Top Stories: Things that made news in the Cricket World Today

Top Stories: Things that made news in the Cricket World Today

Top Stories: Things that made news in the Cricket World Today:

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Shashank Manohar has been appointed as the BCCI President
  • After the demise of Jagmohan Dalmiya on 29th September, the Presidential post of the BCCI was void. And at the board meeting today, Shashank Manohar was elected unopposed as the President of the BCCI for the second time.
Kerala fell short to snatch an improbable victory
  • Jammu and Kashmir 330(Bandeep 82, Monish 3/63) and 225 (Reshi 54, Gomez 3/8) drew against Kerala 485/8 decl. (Baby 151) and 44/4
Former WI batsman Camacho dies at 69
  • Steve Camacho, the former West Indian batsman has died at the age of 69. He passed away on Friday night in Antigua, as said by WICB.
Andhra Pradesh draws with Mumbai in Ranji Trophy encounter
  •  Andhra Pradesh scored 244 runs in their first innings. In reply, Mumbai were bundled at the score of 237 runs. Andhra in their second innings were poised at the score of 176/3.
Haryana draws with Maharastra in Ranji Trophy encounter
  • After Virender Sehwag smashed 92 runs in the first innings, Haryana were bundled at the score of 335 runs in the first innings. In reply, Maharastra made a whooping score of 570/6 and the test ended up in a draw.
Punjab snatches an innings victory over Railways
  • Batting first, Punjab scored a total of 604/5 decl. in their first innings. Railways were bundled at the score of 196 runs in the first innings. In their second innings, they were bundled at the score of 282 runs by following on. Thus, Punjab won by an innings and 126 runs.
Delhi draws with Rajasthan in Ranji Trophy encounter
  • Delhi were bundled at the score of 137 runs in the first innings. Rajasthan scored 240 in their first innings. In reply, Delhi scored 437/9 decl. in their second innings and Rajasthan were poised at 186/3 when the match was called draw.
Disappointed, but have to follow rules – Shoaib Malik
  • Pakistan were defeated in the second ODI against Zimbabwe. Pakistani batsman, Shoaib Malik helped the team to build a strong total. But according the change in rules, Malik thinks that cricket has gone way too much aggressive.