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:
Cricket, Racing,

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India vs Sri Lanka – A series with little interest among fans

India vs Sri Lanka – A series with little interest among fans

10 Nov 2017

India takes on Sri Lanka for a full series starting with the Test series on the 16th of November.

Australia’s Ashes selection takes a twist

Australia's Ashes selection takes a twist

9 Nov 2017

The second round of the Sheffield Shield concluded on Monday and some new names have been thrown into Australia’s Ashes selection mix.

Who will be Australia’s Mitchell Johnson and Brad Haddin in these Ashes?

Who will be Australia's Mitchell Johnson and Brad Haddin in these Ashes?

4 Nov 2017

Over the past few days, I have been watching some highlights of the 2013-14 Ashes, and it was absolutely fabulous to watch Mitchell Johnson decimate the English batsmen.

Australia’s phenomenal cricket talent from the ’90s highlights the present dearth of talent

Australia's phenomenal cricket talent from the '90s highlights the present dearth of talent

4 Nov 2017

In the early 1990s, the World Series was an integral part of summer and Australia played two teams – often the national team and an A side facing each other in the finals.

Good series win but India’s issues still persist

Good series win but India's issues still persist

1 Nov 2017

India wrapped up yet another bilateral ODI series win earlier this week, their seventh on the trot.

India finally select some new faces – but persist with plenty of the old guard

India finally select some new faces – but persist with plenty of the old guard

25 Oct 2017

It was heartening to see some new faces in India’s T20 squad for the three games against New Zealand.