Tuba Hassan Wins ICC Women's Player of the Month May 2022

Tuba Hassan Wins ICC Women’s Player of the Month May 2022

Tuba Hassan Wins ICC Women’s Player of the Month Award May 2022

Tuba Hassan, a Pakistani woman cricketer, was recognized at the very beginning of her career in international cricket. Tuba Hassan, who became an overnight star, has been named the ICC Women’s Player of the Month in May 2022.

Pakistan’s Tuba Hassan made his international debut in the Twenty20 series against Sri Lanka in May. And for the first time, she got recognition after getting nomination. No other woman cricketer has received this recognition before Tuba Hassan for Pakistan. A rising star for Pakistan is born and she had a long successful career ahead.

Tuba Hassan took 3 wickets for 7 runs in his international debut. She was also the best in the match with this performance. Anushka returns Sanjivani with her 2nd ball. Harshitha Madavi and Kavisha Dilhari also returned later. With winning this award, Tuba Hassan becomes the only Pakistani women to won ICC Women’s Player of the month award.

She took 1 wicket in the next two matches in low economy. She took a total of 5 wickets in the series at an average of 7.8 and 3.8 economy. Pakistan won the series 3-0, Tuba became the best in the series. Tuba Hassan is behind his nominated team captain Bismah Maruf and 16-year-old Trinity Smith of Jersey.

 


 

Also Read: Pakistan Overtake India in Latest ICC ODI Rankings June 2022

Pakistan Overtake India in Latest ICC ODI Rankings June 2022

Pakistan Overtake India in Latest ICC ODI Rankings June 2022

Pakistan Overtake India in Latest ICC ODI Rankings June 2022

Pakistan has won the ODI series against West Indies after Australia. Pakistan, which has a great rhythm in one-day cricket, has got good news off the field this time as well. In the latest ICC ODI rankings June 2022, Pakistan overtake India has moved up to number four pushing India to number five.

Pakistan, who had earlier confirmed the series on Sunday (June 12), also won the last match against the Caribbean. They whitewashed the Caribbean with this victory. In the new ICC rankings released on Monday (June 13), Pakistan has moved up four places behind India. Before the start of the series against the Caribbean, Pakistan’s rating was 102. Whitewashing Nicholas Puran’s team has raised the rating to 106.

India is ranked 105 out of four. In this, Rohit Sharma’s team was left behind and Pakistan came up in four. However, India has a chance to overtake Pakistan very soon. Rohit Sharma’s side will go ahead as soon as they win the series against them on English soil in July.

Apart from these two teams, there has been no change in the top ten of the rankings. New Zealand is at the top with 125 ratings. England is one point less than them. Bangladesh ranks at number seven in the rankings with 95 rating points. The next places are Sri Lanka, West Indies and Afghanistan respectively.

 


 

Also Read: BCCI Increase Pension of Former Cricketers and Umpires

BCCI Increase Pension of Former Cricketers and Umpires

BCCI Increase Pension of Former Cricketers and Umpires

BCCI Increase Pension of Former Cricketers and Umpires by 100 Percent

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has announced an increase in the pensions of former Indian cricketers and match officials. It has been decided to increase the pension of all male and female cricketers from 85 to 100 percent. The BCCI has announced that the new pension will be effective from June 1.

Also, former cricketers who had a pension of Rs 50,000 will now get Rs 60,000. The pension of former international women cricketers has been increased from Rs 30,000 to Rs 52,500. The pension of women cricketers who played first-class cricket and retired before 2003 has been increased from Rs 22,500 to Rs 45,000.

Earlier, cricketers who did not play in the national team were given a pension of Rs 15,000. That amount has been increased 100 percent to 30 thousand rupees. In the case of former Test cricketers, the amount has gone up from Rs 36,500 to Rs 70,000.

