Cricket News sort by Pune Warriors

Gujarat Lions once again demonstrated why they are one of the strongest teams in IPL 9, chasing down a tough 196 to ensure another victory for their team, this time against Rising Pune Supergiants at Pune, and thus furthering the lead at the top of the points table

The controversy surrounding the Indian Premier League (IPL) just gets murkier and murkier. Pune Warriors have become the latest franchise to be terminated by the Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI).

It may be for a totally different reason, but Pune Warriors are finally out of the Indian Premier League (IPL). Apparently, the BCCI enchased the bank guarantee given to them by the Pune franchise after the latter could not fulfill its commitment of paying the franchise fee, which peeved the men Pune in charge of the franchise enough for them to pull the plug on their association with the tournament.

Pune Warriors who haven’t been in good terms with the BCCI have finally decided to pull off from the Indian Premier League. The Pune Warriors had a disastrous season finishing second last in IPL 6.

While Chennai, Mumbai, Rajasthan and Hyderabad have qualified for the play-offs following some superlative performances and the talented Delhi have shocked all by finishing last, for four other sides...

Indian Premier League, 66th match: Mumbai Indians Vs Rajasthan Royals at Mumbai, May 15, 2013. Mumbai Indians won by 14 runs

Indian Premier League, 65th match: Kolkata Knight Riders Vs Pune Warriors at Ranchi, May 15, 2013. Pune Warriors won by 7 runs

IPL 2013, 58th match: Mumbai 116/5 (18.5 Ov);Pune 112/8 (20 Ov); Mumbai Indians won by 5 Wkts. Pune Warriors Vs Mumbai Indians at Pune, May 11, 2013.

IPL 2013, 56th match: PW: 106/10(19.3 Ov) KKR: 152/6(20 Ov)at Pune, May 9, 2013. KKR won by 46 Runs