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Wed, 29 Mar 2017 07:00:49 GMT  


CricketZone.com Wed, 30 Dec 2015 20:25:48 GMT  

Laxman excited at county face-off with Warne
VVS Laxman says he misses his duels against Shane Warne and is keen to make the most of the opportunity to take him on when batting for Lancashire in the county championship match against Hampshire next week Warne the Hampshire captain was at the receiving end of Laxman's magical wrists during the last three encounters between India and Australia But Test cricket's highest wicket-taker who was reduced to an average bowler by the stylish Hyderabadi player won t come face to face when the Indians tour down under in December-January having retired from international cricket earlier this year The county  [more]
Harbhajan plans strategy for Twenty-20 World Cup
Harbhajan Singh is prepared to trade economy for wickets when he makes his India comeback in the inaugural Twenty World Championships in South Africa next month quot I wouldn't worry too much about economy in Twenty World Cup you would go for runs anyway If I pick up a few wickets along the way I would be satisfied quot says the Punjab off-spinner one of the meanest bowlers in world cricket Harbhajan is aware that the last thing a bowler could do when playing in the latest form of the game is worry about conceding runs quot Twenty is not  [more]
India's warm-up match abandoned due to rain
Rain gods played pranks again as India's warm-up one day cricket match against England Lions was abandoned on Saturday following heavy shower at the Northamptonshire County Club ground Batting first England Lions amassed for from their allotted overs with Vikram Solanki and Luke Wright notching up half centuries Chasing a stiff task of scoring runs for victory in overs India were without loss after overs when rains ruled out any further play Sourav Ganguly was not out b while Robin Uthappa was batting on b With the match being abandoned Indian batsmen lost a precious opportunity to get into the  [more]

Sportnetwork - all - News Wed, 29 Mar 2017 07:00:51 GMT  

Déjà vu
Bath will feel a sense of déjà vu when they host Brive in the Challenge Cup on Saturday. The tie, with its famously dramatic connotations, may have a familiar feel, but which “already lived” moment will the fans experience? Will it be the nail-biting tension of 1998 in Bordeaux, the comfortable 6 try victory of the 2014 ECC Quarter Final or, heaven forbid, the lame capitulation of last weekend? Having lost their place in the Premiership top four, Bath may feel that European rugby is their best chance of silverware this season, but another showing like last Sunday, or even the defeat by Wasps a month ago will put an end to that ambition.  It would also be a further reminder of how far Bath must climb to match the glory of those past days. Memories can be charming and history at times inspiring, but it is the here and now which will concern the fans. For the players too, the most recent memory will be an embarrassment, to be erased.
Gregory Pecks Middlesex
Rogers and Out reports on precarious travels and position Middlesex find themselves in. 
Too Little Too Late
We have been waiting all season for the Blues to turn it on. The 44-21 victory at Scottish was very welcome but not witnessed by too many Blues supporters who have had to endure our least successful season for a long time ...
Happy Replays
What a happy weekend watching replays of that last impertinent  bonus  point winning try. Running the ball from behind your own try line and finishing it off at the other end to end the game was sublime. Thank you Willi, Johnny and BT Sport for the memory which will remain on the hard drive. ....

Cricket news from ESPN Cricinfo.com Wed, 29 Mar 2017 07:00:51 GMT  

'New Zealand deserved to have a crack at us today' - du Plessis
Faf du Plessis said New Zealand were unfortunate that the final day's play was washed out, denying them a chance to level the Test series
Alex Carey breaks wicketkeeping record
Alex Carey has broken the record for the most wicketkeeping dismissals in a Sheffield Shield season, surpassing the mark shared by Chris Hartley and Wade Seccombe
South Africa take series 1-0 after rained-out final day
With no play possible on the final day of the deciding Test in Hamilton, South Africa took the draw and secured yet another series win away from home

Rediff.com Cricket Wed, 29 Mar 2017 07:00:53 GMT  

Inspirational: He lost both arms at 8 but now captain's a cricket team
Meet Amir Hussain Lone, who not only plays the game but is captain of the Jammu and Kashmir Para-cricket team.
How ICC used Amir to educate players on perils of 'fixing'
The International Cricket Council's Anti-Corruption Unit on Monday said tainted Pakistan pacer Mohammad Amir's video in which he admitted his guilt and also described the after-effect of his wrongdoing is being used to educate cricketers about the consequences of indulging in corrupt practices like spot-fixing and match-fixing.
How legalising betting in India could prevent fixing in cricket
'Where betting is legalised it is heavily regulated and they work in close conjunction with us, so it does assist us'
India captain Mithali Raj's suggestion to popularise women's cricket...
The ever-improving Indian women cricketers could get a chance to become household names, just like tennis star Sania Mirza and shuttle queen Saina Nehwal, by televising their matches, feels national team captain Mithali Raj.

http://feeds.bignewsnetwork.com/?rss=26e8608b40f75cfd Wed, 29 Mar 2017 07:00:54 GMT  


Reuters: Cricket News Wed, 29 Mar 2017 07:00:55 GMT  

Cricket-Relieved Du Plessis bemoans poor Proteas batting in NZ
WELLINGTON, March 29 (Reuters) - South Africa captain Faf du Plessis breathed a sigh of relief as rain bucketed down in Hamilton on Wednesday, washing out the final day of the third test against New Zealand and ensuring his side sealed a 1-0 series victory.
Cricket-Rainy end dampened end to a promising summer - Williamson
WELLINGTON, March 29 (Reuters) - Kane Williamson felt there were numerous positives to take out of New Zealand's international season even if they were deprived of a victorious climax to it by the Hamilton rain.
Cricket-South Africa take New Zealand series after being saved by rain
WELLINGTON, March 29 (Reuters) - Heavy overnight rain ended New Zealand's hopes of winning the third test against South Africa and levelling the series at 1-1 on Wednesday when the final day in Hamilton was abandoned without a ball being bowled.
Cricket-Test Series New Zealand v South Africa scoreboard
March 29 (Gracenote) - Scoreboard at close of play on the fifth and final day in the third and final Test between New Zealand and South Africa on Wednesday in Hamilton, New Zealand South Africa 1st innings 314 (Q. de Kock 90, F. du Plessis 53, H. Amla 50; M. Henry 4-93) New Zealand 1st innings 489 (K. Williamson 176, J. Raval 88, C. de Grandhomme 57, T. Latham 50; M. Morkel 4-100, K. Rabada 4-122) South Africa 2nd innings (Overnight: 80-5) D. Elga

Cricket World Latest News Wed, 29 Mar 2017 07:00:56 GMT  

Final day washout denies New Zealand chance to level series
Incessant rain led to a washout on the final day of the third Test between New Zealand and South Africa in Hamilton, thereby ending the game in a draw.
Rain dashes Sri Lanka's hopes of series victory after Mendis century
Kusal Mendis scored a scintillating century to take Sri Lanka to 311 runs before heavy rains lashed out in Dambulla, not allowing any further action, thereby ending the second One-Day International against Bangladesh without a result.
Virat Kohli sets sight on overseas victories after resounding home success
India captain Virat Kohli has urged his team to win games abroad following a highly successful home season that ended with conquering the Border-Gavaskar Trophy against Australia.
We did not grab our chances - Steven Smith
Australia captain Steven Smith rued the opportunities that his team missed in the recently concluded Border-Gavaskar series that was reclaimed by India following their eight wicket win in the final Test in Dharamsala.

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