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  • Footballer, cricketer, umpire - Mary Waldron's inspiring sporting journey

    The players of football, Cricket, Players, Referees Mary Waldron'sports inspiration Trip


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  • Turn up the sound of praise for Turner

    Turn the sound, the Praise for the gymnasts


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  • Chatter: Why is IPL 2019 different?

    Chatter: Why is IPL-2019 different?


    Breathe. For you are at the start point of sixty matches and a thrillingly assorted bag of cricketing drama packed into a little over 50 days. The IPL has rolled ...

  • 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 T20 Revolution - The Rauf Route

    The T20 Revolution, The Route To The Top


    During the IPL's 12th edition, Cricbuzz is publishing a five-part series looking at the broader picture of how Twenty20 is shaping cricket's future. The first three parts ...

  • The meaning of the World Cup

    The Importance of the world cup


    Virat Kohli crossed a Rubicon in March when he led his Indian team out in an ODI against Australia wearing camouflage-style caps. Sanctioned by the ICC, fully endorsed by ...

  • 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 ...

  • Jasprit Bumrah - India's golden goose

    Jasprit Bumrah - India's golden goose


    It was a scorcher of a morning at Sabina Park in Kingston, Jamaica, and the hosts were mortally wounded by a devastating spell of high-paced swing bowling the previous ...

  • The Kerr of Tawa

    Kerr of Tawa


    Tawa is the northernmost suburb of Wellington, derives its name from a tree, which was found abundantly in the region. It is a city that lasted more than a century ...

  • The other side of silence

    On the other Side of Silence


    If we've learnt anything about mental illness over the last two weeks, it's that it can affect anyone, and at any time. After all, the four brave cricketers ...

  • 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 ...

  • Rechristened Delhi Capitals' time to turn a corner

    Called Delhi Capitals' s first Corner of a turn


    There's an imaginary ticker clicking away as Delhi Capitals look over their shoulders. Rechristened only recently as part of a partial change in ownership, the Delhi franchise has existed ...

  • Been back-and-forth with selectors and coaches, hungry to represent West Indies now: Andre Russell

    Back-and-forth with the Selectors and Trainers hungry to represent the west Indies today: Andre Russell


    Andre Russell has been alone in his room for the last few days. That is a sign that things aren't going too well. That situation isn't as much ...

  • The World Cup bridge for a divided United Kingdom

    World cup Bridges a split in the United Kingdom


    A three-member street play group, clad in all black, put on an impromptu skit near one of the entrances to the Baker Street station on the London Underground on ...

  • Memories of Christchurch attack rife; how could they not be?

    Memories of Christchurch Attack rife; how could She not?


    As important as this World Cup is to the players and coaching staffs and to the supporters of the ten countries involved, it is only sport. Sometimes, there's the ...

  • World Cup hero Jason Roy finds place in Test squad

    World cup hero Jason Roy, finds his Place in the Test Framework


    Jason Roy has been called up to England's squad as part of a 13-man squad for the one-off Test against Ireland next week at Lord's.The ...

  • CSA part ways with Ottis Gibson, announce revamped management structure

    CSA, in Part, with Ottis Gibson, announce revised the management Structure


    Ottis Gibson will not serve as the head coach of South Africa for their forthcoming tour of India after Cricket South Africa revealed a revamped management structure for the team ...

  • Under Langer's gaze

    Under Langer's View


    Justin Langer was the most intense cricketer of his generation. He still remains a very intense man. With some cricketers, intensity is a by-product of what is loosely termed ...

  • 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'...

  • Dion Myers to lead Zimbabwe at the Under-19 World Cup

    Dion Myers to lead Zimbabwe at the under 19 World Cup


    Former captain Prosper Utseya will be coaching the Under 19 side in the World Cup. Zimbabwe have named Dion Myers as captain of a squad with a few experienced players ...

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