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  • An Aussie-Rules-reject-turned-cricketer, an AFL star, and a tale of camaraderie

    A Aussie Rules-refuse-to-Cricket player, an AFL star, and a Story of Camaraderie


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  • Playing with Grace

    Play with the Grace of


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  • The three stages of Liam Plunkett

    The three Phases of Liam Plunkett


    At the end of the 2012 summer, Jack Brooks signed for Yorkshire from Northamptonshire. Being something of an eager beaver, he had sorted out a flat which had a spare ...

  • Champions Leagues - contrasting visions for European cricket's future

    The Champions League is contrasting Visions of the European cricket'Future


    As Europe's remarkably venerable club competitions heat up in a sweltering continental end-season, the traditional flow of the European cricketing summer will be disturbed this year by the ...

  • What makes a successful County academy?

    This makes the success of County academy?


    The county academies are responsible for developing teenagers into hardnosed, bona fide professional cricketers. The day after Pat Brown received his call-up for England's T20I series in New ...

  • 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 ...

  • A decade that transformed women's cricket for good

    A Decade, transforms, and Women's cricket good


    A sold-out crowd at Lord's saw England win the World Cup in 2017 "On TV," was Cathryn Fitzpatrick's witty reply when asked where she saw women's ...

  • The age of India, the decade of Srini

    Years, India, the Decade of Srini


    The BCCI crown has tightly embraced N. Srinivasan in a decade India could've destroyed everyone in the room. Happily, it didn't. The great and the good, and a ...

  • Challenging prejudice, breaking stigma and playing cricket

    Demanding, of Prejudice, of breaking down the Stigma and Cricket to play


    Women's cricket continues to have a growing influence on future generations in the subcontinent By 2011, word had spread around Quetta that a girl by the name of Nahida ...

  • Corona, cricket and ground realities - Part II

    Corona, the cricket and the Ground Realities - Part II


    The 2020 season of the Aussie Rules Football kicked-off - eerily - in empty stadiums, thanks to COVID-19 Australia by Bharat Sundaresan in AdelaideThe 2020 AFL season kicked off in ...

  • Langer looks at 'silver lining' in having time off from cricket

    Long anticipated 'good' take the Time Away from cricket


    In these trying times, Langer is finding solace in "the fact we're home with our families, we sleep in our own bed, we eat home cooked dinners" Justin Langer ...

  • 'Let's get the World Cup, everything else can wait'

    'Time'Get the world cup, everything else can wait'


    2011 was Yuvraj Singh's most painful and yet pleasurable chapter of his cricketing life Country, team, self. Country, team, self. Country. Team. Self. Repeat.This was the mantra Yuvraj ...

  • Why are ODIs Bangladesh's strongest suit?

    Why ODIs Bangladesh'is more strong Suit?


    Bangladesh have turned into a competitive ODI outfit over the years. ODIs are Bangladesh's signature brand of cricket. From the public to the cricketers, the demand for ODIs is ...

  • A victim of their times, one way or another

    Victims of Their Time, one Way or another


    Rabada's journey has been different from Krom Hendricks, who was once overlooked in South Africa because he wasn't white enough. But does that mean the times have changed? ...

  • Revitalised Taunton burning bright

    Revitalizes Taunton burns bright


    Saturday's encounter between New Zealand and Afghanistan may have meant more to the venue than both sides.Of course, World Cup points were up for grabs - New Zealand eventually ...

  • South Africa no longer hold a strong hand of cards

    South Africa, not more, a strong hand of Cards


    Better than any other nation, South Africa know the power of the cricket photograph. The collage of their World Cup exits has become iconic, each image telling its own different ...

  • Bowling fitness high on Domingo's agenda as Bangladesh adopt new approach

    Bowling, fitness high on Domingo's agenda, such as Bangladesh, the Adoption of a new Approach


    Bangladesh team is undergoing a cultural change training-wise as they aim to move away from short intense net sessions to more a more traditional long-form version. Russel Domingo'...

  • Counties come to standstill as Coronavirus fear unsettles established order

    Departments come to a stop, as the Coronavirus Fear of insecurity of the established Order


    England's tour of Sri Lanka was postponed amidst Covid-19 fears. As with so much in the world right now, uncertainty is the prevailing mood in English cricketing circles. ...

  • Morgan open to taking pay cut to ease ECB's financial pressure

    Morgan opened for the acquisition decrease in salary, to facilitate the ECB'is the financial Pressure


    Morgan's mind has been taken off the current crisis somewhat by the birth of his first child, Leo, three weeks ago. England limited overs captain Eoin Morgan has said ...

  • No cricket in India in the near future - Ganguly

    Not of cricket in India, in Near Future, Ganguly


    Ganguly feels that sport should take a backseat when there is a risk to human life With the COVID-19 pandemic bringing the sporting activities around the world to a ...

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