NZC CEO speaks on Christchurch terror attack, Lucy Doolan to retire and much more: Daily Rundown March 16, 2019
By Cricnwin Staff
‘Christchurch attack changes everything for team security’
"This is shocking. This will change the entire fabric of international sports hosting. I think everything changes now," David White, the CEO of New Zealand Cricket, said. “We'll certainly be having to look at our security in depth. I think the idea of New Zealand being a safe haven is gone now."
Supreme Court sets aside life ban on Sreesanth
The Supreme Court on Friday set aside the life ban imposed on Sreesanth for his involvement in the 2013 IPL spot-fixing scandal. A bench comprising justices Ashok Bhushan and KM Joseph has asked the BCCI to consider a fresh punishment for the former India fast bowler within the next three months.
Duminy to quit ODIs
South Africa’s JP Duminy on Friday announced he will retire from ODIs after the 2019 World Cup in England. Duminy, who had quit Test cricket in 2017, will continue to play T20s.
Doolan to retire
Lucy Doolan, who represented New Zealand in 40 ODIs and 33 T20Is, has announced her retirement. Her last appearance for the White Ferns was almost six years back in February 2013.
Quote of the day
We were scared and crying - Bangladesh’s Mominul Haque (after the Christchurch terror attack)