WCB News

Phillip Hughes death a reminder of why sport unites us all

Sport has rivalries, it has controversy, yet it moves emotions like nothing else. The tragic death of Phillip Hughes has rocked the cricket world, but it has also illustrated why sport is so special.

Can you better the Sachin Tendulkar image and win MCC photo competition?

Amateur and professional photographers from around the world are being given the chance to have their photographs appear as the first three colour images in the 2015 edition of the Wisden Cricketer’s Almanack by entering the 2014 Wisden-MCC Cricket Photograph of the Year competition.

INTRODUCING: Around The World In 80 Seconds

World Cricket Badger is pleased to announce a new feature to the site: A daily podcast called ‘Around The World In 80 Seconds’ will give you the latest cricketing news from beyond the international game

Sri Lankan Cricket may dedicate Asia Cup success to Malaysia flight victims

Sri Lanka Cricket (SLC) may seek the views of Mahindananda Aluthgamage, the country’s sports minister, on whether their captain Angelo Mathews can dedicate the 2014 Asia Cup to the victims of the disappeared Malaysia Airlines flight (MH370), revealed SLC president Jayantha Dharmadasa.

Stiaan van Zyl just misses out on a third Cape Cobras century

Stiaan van Zyl and Justin Ontong contributed solid scores for the Cape Cobras, but Quinton Friend’s three-wicket haul helped the Knights to match their hosts on day one of their Sunfoil Series match at Sahara Park Newlands on Thursday.