Surrey U17s have made the ECB National Final after a dramatic victory over Wales at Pentyrch CC this week. Batting first in a two day game that sees each side… The post Surrey U17s Reach National Final appeared first on Kia Oval.
Zaheer Khan has said that he is unlikely to be fit for the upcoming Champions League Twenty20 in September
South Africa have named a strong squad for the ODI tri-series in Zimbabwe coming up, bringing back their premier fast bowlers, Dale Steyn and Morne Morkel
John Mooney, the Ireland seamer, will return to international cricket for his country’s series with Scotland next month, one of four changes for the three-match series
Ram Slam tournament has struggled to land big names Graeme Smith heading recruitment drive for this yearKevin Pietersen is wanted by his former Surrey team- …
West Indies are leading 1-0 in the three match series as they prepare to take on Bangladesh in the second ODI on Friday
A stats review at the end of the third ODI between South Africa and Zimbabwe at Bulawayo
Off-spinner Sachithra Senanayake has completed 10 days of remedial work on his bowling action in Perth.
On Wednesday, Luke Wright hammered 127 against Glamorgan in the Royal London Cup – albeit in a losing cause – which made it four centuries in a month
Sidelined England wicket-keeper Matthew Prior will soon be undergoing Achilles surgery but has already set his sights on returning to international cricket.
Even with Hashim Amla and AB de Villiers rested, and two debutants in Rilee Rossouw and Mthokozisi Shezi, South Africa thrashed Zimbabwe by seven wickets in the third and final One-Day International in Bulawayo.
SLC hopes to have Sachithra Senanayake cleared by the ICC over the next few months, after biomechanics experts were confident his action had been remedied
In the week that India reacted to their Test series defeat to England by shaking up their coaching staff, Lycamobile ambassador Farokh Engineer remembers a time when there were ‘no recognised coaches’.
Captain Jack Cooper produced the best all-round display of his career as a Taunton CC player on Saturday to guide his side to a six-wicket victory at Bedminster – their seventh consecutive league triumph.
Experienced offspinner Rakesh Dhurv has moved to Vidarbha after two profitable seasons at Gujarat
Lycamobile ambassador Farokh Engineer tells Cricket World () that when he played for India, there were ‘no recognised coaches’. Speaking here after the Lord’s Test, his words are still particularly relevant given that India would go on to lose the series 3-1 and have subsequently made changes to their coaching line-up ahead of the ODIs. However, things were once very different, as Farokh relates here, talking about learning from mistakes, shadow play and fending for himself as an international cricketer
The latest two episodes of ‘The Slog Sweep’, Ireland’s weekly cricket show, feature Andrew White and a look ahead to this weekend’s Irish Senior Cup final.
Media Release SLC is pleased to inform the Media the arrival of the Sri Lankan Off Spinner Sachithra Senanayake from Perth, Australia. Sachithra was working on remodeling of his bowling action at the University of Western Australia with the aid of the University consultant coach on corrective suspect bowling actions Darryl Foster. Darryl, together with the University Bio Mechanist conducted 10 days of remedial work to remodel Sachithra’s action.
From Hitchcock to Bollywood, here are five of cinemas most memorable cricketing moments. What else belongs on the list?It may not have the same …
The Institute of Groundsmanship (IOG) has confirmed that the 2015 Sports Ameneties Landscaping Trade Exhibition (SALTEX) will be held in Birmingham on 4th and 5th November.
When you take over the captaincy of a side with an outstanding T20 pedigree it can come with significant pressure, but James Vince has taken to the role with aplomb in a season where his England credentials have risen
Jess Cameron stroked an unbeaten half-century to guide Australia Women to a four-wicket win over Pakistan Women in the first One-Day International at Redlands Cricket Club in Brisbane.
It’s the fashion these days to look back on a losing streak and say that you were playing well in patches and that you knew all it would take would be a slight improvement and everything would be hunky-dory again. This always gets on our nerves, because of course you played well in patches.
A century from Will Vanderspar and runs from Arun Harinath, Aaron West and Dominic Sibley saw Surrey Second XI bat themselves into a strong position against Glamorgan in Newport. Batting… The post Strong Batting Day for Second XI appeared first on Kia Oval.
After their surprise Test defeat against India, England will be looking to bounce back at the start of the one-day series
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With the series already decided, South Africa and Zimbabwe rang in changes for the final match. The hosts dropped former captain Brendan Taylor and the visitors changed captains and named two debutants
Date set for 28-year-olds patella tendonitis procedure Rehabilitation time expected to be up to 14 weeksStuart Broad is to undergo surgery on his right knee …
21st August 2014 Unmukt Chand, who also plays for Rajasthan Royals, feels that it is very difficult to take out the Test cricketer from the ‘blood of every aspiring cricketer. With the Indian Premier League (IPL) being blamed for India’s humiliating Tests series loss in England, Unmukt Chand, skipper of the 2012 U-19 World Cup winning team, feels that Twenty20 just remains a platform but playing Tests still remains the dream of every young cricketer.
21st August 2014 A young team of 15 school cricketers will be picked by the Rajasthan Royals to represent the country and play against various South Australian school teams in T20 matches ahead of ICC World Cup 2015. A squad of 15 talented school cricketers aged between 16-18 will be selected to represent the country against various South Australian school teams of similar age group in T20 matches as a part of the promotional activity for the upcoming 2015 ICC World Cup.
21st August 2014 The Indian cricket board (BCCI) must take special care of injury-prone fast bowler Varun Aaron to ensure he has a long and successful international career, feels former national team physio John Gloster. Gloster, who had worked with the Indian team from 2005-2008, feels that “maintaining proper workload is an area of concern not only for Indian fast bowlers as well bowlers from other part of the world”.