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Women's WT20: India warm-up with 2-run win over WI - India's star-studded top four failed to fire against the West Indies, but Shikha Pandey's late show hauled them up to 107 and they defended it superbly, Poonam Yadav starring with the ball to earn a two-run win.
Now, see the 'real' Yuvraj Singh in a web series - Former India cricketer Yuvraj Singh is set to star in a web series along with his brother Zoravar Singh and wife, actor Hazel Keech. Zoravar will play the lead in the web series and their mother Shabnam Singh will also be associated with the project, production banner's Nita Sarma said in Guwahati.
Limited DRS use for Ranji semi-finals - "We will be using the technology which is available to us. We are looking at a very limited use of the DRS. We don't have snickometer and ball tracking. We have red zone and we have spin vision and we will try and give whatever is available to umpires for them to decide," said general manager of cricket Saba Karim.
Trump to open world's biggest cricket stadium in Motera - With capacity for 110,000 spectators, the Motera Stadium will dislodge the Melbourne Cricket Ground as the world's largest cricket stadium.
'Bumrah will have massive impact on NZ Test series' - Former New Zealand fast bowler Shane bond reckons all teams will now identify Jasprit Bumrah, who went wicket-less in the just-concluded T20I series, 'as a risk and attack others'.
Bond hoping Hardik gets some cricket before IPL - Mumbai Indians bowling coach Shane Bond wants all-rounder Hardik Pandya, who is recovering from surgery on his back, to play a few matches before the Indian Premier League, beginning March 29.
Check out IPL-13 schedule - Defending Indian Premier League champions Mumbai Indians will host three-time winners Chennai Super Kings in the first match of this year's edition on March 29. The IPL will run six days longer than last year, it added, with the extra days necessitated by the decision to do away with double-headers on Saturdays, limiting them to only Sundays.
A special century for Kiwi veteran Taylor - Veteran New Zealand batsman Ross Taylor doesn't rule out playing the 2023 ODI World Cup but says his form, fitness and motivation level at the end of next year will decide whether he actually manages a place in the squad. The 35-year-old will become the first cricketer in the world to complete 100 games across three international formats when he steps out for the first Test against India at Basin Reserve on February 21.
Fit-again Boult sets sight on Kohli's wicket - There are no half measures for fit-again New Zealand pace spearhead Trent Boult who is ready to challenge India captain Virat Kohli on his return to international cricket during the two-Test series starting in Wellington on Friday. Boult was out of action for the past six weeks due to a fracture on his right hand sustained during the Boxing Day Test against Australia and missed out on the limited-overs leg of the India series.
PIX: Tendulkar wins best Laureus sporting moment - Sachin Tendulkar being lifted on the shoulders of his team-mates after their World Cup triumph at home in 2011 was voted the Laureus best sporting moment in the last 20 years. With the backing of Indian cricket fans, Tendulkar got the maximum number of votes to emerge winner on on Monday.
Kings XI to acquire St Lucia franchise of CPL - St Lucia Zouks is one of the six teams competing in the CPL. The team is led by former West Indies captain Darren Sammy.
SA recall Du Plessis, Rabada for Australia T20s - Also included is fast bowler Anrich Nortje, but in-form opening batsman Temba Bavuma will have to prove his fitness after injuring his hamstring against England on Sunday.
Winning T20 WC will be big for us: Harmanpreet - India captain Harmanpreet Kaur conceded on Monday that the void left by legends like Mithali Raj and Jhulan Goswami is not easy to fill, but asserted that her young side has grown substantially to be a top contender for this month's women's T20 World Cup.
What playing for India means for this young pacer - Fast bowler Navdeep Saini said representing India was a life-changing moment for him and he will look to continue his dream of playing at the highest level after getting a maiden Test call-up for the two-match series against New Zealand.
New Indian selectors by end of New Zealand tour: CAC - BCCI's Cricket Advisory Committee (CAC) member Madan Lal said two new selectors will be in office by the time the national team's tour of New Zealand winds up early next month. Former India cricketers Rudra Pratap Singh and Sulkashana Naik are the other two members of the CAC, which has been tasked to find replacements for outgoing chairman of selectors MSK Prasad and his fellow panel member Gagan Khoda.
Can Shardul's 'passion' help India win T20 WC? - Pacer Shardul Thakur gave away plenty of runs in the recent One-day Internationals against the Black Caps and faced criticism for his wayward bowling. For now though he has his eyes set on the showpiece event in Australia later this year.
