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  • Chris Rushworth - Durham's true-blue cricketer

    Chris Rushworth Durham'true blue Cricket player


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  • Making American Cricket great again

    American Cricket great


    This week in Namibia, the USA men's national side will compete in the ICC's final ever World Cricket League. They feature in the six-team Division 2 tournament ...

  • Ross Taylor and the Slog Sweep: How it all began

    Ross Taylor and the Slog of Scanning: How it all began


    Slog sweep is a standout skill in Taylor's repertoire, one that's helped him dominate many attacks on many occasions Dermot Payton is as old-school as it comes. ...

  • From Sandpaper shame to superhero: the man who helped Steve Smith fix himself

    From paper to glass, a Shame for the super-Hero: the Man who helped Steve Smith fix-even


    In a wide-ranging interview with Cricbuzz, Dr Duffy describes the backdrop to the 'Sandpapergate' events Could Steve Smith one day return to the Australian Test captaincy and so complete ...

  • Potential pay-cuts a 'small thing' in the bigger picture - Paine

    Potential pay Cuts has 'Things' to the larger Image - Paine


    Tim Paine is not looking beyond the World Test Championship final at the moment While the Covid-19 pandemic has brought cricket around the world to a standstill, things are ...

  • The double-edged sword of Gayle's six-hitting mantra

    The double-edged sword of Gayle's six-beat mantra


    Cricket scorecards have enough information on them already, but it was during Chris Gayle's 23rd ODI hundred that a new column was floated: "Balls Lost".At last count, nine ...

  • Dhawan 97* helps Delhi do the double over KKR

    Dhawan 97* assistance in Delhi to do the double of KKR


    Shikhar Dhawan brought all his experience into play as Delhi Capitals joined three other teams, including the team they beat - KKR - on eight points with an all-round seven wicket ...

  • The fear factor of Andre Russell

    The Fear Factor of the other Russell


    The plan was straightforward. With Andre Russell just settling in, Hardik Pandya was to bowl outside of off stump. The length didn't matter. The field was set specifically for ...

  • Whatever happens, you need Mahi bhai: Chahal

    Whatever happens, You need to Mahi bhai: Chahal


    The upcoming ICC World Cup may be his first major global tournament in cricket but Yuzvendra Chahal has already experienced a World Cup in chess - he represented India at the ...

  • Origins of the World Cup: How it all began

    The Origins of the world Cup: How it all began


    Be it big businesses or major breakthroughs in science and technology, they have all started with a vague idea or in the backdrop of humble beginnings. Dreaming big is the ...

  • Without good team environment, we wouldn't be doing well in world cricket: Kohli

    Without a good team Environment, we n't do good in the World of cricket: Kohli


    India captain Virat Kohli came down heavily on the speculations of a rift between him and Rohit Sharma, striking down several media reports that have been doing the rounds as '...

  • Bumrah blast caps off a near-perfect day for India

    Bumrah Explosion caps off an almost perfect Day in India


    India made an emphatic start to their ICC World Test Championship campaign in Antigua, demolishing West Indies by 318 runs. But even they, mindful of their standing on the Test ...

  • Delport, Harmer power Essex to maiden T20 Blast final

    Delport, Harmer is Essex after maiden-T20 Blast-Finals


    Cameron Delport's half-century was followed by a spin riot as Simon Harmer, Aron Nijjar and Daniel Lawrence picked up eight wickets between them to power Essex to their ...

  • Bavuma lauds Maharaj-Philander's 'spectacular' rearguard act

    Bavuma Lauds Maharaj-galante way d' 'environment' s rear-guard action


    India seemed all set to wrap up South Africa's feeble riposte to their gargantuan 601 midway through the second session, when Faf du Plessis's fight came to an ...

  • Boucher, Kallis the adults in South Africa's dressing room

    Boucher, Kallis, Adults in South Africa's free toiletries


    South Africa's new regime will hit the ground running In the Centurion Test against England. Mark Boucher and Jacques Kallis. For all but 19 of the 156 men's ...

  • A farmers' SCG tradition, now challenged by nature's insurgence

    A Farmer' SCG tradition now, the Challenge is by the Nature of the's Revolt


    The MA Noble Stand - New home to an old tradition among the country folk. "For us, the SCG is more iconic than the Harbour Bridge, even the Opera House mate. ...

  • Captain Root's intent reflects in England's dominance

    The master Root'S Intention reflected in the England's Dominance


    Root has impressed tactically and strategically as captain in England's back to back Test wins in South Africa. It wasn't so long ago that Joe Root's position ...

  • Determined Wood leaves his mark

    Determines the Wood leaves its Traces


    Mark Wood scored a quickfire 35 not out in a tenth wicket partnership with Stuart Broad worth 82 runs before bagging three wickets There are few people who would begrudge ...

  • South Africa, Australia, and a 'peri-peri' contest like no other

    South africa, Australia, and a 'peri-peri' s no Contest as the other


    Smith, Warner, and the South African crowd - what could go wrong? "It's just words". Really? Sportsmen and psychopaths are alike, in that they have borderline delusional levels of self-...

  • Matter of time before Tamim returns to form - Neil McKenzie

    Matter of Time until Tamim's return to form, Neil McKenzie


    Neil McKenzie said he wasn't too concerned about Tamim Iqbal's poor run of form Neil McKenzie, Bangladesh's batting consultant, said he wasn't too concerned about Tamim ...

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