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Why axe fell on 1959 cricket tour

If you were to confide in a passer-by at SuperSport Park this weekend that Frank Worrell was once on the cusp of bringing a black West Indian cricket side to apartheid South Africa, they wouldn't believe you. But there is a framed collection of ... Mail & Guardian Online, 3 days ago
Melbourne Age

West Indies announce schedule for two-Test series against Australia in 2015

Once deemed a marquee series worthy of five Test matches, the West Indies and Australia will fight for the Sir Frank Worrell Trophy over just two Test matches in the Caribbean next year. The West Indies Cricket Board announced that Dominica and ...
 Melbourne Age1 week ago Windies two-Test series against Australia  Canberra Times1 week ago
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Marsh brothers revive the sibling tradition

Playing backyard cricket with siblings while growing up is a big part of Australia's sporting culture. It is here that the dream of wearing the baggy green is envisaged, but very rarely do two brothers achieve that aim together. Shaun and Mitchell ...
 MSN News4 days ago

Sportscope : Recalling the great MAHADEVAN SATHASIVAM

Recalling the great MAHADEVAN SATHASIVAM Frustrated and while watching the thunder and lightning breaking out at the Sooriyawewa International Cricket Stadium in Hambantota and no action in the England- Sri Lanka match and humming that perennial ...
 Sunday Observer2 weeks ago

Comment: Tragic demise breaks our hearts

THE tragic circumstances in which the Australian batsman Phil Hughes breathed his last have deeply touched everyone's heart. In the flush of his youth he has been taken away after being struck at the back of his head last Tuesday while playing in a ...
 DAWN Group3 weeks ago

Benaud - not in best of health, but cricketing deeds will be remembered forever!

The Legendary cricketer and former Australian cricket captain Richie Benaud is not in the best of health these days and he is battling skin cancer and is under medical care. Richie Benaud - the 84-year-old, made his illness public and has said that ...
 Sunday Observer1 month ago

Theyll Always Be Royals

On Tuesday night, the Kansas City Royals will host a World Series game for the first time in almost exactly 29 years. The last time such an occurrence took place was on October 27, 1985 when in Game 7 the Royals demolished the St. Louis Cardinals ...
 American Spectator2 months ago

The fading of the aura of the once-mighty Windies

Comment · print · T T T+· T- TOPICS Once upon a time, fans flocked to the venue to watch the West Indians. Their distinct style endeared them to cricket followers all over the world. They had the talent and firepower to blow away the ...
 The Hindu2 months ago
Calcutta Telegraph

All about crass commercialism, not professional pride: Bishan

Sydney: Bishan Singh Bedi, a former India captain who used to speak up for his men and had actively pushed for a players association, back in the 1970s, spoke to The Telegraph from his residence (on the outskirts of New Delhi) on Saturday evening.
 Calcutta Telegraph2 months ago
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