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Cricket has given rise to much light verse

by CRICKET: The game of cricket has given rise to much enjoyment to the young to spend their time in a profitable manner to read about the cricketers of the past about their deeds. After all cricket is a game of glorious uncertainties. Cricket ... Sunday Observer, 2 days ago
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Is it the end of the Cricket Nation?

Open Essay James Astill is the Political Editor and the Bagehot columnist of The Economist . He is the author of The Great Tamasha: Cricket, Corruption and the Turbulent Rise of Modern India EMAIL AUTHOR India's Test humiliation ...
 Open1 week ago
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Indian WAGs in the BCCI's line of fire

Don't blame putative star batsman Virat Kohli for averaging 13.40 across the five Tests with a top score of 39. Nor is it Mohammed Shami's fault after the seemingly bright fast-bowling prospect took a mere five wickets for the series at a cost of ...
 NEWS.com.au3 weeks ago

Let Shastri be given full reign

Comment · print · T T T+· T- Short-term measures are meaningless, writes Makarand Waingankar Makarand Waingankar TOPICS Gauging the mood of the people in the country, the Board of Control for Cricket in India has acted swiftly by ...
 The Hindu3 weeks ago

The Joy of Six cricket fielding | John Ashdown and Simon Burnton

"Years ago at Lord's, in the first Test ever played with the West Indians in this country, Larwood began the second day batting against Constantine," Neville Cardus wrote in
 Big News Network1 month ago

Selective memories in sepia and black and white

The magic of sporting nostalgia is irreplaceable by high-definition TV, which starves the imagination of vital fodder, writes Suresh Subrahmanyan There can be no summer in this land without cricket. Neville Cardus I was a ten-year-old stripling when I was ...
 The Telegraph1 month ago

Straight off the bat to the boundary

Cricket is a multilayered sport, with a bunch of fascinating facets. Discovering and learning about the game is akin to peeling an onion, with a fresh detail or statistic emerging every time you you study an unrelated facet. Mid-Wicket Tales From ...
 The Hindu1 month ago

Cricket on the Home Front 1914-18

Second of two exclusive articles for ECB on cricket and the Great War by David Frith As in the Second World War, opinion was sharply divided over the morality of staging cricket matches during the 1914-18 Great War. Was it "acceptable" or was it ...
 Noodls2 months ago

Fuhrer’s idea for batsmen simply wasn’t Kricket

Why have the Germans never been any good at cricket? This entertaining account of the MCC’s 1937 tour to the Fatherland gives some clues. Any country po-faced enough to have a ‘Society for the Encouragement of Playing Ball’ will struggle from the start.
 Asian Age2 months ago
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