Australia portrayed a strong side in the 2nd One-Day International (ODI) against New Zealand restricting them well below 300 runs. Mitchell Santner came in and played his shots unfortunately missed his half-century. He stayed until the end after two ... MyInforms, 6 days ago
Why Khawaja was snubbed by IPL teams - Herald Sun, 4 days ago
IPL 2016 Auction: Ashish Nehra sold for Rs. 550 crores to Sunrisers Hyderabad - MyInforms, 6 days ago
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When Saagar, a Hyderabad based engineer, read the story of a South African chef who had to leave New Zealand recently as he was "too fat", started having anxious moments about his own expanding girth. He has decided to lose a few kilos before he ...Times of India, 4 days ago Are You Planning To Go Abroad For Work? You Better Get In Shape Indiatimes, 5 days ago
Sunrisers Hyderabad were among the smart pickers during the Indian Premier League (IPL) 2016 auction at Bengaluru on Saturday. While 351 players went under the hammer, only a total of 91 managed to bag an IPL contract and out of those, 10 were taken ...MyInforms, 5 days ago Sunrisers snap up Mustafizur: IPL 2016 Bangladesh Daily Star, 6 days ago Mustafiz not surprised by IPL call-up New Age Bangladesh, 5 days ago
HYDERABAD: On a day when fellow spot-fixing convict Mohammad Amir left for New Zealand with the Pakistan team, his two accomplices Salman Butt and Mohammad Asif made stirring returns to domestic action and vowed to knock on the national team's ...DAWN Group, 1 month ago Butt scores hundred on comeback, Asif takes two Pakistan Observer, 1 month ago Ton-up Butt betrays no rust on comeback Gulf News, 1 month ago BACK IN THE MIX Pune Mirror, 1 month ago
WHILE Gladstone has no jockeys, that notion is about to change with the arrival of Hyderabad-born Ramana Achini and New Zealander Matthew McNelis. The latter has had an interesting transition from jumps racing to a flat track and in the distance ...Gladstone Observer, 1 month ago
McCullum is to retire from all international cricket after the second Test at Hagley Oval in Christchurch that starts on Feb. 20. As the clock ticks down on Brendon McCullum's international career, the New Zealand captain will achieve one ...Khaleej Times, 3 hours ago 100 straight Tests make Brendon proud Calcutta Telegraph, 11 hours ago McCullum to reach another milestone with 100th Test match Hindustan Times, 14 hours ago McCullum all set for another milestone Deccan Herald, 16 hours ago
Two of the most demanded T20 players Yuvraj Singh and Asish Nehra were acquired by Sunrisers Hyderabad for Rs 12.5 crore out of their purse of 30.15 crore, in the marquee round of the IPL 2016 auction on Saturday morning. However, the most valued ...Meri News, 6 days ago IPL 2016 auction: RCB splurge Rs 9.5 crore on Watson, Hyderabad get Yuvraj, Nehra Times of India, 6 days ago
Bangalore, Feb 6 : Star batsman Yuvraj Singh and veteran pacer Ashish Nehra was bought by Sunrisers Hyderabad for Rs 7 crore and Rs 5.5 crore respectively in the Indian Premier League (IPL) auctions currently underway here today. Australian ...Newshence.com, 6 days ago Delhi Dare Devils buys Sanju V. Samson for Rs. 4.20 crores in IPL MetroVaartha.com, 6 days ago
sman Umar Akmal will miss the first T20 against New Zealand on January 15 after being slapped with a one-match ban for violating the ICC's dress codeduring a domestic game here. Pakistan's head coach Waqar Younis said that the ban was imposed by ...New Delhi Pioneer, 1 month ago Umar Akmal banned from first New Zealand T20I Yahoo! India, 1 month ago Akmal to miss 1st T20 against Kiwis for violating dress code Khaleej Times, 1 month ago Akmal gets ban Himalayan Times, 1 month ago
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HYDERABAD: Even as Mahendra Singh Dhoni savoured the special Republic Day win against Australia on their National Day in the first T20, the Mithali Raj-led Indian team too had their moment of glory when they beat Aussie women in a T20 game. ...New Indian Express, 2 weeks ago
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