When Harbhajan, Kaif caught up with the Big Boss - Former India cricketers Harbhajan Singh and Mohammad Kaif gave the fans some 'good news' when they appeared on the popular television show Big Boss hosted by Bollywood superstar Salman Khan. The Road Safety World Series will see some of the biggest legends of the game take on each other in a five-nation T20 tournament featuring India, West Indies, Australia, South Africa and Sri Lanka
Day-night Test in Aus new challenge for India: Waugh - Australian legend Steve Waugh exhorted the modern-day greats to embrace day-night Tests and lauded India for accepting the "challenge" of playing with the pink-ball during their tour Down Under later this year. India played their maiden day-night Test against Bangladesh last November at the Eden Gardens in Kolkata, winning the match quite comfortably with plenty of time to spare.
India-NZ ODI series: Meet Most Valuable Players - Srinivas Bhogle and Purnendu Maji list the Most Valuable Players of the India-New Zealand ODI series.
'You need to be courageous while bowling to Kohli' - Virat Kohli has, in the past, been dismissed a number of times by leg-spinners but New Zealand spinner Ish Sodhi doesn't find any distinct weakness in the Indian captain's game. Although he is only 27, Sodhi will be seen in a new role of spin consultant for Rajasthan Royals in the Indian Premier League starting next month, apart from learning about the financial and operational side of franchise management.
'Selfless' du Plessis quits as South Africa captain - Senior batsman Faf du Plessis on Monday stepped down as captain of South Africa's Test and T20I teams with immediate effect. Du Plessis, who gave away the ODI captaincy to wicket-keeper Quinton de Kock, for the recent series against England, said he took the decision to help South Africa start a new era.
'Sundar dost': Kohli goofs around with Shaw, Shami - As the three-day practice game against New Zealand XI came to an end on Sunday, India captain Virat Kohli had his fans bursting with laughter as he posted a funny picture on social media. Kohli posed along with his team mates Prithvi Shaw and Mohammed Shami as the trio were seen giving goofy expressions in the picture.
Will retired de Villiers get T20 World Cup call up? - The retired AB de Villiers will be considered for a place in the South African T20 World Cup squad only if he shows good form and proves himself to be the "best man for the job", says the team's head coach Mark Boucher. Soon after taking charge as South Africa's head coach in December last year, Boucher said he may try to persuade a few recent retirees, including de Villiers, to return to the South Africa squad ahead of the T20 World Cup to be held in Australia in October-November.
Fit-again Boult called up for India Tests - New Zealand pace spearhead Trent Boult has recovered from a broken hand to be included in the 13-player squad to face India in the two-Test series, as selectors swung the axe following the dismal tour of Australia. Left-armer Boult broke his right hand in the Boxing Day Test against Australia in December but is fit for the first Test against India starting at the Basin Reserve in Wellington on Friday.
Magnificent Morgan guides England to T20 series win - Captain Eoin Morgan scored a brilliant unbeaten 57 from 22 balls as England chased down a massive victory target of 223 to win the final Twenty20 International against South Africa on Sunday and secure a 2-1 series triumph.
India to play day-night Test in Australia - While the venue has not been finalised yet, the pink ball game is likely to be held either in Adelaide or Perth. Hosting the game in one of these venues makes sense given the better time slot for the Indian broadcast audience.
Conflict complaint against Kapil Dev shot down - Jain had earlier rendered the complaint infructuous against Shantha Rangaswamy and Anshuman Gaekwad in December after they also stepped down from their multiple posts.
'Stoinis, Pattinson's homophobic slurs disappointing' - Megan Schutt is upset with her male counterparts James Pattinson and Marcus Stoinis' recent homophobic slurs.
Women's T20 WC warm-up tie between Ind-Pak washed out - Heavy downpour resulted in the match being called off
IPL opener: Mumbai Indians to face CSK on March 29 - The Indian Premier League will release the schedule for the knockouts later, but the final is scheduled for May 24.
Mayank ready for Test after testing time - Mayank Agarwal refused to fret over what went wrong during his wretched run on the tour of New Zealand which finally ended with a morale-boosting 81 in a warm-up game, in Hamilton, on Sunday.
Agarwal, Pant back among the runs in NZ XI draw - Mayank Agarwal finally found some form going his way and Rishabh Pant mixed caution with his customary aggression as India's warm-up fixture against New Zealand XI ended in a draw, in Hamilton, on Sunday.
Ishant passes fitness test, to join Indian team in NZ - Senior India fast bowler Ishant Sharma on Saturday passed the fitness test at the National Cricket Academy in Bengaluru and will now join the team in New Zealand for the two-match Test series starting on February 21. Ishant is expected to fly to Wellington for the first Test.
Ranji roundup: J and K enter quarter-finals despite loss - Jammu and Kashmir made it to the quarter-finals of the Ranji Trophy despite suffering a two-wicket defeat at the hands of Haryana in their final Group C match in Jammu on Saturday. In the quarter-finals to be played from February 20 to 24, Saurashtra will be up against Andhra, Karnataka will face Jammu and Kashmir, Bengal will take on Odisha and Gujarat will square off against Goa.
