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    2016, October

    0 Fastet Bowler Competition Back in 1979

    The greatest fast bowlers the world has ever seen gathered in Australia in 1979 to compete in speeds and accuracy competition. Hosted by Richie Beanud.

    0 Chris Gayles the fourth batsmen in Tests to score two triple-centuries
    Sri Lanka v West Indies, 1st Test, Galle, 2nd day - November 16, 2010
    Sri Lanka 54 for 1 trail West Indies 580 for 9 dec (Gayle 333, Nash 64, Darren Bravo 58, Barath 50, Mendis 6-169) by 526 runs

    A mesmerising late spell from Ajantha Mendis was not enough to overshadow a Chris Gayle triple-century on the second day of the first Test in Galle, as the West Indies opener's 333 took the visitors to a daunting first innings total of 580 for 9 declared. Gayle etched his name in history when he bec...
    4 China bidding for 2012 Asia Cup in Guangzhou

    China is making a bid to host its first major international cricket event by showing interest in staging the 2012 Asia Cup in Guangzhou, the venue that hosted the first-ever Asian Games cricket tournament in November.

    The Asian Cricket Council (ACC) chief executive, Syed Ashraful Huq, told ESPNcricinfo that one of the upshots of the Asian Games was that the Chinese Cricket Association had "expressed its interest" in hosting the 2012 Asia Cup. "If our ACC board agrees, China will have its first...

    4 Tribute to Richard Hadlee

    Sir Richard Hadlee from New Zealand one of the best fast bowler of all times. A tribute to Richard Hadlee from ESPN legends of Cricket.

    4 World Cup 2011 Nearing Climax
    With world cup 2011 nearing its final games, we wish all the teams participating the best of luck. India and Pakistan Semi final promises to be a cracker. It will be great to watch both teams play after a long time.

    South Africa and New Zealand game is turning out to be a thriller, looks like will go the wire. The next quarter final game between Srilanka and England will be evenly matched contest and will be fun to watch.

    Cricket Equipment USA has also announced the creation of  first cr...
    4 India Vs Pakistan - Semi Final World Cup 2011

    Shahid Afridi - MS Dhoni

    Does home teams have advantage over visitors ?
    Are home teams in more pressure when performing in front of their home crowd ?

    Shahid Afridi

    It is complete rubbish that home teams are in bigger pressure to perform when playing on their familiar grounds and in front of supportive crowds. It is a psychological tactic used by visitors to pressurize the home team. Just look at the statistics on the home teams a large percentage of wins are at home as opposed to losses which are in foreign soil. One m...

    0 Congratulations to India for making the finals
    Congratulations to India for making the finals, well played both teams.
    India 260 for 9 (Tendulkar 85, Riaz 5-46) beat Pakistan 231 (Misbah 56) by 29 runs

    Play of the Day: Hats off to Ashish Nehra for not claiming the bumped catch of Shaid Afridi, a great show of sportsmenship in the semi final of the world cup 2011.




    4 India World Cup Champions 2011
    Congratulations to India on winning the 2011 World Cup. Well played and a very well deserved victory. Our very warm well wishes to Indian fans on winning the prestigious trophy. Well played Sri Lanka and great run to the final of world cup 2011.


    4 Radiant Lion heart Razzaq dropped from the Pakistan team based on performance ?
    This is one of the most astonishing and mind boggling news coming out of Pakistan cricket camp. Abdul Razzaq has not been used by Pakistan in recent years to his fill potential. In world cup he batted at number 8 spot not sure why ? He is more of a balanced batsman and a very useful bowler (all rounder) and have won games for Pakistan from hopeless situations.

     He is one of those players who can turn the match upside down single handedly. Thumbs down to people making that decision, players li...
    4 New Aussie Captain Michael Clarke smashes ton

    Australia 270 for 7 (Clarke 101, Shuvo 3-44) beat Bangladesh 210 for 5 (Tamim 62, Shakib 51) by 60 runs

    Michael Clarke
    passed his first test as Australia's full-time captain, leading from the front with a century before his bowlers backed up the effort to complete a 60-run win over Bangladesh. Australia have a 1-0 lead in the three-match series and while the results might seem inconsequential after the World Cup, the subplot of Clarke taking over the leadership from Ricky Ponting has created ...