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The MCG: Where they nurse X-mas hangover

IT all happens here at the G… You don't even have to imagine those words in Bill Lawry's voice to know that they aren't simply part of some urban folklore. Or one of the many marketing gimmicks doing the rounds. Far from it in fact. For every ... Indian Express, 1 month ago

A feast of runs

By Hemant Angle Cricket is said to be a game of glorious uncertainties. How true it is. It is also said to be a great leveller. This is also very true and there are countless instances where this can be proved. I will cite two matches, which will ...
 Navhind Times1 week ago
Times of India

Indian pacers put through the paces

MELBOURNE: At the time Australian bowlers were ripping through the English top order in the opening Tri-series match at Sydney, the Indian pacers were being put through their paces by the bowling coach Bharat Arun at the MCG. At the first nets ...
 Times of India1 week ago
Canberra Times

Resilient Rogers a must for Ashes campaign

If Australia want to win this year's Ashes in England then Chris Rogers must open the batting with David Warner. Many wise pundits do not trust the Australian middle order. It has been embarrassing at times how often the tail-enders have saved ...
 Canberra Times2 weeks ago Why resilient Chris Rogers is a must for Australia's Ashes campaign  Melbourne Age2 weeks ago Resilient Rogers a must for Ashes  Sydney Morning Herald2 weeks ago Resilient Rogers a must for Australia's Ashes campaign  WA Today2 weeks ago
Manorama Online

The charm of Boxing Day Tests

Cricket, like most sports in Australia, is seasonal. It is played and followed with a passion though not with the religious fervour as in the subcontinent. The game supposedly originated in the pastures of England, but caught on quickly in Britain's ...
 Manorama Online1 month ago
Press Gazette

Heroes of the year: Plebgate whistleblowers, Russia Today defectors and BJA winners make Press Gazette's top ten

Yesterday, Press Gazette named our top ten villains of the year . But after a year that has seen Press Gazette, no longer in print, record its best year for online traffic ever, and - we'd like to think - make a difference to the journalism ...
 Press Gazette1 month ago

Brian Lara delighted fans wherever he played

By A.C De Silva Think of a smile, in cricket; who else can it be - Brian Lara of course. He is someone of a genius and at a certain time he was a genius in the game of cricket. Lara, in his hey days, was a human barometre of West Indian cricket ...
 Sunday Observer1 month ago
Business Standard India

Are batsmen losing their head due to helmets?

The damage that a cricket ball at high speed is capable of has once again become apparent after Australian batsman Phil Hughes, playing in a Sheffield Shield match, was felled by a hit to his head and now fights for life in hospital. The incident ...
 Business Standard India1 month ago
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