ICC Test Championship bigger than World Cup: Pujara - India's Test specialist Cheteshwar Pujara said winning the ICC Test Championship will be a much bigger achievement than claiming an ODI or T20 World Cup title. Pujara also hailed ICC's decision to introduce World Test Championship, saying it has made the traditional format of the game more competitive.
How IPL contributes to growth of New Zealand cricket - The decision to create a separate window for IPL has played a massive role in qualitative growth of New Zealand cricketers, believes former seamer and current national selector Gavin Larsen. Another practical reason of having an IPL window is fear of attrition, considering that the cricketing talent pool in a country like New Zealand would be limited with a population of barely 5 million.
The agenda of BCCI's apex council meeting... - Finalising calendar for the 2020-21 home season of the Indian cricket team, appointment of ethics officer and release of funds to Indian Cricketers' Association (ICA) will be among the items on agenda at BCCI's second Apex Council meeting, in New Delhi, on Sunday. The Apex Council, which had its first and only meeting so far on November 30, is required to meet at least once in three months.
Women's T20 WC: 'India's top four must bat deeper' - Smriti Mandhana, teenaged duo of Shafali Verma and Jemima Rodrigues and captain Harmanpreet Kaur headline what Australia coach Matthew Mott described as the most feared batting line-up in the tournament.
Bumrah, Shami get cracking for NZ first Test - Jasprit Bumrah and Mohammed Shami gave an exhibition of high-quality fast bowling on Saturday, on Day 2 of India's warm-up match against New Zealand XI, sending a warning signal for the home team ahead of first Test in Wellington.
U-19 WC star Jaiswal reveals reason behind his success - Yashasvi Jaiswal, India's batting star at the Under-19 World Cup, says practising on astro-turf pitches before the tournament helped him excel on the bouncy tracks in South Africa. Jaiswal was also the highest run-getter in the tournament with 400 runs in six innings, including an unbeaten hundred against Pakistan in the semi-final.
Shami comes to pace partner Bumrah's defence - "How can people forget Jasprit Bumrah's numerous match-winning performances just after a couple of indifferent ODI games?" asked a miffed Mohammed Shami on Saturday to counter the criticism levelled at his new ball partner. Bumrah went wicketless in all three of India's defeats against New Zealand in the ODIs with questions being raised over his performance.
PIX: England beat SA in last-ball thriller, level series - South Africa needed three off the last two balls but Tom Curran, who had just been smashed for 12 runs in three by Dwaine Pretorius, got him lbw then had Bjorn Fortuin caught off the final ball to cap off a day of almost unrelenting excitement and set up a thrilling decider in Centurion on Sunday.
Show respect to Smith and Warner: CSA boss tells fans - Cricket South Africa's interim chief executive Jacques Faul has requested South African fans to 'respect' Steve Smith and David Warner
'International cricket will return in Pakistan soon' - Sangakkara lauded the steps that have been taken in Pakistan over the past few years to encourage teams and players to play in the country.
Shoaib Malik reveals when he will retire - Malik said that he just wanted to avail every opportunity available to him now to do well for his country.
'Let Dhoni take a call on his retirement' - The BCCI has a policy in place that a cricketer has to take a call on when to take retirement, IPL chairman Rajiv Shukla said
Conservative approach means no Ferguson for India Test - The squad for the two Tests against India is set to be named on February 17, with the opening match starting four days later in Wellington on February 21.
Ranji: Bengal, Karnataka make quarters; Delhi out - A round-up of Ranji matches played on Friday.
South Africa cricket team cancels Pakistan tour - 'The reason was not security but the commitments of the players'
Dhoni is talented wildlife photographer. Here's proof - MS Dhoni shared growling glimpse of tiger from Kanha visit
ICC T20 rankings: Smriti Mandhana rises to 4th - Smriti Mandhana, on Friday, rose three rungs to fourth but Jemimah Rodrigues dropped to seventh in the latest ICC women's T20 International rankings
LAKSH XI vs NJ Stars Cricket Club - Sat,Sep 30 Nj Stars Won.
NJ Tigers vs Pway Lions - Sat,Sep 30 NJ Tigers advance to the Semi Finals!!!
The Legends vs Piscataway CC - Sat,Sep 30 The Legends Won By 3 Wickets.
Shaheen CC vs Jersey Boys - Sat,Sep 30 JB won by 24 Runs and Enter the Semifinals!!!
Super Kings vs Kallol of NJ - Sat,Sep 23
CHAMPIONS LEAUGE TWENTY20, 2012/13
CHAMPIONS LEAUGE TWENTY20, 2012/13