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  1. ICC Chairman Shashank Manohar has today agreed to defer his recent resignation following an ICC Board resolution to request him to remain in post was passed with overwhelming support earlier this week. In a significant show of support for Mr Manohar the Board asked him to withdraw his resignation or at the very least defer it until the ongoing process relating to governance and financial restructuring are completed. Commenting on the decision Mr Manohar said: “I respect the sentiments expressed by the Directors and the confidence they have reposed in me. In the light of this, and although my decision to depart due to personal reasons has not changed, I am willing to continue as Chairman till the responsibility as per the resolution is complete. “I have duty to work with my colleagues to enable a smooth transition and continue our work on the governance of the ICC.” Cricket Australia Chairman David Peever said: “This resolution is a clear indication that whilst the Board may not yet agree on the detail of our reform process, we are committed to the overarching philosophies of it. We all believe that Shashank should be the man to see it through and whilst respectful of a decision made for personal reasons, we are delighted that he has agreed to remain in post until the completion of the 2017 Annual Conference where we can elect a successor.” BCCI’s Vikram Limaye added: “It is important that the current issues are resolved to everyone’s satisfaction. We had a productive meeting with Mr Manohar recently (prior to his resignation) wherein we outlined the concerns of BCCI on the financial model and governance issues and our suggestions for resolution. We are committed to working with ICC for a satisfactory resolution of these issues.” Nazmul Hassan, President of BCB said: “For the greater interest of cricket, we need Shashank as the Chairman of ICC especially at this critical juncture. He can be assured of our full support.” https://www.icc-cricket.com/media-releases/354829
  2. http://gulfnews.com/sport/cricket/ipl/srinivasan-plans-to-return-as-icc-chairman-1.2004110
  3. Shashank Manohar Resigns As ICC Chairman

    http://www.espncricinfo.com/ci-icc/content/story/1086750.html
  4. This is a pre-tournament discussion thread. Here you can discuss anything from strategy, updates to predicting the semifinalists and the winner. First Round Group A - Bangladesh, Ireland, Netherlands, Oman. Group B - Afghanistan, Hong Kong, Scotland, Zimbabwe. Super 10 (Group 1) - England, South Africa, Sri Lanka, West Indies, Group B winner Super 10 (Group 2) - Australia, India, New Zealand, Pakistan,Group A winner India's Group Games Schedule 03/15 vs. NZ @ Nagpur 03/19 vs Pak @ Dharmashala 03/23 vs TBC @ B'lore 03/27 vs Aus @ C'garh KOs 1st SF - 03/30 @ Delhi 2nd SF - 03/31 @ Mumbai Final - 04/03 @ Kolkatta
  5. ICC World Cup T20 has started with a great move, Where 4 Qualifying matches has already completed. Upcoming Qualifying Match on 11th March : Netherlands vs Oman at 15:00 and Bangladesh vs Ireland at 19:30 Get live score updates : Netherlands vs Oman - https://www.cricruns.com/livescore/current_match/1729 Bangladesh vs Ireland - https://www.cricruns.com/livescore/current_match/1730
  6. Just saw yesterday Afghanistan get beaten by UAE in qualifiers. Every ICC event, we get these teams stuffed with ringers from India, Pakistan, Australia and SA. And once in a while they cause an upset and we go gaga how an underdog overcame the odds? really? many of ringers of have first class cricket experience from their native countries, some even have played for Test nations (Dirk Nannes anyone?). And in the case of UAE and Oman, the players aren't even citizens of these countries. ICC should place some strict rules for participation, which only allows teams with citizens by birth/naturalization. Or else we will never see teams like Fiji, Nepal, Papau New Guniea, Namibia develop further from U19.
  7. 600's in both innings...still won't be warned right?

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