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This week's highlights (May 04-10, 2015)

International Cricket | MAY 08, 2015


The club said it hopes the lights will allow it to continue hosting international cricket matches at the venue.

Alder King was appointed by Gloucestershire to assist in the application process and worked with the England and Wales Cricket Board, the local community and lighting specialists on the proposals.

Source: Insider Media

International Cricket | MAY 07, 2015

INTERVIEW: West Indies legend Brian Lara looks back on a majestic career

The Trinidadian, who turned 46 earlier this week, terrorised bowlers in an international career that spanned 131 Test matches and 299 One Day Internationals, but did not feature in any T20 Internationals.

Source: Sport 360

International Cricket | MAY 04, 2015

England drops to fourth, Pakistan must win Mirpur Test to retain third position in Test rankings

England has slipped one place to fourth in the Reliance ICC Test Team Rankings following its five wickets defeat in the Barbados Test, which has helped the West Indies to level the three-Test series at one-all.

Source: ICC

International Cricket | MAY 04, 2015

ANALYSIS-Cricket-Windies show promise in drawn England series

May 3 (Reuters) - After so many false dawns, West Indies cricket fans will be wary of reading too much into Sunday's third test win over England but in drawing the three test series, the Caribbean side showed some significant signs of improvement.

Source: Reuters

International Cricket | MAY 04, 2015

NZ official denies Black Caps being lured by rival T20 league

New Zealand Cricket (NZC) believes there is no immediate concern about any of the Black Caps' players joining the lucrative T20 league, backed by Essel Group. "I don't think our players are under threat at the moment," NZC Board member and representative at the International Cricket Council (ICC) Greg Barclay told Sunday Star Times.

Source: Reuters