Month: July 2019

Thank You Kule – Unsung hero

31st July 2019

Nuwan Kulasekara – Unsung hero No copyright infringement intended. Videos & music belong to it’s rightful owner. This video is for entertainment purposes only.. More

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Lord’s set to host World Test Championship final, may lose 2021 Afghanistan Test

31st July 2019

The ground is likely to have to give up the planned Test against Afghanistan if it is confirmed as the host venue for the inaugural WTC final

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What’s new – World Test Championship playing conditions

31st July 2019

How will teams level on points be separated, what’s the call on over-rate penalties, and other key questions answered

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England need Joe Root firing on all cylinders in the Ashes

31st July 2019

Joe Root has never made any secret of the fact that, on occasion, his admiration for his fellow ‘Yorkie’ Michael Vaughan has crossed the line into the realms of anorakery. Root freely admits to growing up copying the batting style of the former England captain, though, when discussing this, he does contend somewhat impertinently that […]

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I’ve led Essex to the top – now I can reap the Ashes reward, says Peter Siddle

31st July 2019

Peter Siddle admits he would have been desperately disappointed to have been overlooked for a place in Australia’s Ashes squad this summer. The fast bowler has taken 214 Test wickets in his 64 appearances for his country and has been given one more chance to wear the baggy green cap having helped guide Essex to […]

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Sri Lanka are so consistent they don’t need a coach

31st July 2019

Who needs coaches?  Not Sri Lanka. I mean, why would they? They are a famously consistent team right now. Since 2011, they have had ten different head coaches (including interim appointments), sacking some, elbowing others out, forcing some to leave, while making yet others publicly rescind their criticisms against the board. Now, thanks to the sports […]

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Jofra Archer Ashes debut delayed as he continues injury comeback

31st July 2019

Anderson and Broad reunited as paceman continues recovery from side strain

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Edgbaston Factor offers England the edge as Ashes arrives with indecent haste

31st July 2019

Only weeks after the World Cup, the oldest rivalry in cricket has rolled back onto centre stage

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Glamorgan’s Malcolm Nash, who Sobers hit for six sixes in an over, dies at 74

31st July 2019

The former Glamorgan captain collapsed during a dinner in London on Tuesday night and died overnight

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CRICKET WEST INDIES TO HONOUR “REDS” PERREIRA COMMENTARY CAREER

31st July 2019

ST. JOHN’S, Antigua – Cricket West Indies is set to honour renowned cricket commentator Joseph “Reds” Perreira for his work in broadcasting the game for close to six decades The upcoming second MyTeam11 Test between West Indies and India – which is co-sponsored by Skoda and Fena – starting on Friday, August 30, at Sabina Park […]

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