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06 December 201407:07

ICC Cricket World Cup Weekly Wrap: Volume 11

It's been another hectic week of #cwc15 news and views with preliminary squads being announced, the #cwctrophytour continuing around Australia and plenty of big announcements being made. Catch up on all of it right here!

ICC Cricket World Cup Weekly Wrap: Volume 11 - Cricket News
100 Greatest World Cup Moments
The 100 greatest moments countdown continues on cricketworldcup.com with Adam Gilchrist, a Kenyan upset, the end of Australia’s streak and David Boon all being featured this week. Make sure you follow cricketworldcup.com for a new moment every day and VOTE to help us find the greatest moment ever!

Match officials announced for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015
Four World Cup winners were announced among the 25 strong match officials team for the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015, cricketworldcup.com reports.

South Africa and India announce 30-man preliminary World Cup squads
Cricketworldcup.com reports that South Africa and India have announced their preliminary World Cup squads.

Warm-up matches for ICC Cricket World Cup 2015 announced
A total of 14 non-ODI warm-up matches will be played across Adelaide, Christchurch, Melbourne and Sydney from 8 to 13 February, reports cricketworldcup.com

ICC announces MRF tyres as a global partner
The International Cricket Council (ICC) has announced an exciting new partnership with MRF Tyres of India which extends to the ICC Cricket World Cup (CWC) 2015, reports cricketworldcup.com

Innovative partnership will bring fans ‘closer’ to the action
Cricketworldcup.com reports that an innovative partnership between SAP SE and the International Cricket Council will bring fans ‘closer’ to the #cwc15 action through live scoring, statistics and performance analysis.

New Zealand fast bowler causes dilemma for selectors
As the only current New Zealand bowler to clock over 150kph, speedster Adam Milne is providing an interesting selection dilemma for New Zealand leading into the 2015 World Cup, stuff.co.nz reports.

Preston Mommsen to captain Scotland at Cricket World Cup replacing Kyle Coetzer
Scotland coach Grant Bradburn has confirmed Preston Mommsen will captain the side at next year's ICC Cricket World Cup, reports the Daily Mail.

Australia and New Zealand Trophy Tour
The #cwctrophy continued across Australia this week with stops in Queensland and New South Wales. Catch up on all the lastest tour news here.

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