England batsman Moeen Ali is warned by the match referee not to wear pro-Gaza wristbands again in the third Test against India.
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Moeen Ali has appeared in the third Test against India wearing wristbands that say ‘Save Gaza’ and ‘Free Palestine’
Moeen's extra clothing featured the slogans 'Save Gaza' and 'Free Palestine' when he came out to bat on Day 2 of the ongoing Test match against India at Southampton.
In this edition of Club Life we investigate how the school you go to might affect your chances of being a professional cricketer.
In recent years there has been an effort in the media and cricketing establishments to promote women’s cricket, giving the impression that women playing cricket is quite new. But the women’s role in the game has actually been a significant one from it’s origins.
JACQUES KALLIS claims he realised on Sri Lanka tour that it was time for him to hand over to younger generation
Jacques Kallis today announced his retirement from all formats of international cricket. “I realized in Sri Lanka that my dream of playi.