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Rangana Herath to Captain Sri Lanka against Zimbabwe

Sri Lanka Cricket is pleased to announce that veteran spinner Rangana Herath will lead the Sri Lanka Team in the 2 Test Series against Zimbabwe commencing on the 29th October in Harare. Hearth, who announced his retirement from the shorter format of the game in June, was the pivotal bowling performance is Sri Lanka’s historic Test Series win over Australia in August this year. Herath is lauded as a consistent and prolific spinner, who’s leadership skills will be put to good use in this Test Series.

The Rise of the Bangla Tigers

Bangladesh, for long periods, were known as the minows of the Cricketing World.Poor records and more than numbers, their consistent paltry performances were often ridiculed. Few glimpses of exceptions like Mohammad Ashraful’s incredible 100 to beat mighty Australia in the NatWest Triangular ODI Series in England, Shakib Al Hasan’s 92* to single handedly beat Sri Lanka from The post The Rise of the Bangla Tigers appeared first on Cricfit.

We had the same number of work days: Steve Waugh

Former Australia skipper Steve Waugh has scoffed the idea that the current crop of Australian players is fatigued and overworked. Waugh, who called time on his cricketing career also boasted of a prolific record in domestic cricket in the Sheffield Shield tournament as well as a captain at the international level.

Watch: Australia’s Tom O’ Donnell impersonates Steve Harmison’s wayward wide

Left-arm fast bowler Tom O’ Donnell, son of former Australia Test cricketer SP O’ Donnell, today grabbed the attention for a quite unusual reason after the youngster bowled an awry wide ball in his first over of his opening spell during the Day/night practice game against South Africa at the Adelaide Oval. The 19-year-old Tom […] The post Watch: Australia’s Tom O’ Donnell impersonates Steve Harmison’s wayward wide appeared first on CricTracker.