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Growth of Test cricket
In 1909 the Imperial Cricket Conference was established and this had just South Africa, Australia and England as members.
A bid was made by Zee Telefilms (part of Essel Group) to gain the telecast rights of the 2003 Cricket World Cup.
In the 21st century, the International Cricket Council enhanced the Development Program with an intention of producing more national squads that would compete at Test level.
During the end of the millennium it was concluded that the attendances for county matches were decreasing.
In England, cricket was established in the 17th century before the seafarers Abel Tasman and Willem Jansz made their voyages of discovery.
The basic rules of Twenty20 cricket are identical to a One day International match.
The ICC Awards were founded by the International Cricket Council in 2004.
The AQB sports ratings rate sports teams in comparison to each other using a mathematical system.
Named after former Australian Captain the Allan Border Medal is one of the most prestigious and the highest individual honor in Australian cricket.
Shane Watson, the all-rounder from Australia, was the Player of the Series in the Indian Premier League during the past season.