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Peter OToole: Lawrence of Arabia, Lazarus of cricket

On page 796 in the obituaries section of the Wisden India Almanack 2015 , at the top left-hand corner, Peter O'Toole stares back at you. One hand propping a book, an unmistakable Gauloise in a black holder in the other, and behind him a large-scale ... MSN News US, 3 weeks ago

Antigua offers intriguing stage for first act

When you step out of the VC Bird International Airport in St John's, typically under bright blue skies prettily punctuated by cotton candy cumulonimbus clouds, the first thing that greets you at the taxi rank is the registration plates of most ...
 MSN News US1 month ago

Extended preparation spot-on, says Bangar

Only five of India's cricketers made the trip to the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium in St John's on Tuesday(July 19), the rest taking the opportunity to get some rest, hit the gym or do some yoga on a day of optional net practice. Of those who did show ...
 MSN News US1 month ago

Strong Afghanistan wary of Ireland counter-punch

Provided by Wisden Having warmed up for the tougher challenge with a 1-0 One-Day International series win over Scotland , Afghanistan continued their good work with a 39-run win over Ireland in the second of their five games after the first one ...
 MSN News US1 month ago Afghanistan keen to extend winning streak  MSN News US1 month ago

News story: Culture Secretary Appoints Six New Board Members at Sport England

News story Culture Secretary, John Whittingdale, has appointed Denise Barrett-Baxendale MBE, Professor Ian Cumming OBE, Chris Grant, Wasim Khan MBE, Andy Long, and Karen Pickering MBE as Board Members of Sport England for terms of three years ...
 Government UK1 month ago

Oustanding Pakistani batsman known as 'the little master'

Hanif Mohammad, who has died aged 81, was the first great Pakistani batsman, albeit one of the slowest scorers of all time. In Hanif's defence, he carried a vast responsibility as his country's opening batsman and most reliable player. Between ...
 New Indian Express1 week ago Hanif Mohammad, cricketer known as the 'little master'  Sri Lanka Daily News1 week ago

Driving rain has final say on third day

At 1.45pm on a wet afternoon in Gros Islet, umpires Nigel Llong and Bruce Oxenford went out to the middle at the Darren Sammy Stadium rather optimistically, umbrellas doing little to shield them from the pouring rain. The third day's play of the ...
 MSN News US1 week ago

Rohit's inclusion as baffling as Vijay's omission

Cricket, it is often said, is a funny game. Not haha! funny like a Laurel and Hardy skit, obviously, but even otherwise, it is difficult to understand the provenance of this saying. On a day when West Indies left India's top order in tatters, it ...
 MSN News US2 weeks ago
The Hindu

…and Woodcock quietly moves on to 90

The Sage of Longparish has been both the cricketer's writer as well as the cricket writer's writer, a unique combination Sometime at the turn of the century, when Wisden asked him to, John Woodcock calculated he had watched over 400 Test matches.
 The Hindu2 weeks ago

Tricky selection calls ahead of India

He was a shrewd captain at the state level, playing 47 first-class matches, scoring 2888 runs at the steady average of 36.55 in the 1906s and 1970s. He was good enough to score 99 against a World XI team whose bowling included Peter Pollock, Garry ...
 MSN News US2 weeks ago
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