South Africa's captains apologise to stakeholders as CSA faces government sanction

News Suspension from international competitions could follow if board is stripped of governing status South Africa’s cricketers have apologised to sponsors and fans for the administrative upheaval that has led to ministerial intervention into Cricket South Africa (CSA). National captains Dean Elgar, Temba Bavuma and Dane van Niekerk along with South African Cricketers’ Association (SACA)

Belinda Clark: Not Tests, focus for women's cricket 'needs to continue on the shorter formats'

News Says she wouldn’t change anything until 10-15 nations are playing top-class white-ball cricket Belinda Clark believes that the limited-overs formats should remain the primary vehicle for the expansion of women’s cricket, and switching the focus to Tests may not reap the desired results “until such time as we’ve got 10-15 nations that are playing

Former Sri Lanka allrounder Dilhara Lokuhettige banned for eight years

News “The severity of the sanction reflects the seriousness of his offences and his continued refusal to cooperate” Dilhara Lokuhettige, the former Sri Lanka allrounder, has been banned from all cricket for eight years by the ICC Anti-Corruption Tribunal, after he was found guilty of breaching the ICC’s Anti-Corruption code. Lokuhettige had been slapped with

South Australia cut five players after winless season

News The state finished bottom of the Sheffield Shield and Marsh Cup and will look to revamp their squad this winter Jason Gillespie has begun the process of revamping South Australia’s squad after their winless season by cutting five players ahead of what is expected to be recruitment from other states during the winter. Tom