November 9 Evening Brief: Today's Top news and headlines from cricket world

Here is a quick wrap-up of the events that grabbed the spotlight in the cricketing world today.

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Meg Lanning
Meg Lanning plays a shot. (Photo Source: Getty Images)

1. I bought chocolates with my first earnings from cricket: Mayank Agarwal

In a conversation on JioCinema’s daily show ‘#AAKASHVANI’, hosted by Aakash Chopra, India cricketer Mayank Agarwal reminisced on his humble beginnings as a young budding cricketer, his idol, and other memorable moments. (READ MORE)

2. PCB appoints Tauseef Ahmed as interim chief selector

Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has appointed former cricketer Tauseef Ahmed as acting chief selector of the men's national team in the midst of the ongoing ICC Men's Cricket World Cup 2023 in India. (READ MORE)

3. Jos Buttler willing to continue leading England in limited-overs cricket after World Cup 2023

English skipper Jos Buttler is more than willing to continue leading England in limited overs cricket after the ODI World Cup 2023. (READ MORE)

4. ODI World Cup 2023: Final set of tickets for knockouts to go live on Thursday

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has announced that the final lot of tickets for the knockout matches (two semi-finals and one final) will go live on Thursday, November 9, at 8:00 PM (IST). (READ MORE)

5. ODI World Cup 2023: Broken drain cover near M Chinnaswamy Stadium poses danger

There is a hole near the Chinnaswamy Stadium on Queen’s Road, which depicts the poor infrastructure of the city. Notably, a broken drain cover and a plastic chair have been used to cover up the hole to help motorists be vigilant while driving through this road. (READ MORE)

6. Diana Puketapu-Lyndon set to become first woman chairperson of New Zealand Cricket as Martin Snedden steps down

Diana Puketapu-Lyndon is going to enter the history books as she is set to become the first female chairperson of New Zealand Cricket (NZC), replacing the experienced Martin Snedden. (READ MORE)

7. Legendary Australian skipper and 7-time world champion Meg Lanning retires from international cricket

The legendary Meg Lanning came forward to announce that she would be retiring from international cricket after a career that spanned over 13 years. (READ MORE)

8. Mohammad Hafeez launches fresh attack on Kohli using Stokes' example, Vaughan schools him again

Former Pakistan all-rounder Mohammad Hafeez has once again criticised Virat Kohli and called him selfish for prioritising his hundred during India’s fixture against South Africa in Kolkata in the ongoing ICC Cricket World Cup 2023 as Michael Vaughan posted a fitting reply once again. (READ MORE)

9. WPL 2024 auction to take place in Mumbai on December 9

The highly anticipated player auction for the 2024 season of the Women's Premier League (WPL) is scheduled to take place in Mumbai on December 9. (READ MORE)

10. RCB's former Director of Cricket Mike Hesson joins Islamabad United as head coach

Mike Hesson, the former director of cricket at Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) in the Indian Premier League (IPL), has already parted ways with the franchise. Notably, Hesson has been appointed as the head coach for Islamabad United. (READ MORE)

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