Cook believes cricket has 'never been safer' despite Hughes tragedy Nov 29, 11:13 am
London, November 29 (ANI): England captain Alastair Cook has stated that cricket has never been safe, commenting in the light of Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes tragic accident.
Johannesburg, Nov 29 (ANI): As world sport mourned the death of Australian batsman Phillip Hughes on Thursday including former greats and even politicians, tennis stars Rafael Nadal and Andy Murray were not far behind in paying tribute to the late cricketer.
Cricket fans globally pay tribute to late Hughes by 'putting their bats out' on Twitter Nov 29, 11:02 am
London, Nov 29 (ANI): Cricket fans around the world paid tribute to the deceased Australian batsman Phillip Hughes by pulling their cricket bats from their bags and placing them out.
Former Black Cap McGlashan says safety standards in cricket would change post Philip Hughes' death Nov 28, 11:57 am
Wellington, Nov 28 (ANI): Former Black Cap Peter McGlashan has said that safety standards in cricket would change in the wake of Australian cricketer Philip Hughes' death following a head injury.
Ex ICC chief urges cricket administrators to improve safety standards post Hughes' tragic demise Nov 28, 11:38 am
Johannesburg, Nov 28 (ANI): Former International Cricket Council chief Jagmohan Dalmiya has urged cricket administrators to work on improving safety standards to ensure that incidents like the shock death of Australian cricketer Phil Hughes never happen again.
Indian Cricket Team expresses condolences to Hughes' family post 'unfortunate tragedy' Nov 27, 2:47 pm
New Delhi, November 27 (ANI): In the wake of Australian batsman Phillip Hughes' demise, the Indian cricket team has extended condolences to the family of Hughes, calling it an unfortunate tragedy, in a statement.
Cricketers far and wide rocked by Hughes' 'devastating' death Nov 27, 2:34 pm
Sydney, Nov 27 (ANI): The Australian Cricketers Association chief executive Alistair Nicholson has said that cricketers far and wide had been rocked by the devastating event of batsman Phillip Hughes' passing.
Philip Hughes will be remembered forever, says Cricket Australia CEO Nov 27, 12:40 pm
Sydney/ New Delhi, Nov. 27 (ANI): Cricket Australia's chief executive James Sutherland on Friday said that cricketer Phil Hughes, who passed away today following a head injury that he received on Tuesday, was a rising star who will be remembered fore
New Delhi, Nov 27 (ANI): Cricketers and fans together took to Twitter to show their support and empathy for Australian cricketer Phillip Hughes passed away on Thursday.
Vettori's return to Test cricket for final against Pak excites Kiwi skipper McCullum Nov 26, 2:45 pm
Johannesburg, Nov 26 (ANI): The prospect of veteran left-arm spinner Daniel Vettori's returning to Test cricket in the third and final match against Pakistan in Sharjah has excited New Zealand cricket team captain Brendon McCullum.
'Cricketing genius' Kallis now fancies his 'caddying skills' Nov 26, 1:02 pm
Johannesburg, Nov 26 (ANI): Former South Africa all-rounder Jacques Kallis took to Twitter to announce his caddying debut as he would step onto the fairways at this week's Sunshine Tour event in Cape Town.
London, November 25 (ANI): Former England captain Michael Vaughan has expressed to offer his proposal for an FA Cup-style Twenty20 competition to the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB), in view of declining cricket participation levels in amateur cricket.
Oz cricket community rallies behind 'critically injured' Hughes post sickening bouncer blow Nov 25, 2:01 pm
Sydney, November 25 (ANI): The Australian cricket community has reacted shockingly to the hospitalization of batsman Phillip Hughes, who suffered a heavy blow on the head by a bouncer during South Australia's Sheffield Shield clash with NSW.
Karachi, Nov 25 (ANI): Australian High Commissioner Peter Heyward has said that his country would send their top women and army cricketers by next year to Pakistan in a bid to revive international cricket in the Asian nation.
Sydney, Nov 24 (ANI): Stand-in India cricket team captain Virat Kohli has reportedly warned stereotypical Australian sledging and claimed that they are there to play the brand of cricket that the hosts play.
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