India kicks off the U-19 WCC in style, Shaw and Manjot steal the show

India got a solid start to ICC Under-19 World Cup as they smashed Australia by 100 runs in their opening match. After winning the toss, Prithvi Shaw and Manjot Kalra frustrated Australian bowlers, posting a 180-run partnership for the opening wicket. Along the way, they broke India's previous best opening stand of 179 held by... Continue Reading →

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Watch: Maxwell plays a new ‘awe-striking’ shot

Glenn Maxwell burst onto the scene as an attacking, six-hitting batsman who could score boundaries at will and play cameos to boost the scoring rate down the order. Not only that, he even has the ability to show the dead bat when required. In a Big Bash League match, on Tuesday night, Maxwell decided to... Continue Reading →

Ashes: Play Abandoned on Day 4 due to Rain

After a solid marathon knock from Cook, Kangaroos performed well to reduce the English lead. David Warner(40) and captain Steven Smith(25) were on the crease after the umpires abandoned the play for the day due to rain. Australia have ended day 4 on 103/2 but still trail by 61. Alastair Cook’s 244 not out, helped... Continue Reading →

Alaistar Cook stole it from Kangaroos

Alastair Nathan Cook, the former English skipper, one of the best ever English batsman and a modern great yet again gave his side a chance to regain their respect, if not the Ashes, that they lost in the ongoing series. Cook started his innings from where he left yesterday and after breaking a streak of... Continue Reading →

Warner’s ton and Smith put Australia in a comfortable Position

After earning the urn back, yet again the things are looking good for the Kangaroos. At the end of the very first day of the fourth test, they are looking comfortable with 244 runs on the board with the loss of three wickets. It all started well for them as Smith won the toss and... Continue Reading →

BBL: English Super-Star to Play for Sydney Thunders

Sydney Thunders have confirmed that they have been successful in signing the English dynamic hard-hitting wicket-keeper Jos Buttler for this summer. The Englishman would be available for 6 matches before joining the English squad in the ODI series against the Aussies. Buttler would be the third English player after countrymen Eoin Morgan and James Vince to play... Continue Reading →

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