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NJSBCL-For the love of the game
Player M R B 4s 6s
Imran Raja 19 468 296 18 45
Thejas Krishnegowda 16 433 322 21 39
Tauseef Ahmed. 20 424 573 11 8
prit patel 16 412 323 13 34
Vikram Chatur 17 400 411 28 19
Harsha Khandige 16 393 359 24 13
Dhaval Patel 18 376 306 17 29
Nirav Patel 20 370 209 13 41
Rajan Selvamani 17 364 294 27 21
SaGgY PaTeL 20 361 195 4 43
Player M O W R M
Santosh Thanekar 18 68 49 224 3
Parimal Patel 17 63.3 47 280 3
Kaushik Bangera 17 61.5 45 225 3
Jaimin (Jin) patel 17 60.2 43 248 4
Dileep Kumar Katipelli 19 68 43 420 2
Sheshank Reddy 18 62 43 242 4
Vinay Nair 16 56.4 42 251 7
Nikhil Patel 18 63.4 41 272 3
Sagar Patel 18 58.2 40 238 3
Ketan Shah 19 59.5 37 240 1


Why Indian players are at disadvantage amid lockdown - Indian players could be at a 'physical disadvantage' due to lack of enough training space during the COVID-19 pandemic lockdown, feels team's former physiotherapist John Gloster.

India's family structure helps in coping mentally - Mental health issues of sports-persons is now a serious topic and recently Australia coach Justin Langer advocated the need to keep a tab on the younger lot as to how they are coping up with trying times.

Kohli is boss of Indian cricket: Shastri - Head coach Ravi Shastri has called Virat Kohli the 'boss' of Indian cricket and said the support staff is there to 'take the burden off' the skipper.

No Kohli, no Gayle: Hogg picks best powerplay batsmen - Former Australian spin wizard Brad Hogg has picked Suresh Raina as one of the best powerplay players in the Indian Premier League as he feels that the left-handed batsman has revived Chennai Super Kings' innings on numerous occasions.

SEE: Kohli gets a haircut from Anushka in quarantine - On Saturday, Anushka Sharma, shared a video on Twitter in which she can be seen giving a new haircut to her husband. The video ends with Virat Kohli saying, "Beautiful haircut, by my wife."

Ongoing break a welcome rest for players: Shastri - Sport coming to a standstill owing to the COVID-19 pandemic is a 'welcome rest' for India cricketers, feels head coach Ravi Shastri, who has spent barely 10-11 days at home since leaving for the World Cup last May.

MS Dhoni gets trolled, wife Sakshi responds - Social media has been flooded with comments about MS Dhoni's contribution. Sakshi Dhoni tweeted, "I request all media houses to stop carrying out false news at sensitive times like these ! Shame on You ! I wonder where responsible journalism has disappeared!"

Former NZ cricketer gets emotional after raising money - New Zealand pacer Iain O'Brien who now lives in the UK, was in New Zealand to deal with his mental health issues but his month-long trip was disrupted after countries went into a lockdown mode and borders were closed to control the rapidly-spreading coronavirus. After three of his flights were cancelled, O'Brien decided to seek donations to arrange the money for his ticket.

'Dhoni will get last chance even if IPL is cancelled' - IPL had already been postponed to April 15, is on the verge of cancellation with the country in a 21-day national lockdown. MS Dhoni's childhood coach Keshav Ranjan Banerjee remains hopeful that the ageing cricketing hero will find a place in India's T20 World Cup.

Pls follow social distancing: Kohli's heartfelt appeal - Virat Kohli went on to say that over the past few days, he has seen some people still taking to the streets, and added that if people still continue to venture out, then they are not being honest with the country.

'Picking up new hobbies', says Bumrah amid lockdown - Jasprit Bumrah said that he is using the time to pick up some new hobbies along the way. He can be seen doing some gardening.

'IPL best tournament to prepare for T20 World Cup' - Australia head coach Justin Langer feels the Indian Premier League is an excellent platform to prepare for the T20 World Cup but conceded that health is paramount as the the T20 league may become another casualty of the COVID-19 pandemic. The 13th edition of IPL was originally scheduled to start on March 29 in Mumbai but it was postponed to April 15 to contain the spread of the COVID-19 pandemic, which has killed more than 24,000 people worldwide.

Tendulkar donates Rs 50 lakh to fight COVID-19 - India's cricketing great Sachin Tendulkar on Friday donated Rs 50 lakh to fight the COVID-19 pandemic, which has so far claimed 17 Indian lives and wreaked havoc globally. Tendulkar's donation is so far the biggest contribution among India's leading sportspersons, some of whom have pledged their salaries while a few others have donated medical equipment to fight the dreaded outbreak, which has caused more than 24,000 deaths globally.

Bored during lockdown? ICC has help at hand - ICC events dating back to 1975 including the men's and women's ICC Cricket World Cups and T20 World Cups, the Champions Trophy as well as the U-19 World Cups have been made available.

'Let life get back to normal, then we'll talk of IPL' - The opener was responding to questions during an Instagram chat with teammate Yuzvendra Chahal.

