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Joey Splits With Big Owner
Sporting Post

Joey Splits With Big Owner

Joey Ramsden and Wayne Kieswetter's Ridgemont Stud operation have unexpectedly split and as a result 14 horses have left, or are about to leave, the Milnerton trainer's yard, writes Michael Clower. Craig Carey amicable split… The first ... Sporting Post, 2 months ago
Times Live South Africa

Cricket U-19s failure 'is part of development'

Don't fret about SA's Under-19 Cricket World Cup woes in Banladesh, says Cricket SA (CSA) - the ultimate goal is producing future Proteas. In 2014, then head coach Ray Jennings' SA side was the toast of the town after they claimed the nation's ...
 Times Live South Africa3 days ago

Top T20 moments: Yuvraj's 6 sixes, Lee's hattrick

The World Twenty20, since its inaugural edition in 2007, has given fans innumerable reasons to cheer about. Despite being the slam-bang version of the 'Gentleman's Game', it has been much more than just batsmen calling shots while others were ...
 MSN News US5 days ago
Hindustan Times

14 months since Hughes tragedy, cricket yet to implement a helmet policy

The sight of Mitchell McClenaghan lying on the ground during Monday's one-dayer between New Zealand and Pakistan was sickening to say the least. The Kiwi No. 10 had been happily swinging away till a bouncer burst through the gap in his helmet grille ...
 Hindustan Times1 week ago

McClenaghan to have eye surgery

WELLINGTON (Online): New Zealand\\'s Mitchell McClenaghan will have surgery on a fractured eye socket after being hit by the ball in a one-day international win over Pakistan. The 29-year-old left-arm paceman was struck in the left eye while ...
 Frontier Post2 weeks ago

Zimbabwe's record vs Afghanistan 2015-16, 3rd ODI, Sharjah

 - Latest Cricket News, Articles & Videos at CricketCountry.com Home › › Zimbabwe's record vs Afghanistan 2015-16, 3rd ODI, Sharjah Lowest ODI all-out totals to include hundred-run partnerships. Hamilton Masakadza (above) and Graeme ...
 MyInforms1 month ago

Cricket 2015: The Year in Review

One thing for sure, the year we just left behind began with a bang, and gave us some incredible action on the cricket fields world over, from Melbourne to Mirpur or Cape Town to Calcutta, headlines were grabbed with unforgettable display with the ...
 Bangladesh Daily Star1 month ago

Australia win fifth World Cup in the year of Bangladesh's rise

ICC World Cup Australian skipper Michael Clarke bowed out of one-day internationals in fairytale style, leading his country to a record fifth World Cup title. This was the second time when the World Cup was held in Australia and New Zealand, with ...
 Dhaka Tribune1 month ago

Collingwood recalls 2010 World T20 triumph

(via noodls) / Instilling confidence and belief into England's squad was key to their World Twenty20 triumph in 2010, according to skipper Paul Collingwood. The Durham all-rounder led his country to their only International Cricket Council ...
 Noodls2 months ago

Swann lauds England's limited-overs formula

(via noodls) / Graeme Swann has praised Trevor Bayliss and his coaching team for giving England's limited-overs sides the 'the wings to fly'. Eoin Morgan's blossoming outfit took another stride forward in Dubai last night as they England have been ...
 Noodls2 months ago
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