Saturday, January 31, 2009


Jeff Crowe referees his 100th ODI:

No stranger to compiling centuries during his playing career for Auckland and New Zealand, Jeff Crowe of the Emirates Elite Panel of ICC Match Referees has reached that landmark again.Today, as Kenya hosts Zimbabwe at Nairobi Gymkhana for the third match in a five-game series, Crowe notched up 100 One-Day Internationals as an ICC match referee. To mark the occasion, ICC’s High Performance Manager Richard Done made a presentation to the New Zealander before the game on behalf of the ICC.“I would like to congratulate Jeff on his achievement,” said ICC Umpires’ and Referees’ Manager Vince van der Bijl.......

ICC President David Morgan pays tribute to Bill Frindall

“Cricket owes Bill a huge debt as his tireless work has helped create a context for the game we know today” ICC President David Morgan today paid tribute to cricket statistician, scorer and author Bill Frindall, who passed away on Thursday, aged 69. “The news of Bill’s passing has shocked me and my thoughts and those of everyone at the ICC go out to his wife Debbie, other members of his family and friends........

Results of first day of ICC Board meeting in Perth

Zimbabwe, FTP post-2012 and Indian Cricket League among the agenda items covered 

The ICC Board on Saturday held the first day of its two-day meeting in Perth, the first of the four scheduled meetings it holds each year.

Among the matters discussed were the following: 


A task team, headed by Dr Julian Hunte, the President of the West Indies Cricket Board, presented an interim report to the ICC Board. This followed a visit to Zimbabwe by Dr Hunte and ICC Chief Executive Haroon Lorgat in November last year........

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