In a statement made by BCCI secretary, Anurag Thakur, on Sunday, May  24th 2015, he announced that as per the proposition of the Women's Cricket Committee in India, BCCI was to consider a contract system for the national Indian women's cricket team.

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May 27, 2015 05:59pm
In a statement made by BCCI secretary, Anurag Thakur, on Sunday, May  24th 2015, he announced that as per the proposition of the Women's Cricket Committee in India, BCCI was to consider a contract system for the national Indian women's cricket team. The second proposal made was to increase the number of domestic level games played and also the international exposure. An under-16 and an under-23 tournament at domestic level is being considered. BCCI has been governing the women's...
May 14, 2015 06:37pm
There was always likely to be long term consequences for England after the disappointing tour of the West Indies. The first casualty to result from it was the retirement of Jonathan Trott. This was soon to be followed by the sacking of Peter Moores the England coach. This was in part due to the appointment of Andrew Strauss as director of Cricket at the ECB. He was also quick to dismiss the return of Kevin Pietersen who at the time was plundering the bowling of Leicestershire for Surrey....
May 13, 2015 02:55am
The door may have been firmly shut on Kevin Pietersen, but England have plenty to worry themselves with. Ever since Paul Downtown, the then MD of English cricket 'sacked' KP, ostensibly for his 'disinterested look', England has had a PR disaster of immense weight in their hands. Like all bitter fall-outs, this one had no 'right' or 'wrong' side. Pietersen could be infuriating, divisive and downright arrogant. But then so could be Ricky Ponting and Viv Richards. Pietersen could also be an...
Apr 30, 2015 11:32am
Cricket Ireland announced former New Zealand player and coach John Bracewell as their new head coach for a two year period. Bracewell has previously coached the New Zealand national cricket team and most recently, Gloucestershire. He replaces Phil Simmons who lead Ireland through their spirited World Cup campaign this edition. Simmons left to take over coaching duties with his national side- West Indies.  "I am delighted to accept the position as Cricket Ireland's head coach," Bracewell...
Apr 13, 2015 02:55pm
Cricket, as any other sport, thrives on the sheer unpredictability it embodies. A sparkling revival or a stunning collapse cultivates a thrill of neurotic fans whose speculations drive this sport to grandeur. If you take this virtue of the game away, Cricket still remains grand but is robbed of the 'oomph'  which is a major component of any sport's appeal. The latest edition of World Cup was a big success in terms of viewership and dollars. Numbers suggest that it was the most watched...
Apr 05, 2015 04:41pm
Belgian international Kevin De Bruyne has been one of Wolfsburg’s standout performers in the club’s march to second place in the Bundesliga standings. De Bruyne has scored 9 goals and 17 assists so far in the Bundesliga campaign of 27 games  and has 14 goals and 22 assists across all competitions. However, Wolfsburg, though a creditable team with ambitions, is certainly not among Europe’s elite and a performance such as De Bruyne’s is bound to elicit interest from the top clubs....
Apr 14, 2015 12:07am
Although it can no longer be called the "Der Klassiker" (no doubt a marketing scheme by UEFA to hype up the 2013 Champions League Final), Bayern Munich vs Borussia Dortmund promises to be an exciting affair. These two teams have been rivals in the past and if there is one thing to be predicted, it is the unpredictability of these ties. Borussia Dortmund may be 10th in the league but with their history of rising to the occasion as underdogs, and Bayern's injury of the...
Apr 04, 2015 01:33pm
Presently, Milan is sitting in 8th place in Serie A and are going through one of the worst seasons in the club’s history. To anyone who has followed European football over the years, the current mediocrity of A.C Milan’s performances is shocking. A.C Milan has a history that is on par with the very best clubs in football, having won the European Cup an astounding 7 times (only Real Madrid has won it on more occasions), as well as the Serie A title 18 times. Not so long ago, Milan was at...
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