ICC to send delegations to USA and Nepal

ICC to send delegations to USA and Nepal

The International Cricket Council (ICC) will send delegations to the United States of America and Nepal to prepare reports that will aid the sport’s governing body prepare plans to develop cricket in the two nations, Shashank Manohar, the chairman, announced on Sunday (July 3). The USA Cricket Association (USACA) and Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN)

Shoaib once bashed me and Yuvraj inside a room, says Harbhajan

Fed up with Darren Lehmann’s constant sledging during a tour of Australia, Harbhajan Singh once asked the current Australian head coach whether he was “pregnant” or not while pointing to his “huge stomach”, the veteran off-spinner has recalled. Harbhajan said he gave back to the Australians, including Lehman and legendary fast bowler Glenn McGrath, with

Amit Mishra looks to fine-tune skills under Kumble

Amit Mishra earned his Test cap a match before Anil Kumble called time on his illustrious career in 2008. The call-up was a result of an injury to Kumble. Eight years since, the 32 year-old Mishra hasn’t exactly been able to fit into Kumble’s big shoes, having made the cut in 18 Tests so far.The

Buddies, reverse-swing and getting back into Test mode

There isn’t a lot that people can gauge from afar on what the players are speaking about in practice sessions. More so, when it comes to fine-tuning techniques or tactics. With India having a new coach in Anil Kumble, the attention of media was naturally diverted to his presence. So when Kumble stepped on to

RCA roll out pensions for former Rajasthan Ranji players

After declaring a monthly pension scheme for former players in April this year, as many as 42 former Ranji players from the state have been given a monthly pension, the Rajasthan Cricket Association (RCA) confirmed. “Ultimately this sport is nothing without our great cricketers,” said Lalit Modi, the RCA president, in a release dated Thursday

Sulakshan Kulkarni to coach Chattisgarh in Ranji

Known for possessing a khadoos (doughty) and dedicated ap proach when they played the game, for mer Mumbai cricket ers are always in de mand by other teams in domestic cricket. The latest to join the bandwagon is the newest Ranji Trophy side in India -Chhattisgarh, who’ve signed up former Mumbai wicketkeeper Sulakshan Kulkarni as

Lance Klusener roped in as coach by Kovai Kings

The Tamil Nadu Premier League (TNPL) is set to get a foreign flavour with former South African all-rounder Lance Klusener being roped in as the chief coach of Lyca Kovai Kings, the Coimbatore franchise. Klusener, who represented South Africa in 49 Tests and 171 One Day Internationals (ODIs), is a high-profile signing by Lyca Productions,

Brendon McCullum, Eoin Morgan to be part of PSL draft

Brendon McCullum and Eoin Morgan have agreed to be a part of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) draft for the second edition of the tournament. The draft is expected to take place in October this year in the United Arab Emirates. “Brendon McCullum and Eoin Morgan are proven international stars who not only bring a