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Phillip Hughes: 63 not out, forever

You have always imagined heartbreaks in cricket to revolve around one team not making a run of the last ball and ending up losing, or a player getting injured and missing out on a crucial match, say, a World Cup final. 565 more words

Cricket

New Castle Lager ad in support for rhinos

Castle Lager, the popular South African beer, have teamed up with one of South Africa’s most loved former cricketers, Mark Boucher to form the Castle Lager Boucher Legacy. 175 more words

M.S. Dhoni, the only constant amidst changes

M.S. Dhoni has been the one constant shield while Indian cricket underwent seismic shifts over the last six years.

The retirement of legends ranging from Anil Kumble (2008) to Sachin Tendulkar (2013) and the inability of the bridge-generation, which featured players like Virender Sehwag and Harbhajan Singh, to step up meant that Dhoni had to single-handedly guide a fresh bunch of players. 553 more words

Sports

The five strangest cricket injuries

With Ben Stokes being ruled out of the World Twenty20 after fracturing his hand striking a locker, we look at some of the stranger injuries to happen to cricketers. 312 more words

Ben Stokes

Threats of punched faces and broken arms? It's just not cricket...or is it?

It’s a lovely day out on a beautiful summer’s day is cricket.  The excited murmur of the crowd as the players enter the field.  Members quaffing down copious amounts of champagne whilst discussing which bow tie they wore to “a dear friend’s” dinner party the previous evening.   629 more words

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