IPL 2021 postponed – Covid-19

IPL 2021 postponed - Covid-19

A day after IPL 2021 had to be postponed because of the Covid-19 situation, all eight franchises started to disband, with their players and support staff trying to find a way back home quickly. Most of the players from England have reached the UK. Most of the Australians, the biggest overseas contingent in the IPL with close to 40 members, …

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ICC Test rankings – Sri Lanka’s Praveen Jayawickrama bursts into top 50 after 11-wicket haul on debut

ICC Test rankings - Sri Lanka's Praveen Jayawickrama bursts into top 50 after 11-wicket haul on debut

News Dimuth Karunaratne has edged closer to a top-ten spot following his 118 and 66 in second Test against Bangladesh Praveen Jayawickrama’s 11 for 178 in Sri Lanka’s 209-run win over Bangladesh in their second Test in Pallekele has helped him enter the ICC Test bowlers’ rankings at No. 48. Sri Lanka captain Dimuth Karunaratne, who scored 118 and 66 …

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ICC Test rankings – Sri Lanka’s Praveen Jayawickrama bursts into top 50 after 11-wicket haul on debut

ICC Test rankings - Sri Lanka's Praveen Jayawickrama bursts into top 50 after 11-wicket haul on debut

News Dimuth Karunaratne has edged closer to a top-ten spot following his 118 and 66 in second Test against Bangladesh Praveen Jayawickrama’s 11 for 178 in Sri Lanka’s 209-run win over Bangladesh in their second Test in Pallekele has helped him enter the ICC Test bowlers’ rankings at No. 48. Sri Lanka captain Dimuth Karunaratne, who scored 118 and 66 …

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PCB launches parental support policy for all cricketers

PCB launches parental support policy for all cricketers

News Women cricketers will get up to 12 months of paid leave, while male cricketers can get up to 30 days’ leave The PCB has launched a parental support policy, which will allow players – women and men – to get paid leave during periods of pregnancy and upon the birth of a child. Women will get up to 12 …

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PCB launches parental support policy for all cricketers

PCB launches parental support policy for all cricketers

News Women cricketers will get up to 12 months of paid leave, while male cricketers can get up to 30 days’ leave The PCB has launched a parental support policy, which will allow players – women and men – to get paid leave during periods of pregnancy and upon the birth of a child. Women will get up to 12 …

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