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  • Hostile Bullring awaits inevitable Biltong-fest

    Enemies Arenas waits inevitably Biltong festival


    Jofra Archer or Mark Wood? England have seldom had two bowlers of such pace at their disposal The Wanderers desert lives and breathes. Out where the river breaks, the bloodwood ...

  • A day of batting, bowling and boorishness at the Wanderers

    One Day, the batting, the bowling and the rudeness at the Wanderers


    The crowd was behind South Africa as they fought back in the final session Drops dripped. That's a sentence, complete and perfect, from Leo Tolstoy's "War and Peace". ...

  • Daryl Harper - Smiling because he means it

    Daryl Harper Smiled, because he believes it


    It took him nearly two decades, but Daryl Harper finally had his closure. It aptly came at the Adelaide Oval too, even if from an unlikely source. It was here ...

  • Keen on improvement, Leicestershire aim to leap ahead

    Want to Improve, Leicestershire, the Goal of Advance


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  • Ross Taylor excited about McLean Park's international return

    Ross Taylor enthusiasm McLean Park's international return


    McLean Park is the host of the first " One-Day International (ODI) between new Zealand and India on Wednesday (23. January). Central districts " home ground to witness international cricket after ...

  • Taijul Islam - The old-school alumnus

    Taijul Islam - The old-school and a former student


    In the modern age, there are plenty of cricketers who love being in the spotlight. Some are darlings of the advertising world, seen constantly on television ads or huge billboards. ...

  • I have learnt most in my life from failures and setbacks - Virat Kohli

    I've done the most in my Life, Mistakes and Failures - Virat Kohli


    It's been barely two weeks since that World Cup heartbreak in Manchester. Firm favourites to lift the title, India lost in the semifinal to New Zealand. Even before the ...

  • Can Pakistan stand up to the bounce at Centurion?

    Can Pakistan stand up for the rebound during Centurion?


    After getting thrown out in Durban for a paltry 203 inside 46 overs, Centurion would want to be the last venue for Pakistan as they look to get back on ...

  • WBBL 2019 - Standing alone and standing apart

    WBBL 2019 - Standing alone and standing by the side of


    The road leading up to North Sydney Oval (NSO) from the Sydney Harbour Bridge had turned magenta for nearly a week leading in to October 18. And the first landmark ...

  • CSA's bumbling board still in its doom spiral

    CSA's bumbling card is still in the doom-Spiral


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  • Cricket's climate conundrum

    Cricket's Climate s Puzzles


    The Sydney Thunder vs Adelaide Strikers game in Canberra was called off due to poor air quality. Every Friday evening, members of Blue Downs Cricket Club in South Africa would ...

  • Tom Blundell - The reticent, laidback Kiwi in MCG record books

    Tom Blundell - the restraint, the more relaxed Kiwi in MKG book of records


    Blundell got his maiden Test ton in the MCG Test Till as recently as 18 months ago, Tom Blundell would spend his winter working a labour job for a cricket ...

  • The special young man from Palmerstone North who just had it

    The young Man from Palmerstone North, who just had


    Ross Taylor is on the verge of a special milestone in Wellington where he is due to play his 100th Test "The game got played at his pace once Ross ...

  • Warner snaps the yellow tape

    Warner snaps with the yellow Band


    Warner needs conflict. Without it, he is just another fine cricketer. With it, he is exceptional. Plenty of the first 3,359 days of David Warner's international career were ...

  • Passion and drive sans the glamour - The Ewen Chatfield chronicles

    Passion and Drive without the glamour of The Ewen Chatfield Chronic


    The new pavilion at the Basin Reserve was commissioned in December 2018. About to get into the RA Vance Stand at Basin Reserve on Friday morning, an hour and a ...

  • De Kock, Niekerk, and the South African asymmetry

    De Kock, Niekerk, and africa south of the Asymmetry


    Can South Africa's women's team be the first from the country to clinch a World Cup? Strange symmetry struck across the Indian Ocean last Sunday. Within the same ...

  • Two decades on, Bransgrove the visionary looks to further progress

    Two Decades later, Bransgrove, the VISIONARY sees Progress


    Rod Bransgrove sees only potential where others may see problems June 13, 2003, and the sun is beating down on a baking hot Friday afternoon in Hedge End, Southampton. It'...

  • When ABdV lit up the Irish league

    If ABdV turns on, the Irish league


    AB de Villiers smashed a jaw-dropping 233, which was over 75% of the team total of 308 - against derby rivals Cliftonville - and the highest score in the history of ...

  • Delhi make strong comeback; Ricky Bhui blows Nagaland away

    Delhi make the strong back; Ricky Bhui breath Nagaland city


    Best batting performancesRicky Bhui hit the joint-fastest century in the T20 format by an Indian when he carted the Nagaland bowlers all over the park in Vijayawada. Bhui hit ...

  • A battle between a heavyweight pugilist and a bare-knuckled boxer

    A Fight between Heavyweight pugilist, and a bare knuckled boxer


    At around noon on Saturday, hundreds of Bristolians broke on to the streets of the bustling city centre, carrying "Kill to Dress" banners, as part of their Extinction Rebellion. In ...

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