A cricketer dies after being struck on the chest by a ball while batting during a local league match in Surrey.
After the devastating earthquake that struck Kathmandu in April, Gyanendra Malla is hoping that securing a World T20 berth could lift the spirits of the Nepali citizens
Indian ODI captain Mahendra Singh Dhoni celebrates his 34th birthday on Tuesday which is his first after becoming a father. Born on July 7, 1981 in Ranchi, Dhoni used to be a goalkeeper in his school days before taking to wicket-keeping.
Twenty-four-year-old club cricketer Bavalan Pathmanathan was appearing for Manipay Parish Sports Club (UK) in division three of the British Tamil League on Sunday at Long Ditton in Surrey, south-west of London, when he received the fatal blow.. latest Cricket news- Bavalan Pathmanathan, English Club...
On his birthday, let's take a look at some of the best quotes on arguably India's most successful captain.
Mahendra Singh Dhoni operates differently from the other conventional cricketers and on his 34th birthday, let's dive into history and look at a selection of unconventional quotes of Captain Cool.. latest Cricket news- For Mahendra Singh Dhoni, Country and Parents Come Before Wife: Top Quotes
Pakistan complete their highest ever run chase in Test cricket to secure a 2-1 series win over Sri Lanka.
Bangladesh bundled out in second Twenty20 to lose series 2-0 at home.
The years of having his face painted by a birthday cake and opening champagne bottles may well be over. MS Dhoni though can hardly complain as he will get to celebrate his first birthday as a father with his bundle of joy Ziva.. latest Cricket news- Happy Birthday MSD: The 34th Year That Gave MS Dho...
Michael Clarke underlined his side must stick to the methods that have reaped benefits in the past, which includes an aggressive, occasionally unsociable manner on the field
Far from a show of strength, abuse on the field is preposterous and pathetic
The years of having his face painted by a birthday cake and opening champagne bottles may well be over. MS Dhoni though can hardly complain as he will get to celebrate his first birthday as a father with his bundle of joy Ziva.. latest Cricket news- Happy Birthday: The 34th Year That Gave MS Dhoni t...
Eddie Leie's international debut was better than any of his countrymen's - his figures of 3 for 16 are the best by a South African on debut - but it was not good enough for promotion to the one-day squad. Not officially, anyway
With viewing figures and participation numbers falling, can England's cricketers engage the nation again, asks Tom Fordyce.
As we approach this year's clash between England and Australia, we select the greatest put-downs in Ashes history
Tamim Iqbal, Shakib Al Hasan and Musfiqur Rahim fell at crucial times during a chase of 170, and the Bangladesh lower-middle order could never recover from that
Australia captain Michael Clarke says pace bowler Mitchell Johnson is ready to have a "huge impact" on the Ashes.
Cricket analyst Simon Hughes examines why England's Alastair Cook and Australia's Steve Smith will be the key batsmen in the Ashes.
Alastair Cook's side have cast off the shackles of science for now - but the intensity of an Ashes series will put their philosophy to the test
Bavalan Pathmanathan, 24, died after being hit in the chest while batting in division three of the British Tamil League at Long Ditton recreation grounds in Surrey
From Yahoo News: DHAKA, Bangladesh (AP) — South Africa captain Faf Du Plessis won the toss and elected to bat first in the second Twenty20 International against Bangladesh on Tuesday.
AB de Villiers will not play the forthcoming ODI series against Bangladesh after South Africa released the batsman from the squad for the last two ODIs
Pakistan captain Misbah-ul-Haq said the 2-1 series win against Sri Lanka, which ended a nine-year drought for the team in the country, was a "dream come true"
Robin Uthappa seems to have his nose ahead in the race to be India's next wicketkeeper but the upcoming tour to Zimbabwe will be a decider of sorts to see if he can really fill in Dhoni's gloves
England and Australia captains Alastair Cook and Michael Clarke look forward to the first Ashes Test in Cardiff.
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