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BCCI CFO Santosh Rangnekar quits abruptly

A fortnight after Sourav Ganguly’s new BCCI administration took charge, the board’s chief financial officer has decided to quit. ESPNcricinfo understands Santosh Rangnekar, the second-most senior official on the BCCI’s management team, communicated his decision to step down to the board CEO Rahul Johri on Thursday. Ostensibly, Rangnekar is said …

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Match Preview Afghanistan vs West Indies, 2nd ODI 2019

Big picture Afghanistan lost their tenth 50-over game in a row when they went down by seven wickets in the first ODI. One doesn’t envy a captain who inherits such a problem – Rashid Khan is once again in charge of trying to change things bigger than himself. The primary …

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Recent Match Report – New Zealand vs England 4th T20I 2019

England 241 for 3 (Malan 103*, Morgan 91) beat New Zealand 165 (Southee 39, Parkinson 4-47) by 76 runs Dawid Malan struck the fastest century in England’s T20I history to set up a series-levelling win in Napier. Malan, who reached the landmark in 48 deliveries, laid the platform for England’s …

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Recent Match Report – Australia vs Pakistan 3rd T20I 2019

Australia 0 for 109 (Finch 52*, Warner 48*) beat Pakistan 8 for 106 (Iftikhar 45, Richardson 3-18, Abbott 2-14, Starc 2-29) by 10 wickets At the home of the Perth Scorchers, Australia disposed of Pakistan with a brutal efficiency reminiscent of the West Australian Big Bash League club as coached …

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‘I’ve left myself in this situation’ – Marcus Harris

Incumbent Australia Test opener Marcus Harris is starting to become a veteran when it comes to auditioning for his Test spot in tour matches, but he believes it’s nothing compared to the pressure of an actual Test match. Harris joins Joe Burns, Usman Khawaja, Travis Head, Will Pucovski, and Nic …

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Match Preview New Zealand vs England, 4th T20I 2019

Big picture “It’s been a great learning day for us,” said Eoin Morgan after a chastening defeat in the third T20I at Nelson. It wasn’t exactly said with relish, but there was obvious conviction in his words as he offered up a subtle variation on one of the abiding themes …

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