Prev By mid-day online correspondent| Posted 1 hour On this day in 1964, 'Fiery Fred' Trueman became the first cricketer in the history of the game to take 300 Test wickets. Here's a look at some trivia, best quotes from the man himself and ... Mid Day, 1 month ago
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Michael Parkinson says that he wouldn't have been a good miner. His late father Jack, a good miner perhaps, once took him down the mine - where he worked all his life hewing coal at Grimethorpe Colliery in South Yorkshire - when he was younger.Irish Independent, 1 week ago The Northern Star still shining brightly as ever - Michael Parkinson Irish Independent, 1 week ago
A look at India's oldest living Test cricketer Dattajirao Gaekwad ahead of India's historic 500th Test
DK Gaekwad played in 11 Test matches (Pic Courtesy- The Hindu) All eyes will be fixed on Virat Kohli and his men as they walk out into the ground at Kanpur against New Zealand on September 22 for India 's 500 th Test match.Yes, the match has been ...Sportskeeda.com, 1 week ago Meet D.K. Gaekwad, India's longest surviving link with its past The Hindu, 2 weeks ago
It will be of little consolation to New Zealand's batsmen, but they experienced bowling eminence first-hand at Centurion this week. Their deficiencies were prodded, permeated and ultimately exposed by Dale Willem Steyn, arguably test cricket's ...New Zealand Herald, 1 month ago Cricket: Black Caps beaten by the best New Zealand Herald, 1 month ago
One of the most enjoyable aspects of Test cricket actually happens prior to the part where the action unravels. The fervent anticipation in the air when a bowler is in the midst of a surging spell or when a batsman prepares to be in the zone has to ...Yahoo! India, 1 month ago
Pace Bowling is an interesting facet of the game. Over the years, Test playing nations boasting of strongpace attacks had extended periods of dominance in Test cricket. The everdominant Windies side of the 70's and 80's and the great Australian team ...Yahoo! India, 1 month ago
In my opinion, cricket loves its past. It is terrified of the future and not too sure about the present. The cancerous T20 has crept into the game big time and hence I am terrified. The issue of the death certificate is not far away. Till death ...Sri Lanka Daily News, 1 month ago
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