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ICC names MoneyGram as event partner for eight years

MUMBAI: The International Cricket Council (ICC) has brought on board MoneyGram International as event partner for ICC events for a period of eight years from 2016 - 2023. The ICC and MoneyGram recently completed a successful five-year partnership, which began with the ICC World Twenty20 West...

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ICC T20: Dharamshala to host India vs Pakistan match, finals at Eden Gardens

MUMBAI: Sourav Ganguly's tenure as Cricket Association of Bengal president is already off to a flying start. While as a player the southpaw made his crackling test cricket debut with a century at Lords, as an administrator now, he’s writing his own script. Eden Gardens, which was denied a single...

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Nissan inks eight-year sponsorship deal with ICC through 2023

The ICC partnership is an expansion of Nissan's ongoing international sports sponsorship strategy.

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World T20 Qualifier is another boost for cricket’s global development

The ICC World Twenty20 Qualifier, hosted by Ireland and Scotland, is set to start on 9 July 2015.

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ICC Cricket WC 2015 gives economic boost to Australia, NZ: PwC

The findings of an economic impact and benefits analysis carried out by PricewaterhouseCoopers show that the tournament generated more than $AU 1.1 billion in direct spending.

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