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Cricket - 07 Mar 2003
The ICC Cricket World Cup 2003 Organising Committee today declined a request from the President of the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI), Mr Jagmohan Dalmiya, to change the second semi final in Durban on March 20 from a Day/Night match to a Day game.
Cricket - 03 Mar 2003
Vancouver is demonstrating advances and legacies for sport, youth, environment and the community during the second day of the International Olympic Committee Evaluation Commission¡¦s four-day technical review of Canada¡¦s bid for the 2010 Olympic and Paralympic Winter Games.
Cricket - 21 Feb 2003
Caribbean Star has announced it is contributing almost a quarter of a million EC dollars to ensure that the public in the Eastern Caribbean, its base of operations, can see every World Cup cricket match on television.
Cricket - 19 Feb 2003
Replica West Indies kit is not on sale at the Cricket World Cup 2003 in South Africa, Zimbabwe and Kenya because of the licensing arrangements in place for the event.
Cricket - 14 Feb 2003
The ICC today expressed its deep concern that it has been forced to disturb the ICC Cricket World Cup preparations of the Indian team because of the ambush marketing activities carried out by electronics company Samsung.
Cricket - 14 Feb 2003
The West Indies Cricket Board has increased players' fees for senior domestic competitions, starting with the Carib Beer 2003 Cricket Series.
Cricket - 31 Jan 2003
Following the International Cricket Council’s (ICC) Board of Directors’ Teleconference yesterday, 30th January 2003, the Professional Cricketers’ Association (PCA) have reconfirmed the position regarding England’s World Cup fixture in Zimbabwe. The correct and most sensible decision would be for the England fixture to be moved to South Africa.
Cricket - 30 Jan 2003
Cricket’s proposals to ban supporters at the world cup from sporting alternative logos to official sponsors was described as ‘a recipe for empty stadiums’ by the head of Britain’s sport sponsors’ representative body.
Cricket - 24 Jan 2003
ST. JOHN’S, Antigua, Jan.23, WICB: The West Indies Cricket Board and the West Indies Players Association have reached a settlement on the sharing of the West Indies team sponsorship for the Cricket World Cup 2003 and compensation of players who are injured while on tour.
Cricket - 22 Jan 2003
The West Indies Cricket Board announced today that the LNM Group will be the Official Sponsor of the West Indies team to the Cricket World Cup 2003 in South Africa, Zimbabwe and Kenya.
Cricket - 21 Jan 2003
ST. JOHN’S, Antigua, Jan.20, WICB: Carib Beer has reached a five-year agreement to become the Title Sponsor of the West Indies four-day first-class championship. It has now been renamed the Carib Beer Cricket Series.
Cricket - 13 Jan 2003
The Independent Television Commission has agreed that British Sky Broadcasting can broadcast live and exclusive coverage of this year's Cricket World Cup.
Cricket - 20 Dec 2002
Terry Blake has decided to leave the England and Wales Cricket Board in the early part of next year.
Cricket - 19 Dec 2002
The International Cricket Council (ICC) today provided the Board of Control of Cricket in India (BCCI) with its final offer regarding proposed changes to its contract to play in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2003 (ICC CWC 2003).
Cricket - 06 Dec 2002
The ICC Cricket World Cup 2003 pointed out today that anyone engaging in 'ambush marketing' either before or during the tournament will face the full force of the law.
Cricket - 22 Nov 2002
The ECB and the Board of InterClubNet plc (ICN) announces the signing of a £675,000 Services Agreement between Play-Sport New Media Limited, a 100% subsidiary of ICN, ('PSNM') and the England and Wales Cricket Board Limited.
Cricket - 13 Nov 2002
The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) today announced the domestic First Class fixture list for the 2003 cricket season. For the first time since 1972, there will be no Benson & Hedges Cup competition, which has been replaced by a new 20 over tournament called the 'Twenty20 Cup'.
Cricket - 01 Nov 2002
The ICC today launched the first official team rankings for One Day International cricket. Australia heads the opening ICC ODI Championship table, followed by South Africa, Sri Lanka, and Pakistan, with India in fifth place.
Cricket - 31 Oct 2002
ST. JOHN’S, Antigua, Oct. 31, WICB: The West Indies Cricket Board has been informed by the Bangladesh Cricket Board of further changes to the itinerary for the series between their two sides by changing the dates and venues for the three-match, limited-overs series.
Cricket - 11 Oct 2002
Australia's state cricket associations have received record financial distributions over the past 12 months, the Australian Cricket Board (ACB) announced today.
Cricket - 08 Oct 2002
October 8, 2002: ESPN STAR Sports today announced the acquisition of telecast rights to feature comprehensive daily highlights of all international cricket played in India till September 2004.
Cricket - 04 Oct 2002
The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) today announced that David Morgan has been confirmed as its new Chairman, his candidature having been endorsed by the 39 members of the ECB - the 18 First Class Counties, the 20 non-First Class County Boards and the MCC.
Cricket - 02 Oct 2002
During its two day meeting in Colombo, Sri Lanka, the ICC Executive Board made the following decisions in relation to several key issues.
Cricket - 19 Sep 2002
The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has appointed WSM, the London based sports brand consultancy, to help create, launch and promote 20-Over cricket next summer.
Cricket - 17 Sep 2002
The ICC Champions Trophy is delivering a massive financial boost to the Sri Lankan economy, as well as providing a free international promotional campaign for tourists worth several millions of dollars.
Cricket - 27 Aug 2002
The ECB announced today that the Board has signed the Participating Nations Agreement for the ICC Champions Trophy 2002 and that following discussions with Player Representatives the basis for an agreement on Player rights for the Tournament has been reached.
