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Some Pictures I Have Of The Great Rahul Dravid

Not much more needs to be said about the great man who retired from first class cricket today. As an ambassador for his sport he is virtually without peer. 158 more words


New Tons And The End of an Era

Overnight in Dunedin Graeme Smith and Jacques Kallis added to their long list of hundreds as their 200 run stand took the game away from the hosts. 231 more words


So He's Talking Nonsense, Then....

Virender Sehwag, the Indian skipper for a day (man, what an inspiration he must be – he’s put the hard yards in to be fit (ho ho ho), prefers earning cash in hit and giggle to the grind of test cricket, is a natural talent that will fall apart when he needs reservoirs of technical ability to fall back on, and rows with his captain on the field. 238 more words

The Press Coverage Of Cricket

Chirpy Chirpy Cheap CHEAP!

Australia are discovering India outside of their home land are now a soft touch. They can’t nail you down, and then you can pull away from them when they pack the series in. 1,525 more words

The Press Coverage Of Cricket

The Inexorable Decline Continues

Big Wow! India made 400, thanks to the tail wagging a little more. Still no centuries, leaving Dravid as the only one to pass three figures in the last six away tests, and still no 100th international hundred for Sachin who was dismissed for 80 by Michael Clarke. 765 more words


Indian Mythology

As 2011 draws to a close, let us approach one of those sacred truths cricket commentators around the world seem so keen to lapse into. That is when the Indian cricket team take the field, we should be in awe of their batting line-up. 364 more words


Series Review: When 100 overs a game proved impossible!

Srikrishnan Chandrasekharan

Indian team will be very much pleased with their performance over the last 3 weeks against England in the ODIs. Even though the series score tell us that England beat India 3-0, the psychological feeling of players reveal that the team India played much better cricket than England. 688 more words