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Why we don't need more T20 Cricket

When I was a kid, my mother would tell me that everything in moderation would lead to a happy life. Too much of a good thing really is, too much of a good thing. 552 more words

ICC World Twenty20 India 2016 delivers records across broadcast and digital

·       Event sees increased viewership across key markets

 

·       320 million video views across ICC digital properties and social media pages

 

·       ICC Chief Executive David Richardson: “The ICC World Twenty20 2016 engaged with fans, old and new, like never before” 692 more words

Cricket

#Kohli'fied

Virat Kohli has become synonymous with Indian cricket in the past month. The one man army, it was he who kept  the Indian batting alive in the World Cup.   548 more words

Sports

West Indies win WT20 in thrilling, fast paced finale

On Sunday the 3rd of April I nervously got out of the car with my dad.

After cutting our spontaneous shopping trip short we had just arrived at the community centre to watch the Cricket Finals. 258 more words

Samuel Badree: Arrive, Take wickets, Leave.

The sixth edition of the ICC World T20 has just concluded and I can safely say it has been the greatest one to date.  So many close matches, star performances with the bat and ball, passionate Indian fans and a thrilling final all contributed to a fantastic tournament.   416 more words

Sport

International Day of Sport for Development and Peace

The recently concluded WT20 tournament in which the caribbean nations outclassed the mighty England in the historic Eden Gardens in Kolkata, was a story of that have inspired many to put up a fighting spirit despite problems with their board, money, lack of facilities and infrastructure. 483 more words

Fiinovation

Twenty20 orientated Windies point towards the future

Scenes of West Indies revelling in their historic World Twenty20 triumph should have presented a heart-warming site to any cricket enthusiast, yet the Windies exuberant success has been in many quarters greeted with cynical disdain. 1,010 more words

South Africa