court over whether N Srinivasan could attend the meetings of the board as the authorised representative of TNCA

Manhas to play for Jammu and Kashmir
Mithun Manhas has switched from Delhi to Jammu and Kashmir for the forthcoming domestic season

USACA vice-president Janjua resigns
Faizan Janjua has resigned from his post as vice-president of USACA after just over five months in the position

Gleam in Gale's eye tells of inevitable title
Yorkshire's second successive Championship looks a formality after an innings victory against Somerset in less than three days at Headingley

Vilas tackles uncertain future head on
Dane Vilas is unsure what he will be doing in a month's time as he battles for a spot in South Africa's senior team with Quinton de Kock

Atapattu resigns as Sri Lanka coach
Marvan Atapattu has resigned as Sri Lanka coach, Sri Lanka Cricket has announced. His resignation was accepted by the board

Australia bat; England recall Taylor, Moeen and Woakes
Australia won the toss and decided to bat first in the first Royal London ODI at the Ageas Bowl against an England side with four changes from their previous ODI against New Zealand

Confident Saha targets SA series return
Wriddhiman Saha, the India wicketkeeper, is confident of regaining fitness ahead of the four-match Test series against South Africa due to begin in November

There is room for me in limited overs - Ajmal
Pakistan offspinner Saeed Ajmal has dismissed speculations of retirement, insisting he's still a "good limited-overs bowler", even as chief selector Haroon Rasheed said he was looking forward to "judge him" in the national T20 main round beginning next we

WACA to lose major international games
The WACA Ground will no longer host international matches featuring England, India or South Africa from 2018-19, with all major internationals set to move to the new Perth Stadium

Delhi Police appeals against acquittal in IPL case
The Delhi Police special cell has moved Delhi High Court to appeal against a trial court's order that let off all those accused by Delhi Police in the spot-fixing case of 2013

Galle likely to host West Indies Test
Sri Lanka Cricket's interim committee is likely to retain Galle as a venue for the two-Test series against West Indies in October but has decided to drastically reduce the costs it will incur in hosting the match there, as well as at other venues for the

Johnson, Hazlewood could be rested from Bangladesh
Fast bowlers Mitchell Johnson and Josh Hazlewood could be rested from Australia's Test tour of Bangladesh next month in an effort to ensure they are fresh for the upcoming home summer

Championship cut gathers vital support
The prospect of a restructured county season - with a reduced Championship schedule and limited-overs cricket played in blocks - has come a step closer.

Bayliss enters England's 50-over challenge
England's one-day team has been revived this season, but now they face the world champions while, behind the scenes, the best way forward for the domestic version is hammered out

PCB seeks clarification on India series in December
The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has, in a letter to the BCCI, sought clarity on the mooted bilateral series this December, pointing out that it was part of a memorandum of understanding (MOU) signed last year by the two boards

Grayson leaves Essex to end 19-year link
Essex have confirmed the departure of head coach Paul Grayson, ending weeks of speculation over his position at the club

Andre Nel to coach Easterns at Africa Cup
Former South Africa fast bowler Andre Nel is set to coach provincial side Easterns at the Africa Cup T20 tournament

Patel's worth harks back to simpler times
Jeetan Patel is a priceless example of an overseas player who has achieved for his county over several seasons in an era when the schedule renders it almost impossible

Yorkshire blessed by England homecoming
Yorkshire, raised by England for much of the season, have been blessed by the homecoming of Jonny Bairstow, Gary Ballance and Adam Lyth as they close in on the Championship

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