Giri Subramanian Roar Guru

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
Favourite Sports:
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As the Shield season begins, the race for Ashes spots hots up

As the Shield season begins, the race for Ashes spots hots up

3 days ago

The major Ashes talking point over the last couple of months for Australia has been the No.6 position and the wicketleeper’s spot.

Jason Behrendorff needs to be part of Australia’s Ashes plan

Jason Behrendorff needs to be part of Australia’s Ashes plan

17 Oct 2017

The Australian team has returned from their subcontinental tours and the area where their Ashes campaign seems to be on track is the bowling attack.

KL Rahul’s axing is poor planning by India’s selectors

KL Rahul’s axing is poor planning by India's selectors

17 Oct 2017

The Indian team for the ODI series against New Zealand has been announced, with the biggest snub the exclusion of KL Rahul.

Why the Indian ODI team needs to experiment

Why the Indian ODI team needs to experiment

14 Oct 2017

The Indian team have had a fabulous year in ODIs since the beginning of the year. Virat Kohli’s team has won 17 out of their last 23 ODI games and have the second-best win-loss ratio for the year, behind only England.

Australia favourites for 2017 Ashes thanks to strength of home batting

Australia favourites for 2017 Ashes thanks to strength of home batting

7 Oct 2017

The Ashes begins at the Gabba on November 23 and the Aussies will be happy to be playing at home, taking on an English side in something of a pickle with an unwanted controversy.

Hardik Pandya isn’t the solution to India’s problems at No.4

27 Sep 2017

Ever since the great Kapil Dev retired from international cricket, India have been on the lookout for a pace bowling all-rounder to replace him.