Cricket - 23 Aug 2002
Representatives of The United Cricket Board of South African and The South African Cricketers' Association met today to discuss the player terms issue relating to the ICC Champions Trophy for 2002 and the World Cup for 2003.
Cricket - 22 Aug 2002
The International Cricket Council (ICC) today welcomed the breakthrough negotiated between the Australian Cricket Board and the Australian Cricketers’ Association which is set to clear the way for the Australian team’s participation in the ICC Champions Trophy starting 12 September 2002.
Cricket - 22 Aug 2002
Australian players have agreed to sign the event documentation, subject to the ICC formally agreeing to consult with players before concluding commercial arrangements for ICC events other than those that have already been sold.
Cricket - 22 Aug 2002
The ongoing dispute between the ICC and FICA over player contracts will have a serious impact on the future of international cricket if it is not resolved, New Zealand Cricket, Chief Executive Martin Snedden, said today.
Cricket - 15 Aug 2002
The TelstraClear Black Caps are not affected by the disagreement between FICA and the ICC over ICC player contracts, New Zealand Cricket Chief Executive, Martin Snedden, said today.
Cricket - 14 Aug 2002
ICC Chief Executive, Malcolm Speed, today strongly rejected claims that the ICC had ignored the rights of players in its commercial arrangements with sponsors for the ICC Champions Trophy and the ICC World Cup 2003.
Cricket - 12 Aug 2002
The International Cricket Council has advised all Boards that it would not change the ambush marketing protection given to the ICC’s commercial sponsors, it was confirmed today.
Cricket - 09 Aug 2002
Cricket World, the tri-annual cricket publication, and its associated website at have become the fourth company in the UK to take advantage of the commercial space available on the back of a cricketer’s bat.
Cricket - 09 Aug 2002
New Zealand Cricket today announced its programmes for the four State domestic cricket competitions for the 2002/3 season.
Cricket - 30 Jul 2002
SKY SPORTS has signed two new cricket contracts to bring even more live international cricket this autumn and winter.
Cricket - 29 Jul 2002
July 29, 2002: In one of the world’s biggest ever acquisition of international cricket rights, ESPN STAR Sports, India’s leading sports broadcaster, today announced the acquisition of exclusive cricket telecast rights for all international cricket from Australia, South Africa, New Zealand, Zimbabwe and England for a period of 5 years, from 2003 up to 2008!
Cricket - 25 Jul 2002
The Federation Royale Marocaine de Cricket (FRMC) has announced that The Morocco Cup 2002 will be one of the richest prizes in the cricketing calendar with $250,000 at stake. Pakistan, Sri Lanka and South Africa will compete for the inaugural trophy in a 50-overs one day triangular series to be held in Tangier between August 12-21st. The three countries have announced full strength squads for the series, which is seen as an important part of the build-up to next years World Cup which will be hel
Cricket - 18 Jul 2002
The remaining ticket packages for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2003 will now be available on a first-come-first-served basis on all three booking channels.
Cricket - 12 Jul 2002
The ICC’s Elite Panel of Umpires and Match Referees is to be sponsored by Emirates Airline thanks to a new business partnership forged between world cricket’s governing body and the Dubai-based international airline.
Cricket - 11 Jul 2002
A brand new monthly magazine dedicated to meeting the needs of British followers of Asian cricket has been launched by Wisden, cricket’s most famous publisher.
Cricket - 03 Jul 2002
The ICC has confirmed that its next President will be Ehsan Mani of Pakistan, who was formally installed as Vice President at last week’s ICC Annual Conference in London.
Cricket - 27 Jun 2002
The ICC is to play a more prominent and decisive role in tackling major issues affecting international cricket’s Future Tours Program, a move approved by directors at yesterday’s ICC Executive Board meeting in London.
Cricket - 28 May 2002
From 30th May 2002, CricInfo, the world's largest single sport website will enable its users to place person-to-person, in-running bets on all major cricket games in the 2002 - 2003 cricket seasons, thanks to an exclusive deal with TradingSports, the leading 'white label' person-to-person betting exchange.
Cricket - 27 May 2002
STATEMENT BY WICB PRESIDENT REV. WES HALL FOLLOWING AGM AND DIRECTORS’ MEETINGS KINGSTON, Jamaica, May 26, WICB: At the meeting of the Directors of the West Indies Cricket Board on May 24, our auditors presented draft financial statements for the year ending September 2001 that show a loss of US $7.5 million.
Cricket - 10 May 2002, the world’s leading cricket website, has launched a microsite dedicated to the Norwich Union League. The new site,, will provide a wealth of Norwich Union League content to CricInfo’s 3.5 million UK users throughout the 2002 season.
Cricket - 19 Apr 2002
New figures released by Hitwise UK, the comparative online measurement tool, confirm CricInfo’s dominance of the UK online cricket market. As the new English season begins, the figures for March 2002 show that CricInfo recorded 78.3% of all page views on cricket sites by UK internet users.
Cricket - 17 Apr 2002
AMP has become Surrey County Cricket Club's new sponsor for the 2002 cricket season extending an already successful partnership.
Cricket - 25 Mar 2002
The Board of Control for Cricket in Sri Lanka and Taj Television Limited of the UAE have signed a 3-year contract with regard to the international broadcast and telecast rights of Test and One-Day-International matches organized and hosted by the BCCSL in Sri Lanka.
Cricket - 18 Mar 2002
Sri Lanka was today confirmed as the host country for the 2002 ICC Champions Trophy. The biennial tournament, which will involve all ten Test playing nations plus Kenya and Holland, will be staged between the 12th and 30th September.
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