Minister Group Dhaka
West Indies Under-19s
United Arab Emirates Under-19s
Papua New Guinea Under-19s
For the first time ever, my entire family happened to be watching this game when the Warne/Samuels incident kicked off
There is a French proverb that states that "to compare is not to prove"
Following on from my most recent piece I now have cause to feel even more aggrieved for Mitchell Starc
Why not just entrust the fitness of an individual to that individual himself, and allowing him to live and die by his own fitness regime?
Since taking over from Ricky Ponting Clarke has seemingly created a culture that is refreshingly open, honest and upbeat, even in adversity
So what's changed in the last decade since the heyday of McGrath, Pollock, Vaas, Courtney Walsh, Wasim Akram and that genre of fast bowlers?
Was Quiney genuinely the best available batsman in the country three weeks ago when he made his Test debut?
Here's a question that may require a bit of thought; it occurred to me late on the third day of the engrossing Perth Test
All sports, not just cricket, are in the habit now of obfuscating the plain truth with jargon that has probably been borrowed from a business text book
A strong theme that seems to be emerging is this notion that young bowlers are just not getting the workload under their belt these days to ensure durability
It is difficult and unfair to criticise what you do not fully understand
John Inverarity has bowled me a doosra today with his comments about the doosra and integrity
It is with some sadness, even from the other side of the world, that I digest the news of Andrew Strauss retiring from all forms of cricket
So Paul Nixon, gifted ex-international cricketer and intellectual giant, thinks that sledging is a sign of wanting to win
My initial thoughts stemmed from the recent injuries to Pat Cummins and James Anderson, both of them breaking down after a ten-over bowling spell
It's not just cricket that suffers this affliction of the uber-fit athlete who is engineered like a Ferrari to the point where they're next to useless when it comes to durability
C'mon fellas, you're meant to be the best in the world and you're paid accordingly. No other profession would accept such a high ratio of execution error to this extent
Is there anyone else out there who spends their day thinking about cricket, coming up with theories on how to improve it?
Cricket needs to find a way to eliminate these anomalies because it is a game decided by the smallest of margins
India's withdrawal of the appeal speaks volumes of the maturity shown by Virender Sehwag and Sachin Tendulkar even in the heat of battle
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