Home » Cricket (page 10)


BCCI secretary, CoA chairman trade punches over new player contracts

The BCCI’s freshly unveiled player contracts face the danger of being put on hold with Amitabh Choudhary, the board’s acting secretary, challenging the decision that was approved by the Supreme Court-appointed Committee of Administrators (CoA). Choudhary has accused the CoA of breaking the law and is now planning to approach the court for intervention on the matter. Choudhary has said ...

Read More »

Kent sign Kuhn on Kolpak deal

Heino Kuhn has become the latest South Africa international to take the Kolpak route into county cricket after signing a contract with Kent. Kuhn, the Titans wicketkeeper-batsman, opened for South Africa in all four Tests on their tour of England last year, although he only averaged 14.12 with a top score of 34 and has since been replaced by Aiden ...

Read More »

Ross Taylor leads New Zealand to stunning win over England

If Wellington offered hope that England can win one-day games when conditions are against them then this was a reminder that all their white-ball progress will count for nothing at the World Cup if they do not get it right on the night. This fourth one-day international was simply thrown away by England and must act as a warning to ...

Read More »

Gautam Gambhir returns to Delhi Daredevils as captain

Gautam Gambhir will return to the IPL franchise based in his home city of Delhi as their captain ahead of the 2018 season. “It is a huge honour to once again captain DD,” Gambhir said on his return to Daredevils, who had bought him for INR 2.8 crore (USD 437,500 approx.) at the auction in January. “To get this responsibility ...

Read More »

Kusal Perera powers Sri Lanka to victory over India in Colombo 

Sri Lanka opened their T20 Nidahas Trophy campaign with a win over India The hosts claimed victory thanks to Kusal Perera’s innings of 66 from 37 balls Shikhar Dhawan hit 90 off 49 balls as India posted 174 for five after batting first Sri Lanka reached the total with nine deliveries to spare in Colombo  By Press Association Reporter Published: ...

Read More »

New Zealand bowl first on well-grassed surface

New Zealand won the toss and decided bowl against England Kane Williamson again won the toss and put England into bat in the first day game of this series in Dunedin. The rain from yesterday had moved away and it was beautiful morning, although there could well be some early life for the seamers on a well-grassed surface. Eoin Morgan ...

Read More »

David Warner and Quinton de Kock involved in row during first Test

Australia vice-captain David Warner and South Africa’s Quinton de Kock are being investigated by the ICC after an amazing off-field bust-up. CCTV footage from the players’ tunnel showed Warner and De Kock involved in a fiery exchange during the tea break on the fourth day of the first Test in Durban. The video shows Warner being restrained by team-mates Usman ...

Read More »

Responsive WordPress Theme Freetheme wordpress magazine responsive freetheme wordpress news responsive freeWORDPRESS PLUGIN PREMIUM FREEDownload theme free