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9 hours ago
Expected the short ball: Chawla

Bangalore, June 2 (IANS) Kolkata Knight Riders' Piyush Chawla was the man of the moment as he hit a six off pacer Mitchell Johnson to bring his team on the threshold of victory and finished it off with a four off Parvinder Awana in the last over to script a three-wicket win over Kings XI Punjab in the Indian Premier League (IPL) final at the M. Chinnaswamy Stadium here Sunday. With 15 runs ...

13 days ago
Kings XI opt to bowl against Mumbai Indians

New Delhi, May 19 (IANS) Kings XI skipper George Bailey won the toss and elected to bat against Delhi Daredevils in an Indian Premier League (IPL) match at the Ferozeshah Kotla here Monday. Daredevils, who are on a six-match losing streak, made four changes. They brought back Wayne Parnell, Mohammad Shami, Jaydev Unadkat and Murali Vijay for Ross Taylor, Rahul Shukla, Siddarth Kaul and Shah...

8 months ago
I have done no wrong: Sreesanth

Thiruvananthapuram, Sep 13 - Even as former Indian speedster S. Sreesanth claims he has done no wrong, the Board of Control for Cricket in India - has bowled a beamer by slapping a life ban on the temperamental cricketer. You wait and see, the BCCI will soon cut a sorry figure because all what they did was to take out the Delhi police case version, as they - have a 'zero tolerance policy...

8 months ago
I have done no wrong: Sreesanth

Thiruvananthapuram, Sep 13 - Even as former Indian speedster S. Sreesanth claims he has done no wrong, the Board of Control for Cricket in India - has bowled a beamer by slapping a life ban on the temperamental cricketer. You wait and see, the BCCI will soon cut a sorry figure because all what they did was to take out the Delhi police case version, as they - have a 'zero tolerance policy', ...

10 months ago
Lee wants Warner in Ashes

Sydney, July 30 - Former Australian speedster Brett Lee is seeking David Warner's return to the national cricket side and wants him to open with Shane Watson in the ongoing Ashes series. Lee wants Warner to take the place of Chris Rogers who has failed to perform except for one half century in the first Test at Trent Bridge. I reckon someone like Warner is a match-winner. You've ...

10 months ago
Lee wants Warner in Ashes

Sydney, July 30 - Former Australian speedster Brett Lee is seeking David Warner's return to the national cricket side and wants him to open with Shane Watson in the ongoing Ashes series. Lee wants Warner to take the place of Chris Rogers who has failed to perform except for one half century in the first Test at Trent Bridge. I reckon someone like Warner is a match-winner. You've got ...

11 months ago
Russian city bids for world speed skating meet

Moscow, June 11 - The Russian city of Kolomna is bidding to host the 2016 world single distance speedskating championships. The city, a short drive southeast of Moscow, is a renowned speedskating centre and plays regular host to top-level international competitions such as a leg of this season's World Cup and the 2008 European all-around championships. We've submitted the relevan...

11 months ago
Russian city bids for world speed skating meet

Moscow, June 11 - The Russian city of Kolomna is bidding to host the 2016 world single distance speedskating championships. The city, a short drive southeast of Moscow, is a renowned speedskating centre and plays regular host to top-level international competitions such as a leg of this season's World Cup and the 2008 European all-around championships. We've submitted the relevant do...

1 year ago
IPL's new find, Sanju Samson: A Viswanath in him?

Thiruvananthapuram, April 18 - The latest star on the cricket horizon is Kerala's teenage sensation Sanju Samson and his middle name - Viswanath - is not known to many. For the 18-year-old Sanju, after his dream debut for Rajasthan Royals last week in the Indian Premier League -, the name Viswanath has however started to gain significance. Oh, the name Viswanath has nothing to do wit...

1 year ago
Sreesanth seeks blessings from famed Guruvayoor

Kochi, Oct 26 - Temperamental Indian speedster Sreesanth sought the blessings from the famed Sree Krishna temple at Guruvayoor for making a return to the national team. Sreesanth, dressed up in mythological style of the Viswaroopam of Lord Vishnu, made the offerings Thursday night. He was accompanied with his parents and close relatives. But a day later Friday, Sreesanth found himsel...

