Bangalore, Feb 13: Uncapped Karan Sharma was the top buy on the second and final day of the IPL 7 Players' Auction here Thursday. The legspinner was bought by Sunrisers Hyderabad for Rs 3.75 crores. List of sold players from Day 1 ; Sold players ... ThatsCricket, 3 weeks ago
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The National selectors cracked the whip against non-performing assets in the Indian side when the Sandeep Patil-chaired panel picked the squads here on Wednesday for the forthcoming Asia Cup and World T20, both to be held in Bangladesh. Suresh Raina and ...Deccan Herald, 3 weeks ago
Bangalore, Feb 13: Kings XI Punjab have picked 23 players for the seventh edition of the Indian Premier League ( IPL 7). Australia paceman Mitchell Johnson was the costliest buy for the team at the auction. He was bought for Rs 6.5 crores.ThatsCricket, 3 weeks ago
On another sun-kissed day, Karnataka took a giant step towards ensuring a place in the final after surviving some anxious moments against a spirited, but at times a rather desperate Punjab attack. Karnataka, overnight 39/2 in pursuit of hosts' first-innings ...Deccan Herald, 1 month ago
Hardeep shines in losing battle, VRV takes 5-for Excelsior Sports Correspondent JAMMU, Jan 11: After matching skills with the players of formidable Punjab team and even dominating most of the sessions during the last three days, the cohesive ...Daily Excelsior.com, 1 month ago
Vadodara: Having proved their mettle at the group league stage, a determined Jammu and Kashmir is ready to lock horns with formidable Punjab team that consists of senior players like Yuvraj Singh and Harbhajan Singh in their maiden Ranji Trophy ...ZeeNews.com, 1 month ago Ranji Trophy: Pervez Rasool's Jammu and Kashmir face stern Punjab test in maiden quarterfinal tie NDTV, 1 month ago Upbeat Jammu and Kashmir ready for Punjab Kashmir Times, 1 month ago
Virender Sehwag's poor run with the bat continue as Delhi were shot out for a paltry 202 in their first innings against table toppers Karnataka in the Ranji Trophy Group A match at the Feroz Shah Kotla, in New Delhi, on Monday. Virender Sehwag went back to opening the innings after his unsuccessful stint at No. 3, but he could manage only 32 before he was caught and bowled by medium pacer Ronit More. The pitch also played some tricks with the odd ball keeping low but most of the Delhi batsmen ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
Skipper R Vinay Kumar was not as effective with the ball but that didn't stop him from outshining most of Karnataka's middle-order batsmen as the paceman brought up his maiden first-class century on the third day of their Group 'A' Ranji Trophy tie against ...Deccan Herald, 2 months ago
Experienced campaigner Rajat Bhatia hit an unbeaten 158 and combined with lower-order batsmen to propel Delhi to a huge 442 all out against Odisha, who were trailing by 321 runs at the end of second day in their Ranji Trophy Group A match in Sambalpur. Bhatia, who resumed at 71, not only recorded his 13th first class century but ensured that Delhi reach a commanding position by building partnerships with lower-order batsmen. After early departure of his overnight partner Varun Sood (16), ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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