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  • No light at the end of the tunnel for Sri Lankan cricket - Atapattu

    No Light at the End of the Tunnel for the Sri Lanka cricket Atapattu


    To mention that Sri Lankan cricket is currently in disarray may not be too far from an understatement. Following Sri Lanka's Test series loss to Australia - their third successive ...

  • Tinkering little things to be as well-prepared as I can be for Ashes: Tim Paine

    Tinkering with small Things in order to be well prepared to what point I can be out of the Ashes: Tim Paine


    The last 12 months have been like a roller-coaster ride for Tim Paine. After the ball-tampering saga in Cape Town, he was the chosen one to lead Australia'...

  • 'I started going insane' - Afridi admits being aware of spot-fixing saga beforehand

    'I started, crazy,' - Afridi-known aware of this spot-Fixing saga in Advance


    Former Pakistan captain Shahid Afridi, in his recently released autobiography 'Game Changer', reveals he knew about the 2010 spot-fixing saga even before the sting operation took place. The all-...

  • Relationship with Ravi Shastri on auto-mode now because of the work put in - Kohli

    Relationship with Ravi Shastri on auto Mode, now, because the Work Kohli


    2018-19 has been a demanding season. It culminates now with the biggest trophy that's at stake. What's going on in your mind?Virat Kohli: It's been ...

  • Antigua Diaries: Drivin' around with a Gavaskar fan

    Antigua Newspapers: Drivin' a Gavaskar fan


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  • 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 ...

  • 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 ...

  • The rocks in perpetual motion

    The Rocks, in the Eternal Movement


    The leadership triumvirate - Mignon du Preez (former captain, SACA), Marizanne Kapp and Dane van Niekerk If the suits at Cricket South Africa (CSA) had expected Marizanne Kapp to turn up ...

  • Elgar's false stroke shouldn't demand his dismissal

    Elgar'is false Stroke shouldn't ask for his Resignation


    Elgar is feisty, loyal, tough, skilled, talented, gloriously grumpy, furiously funny, happily human. For a while there, Dean Elgar was doing well. He offered a typically and refreshingly unvarnished view ...

  • 'There was relief that I wouldn't let people down again'

    'It was a Relief that I't let People down'


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  • Simmons happy with CWI's apology, settlement over sacking

    Simmons happy with CWI'Excuse, Count Demise


    Phil Simmons, the former West Indies opener, accepted Cricket West Indies' apology along with a financial settlement over his unceremonious dismissal as coach in 2016. Simmons was first appointed coach ...

  • Received no monetary benefit from MI: Tendulkar to Ombudsman

    Have not received financial Compensation from MI: Tendulkar to the Ombudsman


    Sachin Tendulkar has rebutted the 'Conflict of Interest' charges that were levelled against him, pointing out that he hasn't "received any compensation" and doesn't have a decision-making ...

  • For World Cup, Langer subscribes to the great 'Australian way'

    For the world cup, a Long time subscriber, great 'the Australian way'


    With the World Cup fast approaching, the preparations are in full flow in the Australian camp as they aim to clinch the title for the fifth time in six editions. ...

  • Bouncer the buzzword as Australia, West Indies look to keep winning momentum

    Bouncer, the word-order of Australia, the west Indies look to gain Momentum


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  • Hazratullah Zazai - The six-obsessed opener out to change Afghanistan spinners' hegemony

    Hazratullah Zazai, The six obsessed opener outside of Afghanistan to change Spinner' Hegemony


    Hazratullah Zazai doesn't like being contained, during a match, at practice or otherwise. He is exasperated at having to train indoors during this period of incessant rainfall in the ...

  • Steve Smith, the Jimi Hendrix of batting?

    Steve Smith, the Jimi Hendrix of the tablecloth?


    Is Steve Smith a genius or is he just purely ingenious? Does his batting intrigue you or does it beguile you? Is he the best batsman of his generation or ...

  • The tall orders facing Kagiso Rabada

    The senior of the Work, the Coating Kagiso Rabada


    Rabada made his international debut at 19 and has, at 24, already played 141 games for South Africa across the formats Kagiso Rabada stands 1.91 metres tall. But he ...

  • BCCI cites "password glitch" after Pujara, Mandhana receive NADA notices

    AIB cites "Password Failure" after Pujara, Mandhana get NADA missed


    Five of BCCI's centrally contracted players have been issued notices after the board failed to upload their whereabouts on the NADA site. Five of BCCI's centrally contracted cricketers, ...

  • Langer confirms batting coach Graeme Hick's departure

    Long confirms batting coach Graeme Hick's Departure


    Graeme Hick's absence will be felt by those he leaves behind in the coaching group, including Langer and assistant coach Andrew McDonald "Like facing Curtly Ambrose and Courtney Walsh ...

  • 'Don't have to tinker with the fabric of the game to attract an audience'

    'Don't tinker with the Fabric of the Game to win a Public'


    Pandey made her point in a series of tweets. Shikha Pandey, India's pace-bowling all-rounder, has termed the innovative suggestions mooted for promoting the women's game in ...

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