Assam Cricket offers stadium for quarantine centre - "ACA will provide every possible support to the state government to fight the novel coronavirus outbreak during this critical juncture."

SEE: Sachin urges people to follow govt advice - 'The government is working with health experts and only they can help you recover in the best possible manner. So, it is important that we all follow their advice'

Staying home is like 'nirvana' for Aus cricketers - Staying home during the national lockdown to contain the coronavirus is like "nirvana" for Australian cricketers as they generally have to live out of a suitcase, head coach Justin Langer has said. Australian cricket is in its off-season and has been largely insulated from the impact of the coronavirus outbreak, which has suspended all of the country's major sporting competitions that run during the autumn and winter.

Cricket World Cup qualifiers postponed due to COVID-19 - The International Cricket Council (ICC) said on Thursday that all qualifying events for the 2021 Twenty20 World Cup and 50-overs version in 2023 that were scheduled to be held before June 30 have been postponed due to the coronavirus pandemic. The flu-like virus has infected more than 470,800 people around the world and killed over 21,200 so far, since appearing in China at the end of last year.

Williamson lauds healthcare workers battling COVID-19 - Lauding his country's doctors and healthcare workers battling the coronavirus pandemic, New Zealand captain Kane Williamson on Thursday said these are the people who truly understand what it means to be under pressure -- a word so often thrown around in sports. Writing in New Zealand Herald, Williamson addressed the doctors, nurses and caregivers who are on the front-line to battle the deadly outbreak, which has claimed more than 21,000 lives globally.

Mithali wants women's IPL to start from next year - The Board of Control for Cricket in India should not "wait forever" to start the women's Indian Premier League, said India women's ODI captain Mithali Raj, urging the BCCI to make it happen next year on a smaller scale before gradually developing it.

Buttler would 'least like' to self-isolate with Ashwin - England wicketkeeper-batsman Jos Buttler is hoping for at least a curtailed IPL this season, aware that it would be difficult to conduct the "massive tournament" in the wake of COVID-19 pandemic. The league was originally scheduled to start on March 29 in Mumbai but it was postponed to April 15 to contain the spread of the coronavirus, which has claimed more than 21,000 lives across the globe.

COVID-19: Pakistan cricketers to donate Rs 5 million - Pakistan's centrally-contracted cricketers will contribute Rs 5 million to the national government's emergency fund to combat the coronavirus pandemic. Pakistan Cricket Board Chairman Ehsan Mani on Wednesday said apart from centrally-contracted players contributing Rs 5 million, the employees in the board, up to the senior manager level, will contribute their one day's salary.

Stokes gearing up for IPL despite coronavirus lockdown - England all-rounder Ben Stokes says he is working hard to stay in shape for next month's Indian Premier League, even though he knows the tournament is unlikely to go ahead. Stokes is one of the 13 England players due to feature in the lucrative franchise-based Twenty20 competition, which has been postponed to April 15 due to the coronavirus pandemic.

Was hoping my arm was broken during World Cup: Maxwell - As much as support was great, it was also so confronting...I wanted to go further into my little hole and not come out. I felt like I was letting a lot of people down, I felt like I was taking an easy-out, I didn't know what I was doing, revealed the Australian all-rounder, who had taken a break from international cricket last October for issues related to mental health.

Iyer can't wait to don Test whites - Shreyas, who is also the skipper of Delhi Capitals in the Indian Premier League, appreciates Ricky Ponting's coaching style.

'Sport is farthest from your mind at this point' - Sport is now the last thing on Harbhajan Singh's mind and as the world grapples with the coronavirus pandemic, the cricketer is spending time tracking updates on the unprecedented crisis and hoping that this too shall pass.

Ganguly to donate rice worth Rs 50 lakh to poor - There have been 600 confirmed cases across India and 10 reported deaths as the world's second most populous country's Coronavirus graph rose.

'Talented' Pant needs mind coach: Hogg - 'He has got too much talent to know what to do with'

How B'desh cricketers are helping to fight COVID-19 - 27 Bangladesh cricketers will be donating half their monthly salaries to fight the pandemic.

Can Pandit replicate Vidarbha success with MP? - India's most successful journeyman domestic coach Chandrakant Pandit will take over as the new coach of Madhya Pradesh in the next season after completing three eventful years with Vidarbha in which they won back-to-back Ranji Trophy and Irani Cup titles. In fact, Pandit during the final phase of his career played as a professional for Madhya Pradesh after successful time with Mumbai followed by Assam for a few years.

BCCI to 'wait and watch' before taking decision on IPL - The Board of Control for Cricket in India has decided to 'wait and watch' how the current situation amid the coronavirus crisis evolves and will accordingly decide the next course of action regarding the upcoming season of the Indian Premier League, a BCCI source said on Wednesday.

SEE: 'Please stay at home', Kohli, Sachin urge people - Virat Kohli, Sachin Tendulkar and several other cricketers urged people to stay at home and said that this 'simple task' can save millions of lives.

