Cricket Web Logo
Cricket Coach 2014 - Order Now
Cricket Web Logo
Australia Bangladesh Bermuda Canada England India Ireland Kenya Netherlands New Zealand Pakistan Scotland South Africa Sri Lanka West Indies Zimbabwe
 
Ireland series to go ahead
31 May 2007
By: James Nixon


The one-day series between India and South Africa in Ireland next month will go ahead as planned after the broadcasting rights were sorted out.

Initially, Zee Television pulled out of broadcasting the matches due to differences with the Indian Cricket Board.

Nimbus Sports came to the rescue however and have picked up the television rights for the series at a cost of $US6.05 million per match.

The three one-dayers will be played in Belfast on June 26, 29 and July 1st and follow a warm-up match for both nations against Ireland.

Discuss this news item in the Cricket Web Forums
Recent Cricket Chat Threads
A Complex Man
Last posted by: BoyBrumby
***Official*** India in England 2014
Last posted by: harsh.ag
How good is Sanga?
Last posted by: sachin200
Averaging 40 against and in all countries
Last posted by: OverratedSanity
Fixing Scandal!!!!!
Last posted by: GIMH
New Zealand 'A' Tour of U.K., 2014
Last posted by: NZTailender
Kallis retires from Tests
Last posted by: bagapath
Pankaj Singh
Last posted by: OverratedSanity
Poll
Do you think enough Test cricket is being played?
Too much Test cricket
The right amount is being played
No there should be more



View Results
Previous Polls