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Cricket - 25 Aug 2006
The only way to possibly get a ticket to the grand finale of ICC Cricket World Cup 2007 now is by purchasing Hospitality or Tour & Travel packages.
Cricket - 04 Jan 2005
Cricket fans have shown their strong support for the 10 January World Cricket Tsunami Appeal fund-raising game at the Melbourne Cricket Ground (MCG), with nearly 20,000 seats sold today.
Cricket - 08 Dec 2004
Premium wine company, Beringer Blass Wine Estates has launched an exclusive new partnership with English cricket for its Wolf Blass range of wines to become the 'Official Wine of the Test Match Grounds'.
Cricket - 25 Nov 2004
ASHES fever has taken over at the Brit Oval with the news that the historic ground is a sell-out for the first four days of the npower Ashes Test Match as well as the One Day NatWest Challenge Match against Australia.
Cricket - 12 Nov 2004
Brit Insurance, the UK-based international insurance Group, is to become the joint lead sponsor of the Professional Cricketers’ Association (PCA) for the 2005 cricket season.
Cricket - 03 Jun 2004
The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) has signed a deal with SOLA International, one of the world’s leading ophthalmic lens manufacturers, to be an official supplier for the Twenty20 Cup
Cricket - 22 Apr 2004
European law firm Taylor Wessing has signed an exclusive agreement to become the title sponsor of the Professional Cricketers’ Association Masters Series in England for the 2004 and 2005 cricket seasons.
Cricket - 31 Mar 2004
31 March 2004 – NatWest was last night awarded the Hollis Sponsorship ‘Charity and Community Award 2004 for the ‘Sun Safety – Know your boundaries’ campaign in partnership with Marie Curie Cancer Care and Banana Boat Sun Care.
Cricket - 07 Jan 2002
Surrey County Cricket Club are seeking a new Club Sponsor following the end of a four year sponsorship partnership with Computacenter.
Cricket - 26 Oct 2001
The Australian Cricket Board (ACB) has denied reports in a United Kingdom newspaper that it will not tour India again unless security arrangements in that country are overhauled.
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