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Chris Harris finds stolen debut Test cap after a decade
Chris Harris finds stolen debut Test cap after a decade

Chris Harris made his Test debut Sri Lanka at Moratuwa in 1992Former New Zealand all-rounder, Chris Harris got his debut Test cap back a decade after it was stolen from his house. His cap, along with two cricket balls, were put up for auction on Trade Me on 5 May.The former Blackcaps cricketer was alerted to the trade, which led to the return of his debut Test cap. He made his Test debut Sri Lanka at Moratuwa in 1992 and was handed the

May 5 2016
Australia retains top ODI position following annual update
Australia retains top ODI position following annual update

A good showing in the World T20 has propelled the Kiwis into top spotICC Cricket World Cup 2015 finalists Australia and New Zealand have retained the top two positions on the MRF Tyres ICC ODI Team Rankings following the annual update. Results from 2012-13 have been dropped, while results from 2014-15 have been reduced to a weighting of 50 per cent. Australia, which won its fifth World Cup title in Melbourne last year, is now sitting on 124

May 4 2016
Sourav Ganguly eager to host day-night Tests at the Eden Gardens
Sourav Ganguly eager to host day-night Tests at the Eden Gardens

Ganguly could propose Eden Gardens as India’s inaugural day-night Test venueAt a time when day-night Tests are rapidly gaining traction, Cricket Association of Bengal (CAB) President Sourav Ganguly has advocated the idea to utilize Eden Gardens as a potential venue for hosting pink-ball matches.In an experiment to test the feasibility of the ground conditions, Indian Express reported the organization opting to schedule the final of the Inte

May 4 2016
5 90s batsmen we would have loved to watch in the IPL
5 90s batsmen we would have loved to watch in the IPL

Twenty20 is no longer all fun and games, and now as the game has evolved, it has occupied the imagination of the cricketing world all around. Some might even argue this format is best suited to spread the game all around the globe.The players who play the game have now realised that they have to be right on the money at all times or else they will be exposed and their skills need to be sharp throughout the game.Having said that, there are some cu

May 3 2016
ICC Test Rankings: Australia stretches lead over India following annual update
ICC Test Rankings: Australia stretches lead over India following annual update

Australia have now 118 points, whereas India have 112Australia has opened up a six-point gap over India at the top of the MRF Tyres ICC Test Team Rankings following the annual update with the results from 2012-13 no longer included in the calculations and outcomes from the 2014-15 series weighted at 50 percent.India now leads third-placed Pakistan by just one point. Pakistan has benefitted from the annual update as defeat against South

Best batsmen in the world across all formats (based on ICC Rankings)
Best batsmen in the world across all formats (based on ICC Rankings)

Steve Smith may be injured but he is the No.1 ranked Test batsman. AB de Villiers is the top ODI batsman and Virat Kohli tops the charts as far as T20Is are concerned. But who is the best batsman across all formats?Although the ICC have an individual ranking for each of the formats, they don’t have a combined ranking to determine the best batsmen in the world across all formats. If they did, what would that look like?Well, here&rs

May 2 2016
Bangladesh - Ireland - New Zealand ODI tri-series set for 2017
Bangladesh - Ireland - New Zealand ODI tri-series set for 2017

Action during the Bangladesh – New Zealand game during the 2015 World Cup.Bangladesh are set to play a tri-nation One-Day series against hosts Ireland and New Zealand prior to the Champions Trophy next year.The teams will play two matches each in the series. The dates and venues are yet to be confirmed, but the series is likely to be held in May 2017, reports bdnews24.com."Our discussion with Ireland is almost in the final stages. The

Apr 28 2016
New Zealand confirm Williamson as skipper
New Zealand confirm Williamson as skipper

Cricket - England v New Zealand - World Twenty20 cricket tournament semi-final - New Delhi, India - 30/03/2016. New Zealand's captain Kane Williamson runs between the wickets. REUTERS/Adnan AbidiWELLINGTON (Reuters) - New Zealand Cricket (NZC) confirmed on Thursday that top-order batsman Kane Williamson will take over the captaincy in all three formats of the game following the retirement of Brendon McCullum.The 25-year-old had been expected

Apr 28 2016
New Zealand Cricket discusses the possibility of playing day-night Test in India
New Zealand Cricket discusses the possibility of playing day-night Test in India

New Zealand played the first-ever day-night test match against Australia in AdelaideNew Zealand Cricket (NZC) on Tuesday announced the possibility of their playing a day-night Test match with the pink ball during their tour of India later this year. Indian cricket board officials raised New Zealand eyebrows late last week with their announcement that they ''will" play one of New Zealand's tests during their visit under light

Apr 26 2016
5 instances when captains argued with umpires
5 instances when captains argued with umpires

England captain Alastair Cook during an argument with the umpires In the game of cricket, umpires have the highest authority to judge all the on-field aspects of the game. According to the laws of cricket, umpires can make their decisions and the players have to accept it without any question.However, umpires are also human beings and they also make errors but that is to be expected. While in most cases a controversial umpiring decision

Apr 26 2016
5 memorable performances by cricketers on their birthdays
5 memorable performances by cricketers on their birthdays

Sachin took out the Australia bowling attack on his birthdayPlaying and performing for their country is the ultimate dream of all cricketers and if they contribute to team’s success on their birthdays it makes it all the more special. There have been numerous incidents in cricket where cricketers have given themselves a gift by putting up memorable performances.Here is a look at such unique incidents:5. Yuvraj Singh’s all-round heroic

Apr 26 2016
Watch: Spectator wins $4,000 for taking incredible diving catch in New Zealand
Watch: Spectator wins $4,000 for taking incredible diving catch in New Zealand

One of the most exciting sights during a cricket match is when spectators attempt to catch a ball in the stands. The emergence of T20 cricket has given spectators a better chance to showcase their catching skills due to the rampant hitting by the batsmen. While some of the viewers don’t succeed in their attempts, others pull off incredible catches. An instance of a brilliant catch by a fan was witnessed in 2014 when Andrew Mc

Apr 25 2016
India to play their first day-night Test against New Zealand this year
India to play their first day-night Test against New Zealand this year

India will play its first day-night Test match later this yearIn exciting news that is coming in, the India cricket team will make its day-night Test debut against the Kiwis later this year.“We have decided that we will play one day-night Test match with pink ball against New Zealand later this year. Before that Duleep Trophy will act as a dress rehearsal for the day-night Test match,” BCCI secretary Anurag Thakur told a select gather

Apr 21 2016
Cricket Australia releases 2016/17 summer schedule
Cricket Australia releases 2016/17 summer schedule

2016 is the first year that Perth will host the first Test of the summerCricket Australia (CA) on Wednesday released its summer schedule of cricket, with four nations to tour Australia over 41 days of international cricket.South Africa, New Zealand, Pakistan and Sri Lanka will all make the trip Down Under, with the Proteas to play Australia in a three-Test series during November, while Pakistan will also contest three Tests through December and J

Apr 20 2016
Dale Steyn and AB de Villiers at odds on playing day-night Test
Dale Steyn and AB de Villiers at odds on playing day-night Test

AB De Villiers and Dale Steyn are at odds about South Africa playing the day-night TestSouth Africa's star players AB de Villiers and Dale Steyn appear to have contrasting views on playing a day-night test with the pink- ball against Australia, which is scheduled to be played in November this year.Saying that the conditions would be a drawback for their players, South Africa expressed their reluctance to play the day-night Test in Adelai

Apr 20 2016
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