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  • Playing with Grace

    Play with the Grace of


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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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  • 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 ...

  • 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 ...

  • 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 ...

  • 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? ...

  • Philander ready to help rebuild cricket


    Philander, who retired from the international game in January, has put himself back into national service by becoming a mentor with the National Student Financial Aid Scheme, which supplies bursaries ...

  • The demise of the cricket cathedral


    Newlands hosted matches on only 48 days in 2019 "It's going to be over there," a friend said with a downward sweep of his arm as we stood on ...

  • How will this IPL shape cricket's future?


    As many as 462 million Indians tuned into the 2019 IPL on television A year ago, the ICC released figures for what it boastfully termed "one of the world's ...

  • 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 ...

  • 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 ...

  • Sean Jarvis hopes to create new chapter in challenging times

    Sean Jarvis hopes to create a new Chapter in the difficult Moments


    Jarvis, who has been on the Leicestershire board for a year, officially takes over the chief executive role from Karen Rothery on June 24 If Sean Jarvis had to pick ...

  • Wickets tally satisfy Chris Woakes over column inches


    Woakes, despite his record in England and his strong showing against West Indies, knows he could be left on the outer. A piece in The Financial Times over the weekend ...

  • How CA's broadcast rights issues are only getting deeper


    If Seven were to indeed pull the plug, nearly 70 per cent of Australians will have no access to either international or domestic cricket this summer. Cricket Australia and cricket ...

  • CSA forced to apologise after disparaging Tweet against Momentum by board member


    Representational Image: Momentum pulled out as sponsor of the Proteas men's side citing administration issues with CSA. CSA stretched the boundaries of how bad things could get for the ...

  • We want to play a part in exciting time for English cricket - Buttler

    We would like to participate in an exciting time for the English Cricket Buttler


    Jos Buttler was England's best player in all formats in the past year, with the successful retrieval of the Test team, using his position as England's most destructive-...

  • Should've handled Tamim-Smith captaincy episode better: Mohammad Salahuddin

    Should've treated Tamim-Smith captain's Armband in the episode better: Mohammad Salahuddin


    Comilla Victorians lifted the silverware in the recently-concluded Bangladesh Premier League by defeating Dhaka Dynamites in the final by 17 runs. Mohammad Salahuddin, the head coach of Comilla Victorians ...

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