'England And Wales Cricket Board' - 167 News Result(s)

  • Axed Kevin Pietersen says he got on well with England team-mates

    Axed Kevin Pietersen says he got on well with England team-mates

    The England and Wales Cricket Board axed the South Africa-born Kevin Pietersen in February following the team's 5-0 Ashes thrashing in Australia, despite the fact that he was England's leading run-scorer across all formats.

  • Graeme Smith baffled by Kevin Pietersen's England axing

    Graeme Smith baffled by Kevin Pietersen's England axing

    Kevin Pietersen was sensationally axed by England in the aftermath of their 5-0 Ashes whitewash in Australia, despite the South Africa-born batsman being his country's leading run-scorer across all formats.

  • I am ready to handover knowledge if someone wants it: Kevin Pietersen

    I am ready to handover knowledge if someone wants it: Kevin Pietersen

    The 33-year-old Kevin Pietersen was sensationally axed by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) in February following the team's 5-0 Ashes thrashing in Australia.

  • Alastair Cook still unable to lift lid on the sacking of Kevin Pietersen

    Alastair Cook still unable to lift lid on the sacking of Kevin Pietersen

    Despite being England's leading run scorer across all formats, South Africa-born Kevin Pietersen was axed by the England and Wales Cricket Board in February following the team's 5-0 Ashes thrashing in Australia.

  • ICC World Twenty20: Kevin Pietersen's absence a big loss for tournament, says Shane Watson

    ICC World Twenty20: Kevin Pietersen's absence a big loss for tournament, says Shane Watson

    Kevin Pietersen's international career was cut short after the England and Wales Cricket Board decided to drop him from the team for the ongoing ICC World Twenty20.

  • Banned cricketer Danish Kaneria submits 28,000 pounds to get appeal hearing on ban

    Banned cricketer Danish Kaneria submits 28,000 pounds to get appeal hearing on ban

    Pakistan's Danish Kaneria was given a life ban in mid-2012 by the disciplinary committee of the England and Wales cricket board (ECB) for allegedly encouraging his teammates at Essex county to indulge in spot fixing.

  • Kevin Pietersen sacking was 'disrespectful', says buddy Chris Gayle

    Kevin Pietersen sacking was 'disrespectful', says buddy Chris Gayle

    West Indies batsman Chris Gayle said his friend Kevin Pietersen, who made a big impact around the world with his style of batting, deserved a better farewell, after he was sacked by the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) following the English side...

  • England prepare for life without Kevin Pietersen

    England prepare for life without Kevin Pietersen

    It is significant that England have not cited form or fitness as a reason for axing Kevin Pietersen but rather a harder to pin down need to "rebuild the team ethic" following a 5-0 Ashes thrashing in Australia.

  • Danish Kaneria told to deposit hefty security amount for appeal hearing

    Danish Kaneria told to deposit hefty security amount for appeal hearing

    The commercial court bench headed by Justice Andrew Smith held a behind the closed doors hearing last Friday in London in which Kaneria's appeal against the costs of 200,000 pounds claimed from him by the England and Wales Cricket Board and his li...

  • Kevin Pietersen axed for England's good, says Stuart Broad

    Kevin Pietersen axed for England's good, says Stuart Broad

    The England and Wales Cricket Broad (ECB) released batsman Kevin Pietersen from his contract following the crushing 5-0 Ashes defeat in Australia, which also signalled the end of Andy Flower's tenure as team director.

  • Angus Fraser joins three-man England selection panel

    Angus Fraser joins three-man England selection panel

    Agnus Fraser will work alongside national selector James Whitaker and England's limited-overs coach Ashley Giles, with his first task in his new role to help select the squads for the limited overs and Test series at home to Sri Lanka starting in May...

  • British Prime Minister David Cameron defends 'remarkable' Kevin Pietersen

    British Prime Minister David Cameron defends 'remarkable' Kevin Pietersen

    Kevin Pietersen was axed from all England duty on Tuesday, with officials at the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) citing a need "to rebuild not only the team but also the team ethic and philosophy" following the side's 5-0 Ashes thrashing in Aus...

  • Kevin Pietersen and ECB: A match made in hell

    Kevin Pietersen and ECB: A match made in hell

    The England and Wales Cricket Board shocked the world of cricket by wielding the axe on their best cricketer Kevin Pietersen for two upcoming series', virtually drawing curtains on his fledging international career.

  • Kevin Pietersen axed: Official statement from ECB and reaction from cricketer

    Kevin Pietersen axed: Official statement from ECB and reaction from cricketer

    Kevin Pietersen was axed from England's tour to West Indies and World T20, putting a definite end to his international career. Here is the official statement from England and Wales Cricket Board on the decision and Pietersen's response.

  • Andy Flower sacked as England coach

    Andy Flower sacked as England coach

    Andy Flower was appointed as head coach since 2009. He led England to the No. 1 ranking in all three formats, winning three consecutive Ashes series and the World Twenty20 during his time in charge.

  • International Cricket Council set to go back to the future

    International Cricket Council set to go back to the future

    The BCCI now generates 80 percent of world cricket's wealth and the only way most other boards remain financially afloat is from the colossal television rights they receive from a tour by India.

  • India to push for lion's share of revenue at ICC Board meet

    India to push for lion's share of revenue at ICC Board meet

    The 'Big Three' - India, Australia and England - need approval of seven of the 10 Board members to have complete control over international cricket. Board of Control for Cricket in India also wants an ICC event every two years in India.

  • Pakistan cautious about BCCI offer to play in neutral venues

    Pakistan cautious about BCCI offer to play in neutral venues

    Former Pakistan players and PCB members have warned the Board not to fall in the trap of India, England or Australia, who are trying to become first class citizens of the International Cricket Council.

  • Debbie Hockley, Bob Simpson inducted in the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame

    Debbie Hockley, Bob Simpson inducted in the ICC Cricket Hall of Fame

    Debbie Hockley and Bob Simpson received their commemorative cap from ICC President Alan Isaac in an event that was also attended by Cricket Australia (CA) chairman and ICC Director Wally Edwards, England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) Chairman and ...

  • The Ashes: Give Jonathan Trott time to recover, says Alastair Cook

    The Ashes: Give Jonathan Trott time to recover, says Alastair Cook

    Jonathan Trott's playing future is now up in the air. He has been granted indefinite leave by the England and Wales Cricket Board and Alastair Cook said his troubles had given his teammates a dose of reality.

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