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A historic win on home soil for the Barramundis

A historic win on home soil for the Barramundis

12 Oct 2017

The Papua New Guinea national team, popularly known as the Barramundis, bounced back from defeat in style to win the second World Cricket League match against Scotland at Amini Park in Port Moresby last Sunday.

Memorable moments from Australia versus Bangladesh Test history

Memorable moments from Australia versus Bangladesh Test history

22 Aug 2017

Australia and Bangladesh will be facing each other in whites for the first time in more than 11 years when they begin their two-Test series in Dhaka on August 27.

Blast from the past: Married versus Single at Lord’s

Blast from the past: Married versus Single at Lord's

16 Aug 2017

The olden days of first-class cricket in England were replete with intriguing and bizarre fixtures, such as One-Legged XI versus One-Armed XI, Smokers versus Non-Smokers and Over 38s versus Under 38s, to name a few.

Recalling the best of the 2007 World Cup, ten years on

Recalling the best of the 2007 World Cup, ten years on

28 Mar 2017

It has been ten years since the ninth edition of the Cricket World Cup, which began in the Caribbean on 13th March, 2007 and featured a record 16 teams.

Down memory lane: A subcontinental classic for the ages

Down memory lane: A subcontinental classic for the ages

21 Feb 2017

With yet another edition of the Border-Gavaskar Trophy round the corner, let us look back at one of the most exhilarating Test matches played on Indian soil, between the hosts and Australia over half a century ago.

Stephanie Power: The oldest cricketer to play an ODI match

Stephanie Power: The oldest cricketer to play an ODI match

6 Feb 2017

It is common knowledge that Barbados-born Dutch opener Nolan Clarke is the oldest man to appear in an ODI match, having taken the field at the age of 47 years and 257 days against New Zealand at Vadodara in the 1996 World Cup.