About 900 former cricketers and match officials will get a 100 per cent increase in their pensions from 75 per cent, said BCCI secretary Joy Shah. About 900 people will benefit from this and 75 percent of the people will get 100 percent increase in pension. ”

According to BCCI President Sourav Ganguly, former cricketers should stand by the board and that is what has been done. “Former cricketers should be given financial benefits,” he said. That’s what we did as a board. They have brought a lot of respect to the country during the playing days and BCCI is trying to evaluate their work. ”

 


 

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IPL 2023-2027 Broadcasting Media Rights Sold for a Price of 44065 Crore

IPL 2023-2027 Broadcasting Media Rights Sold for a Price of 44065 Crore

IPL 2023-2027 Broadcasting Media Rights Sold for a Price of 44065 Crore

There was a hint that the broadcasting rights of IPL could be sold at skyrocketing prices. The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) has sold IPL 2023-2027 broadcasting media and digital rights for Rs 44,065 crore. The name of the winning company has not been announced as the entire auction process is not over yet.

The BCCI announced the sale of broadcasting rights for the 2023 to 2026 cycle. Four packages have also been fixed for this. Package ‘A’ had subcontinental TV rights. This package has raised the maximum price of Rs 56 crore per match. However, it is not yet known which company has bought the rights to this TV.

Package ‘B’ included digital rights. The BCCI demanded a price of Rs 20,000 per match. In the end, this amount has stopped at 56 thousand rupees. According to various sources, Viacom-18 has bought digital rights.

In all, the BCCI’s revenue per match from TV and digital rights stands at 106.50 crore. The IPL is on the verge of surpassing the English Premier League and the popular NFL in terms of revenue from broadcasting rights.

A total of 410 matches will be organized in the 2023-26 cycle of IPL. At this time, BCCI will get a total of Rs 44,065 crore from TV and digital rights.

Apart from packages ‘A’ and ‘B’, BCCI has two more packages. Package ‘C’ includes special 18-match and package ‘D’ has TV rights for countries outside the subcontinent. The auction of these two rights has not started yet. If these two packages are sold, the amount of IPL revenue from broadcasting rights will be known.

 


 

Also Read: Angelo Mathews Named as ICC Player of the Month May 2022

Angelo Mathews Named as ICC Player of the Month May 2022

Angelo Mathews Named as ICC Player of the Month May 2022

Angelo Mathews Named as ICC Player of the Month May 2022

Veteran Sri Lankan star cricketer Angelo Mathews named as the ICC Player of the Month May 2022.  Mathews has been named the ICC Player of the Month May 2022, leaving behind compatriot Asitha Fernando and Bangladesh’s Mushfiqur Rahim.

Mathews was great with the bat in the two-match Test series against Bangladesh. He scored 344 runs in 2 centuries in the series. In the first Test, Chittagong did not get a double century for 1 run, was out for 199 runs.

He scored 145 runs in the second Test at Mirpur. Where his team won by 10 wickets. He won the series best award. The ICC introduced the Player of the Month award in January 2021. Angelo Mathews is the first Sri Lankan cricketer to receive the award.

“I am proud and excited to be the ICC Player of the Month,” said Angelo Mathews. I would like to congratulate Asitha Fernando and Mushfiqur Rahim for their performances.

‘I am grateful to receive this award. I would like to thank the creators, colleagues, support staff and supporters for believing in me and supporting me. I want to dedicate it to the people of Sri Lanka. Let’s never stop dreaming. ‘

Sri Lanka’s Angelo Mathews named ICC Cricketer of the Year Apart from Mathews, his compatriot Asitha Fernando and Mushfiqur Rahim of Bangladesh were in the race for the best of May. Mathews was great with the bat against the Tigers last month.

Right-handed batsman Mathews scored 344 runs in two Tests in Chittagong and Dhaka. Where he played an innings of 199 runs in the first Test. He also scored an unbeaten 145 in the Dhaka Test. In such a performance, he got a place in the list of the best of the month of May. The former Sri Lankan cricketer was named the best by the ICC in a statement on Monday.

Meanwhile, Asitha was nominated for the best of May. After taking 3 wickets in Chittagong, the right-arm pacer took 6 wickets in Dhaka Test. Asitha took 10 wickets in two matches. Besides, Mushfiqur became the first Bangladeshi batsman to score 5,000 runs in an innings of 105 runs in the first match of the series in Chittagong. In the next match also, an unbeaten innings of 175 runs came from his bat.

