Agarkar has won the India Finals of WCGC in BengaluruThe 38-year-old former India international, Ajit Agarkar has once again made the headlines after having won the India Finals of BMR World Corporate Golf Challenge in Bengaluru yesterday. Ajit Agarkar along with his teammate Shabbir Rawjee had played off handicaps 17 and 19 respectively to clinch the prestigious tournament with a total of 62 Stableford points.The Bengaluru-based pair of Manohar
Has MS Dhoni lost his faith in Ravichandran Ashwin?Has MS Dhoni lost his faith in his premier offspinner Ravichandran Ashwin? Well, the question has been doing the rounds since the ICC T20 World Cup 2016 and it seems there is no end to that as in the IPL 2016 too, the offie has not been given his full quota of overs in most of the games.To make matters worse, Ashwin bowled just a single over in Pune’s last game against Royal Chall
Ajit Agarkar at the BMR World Corporate Golf Challenge - Mumbai25 April 2016, Mumbai: Former cricketer, Ajit Agarkar with an individual score of 34, finished as runner-up on Day – I of the Mumbai Leg of BMR World Corporate Golf Challenge held on 22 – 23 April, at Bombay Presidency Golf Course, Mumbai. WCGC is the biggest international corporate golf team event worldwide involving more than 7500 corporate execu
Shreyas Iyer was the highest scorer in the 2015/16 Ranji Trophy seasonMumbai defeated Saurashtra after a one-sided Day 3 of the final of the 2015/16 Ranji Trophy, and past and present players exulted at the team’s continuing domination of India’s premier domestic first class tournament. The MCA announced a Rs. 2 crore award for the victorious Mumbai team.The individual records for the season was also dominated by Mumbai players &ndash
Mumbai have won 40 of the 44 finals they have played inThe Ranji Trophy, the premier domestic first class championship of India, has 27 teams vying for the coveted prize for the 82nd time this year.The Mumbai Team made it to the finals of the Ranji trophy this year, their first time in the last three seasons. Yet, the team’s rich history and success in this tournament is unprecedented. They have participated in 44 finals till 2014 and
Getting out for a duck is one of the biggest nightmares for a batsman, be it an opener or a number 11. It may be difficult for a player to cast sight on a scoreboard which shows a big ‘0’ against his name as it shows that he had no contribution to the team total. However, scoring a duck in a solitary innings is far better than getting consecutive ducks in two or more innings. While lower order batsmen are more prone to regi
India may have made a flying start in the T20 format when they won the inaugural edition of the World Twenty20, but post that their performance in T20 cricket has been quite a mixed bag. However, there have been a number of spectacular displays of individual brilliance by Indian players, both with bat and ball. The bowlers, in particular, have produced some memorable spells in India’s 9-year T20 history. Some of these performances have com
Mitchell Starc is the leading ODI wicket taker in 2015 The first ODI cricket match was played between Australia and England on 5th January 1971. To date, 3703 ODI matches have been played and many records have been created and broken in those ODI matches. We know that cricket is a team game. All the players in the squad have a role to play in the side, even those who don’t make it to the playing eleven. It is the d
The prestigious honours board at the Lord’s pavillion It is every cricketer’s dream to score a hundred or take a 5-wicket haul, at the Mecca of world cricket-The Lord’s. The names of few great cricketers have proudly been displayed on the Lord’s honours board, by virtue of either scoring a brilliant century or for their wicket taking spree. While most names aren’t uncommon, it is however, surprising
Undoubtedly, like many other sports, cricket is also a game of numbers and records. There are many well-known records that most of us have heard of. Many of us know about Bradman’s 99.94 Test average or Sachin’s 100 international centuries. Every cricket fan has an idea about Murali’s international wicket haul or Sir Jack Hobbs first class records. But there are few records that we may have not observed of certain players or te
Ganguly scored a century on his Test debut International cricket is a strange monster. Some started with greatness all over them and never went too far. Some looked mediocre but went on to become greats. Very few looked great, started great and ended great. Much of it is because of the rigors of competitive international cricket which is like the ocean that you can never gauge until you dive into it. Some learn and adapt while some perish.
Tendulkar is currently playing in Cricket All-Stars Series in the United States British Airways were trolled everywhere on social media on Friday after Sachin Tendulkar took to Twitter to express his disappointment with the airline's service while on his visit to the United States. Here’s is a humour filled fake Facebook wall on the incident: Disclaimer: This is a fake presentation and has nothing to do with reali
Sachin Tendulkar and Shane Warne with the Citi Cricket All-Stars Cup 2015 When I first heard about the Cricket All-Stars, the only thing that excited me, being an Indian, was to see Sachin Tendulkar take guard again. But then I saw the line-up with the likes of Warne, Lara, Ganguly, Wasim, McGrath, Walsh, Ambrose, Murali, Kallis and Donald and I thought to myself – this is not just about Sachin, it’s a c
Cricket has been the real winner from the All-Stars event There are two things which have always amused mankind - the past & the future. On one hand, we love to relive old memories and at the same time we want to know about the future. With due regards to the astrologers, for a common man it is not easy to see the future. But the advent of technology has ensured that we can always re-live those wonderful memories of the past with ease.
Rohit Sharma celebrates his century South Africa defeated India by 5 runs in the first one-day international of the 5-match series at the Green Park in Kanpur. Rohit Sharma’s heroic 150 runs went in vain as India failed to successfully chase the 304 runs target set by the Proteas. Rohit almost led India to victory, but the double strike by Tahir changed the equation and South Africa didn’t fail to capitalize on that. Di