Posts Tagged "International Cricket"
Can Shikhar Dhawan put a foot wrong? He is the shining star of the current ICC Champions Trophy. Whatever he touches turns to gold, and more importantly, runs.
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Channel Ten are bidding aggressively for all the international cricket TV rights from Channel Nine after missing out on the AFL, NRL, horse racing, A-League and V8 Supercars TV rights.
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It is no secret that one-day international cricket is facing a massive fight for survival.
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Players realise there is huge amount of money to be earned in cricket and with the booming success of the IPL, the opportunities to play on make the decision to give the game away a lot harder than in recent years.
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One of the briefs of the International Cricket Council, the sports’ governing body, is to “position itself and be empowered to promote, develop, and act in the best interests of the international game as a whole”.
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The Indian Premier League faces a test of its popularity as the fifth edition of the money-spinning Twenty20 event gets under way this week amid concern about cricket fatigue among viewers.
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Eoin Morgan’s dropping from the English Test side today is probably deserved, but what does it mean for Test aspirant Ireland?
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In the aftermath of Sachin Tendulkar’s eventual achievement of 100 test/one-day centuries some discussion has turned to the great Sir Donald Bradman and Tendulkar’s fellow countryman Sunil Gavaskar.
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Sachin Tendulkar finally dispensed with one of the sports media’s most annoying obsessions last night, as he ended a year-long wait for his 100th international century.
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“The strength of the group is the strength of the leaders.” The powerful dominance of Australia in cricket for two decades can mainly be attributed to their captains. Various players, situations, combinations, and conflicts, but the result always pointed towards victory.
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The one-day international summer continues to deliver excitement. The question is, has this been the best World Series ever?
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Another thriller in Brisbane on Sunday as Australia defeated the spirited Sri Lankans by 15 runs in the final over. They now lead 1-0 in the three match series.
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The West Indies Cricket Board has yet again snubbed superstar batsman Chris Gayle, but international cricket is the biggest loser.
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The 2011 Argus Review into Australian cricket was an attempt tohelp Cricket Australia deliver the best team it could.
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Adopted Queenslander Peter Forrest is expected to make way for returning Allan Border medallist and Australian captain Michael Clarke.
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Stuart Law (VC): Vice-captaining the side is former Queensland captain, banana bender Stuart Law. Law is famously recognised for leading his Queensland side to their first Sheffield Shield title in 1994/1995 (after a 68 year wait).
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When you think nostalgia, names like Lillee, Marsh, Border, Ponting, McGrath and Warne get tossed around. But what If I was to say Cox, Siddons or Di Venuto? Why these players you ask?
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The only problem with having a Midas touch is that you eventually lose it. And ironically it usually happens after one has tasted lofty and unimaginable heights.
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It would be greatly appreciated if cricket commentators, supporters and players could stop blabbering on about the spirit of cricket. If it ever existed, it died a long, long time ago.
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As Michael Clarke goes out to toss with New Zealand skipper Ross Taylor today in the Hobart Test, half his mind will be on Indian’s dynamic opener and six-smasher, Virender Sehwag.
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