Maybe they're not so bad, after all.
'Boundary countback' is no more.
"We do not take the decision to suspend a Member lightly, but we must keep our sport free from political interference."
The old 'it's too easy for the batsmen' notion rears its ugly head again.
April Fools banter can produce genuinely great ideas, it turns out.
A second documentary shown by Al Jazeera claims that that up to 15 international matches in the 2011-12 period had been subject to spot-fixing with the ICC urging the broadcaster to share the evidence.
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has charged three Hong Kong players with 19 counts of breaching the ICC Anti-Corruption Code.
International Cricket Council (ICC) chief executive David Richardson has declared that ball-tampering and bad behaviour threatened "cricket's DNA" and would not be tolerated by...