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  • The rise and rise of Jhye Richardson

    The Rise of Jhye Richardson


    For the first time, Joe Piromalli, head coach of the Freemantle District Cricket Club (FDCC), saw Jhye Richardson; he was immediately recalled, Duncan Spencer. For those who came too late, ...

  • Radha Yadav: Another gem handpicked from the bylanes of Mumbai

    Radha Yadav, Another Jewel of hand-picked by the bylanes of Mumbai


    In the summer of 2013, when Indian cricket was mired in the spot-fixing controversy and a political narrative around 'ache din aayenge' (better days will come) began to take ...

  • Windies have the team to upset England - Stuart Law

    Windies, the team to disrupt England's Stuart Law


    An underdog tag and prove their own fans wrong to believe for two reasons, Stuart Law, West Indies could series spring a surprise on England in the upcoming Test.The ...

  • If someone provokes me, I'll give it back: Rishabh Pant

    If someone provokes me to fight, I'll return: Rishabh Pants


    It's barely a week since India is an example of a completed Test series victory in Australia, and the Cricket world is MS Dhoni relevance of debate in the ...

  • Professional betting and how it works during IPL

    Paris professionals, and how it works during the initial load


    The Indian Premier League does not just mean big money for players and coaches. For professional gamblers, it is the most lucrative two months of their year.We are not ...

  • Sleeping giants stirring? USA and Nigeria hint at things to come

    Sleeping giant stirring? UNITED states and Nigeria Note on Things to come


    For those who put stock in status, the United States have long had comfortably the worst international record in the game's history. Their debut T20I series against the UAE ...

  • The Hundred: 99 battles won, 1 war lost

    The Hundreds: 99 Fights won, 1 lost the War


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  • Spending valuable time with family meant a lot to me - Warner

    Spend valuable Time with the Family meant a lot to me - Warner


    David Warner, the swashbuckling Australian batsman, has paddled through a difficult phase in recent times. The experienced opener 12 months by Cricket Australia for his role in the ball-tampering ...

  • World Cup 2019: Adil Rashid's stage to shine

    World cup 2019: Adil Rashid's Stage and shine


    Few who were at Scarborough in July 2006 for the third day of Yorkshire's Championship game against Warwickshire will forget what they saw, forget the buzz and the excitement ...

  • The Baby Whisperer and an unbreakable bond

    The Baby-Whisperers and an indissoluble Bond


    At the end of England's football World Cup journey in Russia, just before the squad dispersed after reaching the semi-finals, Gareth Southgate assembled his charges for one last ...

  • 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. ...

  • Australia's True Blue moment

    Australia'True Blue time


    For those not Australian, True Blue is a folk song that is about being Australian. The lyrics, loaded with the kind of slang undecipherable for those not living Down Under, ...

  • Bismah Maroof to lead Pakistan in T20Is, ODIs against Windies

    Bismah Maroof to lead, Pakistan, T20Is, ODIs against Windies


    Bismah Maroof of Pakistan will lead in the upcoming T20I series and the three-match series of the ICC women's ODI championship against the West Indies, the Pakistan Cricket ...

  • The original Pakistani connection to Adelaide and South Australia

    The pakistani Connection to Adelaide and South Australia


    Bejah Dervish was not an Afghan. Even if he did come to be immortalised in Douglas Stewart's poem as the "Afghan". Even if he did play a cameo as ...

  • 'People say there is no 'i' in team, which I don't agree with at all'

    'People say, it is not 'I' s team, I don't agree with all'


    Paddy Upton's book - The Barefoot Coach - was one of cricket's bestsellers in India If he wasn't such an intentional sort of a fellow, it would be tempting ...

  • Rainbow Dawn - SA Under-19's big Windies adventure

    Rainbow Dawn - ITS-Under-19's big Windies Adventure


    Herschelle Gibbs, who at 16 years old was the youngest member of the tour party, captures its spirit during a journey through Jamaica [Photo Credit: John Hogg] Quinton Still's ...

  • The Grant Elliott Seat

    Grant Elliott Headquarters


    The six, and the picture, that headlined the 2015 World Cup semifinal between New Zealand and South Africa. Grant Elliott refers to himself as being a "visual person". Whatever he ...

  • 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 ...

  • When neither disease nor war could stop cricket

    If neither the Disease nor the War to stop, cricket


    In 196 first-class matches for Hampshire, Charlie “Buck” Llewellyn [Standing Fifth from left-to-right] made 15 centuries and took 711 wickets Disease stalks the land. Many die. Yet ...

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