Provided by Wisden Outsiders move to Kolkata to eventually do what they do. That's the land of opportunity as far as cricket in the state is concerned. Wisden India Chatting with an old friend the other day, a rather obvious fact about Bengal ... MSN News US, 3 weeks ago
Provided by Wisden Mohammed Shami has been included in the Bengal side after recovering from a knee he picked up during India's tour of Australia last year. The 2015-16 Vijay Hazare Trophy will see 27 teams participating , divided into four ...MSN News US, 1 month ago
NEW DELHI: Four years ago, following the unprecedented success of Alastair Cook's touring Test team over India 2-1, the host broadcasters were quickly forced to remove the raft of silly pre-series advertisements that predicted a total 'bajaoing' of ...Times of India, 2 months ago
Bengal's most potent match winner Ashok Dinda rose to the occasion when it mattered the most as his five-wicket burst ensured a 43-run win against Railways in a Ranji Trophy Group A league encounter in Dharamsala on Sunday. Needing 119 runs on the final day with five wickets in hand to reach a victory target of 315, Railways could manage 271 in 93.2 overs largely due to Dinda's 5/67. Bengal are now firmly on course for a knockout berth with 15 points in their kitty with two outright wins and ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
Seasoned batsman Robin Uthappa slammed a strokeful, unbeaten century along with younger teammate Karun Nair as Karnataka rallied from a poor start against Assam on Day 2 of the Group B Ranji Trophy tie in Mumbai on Friday. The third wicket duo, who joined forces at the fall of openers Mayank Agarwal and R Samarth with only 4 on the board, compiled a 219-run stand to remain unbeaten at stumps in a team total of 223 for 2, still 102 runs adrift of Assam's first innings tally of 325 at the Bandra ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
Two seasoned, left-handed Bengaluru-born players -- Amit Verma and Sreenath Aravind -- representing rival teams, stole the honours on day one of a Group B Ranji Trophy match between Assam and Karnataka in Mumbai on Thursday. While pacer Aravind wrecked the Assam batting line-up after they chose to bat first at the Bandra-Kurla complex ground, with his career's second five-wicket in an innings haul, his former statemate Verma stood rocklike to prop up Assam's first innings by notching his 11th ...Rediff.com, 2 months ago
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