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The Game of Cricket — A History

The Game of Cricket — A History

lthough wonderful for the majority of European residents, cricket is the world’s 2d most popular sport watched by around 3 billion people. It is said to have originated in the course of the reign of Saxons or Normans in either England or France. From its beginning to the existing day, […]

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Growth of women’s cricket in India

Growth of women’s cricket in India

The women’s cricket team made their first international debut in 1975. In the 2017 World Cup against England they lost by the width of a single strand of hair, which is still an incredible feat. The cricket councils can easily pay higher wages for women. They won’t face ‘losses’ as […]

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The Season of Cricket Returns to the U.K.

The Season of Cricket Returns to the U.K.

Under regular circumstances, the first morning of a Test match—the most celebrated structure of cricket, contested between worldwide teams, sporting standard white uniforms, for a most of five days—feels like a holiday. The game always starts on a weekday, and many spectators take time off work to watch it. On […]

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Cricket makes strides in St Helena

Cricket makes strides in St Helena

The island of St Helena, with a population of around 6,000, has no longer recorded any COVID-19 infections to date. This has allowed cricket to raise on, and thrive. Despite the constrained population, cricket has loved a special area in St Helena, an island in the Atlantic. The senior men’s […]

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Kuldeep Yadav names the toughest batsman to bowl in ODI cricket

Kuldeep Yadav names the toughest batsman to bowl in ODI cricket

Left-arm spinner Kuldeep Yadav has been a integral member of India’s limited-overs set-up. From the ultimate few years, Kuldeep has became out to be one of the key components in India’s bowling line-up. The chinaman debuted in 2017 and has so a long way stricken many skillful batsmen. The Kanpur-born […]

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Cricket, money & Chinese connection

Cricket, money & Chinese connection

Arun Dhumal, treasurer of the Indian cricket board (BCCI), has made some very fascinating comments. The standoff with China on the border continues, anger and aggrievement mark the public sentiment. But Dhumal has said that selections involving big money can’t be made merely on emotion. “When you discuss emotionally, you […]

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Anil Kumble: ‘Let’s get spinners back in Test cricket’

Anil Kumble: ‘Let’s get spinners back in Test cricket’

The bowling neighborhood would possibly be breaking sweat over shining the ball in the absence of saliva, however Anil Kumble, the former India captain and chairman of the ICC’s cricket committee, believes cricket utilise pitches to even up the contest between bat and ball. The former legspinner, who is the […]

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Reasons Why Cricket Is So Popular Around The World (part 2)

Reasons Why Cricket Is So Popular Around The World (part 2)

Growth and prospects The Twenty20 format brings persistence and prosperity to the flawed game. This new format has created compelling domestic tournaments like the Indian Premier League (IPL) which has become a profitable venture. Surprisingly as it seems, IPL’s brand value itself is in excess of 4 billion US dollars. […]

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Reasons Why Cricket Is So Popular Around The World (part 1)

Afghanistan's Mohammad Nabi (R) is bowled in front of India's Mahendra Singh Dhoni (L) during the one-day international World Cup warm-up cricket match between India and Afghanistan in Adelaide on February 10, 2015. AFP PHOTO / THEO KARANIKOS   IMAGE RESTRICTED TO EDITORIAL USE - STRICTLY NO COMMERCIAL USETHEO KARANIKOS/AFP/Getty Images

Cricket has serious English roots since the Tudor period. In the manner of the empire phrase that the sun never sets, cricket goes as far as British colonialism would allow it. It is safe to say that the bat-and-ball game not only existed after colonialism, but also thrived. However, the […]

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IPL prioritises high-quality of cricket, Shane Watson has lost his manner

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - JANUARY 20: Marcus Stoinis of the Stars enters the field for the start of the Stars Innings during the Big Bash League match between the Sydney Sixers and the Melbourne Stars at Sydney Cricket Ground on January 20, 2020 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by Mark Evans/Getty Images)

The expansion of the Big Bash League from 32 organization fits to 56 has no longer impressed Shane Watson who feels the BBL is now “too long”, which in turn has compromised the high-quality of cricket this is played. In assessment, Watson praised rival T20 league, the IPL, crediting the […]

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