Coronavirus claims former Peshawar cricketer Zafar Sarfraz; BCCI are likely to postpone the IPL indefinitely; MCA postponed all their matches till May 3; and Giles remains upbeat about over the possibility of cricket in England this summer.
Knight and Dunkley have signed up for the England NHS VR Scheme; BCCI and Raina have pledged to donate to fight the battle against COVID-19; BCB will pay non-contracted DPL cricketers; and Cook is not comfortable with the idea of a truncated County Championship.
BCCI decides to wait and watch, Aus-NZ ODIs cancelled, and relief for Joe Root.
England finished Day 1 at Port Elizabeth on 224/4; Dhoni did not find get a BCCI central contract; and New Zealand Women and Pakistan announced their respective squad.
Tryon's savage hitting, Carey's all-round show, Devine's omnipresence, an across-generation stand, a BCCI decision, and burnt toast all feature in this week's round-up.
India won the second Test of the 3-match series against South Africa. Sourav Ganguly is set to become BCCI president unopposed. Anshuman Gaekwad will be representing ICA at BCCI's apex council.
BCCI agreed to come under NADA. The final unofficial Test between India A and West Indies A ended with a draw. Cricket South Africa announced interim team director for South Africa's tour to India.
BCCI reverses complies with anti-doping agency NADA; Afghanistan secure maiden Test win
CA is keen on hosting the Border-Gavaskar Trophy at the end of this year; ICC will decide its course of action later this week; South Africa's tour of Sri Lanka has been postponed; and Rahul and Mushfiqur have put up their gear for auction to help combat COVID-19.
Mumbai Indians became the first IPL franchise to win three titles, that too in alternate years. In the final they beat Rising Pune Supergiant by 1 run, the narrowest margin in an IPL final.