Kiwis miss out on Cricket World Cup jobs

The  number of New Zealanders working on the television broadcasts for the  Cricket World Cup have been cut by the broadcaster bringing in outside staff for the games being played in New Zealand, says Labour Leader Andrew Little.  Source: on - The Scoreline Diminishes


As World Cup Fever Begins, BSF Jawans Take to the Pitch at the Border

As India and Pakistan break ice over cricket, with PM Narendra Modi calling his Pakistani counterpart Nawaz Sharif on Thursday to wish him luck for the World Cup, at the border, jawans of the Border Security Force (BSF) have also decided to take it to the pitch.Source: http://www.ndtv.comSee on - The Scoreline Diminishes

‘Developing countries like the US, UAE’ at heart of Cricket World Cup contraction, says Richardson | The National

In an interview with Paul Radley, the ICC's David Richardson acknowledges the business interests involved in cutting the Cricket World Cup field, but says spreading the sport can't happen 'if we don't make money from these events'.Source: http://www.thenational.aeSee on - The Scoreline Diminishes