 


 

Also Read: Imam ul Haq Record for Consecutive Fifties in ODI

Imam-ul-Haq Record for Consecutive ODI Fifty

Imam-ul-Haq Record for Consecutive ODI Fifty

Imam-ul-Haq Set a Record for Consecutive Fifty in ODI

Pakistan Left-arm opener Imam ul haq set a record for seven consecutive fifty in ODIs and becomes the second batsman in the world to achieve this feat. Javed Miandad holds the world record of 50 in 9 consecutive ODIs in 1986.

Mark Waugh, Gordon Greenidge, Andrew Jones, Mohamed Youssef, Chris Gayle, Shy Hope, Paul Sterling, Ross Taylor, Kane Williams and Babar Azam also have a record of 50 in six consecutive ODIs.

As the nephew of former captain and chief selector Inzamam-ul-Haq, Imam-ul-Haq has had to listen to many comments, including kinship, since the beginning of his career. However, Imam is regularly proving that he has the ability to give some great gifts to the team like his uncle.

In the last three matches of the ODI series against the West Indies, he has won the series best award by playing an innings of fifty runs. Not only that, he has set a unique record by making fifty in seven consecutive ODIs. Which is the only batter in the world.

Before the start of the series, everything was talking about Babar Azam. The Pakistani captain scored a hat-trick of ODI centuries for the second time in the first match. In the next match too, he played a 6-run innings and set a record of six fifties in a row.

Imam also drove the sixth fifty in a row that day. But it was covered under the light of Babar. However, Imam has surpassed Babar by playing an innings of 72 runs in the last match. His innings in the last seven matches are 72, 56, 103, 106, 69, 65 and 72 runs.

Pakistan and West Indies have met in the third and ODI of the series. Two teams are fighting in Multan. Where Pakistan won the toss and elected to bat. But the team is not in a very convenient position. Even after a great start, the team is losing a few wickets quickly.

Batting first, Pakistan got a great pair of 85 runs in 16.4 overs. However, the team is in danger after breaking the pair. Captain Babar Azam, Harris and Mohammad Rizwan also returned quickly with the two openers. The most amazing thing is that Caribbean captain Nicholas Pooran took 4 wickets alone.

Pooran, who has captained the side for a full term, has previously played 99 international matches for the Caribbean, but has bowled only once. And that too only 3 balls. But this time he picked up the ball with his own hands and destroyed Pakistan’s batting line-up.

He took the wickets of Fakhar Zaman, Imam-ul-Haq, Mohammad Haris and Mohammad Rizwan one by one with off-spin. Although Marquette is popular for batting as well as wicketkeeping and fielding, he showed a different form today. He took 4 wickets for 47 runs in 10 overs. Which is the best of his career.

Hayden Walsh picked up the wicket of Babar Azam in between. Babar returned to the dressing room with only 1 run. This is not the first time he has seen a fifty after nine consecutive international innings of his career. And after six innings in a row in ODIs, he could not complete 50 runs.

But even if Babar could not, Imam Ul Haq did. Imam-ul-haq has scored fifty runs in 7 consecutive innings in ODIs which is a record in the history of cricket. This left-arm batsman is at number two in the list of batsmen who have scored fifty in so many consecutive matches. Imam’s compatriot Javed Miandad is at the top of the list with an average of 50 runs in 9 consecutive ODIs.

Despite being in second place alone, Imam still has that opportunity to set a world record. The Pakistani star played an innings of 72 runs in this match against the Caribbeans. After hitting his 14th fifty in his career, he was dismissed for 72 off 6 balls with 6 boundaries and 1 six.

At the time of writing, Pakistan had scored 152 runs for the loss of 5 wickets in 32 overs. Khushdil Shah (14) and Shadab Khan (21) are now trying to take the helm of the team.

