Giri Subramanian Roar Pro

Giri Subramanian

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About

My first memories of watching cricket goes back 20 years when I watched a 18 year old Sachin Tendulkar tonk Mushtaq Ahmed for two consecutive sixes in one over in Sharjah. I have been hooked on to cricket since then. Even though my career has taken me to a monotonous Software Profession, my passion still remains with cricket. In 2005 I decided to write about the sport and have never looked back since. As an avid cricket fan and a passionate Indian team supporter I have been able to keep in touch with the sport through my writing.

Member Since:
 
May 2017
Based In:
 
Adelaide
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India start as favourites in upcoming series against Sri Lanka

India start as favourites in upcoming series against Sri Lanka

21 Jul 2017

As Indian coach selection drama still continues, the focus now shifts back to cricket. India will play thre Tests, five ODIs and one T20 during their tour of Sri Lanka, starting with the first Test on July 26.

Ravi Shastri’s appointment as the head coach is the right decision

Ravi Shastri’s appointment as the head coach is the right decision

13 Jul 2017

The Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) finally broke their silence and announced Ravi Shastri as the Indian team head coach.

Series won but an opportunity missed for India

Series won but an opportunity missed for India

8 Jul 2017

India have just completed an expected series win against a ninth-ranked West Indies away from home.

Tough decision looms on Yuvraj Singh’s future

Tough decision looms on Yuvraj Singh's future

29 Jun 2017

Yuvraj Singh is an Indian legend in the shorter format of the game.

Anil Kumble’s resignation asks questions of BCCI’s management

Anil Kumble’s resignation asks questions of BCCI’s management

26 Jun 2017

In a sudden turn of events, Anil Kumble last week announced his resignation as Indian head coach.

Will Afghanistan and Ireland get enough competitive games?

Will Afghanistan and Ireland get enough competitive games?

23 Jun 2017

The ICC has announced that Afghanistan and Ireland are now full member nations, which means that they now get Test status.