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PCB announces new domestic structure
The Pakistan Cricket Board on Wednesday announced a new two-tier domestic structure which will have sponsors and involve promotion and relegation between the two divisions.
Wed Jul 23, 2014
Queen Elizabeth II opens Commonwealth Games
Athlete Allison Curbishley holds aloft the Queen's Baton after its arrival in Glasgow after being transported around 70 nations in a relay.
Poynter hits 109 but Sri Lankans win
Sri Lanka A won Wednesday's One-Day game at Stormont by 28 runs in a match which saw Andrew White become Ireland's most-capped player.
Joyce returns to Ireland women's team
Isobel Joyce returns to the Ireland women's squad for the ICC European Division One T20 Championships being held at Rugby next month .
Tue Jul 22, 2014
Swimming World & Jr. Swimmer
Why Can't The USA Compete In The Commonwealth Games?
PHOENIX, Arizona, July 22. THE Opening Ceremony of the 20th Commonwealth Games takes place in a matter of hours in Glasgow, Scotland, with swimming heats set to begin Thursday morning.
Manning River Times
Taree's Nick Larkin makes Irish cricket side
TAREE cricketer Nick Larkin has been named in the Irish side to play Sri Lanka A in a three match one day series starting today.
Kevin Pietersen: I'd love to play for England again, win the World...
But Monday's 95-run defeat at Lord's extended England's winless streak to 10 Test matches and sparked fresh calls for out-of-form Alastair Cook to be dropped and stripped of the captaincy, opening the door on a possible return for the 34-year-old.
Irish 2015 fixtures unchanged
Horse Racing Ireland has announced its fixture list for 2015 with the total number of meetings remaining unchanged at 349.
Mon Jul 21, 2014
My nerdiness nearly got me in big trouble
THIS week's column has been made possible by a twist of fate that happened in 1882.
Steel display mettle
The Red Steel overseas stars Kevin O'Brien and Ross Taylor made light work of the Antigua Hawksbills' bowling attack in their clash yesterday in the Limacol Caribbean Premier League at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua.
Sun Jul 20, 2014
What a tangled web this second season of the Limacol Caribbean Premier League is becoming.
Keaton Jennings is improving all the time, says Paul Collingwood
As he makes his 50-over debut for Durham today, Paul Collingwood says Keaton Jennings is improving with every week Paul Collingwood believes Keaton Jennings is improving all the time as a cricketer - and today he will have the chance to make another step forward.
Sat Jul 19, 2014
The Cricketer International
Who gets to represent a nation?
The CEO of the Caribbean Premier League and the new director of cricket of the West Indies Cricket Board came face to face last week with the complex peculiarities of West Indies cricket.
From the Stands: Stars epic better cast than Fairy tale
Leopardstown race course unveiled a life-size bronze statue of Snow Fairy before racing last Thursday.
Fri Jul 18, 2014
Mail & Guardian
Proteas have a gap for a front man
Successful sports teams don't always have a front man, but many do. Whether an inspirational leader on the field or the name on which millions of dollars of merchandise are sold, there is usually a "face" by which the best teams are recognised.
Audio - The Slog Sweep, Ireland's Weekly Cricket Show - Episode 10
In episode 10 of the 'The Slog Sweep', Ireland's weekly cricket podcast, the team are joined by former national captain Trent Johnston.
Ham and High
Middlesex batsman confident that centuries will come in County Championship
Paul Stirling hopes a maiden four-day hundred is not too far away after marking his run in the Middlesex side with a glut of half-centuries.
Thu Jul 17, 2014
Comedian Jimmy Cricket to play gig in Bolton
COMEDIAN Jimmy Cricket may have embraced new technology and dabble with Twitter but the traditional funnyman still prefers a letter from his "mammy".
The Cricketer International
Andrew Poynter to lead Ireland against Sri Lanka A
Batsman Andrew Poynter will captain Ireland for the first time, in the upcoming home series against Sri Lanka A which begins in Belfast next week.
Wed Jul 16, 2014
Malahide and Stormont to host ODIs
Ireland's one-day cricket internationals against England and Australia in 2015 are to be staged at Malahide in Dublin and the Stormont ground near Belfast.