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The team is only as good as its captain Anil Kumble

The team is only as good as its captain Anil Kumble

Provided by Wisden Captains realise over a period that if they plan right and understand the strengths and weaknesses of the opposition, luck attaches itself to their side. AFP Mrs Nandini Sardesai, Rajdeep, ladies and gentlemen, It is a ... MSN News US, 1 day ago
'The team is only as good as its captain' MSN News US, 21 hours ago

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WA Today

'Typhoon' terrorised Australian batsmen, then retired Down Under

Frank Tyson at the Junction Oval in 2004. Photo: Sebastian Costanzo FRANK TYSON 1930-2015 Fast bowlers in cricket are often perceived as egoistical sledgers with more brawn than brain, who act first and think later. England's express fast ...
 WA Today1 day ago
Melbourne Age

You can't change the past - so enjoy today like it's your first at the track

Go to the races like it's your first time. Forget about the past. It's gone. Enjoy the moment." Frank Smith, the philosopher. Usually such a statement would be treated with disdain but Smith has been to more race meetings than most have had Sunday ...
 Melbourne Age2 days ago
Canberra Times

Reformed bad boy's tears

Return to video Video settings Please Log in to update your video settings Video will begin in 5 seconds. Don't play Play now More video Recommended NRL: Roosters v Broncos preview Bellamy still feels the nerves South's pair condition improving ...
 Canberra Times1 week ago Reformed bad boy Friend's tears for Roosters  Melbourne Age1 week ago Reformed bad boy Jake Friend's tears for Sydney Roosters  Sydney Morning Herald1 week ago Reformed bad boy's tears for Roosters  Sydney Morning Herald1 week ago
Dhaka Tribune

Kings of swing

When it comes to bowling, Pakistanis have always been innovators. Pakistan had their first great bowler in Fazal Mahmood, a medium-fast bowler of great skill and accuracy. Even though many considered him a medium-pacer, Neil Harvey and Richie Benaud ...
 Dhaka Tribune1 month ago

The king could still win his 13th Cup

Cummings, who died on Sunday at age 87, will be posthumously recorded as co-trainer if 10-year-old Precedence can make the field for a fifth attempt at November's great race. To make the final field Precedence will have to win the races named in ... month ago
WA Today

A chat with the late great Arthur Morris

One of the best: Arthur Morris four years ago with cricket memorabilia at his home. Photo: Natalie Grono This article first appeared in The Sunday Age in December 2011 after Greg Baum spoke to Australia's oldest living Test cricketer, Arthur Morris.
 WA Today1 month ago Baum's interview with Arthur Morris: The old and the beautiful  Canberra Times1 month ago Greg Baum's interview with Arthur Morris in 2011: The old and the beautiful  Sydney Morning Herald1 month ago
Melbourne Age

Australian willow cricket bat venture's results enough to make investors weep

It seemed such a brilliant idea. An Australian company set up to grow willow trees that could be used to fashion top-grade cricket bats, reviving a dormant industry and breaking the English domination of the market. The Australian Cricket Bat ...
 Melbourne Age1 month ago
Ipswich Satellite

Warwick to pay tribute to Enright

QUEENSLAND cricket has lost one of its best known umpires with the death of Peter Enright. He went to Slade School in Warwick and umpired at Test level just after Yangan resident Lou Rowan retired. His first Test was in Melbourne in the ...
 Ipswich Satellite1 month ago
Tanzania Citizen

What will be the watershed event for cricket in Tanzania?

Dar es Salaam. The game of cricket has undergone evolutionary changes over the years. Its rich tapestry of about 417 years has watershed events which have seen cricket nurture beyond the Commonwealth of nations. Whether cricket enthusiasts or for ...
 Tanzania Citizen1 month ago
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