Will the IPL be scrapped? - The BCCI should consider postponing the IPL, says Kings XI Punjab's owner Ness Wadia even as BCCI president Sourav Ganguly says 'status quo remains'.

Lesson for us that we take game too seriously: Ashwin - The complete lockdown of country in wake of coronavirus is perhaps nature's way of reminding that at times sportsperson take the game too seriously when there are far bigger things in life, says India spinner Ravichandran Ashwin. The novel coronavirus pandemic has so far claimed 11 Indian lives along with more than 500 positive cases with global death toll crossing 16,000.

Don't have an answer right now on IPL, says Ganguly - BCCI president Sourav Ganguly on Tuesday said he "doesn't have an answer" on the fate of this year's Indian Premier League amid a nationwide lockdown to combat the coronavirus pandemic. The Board of Control for Cricket in India suspended the 13th edition of IPL, originally scheduled from March 29, to April 15 after government suspended all visas, barring few categories like diplomatic and employment, making it impossible for foreign players to participate.

SEE: David Warner hones his catching skills at home - Australia opening batsman David Warner is honing his catching skills using a tennis ball at home as the whole world has been sent in a lockdown due to the coronavirus pandemic. The left-handed batsman posted a video on his Instagram account where he can be seen playing using a tennis racquet to hit the ball into the wall and catches the return with one hand.

Never thought I'd see my city like this: Ganguly - Sourav Ganguly said the empty roads in his home city Kolkata, owing to a nationwide lockdown to contain the COVID-19 pandemic, are the kind of scenes he never thought he would witness in his lifetime.

Stokes or Pandya -- who is the better all-rounder? - Former Australian spin wizard Brad Hogg believes that England cricketer Ben Stokes is a better all-rounder than Hardik Pandya. Pandya has always drawn comparisons with Stokes as the two all-rounders are explosive with the bat and also capable pace bowlers.

Ex-New Zealand pacer O'Brien fears for wife's life - Struggling to find a flight to get back to his family in the United Kingdom, former Zealand pacer Iain O'Brien says he is worried about his wife's health as she has a lung condition, which puts her at great risk in the rapidly-spreading coronavirus pandemic. The 43-year-old from Wellington, who now lives with his wife Rosie and two kids -- Alethea and Zain -- in the UK, was in New Zealand to deal with some mental health issues that he has been working on.

Exclusive! How We Won the Ranji Trophy! - 'We are not the best side in domestic cricket, we are not the best side in terms of skill sets or in terms of match-winners, but I think we are the best when it comes to being a unit, when it comes to playing like a family.'

Pandya's unique birthday gift for brother Krunal - India all-rounder Hardik Pandya gifted his brother Krunal a 'zero calorie cake filled with love' amid the coronavirus pandemic. In a picture posted on Instagram, Hardik can be seen feeding Krunal, who turned 29 on Tuesday, an imaginary piece of cake as the duo are spending some quality time together in isolation.

IPL dilemma amid Covid-19: BCCI cancels con call - IPL is staring at a possible cancellation due to the deadly outbreak, which has led to more than 16,000 deaths globally. India, which has reported over 400 cases and nine deaths so far, is in a lockdown till March 31 to contain the pandemic.

Gambhir's warning: Stay indoors or go to jail - The cricketer-turned-politician urged the public to stay home as 'We are fighting for our existence, not for our livelihood'.

CSA gives Du Plessis new contract - CSA have however not handed players a final contract

Coronavirus: Lanka cricket board to contribute Rs 25m - SLC has already postponed all domestic cricket tournaments until further notice.

See: Pathan brothers help in fight against Coronavirus - The Pathan brothers have donated 4000 masks to a charitable trust that will then distribute them to the needy.

'My stars are aligned at the moment' - 'I am confident of my skills more than ever.'

'Will appeal to SC to let Ganguly continue for 3 yrs' - The original petitioner in the 2013 Indian Premier League spot-fixing case Aditya Verma will appeal to the Supreme Court to exempt BCCI president Sourav Ganguly's compulsory three-year cooling off period which starts in July. As per the new BCCI constitution based on Justice Rajendra Mal Lodha committee's reforms, any person who has been an office bearer in state as well as BCCI for consecutive period of six years will have to go for compulsory cooling off period of three years.

'Rahul is the right fit for No 5 slot in ODIs' - Former India cricketer Sanjay Manjrekar believes K L Rahul is most suitable for the number five position in the batting order in the ODIs but suggested that the team management must look for batsmen like Suresh Raina and Yuvraj Singh. KL Rahul had batted in the middle-order in the home ODIs against Australia in January earlier this year with success and then continued his good form in the limited-overs series in New Zealand.

Suresh Raina and Priyanka blessed with a baby boy - Indian batsman Suresh Raina and his wife Priyanka Raina on Monday were blessed with a baby boy. The official handle of CSK also tweeted about the news and wrote, " Kutti Thala is here! Lots of #Yellove and #WhistlePodu to@_PriyankaCRaina and @ImRaina for the newest addition to the #superfamily. "

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