2 years ago
Gambhir is just brilliant: Lee

New Delhi, May 7 - Kolkata Knight Riders' Australian speedster Brett Lee lauded skipper Gautam Gambhir for leading from the front with strong individual performance. Gambhir is just brilliant. He is a born leader and it comes naturally to him. Besides he backs it up with strong performances, and has been leading our flock really well, Lee said on the sidelines of the launch of a music acade...

2 years ago
Roach slapped with fine over Lee incident

Gros Islet -, March 27 - West Indies fast bowler Kemar Roach has been fined half his match fee for his altercation with Australian speedster Brett Lee during the fifth One-Day International here. The 23-year-old was charged with and pleaded guilty to breaking the International Cricket Council's Code of Conduct - relating to 'inappropriate and deliberate physical contact between players in t...

2 years ago
Tendulkar is not my bunny: Anderson

London, Aug 9 - James Anderson might have dismissed Sachin Tendulkar seven times in Test but the fast bowler insists that the Indian batting maestro is not his bunny and that he has no control over him. Anderson got Tendulkar for the seventh time in Tests when he dismissed him leg before in the second innings of the second Test at Trent Bridge and for the second time in this series. ...

2 years ago
Lee happy with Australia's coaching support staff

Sydney, July 12 - Australian speedster Brett Lee feels the introduction of Justin Langer, Steve Rixon and Craig McDermott in the coaching support staff has made a big difference in the team. 'I think with what I have seen over the past couple of weeks that Australian cricket is in a great place and hopefully we will get the results at the other end,' Lee was quoted as saying by The Australi...

2 years ago
Johnson opts out of Big Bash to prepare for India's tour

Sydney, July 12 - Australian speedster Mitchell Johnson has decided to skip the inaugural Big Bash League to keep himself in top shape for the busy summer that includes a Test series against number one side India. Australia start their season with away tours to SrI Lanka and South Africa and will return home to take on New Zealand, leading to their series against India. Johnson, curr...

2 years ago
Important to dismiss West Indies early: Ishant

Rouseau -, July 10 - Indian speedster Ishant Sharma says his team will be looking to polish off the West Indies tail within the morning session on day five of the third Test to give themselves an easy target in the fourth innings. The West Indies were 224 for six in their second innings, leading by a mere 81 runs at close of play. Ishant, the leading wicket-taker in the three-matc...

3 years ago
India's tech city logs out for Mumbai final

Bangalore, April 2 - As the World Cup cricket final between India and Sri Lanka cruised for an exciting finish in Mumbai late Saturday, India's tech city logged out within a hour after the do-or-die match got underway as frenzied fans, both men and women scrambled to homes, pubs and clubs to watch the action live. In contrast to a bustling weekend when denizens are on the move for an evenin...

3 years ago
Australia trounce minnows Canada by seven wickets

Bangalore, March 16 - Australian openers Shane Watson and Brad Haddin put up 183 runs as the defending champions coasted to a comfortable seven-wicket victory over minnows Canada in a World Cup Group A match here Wednesday. Set to score a modest 212, Watson slammed 94 and Haddin 88 to take the team home in 34.5 overs. Canada, however, had their moments in the match when teenaged Hira...

3 years ago
ICC to sell blocked tickets through ballot

Bangalore, Feb 26 - The International Cricket Council - would sell unused blocked tickets through a ballot system for the remaining World Cup 2011 matches, especially the semi-finals and the final, in view of unprecedented demand from fans, a top official said Saturday. 'We have decided to sell all the unused leased tickets through a ballot system for future matches, especially the semi-fin...

3 years ago
Hauritz doubtful for England series, World Cup

Melbourne, Jan 22 - Australian off-spinner Nathan Hauritz is doubtful to take part on the rest of the One-day series against England or the upcoming World Cup after dislocating his shoulder in Hobart. Hauritz, who is Australia's only spinner named in their World Cup squad, now looks unlikely to be able to make the tournament, which starts next month. Left-arm spinner Xavier Doherty ...

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