A ball. A bat. Some wickets.
That is the Lord's gift of Cricket.
Australian authorities will ban the 'Mexican wave' during cricket matches at the Melbourne Cricket Ground and tougher alcohol restrictions placed on spectators at designated trouble areas.
Under the new plan, any person caught starting a 'Mexican wave' would be evicted from the ground.
The International Cricket Council has described the one-day cricket crowds at the Melbourne Cricket Ground as in the top three worldwide for worst behavior. Well here at Xenox News we pride ourselves on being true blue Aussies, and we support all things Australians do that place them in the category of worlds best practice. We want Australia to be number one in all things she does, especially when it involves sport. So we at Xenox News are throwing down a challenge to the spectators at next Sunday's one-day international between England and Australia: Let's go for number one!
MAUJ , an international mobile content , information services, and technology company announced the launch of a new wireless java game called 'Ricky Ponting Cricket 2004'. This is the first ever mobile cricket game featuring one of the top cricket players in the world.