Famous Quotes from Ashes Series

The 2015/16 Ashes is nearly upon us as Australia defend the urn against a spirited England.  As we enter into the commencing moments of what is promising to be a hard-fought and competitive series, we bring you the words that put an extra bit of pace on the ball and…

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Silence in the Chaos – Cricket in Pakistan

It is 2011. Two years after international cricket is banned in Pakistan. Right across the Punjab University Law College (PULC), Sheikh continues to run his ancestral ‘kebab’ shop. A small kid is helping him out with the chores at the shop. Shahid, a 7 year old, is serving water and…

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First Anniversary

Today, we celebrate our 1st year venturing into publishing content related to Cricket. In the past one year, we covered content related to IPL, World Cup 2015, Test Series across continents and limited overs cricket. We also ran a Teachers’ day special which got overwhelming support from sports followers. We…

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Will Dadagiri Return To The Indian Dressing Room?

Ask a Manchester United fan about who would have been fit to replace Sir Alex at the top and I am sure Ryan Giggs would be the name often mentioned. When asked the Proteas who they wanted as a coach for AB Devilliers’s Men, and they all said Gary Kirsten. So does…

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Match with Jionet at Wankhede!

  First home game of MI for the season was undoubtedly filled with many hopes and Mumbai Indians have an excellent track record at home and with the crowd support MI stands to win a match from any situation. To top it up, this was going to be a testing…

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The day when we spoke to Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar

Mumbai (or as we say Bombay) has been the hub of cricket over the past four decades. Players like Vengsarkar, Gavaskar, Shastri, Tendulkar, Sharma, Rahane, etc. have been groomed in Bombay cricket culture. The real feel of the Bombay cricket culture is experienced at Shivaji Park, Dadar and Azad Maidan,…

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