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No bonus scandal in CL T20 hosting, assures CSA

The irregular bonus scandal which followed their hosting of the 2009 IPL will not be repeated when South Africa host this year's Champions League Twenty20, the country's Cricket Board has assured.

CLT20 will show that our IPL victory was no fluke

I am recovering from the loss in the World T20. It hurt bad, real bad. You know, that is why sport is a great leveler. The IPL was my last T20 competition, which my team, Kolkata Knight Riders, won. Gautam Gambhir writes.

Yorkshire beat Uva by 5 wickets in CLT20 qualifier

Yorkshire produced a clinically all-round performance to defeat Uva Next by five wickets in the Champions League Twenty20's opening qualifying match in Johannesburg today.

Hardly perfect but few complaints

When CLT20 was conceived back in 2008, the idea was to build it up into an event as glitzy as the Champions League - the blue riband football property. HT reports.

Auckland through, thanks to Mahmood

Azhar Mahmood produced a vintage all-round performance to carry Auckland into the main draw of the Champions League T20 at Centurion, South Africa on Wednesday, HT reports.

Sydney Sixers pose huge challenge to Dhoni's Chennai

Featuring players who shone at the World Twenty20, Australia's Sydney Sixers might prove to be quite a handful for the Chennai Super Kings when the two teams clash in their opening Group B encounter of the Champions League T20, tomorrow.

All eyes on Tendulkar, Harbhajan as MI take on Lions

All eyes will be on Sachin Tendulkar and skipper Harbhajan Singh as defending champions Mumbai Indians take on local team Lions in their opening Champions League Twenty20 tomorrow.

Rudolph leads Titans to 39-run win over Scorchers

Jacques Rudolph led Titans' dominant all-round display with a 59-ball 83 to propel the home team to a convincing 39-run win over Perth Scorchers in the Champions League Twenty20 opener in Centurion today.

CLT20 to keep South’s in-form Vijay away

With CLT20 kicking off in South Africa, both South Zone and the East Zone were depleted as they geared up for their Duleep Trophy semifinal starting in Visakhapatnam on today.

Sachin gets back to business

All eyes will be on Sachin Tendulkar and skipper Harbhajan Singh as defending champions Mumbai Indians take on local team Lions in their opening Champions League Twenty20 here on Sunday.

CLT20: Daredevils crush KKR by 52 runs

Delhi Daredevils beat Kolkata Knight Riders by 52 runs in their opening Champions League Twenty20 match in Centurion today.

Jayawardene praises 'mature' Unmukt Chand

Young Indian batsman Unmukt Chand drew lavish praise from his Delhi Daredevils skipper Mahela Jayawardene, who said the teenager showed a lot of maturity in his 40-run knock that proved crucial in the team's win over Kolkata Knight Riders in Johannesburg.

Never thought of cutting pace despite injuries, says Brett Lee

Injuries ravaged his body but Brett Lee says he never thought of cutting down pace and he wants to pass on this "never say die attitude" to the next generation before quitting cricket completely.

Henriques’ show prolongs the poor run for skipper Dhoni

Sydney Sixers relied on a superb all-round show from Moises Henriques and a couple of stunning catches as they thumped Chennai Super Kings by 14 runs in their opening Champions League Twenty20 match in Johannesburg today.

Mumbai Indians fail to roar against the Lions

Defending Champions Mumbai Indians got off to a quiet start, setting a target of 158 against the Highveld Lions at the Wanderers here on Sunday.
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