Miscellaneous


Moin rues missed chances while defending umpiring
Moin rues missed chances while defending umpiring

Karachi , May 30: Pakistan captain Moin Khan rued missed chances on the final day of the third Test against the West Indies but despite failing to make history, praised his team for a great performance

I know the umpire was nervous in that Madras match: Maninder
I know the umpire was nervous in that Madras match: Maninder

A versatile left arm spinner who broke onto the international circuit at the tender age of 17 and was hailed as the successor to the great Bishen Singh Bedi, he never made it to the heights that were expected of him

D.G.Bradman Test Career
D.G.Bradman Test Career
Silver bat to be presented to Ganguly
Silver bat to be presented to Ganguly

It was only on Tuesday that the CPI(M) led Government in West Bengal had taken a decision not to have another felicitation function for Indian captain Sourav Ganguly

In tune with the Barmy Army
In tune with the Barmy Army

Centurion: Back in May, on one of those chilly late afternoons they euphemistically call ``a balmy spring day'' in England, running in to some of the more jolly members of the Barmy Army was more accidental than incidental

Wasim back at centre of match-fix storm
Wasim back at centre of match-fix storm

ALLEGATIONS of corruption in Pakistani cricket have been repeated by an official report this week, and three Test players, including Lancashire captain Wasim Akram, could be suspended pending further investigations

Sri Lanka take Coca Cola Champions Trophy in dramatic finale
Sri Lanka take Coca Cola Champions Trophy in dramatic finale

Finals can often become turgid one-sided affairs

SPONSORED: Root steps into future with new cricket channel
SPONSORED: Root steps into future with new cricket channel

To keep up with the demand for the sport, Sky Sports have introduced a permanent channel dedicated to cricket

The unfillable Hooper hole
The unfillable Hooper hole

No West Indian cricketer of recent times-perhaps of all time-has evoked such starkly contrasting emotions as Carl Hooper

Sri Lanka almost storm off as Murali 'chucking' row boils over
Sri Lanka almost storm off as Murali 'chucking' row boils over

ADELAIDE, Australia, Jan 23 (AFP) - The Muttiah Muralitharan "chucking" row boiled over at Adelaide Oval Saturday when play was held up for 12 minutes after the Sri Lankans protested umpire Ross Emerson's no-ball call for throwing in the one-day

Bangladesh to become an international venue for cricket? (13 November 1998)
Bangladesh to become an international venue for cricket? (13 November 1998)

Bangladesh to become an international venue for cricket

PCB chief plans reserve team to globalise game
PCB chief plans reserve team to globalise game

He's a man in a hurry

Asia vs Rest of the world XI match in Bangladesh
Asia vs Rest of the world XI match in Bangladesh

A commemorative cricket match between Asia and a Rest of the World XI will be played on April 8 at the Bangabandhu National Stadium in Dhaka, Bangladesh

Harry gets fifty while Wellington players attack the record books
Harry gets fifty while Wellington players attack the record books

New Zealand's one-day season came to an end on a successful note at Dunedin

Bangladesh put in at Bulawayo
Bangladesh put in at Bulawayo

On a hot sunny day at Queens Sports Club in Bulawayo, Heath Streak of Zimbabwe won the toss and put Bangladesh in to bat on a pitch containing an unusual amount of grass for this venue

India, Australia to play for Border-Gavaskar Trophy (6 Aug 1996)
India, Australia to play for Border-Gavaskar Trophy (6 Aug 1996)

India and Australia now have their own trophy to play for

Sivaramakrishnan, the enigmatic magician
Sivaramakrishnan, the enigmatic magician

Laxman Sivaramakrishnan was perhaps the classical example of a bowler whose talent was not channelled positively in the right direction

The ultimate team man
The ultimate team man

The real architect of Australia's cricket resurgence has been chairman of selectors Laurie Sawle