April 15 - A number of news agencies have decided against covering cricket's Indian Premier League Twenty20 competition in India and the United Arab Emirates, due to the exclusion of some photo agencies from covering matches.
LONDON, April 15 - All clients please note that as a result of the Board of Control for Cricket in India's decision to exclude news agencies working only in the photographic medium from covering its events, Reuters will not be reporting on BCCI events. We will not, therefore, be providing text or photographic coverage of the Indian Premier League cricket tournament that starts this week in the United Arab Emirates.
April 15 - Australia Mitchell Johnson may quit limited-overs cricket to prolong his test career with an eye on the 2015 Ashes series in England, the fast bowler said on Tuesday.
April 15 - New Zealand have included uncapped offspinner Mark Craig in the squad for their three-test tour of West Indies in June, which was announced on Tuesday.
MUMBAI, April 13 - Leading Spanish club Atletico Madrid and former cricketers Sachin Tendulkar and Sourav Ganguly are among the owners of eight franchises of a new Indian soccer league set to kick off later this year, organisers said on Sunday.
KARACHI, April 11 - Banned Pakistan fast bowler Mohammad Amir will not be eligible for next year's World Cup even if he returns early to domestic cricket, the Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) said on Friday.
CAPE TOWN, April 10 - South Africa fast bowler Lonwabo Tsotsobe will undergo surgery next week on a troublesome ankle and is likely to miss the tour to Sri Lanka in July, Cricket South Africa said on Thursday.
CAPE TOWN, April 10 - Australia will return to Zimbabwe for the first time in a decade later this year to take part in a triangular one-day international tournament, Zimbabwe Cricket said on Thursday.
NEW DELHI, April 10 - Sacked England batsman Kevin Pietersen regrets his fall-out with former skipper Andrew Strauss and still harbours the dream of becoming the first English player to score 10,000 test runs.
KARACHI, April 9 - Pakistan cricket was hit by further controversy on Wednesday when former national team captain Rashid Latif changed his mind about becoming the chief selector despite having accepted the post last month.
First Jacques Kallis retired. Then Graeme Smith called it quits. In between, South Africa lost a Test series against Australia, their first at home since the 2008-09 season. What stares the Proteas in the face now, however, is a far bigger challenge than just replacing two great cricketers.