 


 

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IPL Earns More Than EPL Says Sourav Ganguly

IPL Earns More Than EPL Says Sourav Ganguly

IPL Earns More Than EPL Says Sourav Ganguly

The most popular sport in the world is football. But cricket has also spread rapidly. According to Sourav Ganguly, the Indian Premier League IPL earns more than the English Premier League EPL.

The Indian Premier League (IPL) is one of the fastest growing sports tournaments in the world. Huge fan-followers in the world of cricket enjoy this franchise tournament.

Twenty-two-yard bat-and-ball fights have become more popular for the benefit of franchise tournaments. Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) President Sourav Ganguly gave more startling information.

“I have seen the game (cricket) develop, where players like me could earn only a few hundred rupees, now it is possible for cricketers to earn crores of rupees,” Sourav Ganguly told NDTV. The game will continue to evolve. ”

He added, “IPL now earns more than the English Premier League. It makes me happy and proud. Because, the game I love – it’s gotten so strong. ”

Two teams have been added since the 15th edition of IPL in 2022, Gujarat Titans and Lucknow Super Giants. Gujarat won the trophy for the first time in 64 matches. Corona allowed 50 percent of the spectators to enter the field early in the tournament, but 100 percent from the playoffs.

The popularity of Indian Premier League (IPL) is increasing day by day. The tournament has been organized in the 15th edition of the last IPL. The number of teams has been increased. At the same time the number of cricket has increased. Competitive cricket has also been seen.

The duration of the tournament has also increased from before. The two-month-long tournament has also generated huge sums of money. BCCI has earned hundreds of crores of rupees from the sponsoring organization. The title sponsor comes from Tata and other co-sponsors. Outside of this, broadcast rights are sold for huge sums of money.

However, the amount of money is so high that the franchise tournament has surpassed the popular football tournament English Premier League (EPL). And that demand has been made by BCCI chairman Sourav Ganguly himself. He said that the income of IPL is more than that of English Premier League.

In this context, Sourav Ganguly said, ‘IPL earns more than the English Premier League. It makes me proud and very happy that I am involved in this game. It (IPL arrangement) is getting stronger day by day.

 


 

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Pakistan Whitewash West Indies by Winning the ODI Series 3-0

Pakistan Whitewash West Indies by Winning the ODI Series 3-0

Pakistan Whitewash West Indies by Winning the ODI Series 3-0

Pakistan beat West Indies by 53 runs in the third ODI match of the series and whitewashed West Indies by 3-0. Babar Azam is becoming irresistible day by day with the bat. Babar Azam, who has scored half-centuries in six consecutive matches, has finally failed. Shadab has become a shield on the day of the captain’s failure.

Pakistan and the West Indies met in the third match of the series on Sunday (April 12) at the Multan Stadium in Pakistan. Pakistan, who had earlier confirmed the series, took to the field to whitewash the West Indies. However, in this match, Pakistan got down to bat first and suffered a mild batting disaster.

When Shadab Khan came to bat, Pakistan’s batting collapsed. After the opening pair of 75 runs, Pakistan lost five wickets for just 32 runs. Among them was Pakistan captain Babar Azam who had a great time with the bat.

Imam-ul-Haq played a half-century in the seventh innings in the opening over. Fakhar Zaman, who did not have a rhythm with the bat, was also playing well that day. West Indies captain Nicholas Pooran broke the 65-run partnership between the two.

Fakhar started by bowling Zaman, then took three more wickets. Mohammad Haris, Mohammad Rizwan and Imam-ul-Haq were bowled out for 10 in the previous day’s three-wicket haul in the international match, bringing down Pakistan’s batting line-up.

However, all-rounder Shadab Khan was Pakistan’s savior on the day of danger. In the face of batting collapse, he gave the message of his arrival by hitting six in the second ball. The all-rounder counter-attacked the West Indies after overcoming the initial setback with his teammate Khushdil.

After making a pair of 64 runs, Khushdil returned with 34 runs but Shadab remained steadfast at the other end. He made 6 off 8 balls before returning to the ball of Jayden Siles from 56 off 72 balls. 30 runs came from his bat in the last 16 balls. Pakistan got enough capital to fight in Shadab’s innings. The match came down to 48 overs due to a dust storm in the middle of the match.

