Prev By Harit N Joshi | Posted 2 hours The shocking news of England batsman James Taylor's sudden retirement from cricket at 26 due to a serious heart ailment was enough to take your mind back several decades when former Mumbai Ranji Trophy ... Mid Day, 1 month ago
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Prev By Harit N Joshi | Posted 1 hour Former India pacer resigns as Mumbai's senior selector after his appointment as BCCI coach Former India pacer Karsan Ghavri yesterday stepped down as selector from Mumbai's senior selection panel due ...Mid Day, 4 weeks ago Karsan Ghavri steps down as Mumbai selector Cricbuzz.com, 4 weeks ago
From being primarily an on-side player, KKR's Surya has expanded his range, and has surprised many with his consistent straight hitting in the IPL. Shotmaking may have become cruder by the day and the bats more like finely chiseled wooden whips, ...Mumbai Mirror, 4 weeks ago
LiveMint Khan played sweep shots off a fast bowler searching for the yorker, a reverse ramp shot over third man, outsmarting the same bowler who tried going wide with his yorker, and on the occasions he chose to play in front of the wicket, ...MSN News US, 1 month ago
Sarfaraz Khan, for those connected to Mumbai cricket, was always a prodigy and a star in the making The platform was set, and so was the stage. When 18-year-old Sarfaraz Khan walked out to bat in the 18th over of the Royal Challengers Bangalore ...Livemint.com, 1 month ago
Prev Next By A Correspondent | Posted 05-Apr-2016 Ranjan Baindoor, the former Railways and Mumbai Ranji Trophy off-spinner passed away yesterday after a massive heart attack. Baindoor (62), also well known for his contribution to Tata Sports ...Mid Day, 1 month ago Former Bombay Ranji player Ranjan Baindoor passes away The Hindu, 1 month ago
While Mumbai were battling Saurashtra in the Ranji Trophy final in Pune in the last week of February, batting legend Sunil Gavaskar was away in Sydney where he had gone to receive the Pride of Maharashtra award, presented by Marathi International Cinema and ...Times of India, 2 months ago
'Playing with international stalwarts in the IPL makes a big, positive, difference.' 'Sometimes you just see how a player reacts to tension, reacts to pressure. That's a bit of a learning curve as well.' Harish Kotian/Rediff.com reports on the legend's encounter with the Mumbai cricket team. IMAGE: Sunil Gavaskar with the victorious Mumbai Ranji Trophy team at the Cricket Club of India in Mumbai on Wednesday, March 9, 2016. Batting legend Sunil Gavaskar believes the standard of India's ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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