ICC Current Affairs, GK & News

ICC U-19 World Cup 2022

ICC U-19 World Cup final 2022, India cruised to a four-wicket victory against England, at Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in Antigua, on February 5, 2022. Key Facts The win was also a record-extending fifth U-19 title for India. ICC U-19 Indian team chased down a target of 190 runs in 47.4 overs and reached 195 ..

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Smriti Mandhana: ICC Women’s Cricketer of the Year 2021

Smriti Manadhana of India has won the ICC Women Cricketer of the year 2021. She is the second woman player to win the award in the world. Ellyse Perry of Australia was the first woman player to win the award. About the award The ICC Women Cricketer of the year is presented as a part ..

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BCCI suspends IPL 2021 indefinitely

The Board of Control of Cricket (BCCI) has suspended the Indian Premiere League (IPL) indefinitely due to COVID-19. The decision came in after Balaji tested positive for COVID-19. Balaji is the bowling coach of CSK. So far twenty-nine games has been conducted. Also, the T20 World Cup is to be moved from India to UAE. ..

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ICC T20 and ODI Teams of the Decade

The International Cricket Council recently announced the Men’s T20I (Twenty 20 International), ODI (One Day International) and Test Teams of the decade. The teams were announced based on the consistency of the players over the period of last ten years. Key Highlights The former Indian Captain MS Dhoni was named as the Captain of ODI ..

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Ben Stokes Becomes No 1 All-Rounder in ICC Test Rankings

England all-rounder Ben Stokes has become the number one all-rounder in the tests, in the recently published ICC Test Rankings. He has amassed 497 rating points in the rankings and it is the highest by any Test all-rounder since Jacques Kallis scored an astonishing 517 points in 2008. With this, Stokes has ended the 18-year ..

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ICC bans use of saliva to shine a Cricket Ball

On May 18, 2020, Anil Kumble led ICC (International Cricket Committee) banned the use of saliva to shine the ball. The practice meant for swing bowling is now primarily held as health risk due to the threats of COVID-19 Highlights The former Indian Cricket player Anil Kumble is the current chairman of ICC Cricket Committee. ..

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