West Indies to bat for 269 runs to avoid whitewash. Shadab, who gave the old team a nightmare gift with the bat, has also become a major obstacle in front of the West Indies in bowling. Pakistan rested Shahin Shah Afridi and Haris Rauf, regular members of the XI. Hasan Ali and Shahnawaz Dahani got a chance in the XI in their place. Dahani made his first breakthrough for Pakistan in his debut match.

Like Pakistan, the West Indies suffered a batting setback. However, there was no ‘Shadab Khan’ to save the West Indies, who lost five wickets for 93 runs. Shadab Khan was then busy taking wickets with the ball for Pakistan. The all-rounder ensured Pakistan’s whitewash by returning four West Indies batsmen one by one.

In the end, Akil Hossain’s stormy batting dream was showing to West Indies. Akil, who scored 60 off just 36 balls, did not find anyone as a partner. Shadad Khan, who had a dreamy day, returned Akil, who had become a cause for concern.

Shadab, who got four wickets, also had a chance to get five wickets. Although Hasan Ali picked up the last wicket, Shadab did not get five more wickets. However, he should be satisfied with the day he has spent batting.

The West Indies have not been able to compete against Pakistan in any of the three-match ODI series. The new West Indies captain Nicholas Pooran started his captaincy journey with a bang. Purana certainly did not want such a start as a captain.

 


 

Also Read: Bangladesh Tour of West Indies 2022 Schedule

Bangladesh Tour of West Indies 2022 Schedule

Bangladesh Tour of West Indies 2022 Schedule

Bangladesh Tour of West Indies 2022 Schedule

The frustration of the series loss to Sri Lanka, the resignation of Test captain Mominul Haque – Bangladesh team is going to the West Indies for a full tour as everything is fresh. Bangladesh cricket board announced the Bangladesh cricket team tour of West Indies 2022.

The draft schedule of this tour was released earlier. The Caribbean Cricket Board released the official full schedule on Wednesday night. As the time interval is 11 hours, the whole series will be Bangladesh time and night. Especially the T20 matches will be from 11:30 pm.

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The first Test of the series will be played on June 16 in Antigua. The second Test will be played in St. Lucia from June 24. The games of this series in white dress will be from 8 pm Bangladesh time. Later, the T20 series will be played at 11:30 pm and the ODIs will start at 6:30 pm.

 

Full schedule of Bangladesh West Indies Tour 2022:

First Test: June 18-20, Antigua, 8pm
Second Test: June 24-26, St. Lucia, 8pm

First T20: July 2, Dominica, 11.30pm
Second T20: July 3, Dominica, 11.30pm
Third T20: July 7, Guyana, 11.30pm

First ODI: 10 July, Guyana, 6.30 pm
Second ODI: 13 July, Guyana, 6.30 pm
Third ODI: 16 July, Guyana, 6.30 pm.

 


 

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LPL 2022 Schedule to Start From 31 July

LPL 2022 Schedule to Start From 31 July

LPL 2022 Schedule to Start From 31 July

Sri Lanka is playing against Australia at home. Meanwhile, Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) has announced the new edition of the Sri Lankan Premier League LPL 2022. The new edition of LPL 3rd edition is schedule to start from 31st July 2022, According to a press release issued by Sri Lanka Cricket, which will continue till August 21.

The LPL is Sri Lanka’s highest domestic T20 league. This year’s event will be played at the Premadasa International Cricket Stadium in Colombo and the Mahinda Rajapaksa International Cricket Stadium in Hambantota.

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The opening matches of the five-team tournament will be played in Colombo. The match will be played in Hambantota towards the end of the tournament. Although the final schedule of the tournament has not been announced yet.

“We are very happy to announce the 3rd edition of the LPL,” said Sri Lankan cricket team captain Shammi Silva. In this tournament, it has taken a big place among the T20 leagues of the world. The player draft of the 24-match tournament of 5 teams will start soon.

 


 

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