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Overdose of cricket is killing fast bowling, says Michael Holding

Overdose of cricket is killing fast bowling, says Michael Holding

The 61-year-old Holding also revealed that he was offered a short bowling coach stint by two-time India coach Anshuman Gaekwad for Baroda cricket team last year. The post Overdose of cricket is killing fast bowling, says Michael Holding appeared first on ... First, 1 week ago

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Anshuman Gaekwad wants selectors to persist with current Indian team for next World Cup

Impressed by India's good showing in the cricket World Cup, former India coach Anshuman Gaekwad believes the current lot of players should be persisted with and they will deliver in the next 50-over showpiece event in England. Mahendra Singh Dhoni's men had a ...
 Zee News3 weeks ago Persist with current team for next World Cup: Gaekwad  Business Standard3 weeks ago Present team can deliver in 2019  Oman Tribune3 weeks ago Persist with current team for next...  The Echo Of India3 weeks ago

India vs West Indies 1974/75: A series …

Gundappa Viswanath's heroics wasn't enough for India In my 45 years of following this great game of cricket, I have never come across an interesting series like the one played between India and West Indies during the Indian home season of 1974-75.
 Yahoo! India1 day ago

UAE World Cup star Swapnil Patil welcomed as hero in Indian village

Wicketkeeper-batsman overcome by reception in Vasai, a distant surburb of Mumbai Image Credit: Courtesy: Vasai Residents Dubai: UAE's star wicketkeeper batsman Swapnil Patil, who played in the ICC Cricket World Cup 2015, was given a rousing ...
 Fujairah News1 week ago

Vasai honours its son, Swapnil, who played World Cup for UAE

The 29-year-old's biggest achievement in the World Cup was an unbeaten 57 against South Africa. United Arab Emirates cricketer Swapnil Patil will never forget the journey that he had in an open jeep from the Chimaji Appa cricket ground to the ...
 DNA India2 weeks ago
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MS Dhoni is India's highest impact player in ODI history

About an hour after playing the World Cup-winning knock in 2011, there's a story that has Dhoni sitting quietly in the dressing room when someone asked him what that precise moment was when he knew India would win the World Cup. Dhoni shook his head ...
 IBNLive India News3 weeks ago Dhoni: India's highest impact player in ODI history  MSN News US3 weeks ago

Why Australia are most-deserving World champions

'Coach Lehmann and captain Clarke lifted the morale of the team by allowing the players to express themselves freely on and off the field' Haresh Pandya analyses what went into the making of Michael Clarke's champion side. Image: The Australian team celebrates with the trophy after winning the 2015 ICC Cricket World Cup at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on March 29. Photograph: Ryan Pierse/Getty Images In the end, the most deserving team won the 11th World Cup. Though India, New Zealand and ...
 Rediff.com3 weeks ago

World Cup 2015: What bowlers can do to stop from being plundered

NEW DELHI: 2031 fours, 430 sixes, 2 double hundreds, 37 hundreds and not to mention numerous team totals in excess of 300. In short, men who wield the willow have dominated the bowlers match after match in the ongoing World Cup. While the likes of ...
 Times of India1 month ago

Second Opinion: Positive

CHENNAI: While the rest of the world watched on with awe, smeared with a tinge of pity to the dazed bowlers, as Chris Gayle and Marlon Samuel trammeled the sorry Zimbabweans to submission in the sunny Manuka Oval, statisticians had to log in a few ...
 New Indian Express1 month ago

Celebs present their 'Budget WISHLIST'

Celebrities talking about the changes they would like to see in the upcoming Annual Budget. Divyang Thakkar: We need to spend more on primary and secondary education, and the focus needs to shift from quantity to quality. Besides, for all these ...
 Times of India1 month ago
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