Free Press Journal
  • CSA welcomes ICC’s new constitution and financial model

    Johannesburg: Cricket South Africa (CSA) has welcomed the  widespread and significant changes made to the ICC Constitution as well as the revised financial model for all member countries.

  • Bumrah rises to second, Kohli top-ranked batsmen in T20

    Dubai : India pacer Jasprit Bumrah has risen to second in the latest ICC Twenty20 rankings while skipper Virat Kohli has retained the top spot in the batsmen’s list.

  • Malinga gets one-year ban, fined for media remarks

    Colombo : Lasith Malinga was suspended for one year after the fast bowler pleaded guilty to a breach of contract by speaking to the media without permission, Sri Lanka’s cricket board said. The sanction is suspended for six months.

  • Eng defeats Pak by 107 runs via D/L

    Leicester : Riding on maiden century by Heather Knight, 106 and Natalie Sciver 137, England posted a huge total of 377/7 against Pakistan in theWomen’s World Cup match. Pakistan were 107/3 in 20.4 oevers when rain stoped the play. Then on play could never resume and England was declared winners by 107 runs via D/L method.

  • Serena asks McEnroe for respect after comparison

    New York : Serena Williams, a 23-time Grand Slam singles champion, fired back at John McEnroe’s remark that she would only rank about 700th on the men’s tennis circuit.

  • Quit ODI captaincy, Smith advises ABD

    Smith, in an article for a British daily, revealed that de Villiers was looking to walk away from Test cricket last year itself but was persuaded by Cricket South Africa (CSA) officials to stay on while offering a break of one year.

  • VIVO retains IPL title sponsorship in Rs 2199 cr deal

    New Delhi : Mobile manufacturers VIVO on Tuesday retained the Indian Premier League’s title sponsorship for the next five years with a whopping Rs 2,199 crore bid, a mammoth 554 per cent more than the previous contract.

  • Tiger faces tough road back: Report

    Washington : Jack Nicklaus says Tiger Woods will have a very difficult time making a comeback to competitive golf as he deals with physical injury issues and undergoes treatment for managing medications.

  • Injury scare for Murray

    London : Andy Murray has suffered an injury scare ahead of Wimbledon as the world number one pulled out of an exhibition match at the Hurlingham Club due to a sore hip.

  • Sreejesh out of action for 5 months, to miss Asia Cup

    New Delhi : India’s numero uno hockey goalkeeper PR Sreejesh will be out of action for at least five months following a knee surgery, which effectively means he will miss the Asia Cup to be held in Dhaka in October this year.