Against the backdrop of allegations of illegal activities in the IPL, there is speculation over the future of the Chennai Super Kings with the BCCI consulting the rule book of the lucrative Twenty20 league which states that a franchise can be terminated if it fails to match certain defined criteria
Gurunath Meiyappan, son-in-law of BCCI President N Srinivasan and owner of Chennai Super Kings, was arrested here late tonight for his alleged involvement in betting on IPL matches, raising questions over the future of the franchise
A Fact Finding Committee appointed by the Sri Lanka Society of Rugby Football Referees (SLSRFR) are due to submit their written recommendations on the complaints lodged in relation to the recently concluded Science College – St. Peter’s College and Isipathana College – Royal College inter-school rugby encounters. The complainants have alleged bias and incompetence on the part of the two referees concerned.
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The spot-fixing saga in the ongoing IPL on Thursday took a dramatic turn with ICC withdrawing controversal Pakistani umpire Asad Rauf from the panel of match officials for the upcoming Champions Trophy in England as his role in the scandal is being investigated by Mumbai Police.
Royal College has released video footage from the controversial game against Isipathana College played last week at the Royal College Sports Complex, to support their claims of alleged foul play by the Pathanians.
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Star-studded Mumbai Indians reached the final of the sixth edition of the Indian Premier League as they chased down a challenging target of 166 in the second qualifier against Rajasthan Royals at Eden Gardens on Friday.
The four-wicket win against Hyderabad was Rajasthan’s first victory in three attempts since the spot-fixing revelations emerged. It’s a win that has energised the team hugely; they will start overwhelming underdogs against a formidable, power-packed Mumbai outfit, only a brave man will totally write them off.
Cometh the hour cometh the man. Seasoned campaigner Brad Hodge (54 off 29 balls) snatched a brilliant win for Rajasthan Royals to take the team to the Qualifier 2 when they rallied to beat Sunrisers Hyderabad by four wickets in the Eliminator at Ferozshah Kotla Stadium on Wednesday.
New Delhi, May 21: It will be a real test of character for the beleaguered Rajasthan Royals when they face an upbeat Sunrisers Hyderabad in the ‘Eliminator’ of the Indian Premier League today.