The 19-year-old is currently with the MCC as part of their young cricketers' program. Glenn Phillips during a match (Picture courtesy – stuff.co.nz) New Zealand teenager Glenn Phillips has written a new chapter in English cricket history. The ... Sportskeeda.com, 1 month ago
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Home » Sports » Cricket Friday, 10 June 2016 15:39 Posted by Hampshire cricketer Hamza Ali has passed away at a young age of 20, according to a joint statement from Hampshire and MCC. It is believed that he fell into the River Avon on ...Business Recorder, 2 weeks ago Hamza Ali: 20 Year Old Cricketer Passes Away Brandsynario.com, 2 weeks ago 20-year-old fast bowler Hamza Ali passes away The Express Tribune, 2 weeks ago
NEW DELHI: Cricket's oldest institution is all set to go high tech. The Marylebone Cricket Club ( MCC ) has released the first ever Laws of Cricket app. Available for free on Android and iOS , 'MCC Laws of Cricket' includes easily digestible ...Times of India, 1 month ago For a bunch of indigenous Australia women, a landmark crickettour Yahoo! India, 1 month ago When Brendon McCullum revealed cricket's secrets MSN News US, 2 weeks ago Marylebone Cricket Club releases first ever Laws of Cricket app Rediff.com, 1 month ago
Tributes are being paid to a promising young cricketer from Bristol who died in the River Avon. Emergency crews were called to the river near the Jolly Sailor at around 5pm last night, Wednesday 8 June after reports that a man was in the water. ...ITV.com, 2 weeks ago Man who died in River Avon at Saltford was promising cricketer Hamza Ali The Week In, 2 weeks ago
Hamza Ali, the Hampshire and MCC cricketer, died on Wednesday (June 8), it was confirmed in a joint statement from Hampshire and the MCC. He was 20 years old. Reports said Hamza fell into the River Avon, and could not be saved even though he was ...MSN News US, 2 weeks ago Hampshire cricketer Hamza Ali dies aged 20 Cricbuzz.com, 2 weeks ago Hampshire second XI player Hamza Ali dies aged 20 Cricket.co.uk, 2 weeks ago
A young green-eyed boy ran into bowl on a 22-yard strip. He aimed at a coin kept at good length, carefully placed in line with the off-stump. Each time the boy hit the coin, it was his to pocket. By the age of thirteen he got into his college ...DAWN Group, 3 weeks ago
Excelsior Sports Correspondent DODA, May 14: Aligarh XI and Manhas Cricket Club (MCC) Thathri crushed rivals in their respective matches and entered into the next stages of the ongoing All India 12th Gufran Memorial T20 Cricket Championship, being ...Daily Excelsior.com, 1 month ago
New Delhi : With just an year to go for the next women's cricket World Cup in England, Indian skipper Mithali Raj on Saturday stressed the need for more specialised coaching staff in the team. "With pretty much a year (for the World Cup) to go, ...Firstpost.com, 3 weeks ago Need more enhanced support staff: Mithali Yahoo! India, 3 weeks ago Need more enhanced support staff says Mithali India Online.in, 3 weeks ago Need more enhanced support staff for women's team: Mithali Raj India Today, 3 weeks ago
Issues like scheduling and heavy bats are affecting the game in a major way. Cricket has evolved from a sport to a business today. But as this industry is starting to grow exponentially due to the popularity in the country, the essence and ...The Hindu, 2 weeks ago
IMAGE: (Picture for representational purpose only) Young fans of Northamptonshire pose with their inflatable bats. Photograph: Tony Marshall/Getty Images. The International Cricket Council's Cricket Committee, chaired by former India captain Anil Kumble, has suggested that the Marylebone Cricket Club should ‘strongly consider’ limiting the dimensions of bats to restore balance in the game. Tall scores in T20s and ODIs and even mishits from batsmen landing in the galleries ...Rediff.com, 3 weeks ago
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