- Crossing a boundary - The Economist (blog)
acing="7" style="vertical-align:top;">The Economist (blog)Crossing a boundaryThe Economist (blog)Yet while the number of sports in the Games has grown, cricket, reckoned by some to be the world's second most popular sport, will not be among them. Indeed, it has featured only once: in the 1900 Games, when Devon and Somerset Wanderers, ...and more »
- Maasai Cricket Warriors bring change one game at a time - News24
acing="7" style="vertical-align:top;">News24Maasai Cricket Warriors bring change one game at a timeNews24This particular fielder however, and the team he plays for, are unique for reasons beyond the game of cricket itself. "The Maasai Cricket Warriors is the warriors' team. We play cricket and we play with our traditional clothes," captain Sonyanga Ole ...
- Cricket league flourishes in Schenectady - Albany Times Union
acing="7" style="vertical-align:top;">Albany Times UnionCricket league flourishes in SchenectadyAlbany Times UnionAlbany Highlanders' bowler Ashok Adikooppula, right, releases the ball during their semifinal cricket game against Uprising on Saturday, Aug. 22, 2015, at Grout Athletic Field in Schenectady, N.Y. Uprising batters are Amit Dinaram, left, and Gavin ...
- PCA survey urges fewer domestic games to raise standards - BBC Sport
acing="7" style="vertical-align:top;">BBC SportPCA survey urges fewer domestic games to raise standardsBBC SportThe England and Wales Cricket Board are currently reviewing the domestic game. Currently, each of the 18 counties is scheduled to play 16 four-day games, eight 50-over matches and 14 Twenty20 games - not taking into account later rounds of knockout ...England's professionals clamour for T20 changeESPNcricinfo.comall 18 news articles »
- Never forget, cricket's a dangerous game - The Roar
acing="7" style="vertical-align:top;">The RoarNever forget, cricket's a dangerous gameThe RoarGranted, this happens at cricket training almost every week, but it stood out as a reminder of how dangerous a game cricket can be. What also astounded me, as it tends to most week at practice, was the reasonably large amount of batsmen batting without ...
- Disney Shuts Down Development at Indiagames - NDTV
acing="7" style="vertical-align:top;">NDTVDisney Shuts Down Development at IndiagamesNDTVDisney India is shutting its game development studio, sources at Indiagames have told NDTV Gadgets. We have been given to understand that around 30 programmers, testers, and artists working on the studio's recent iOS and Android game ICC Pro Cricket ...and more »
- ICC hails retiring Sangakkara as “a legend of the game” - International Cricket Council
acing="7" style="vertical-align:top;">India TodayICC hails retiring Sangakkara as “a legend of the game”International Cricket CouncilSangakkara was one of the leading cricketers in world cricket for the last 15 years during which played in 134 Tests (scoring 12,400 runs, 182 catches (131 catches as a wicket-keeper) as well as 20 stumpings), 404 ODIs (14,234 runs, 402 catches (383 as ...Indian cricketers enjoy game of badminton after victory in second TestZee NewsIndian team members enjoy a game of badminton after Test victoryIndia TodaySangakkara: I'll miss the game but I'm secure with what I've achievedCricbuzzESPNcricinfo.com -Cricket Countryall 3,133 news articles »
- The Story Behind One More Run, a Cricket Game With No Batting or Bowling - NDTV
acing="7" style="vertical-align:top;">NDTVThe Story Behind One More Run, a Cricket Game With No Batting or BowlingNDTVSuperSike Games is an oddity in the game development community in India. Amidst a slew of cookie cutter clones of popular titles and Bollywood labelled cash-ins, SuperSike has managed to carve a niche for itself with some unique games. Its debut effort ...
- Control C in the Ashes - ESPNcricinfo.com
acing="7" style="vertical-align:top;">ESPNcricinfo.comControl C in the AshesESPNcricinfo.com11 is the innings that changed the course of the first Test - Root's aggressive and game-changing 134. Apart from being dropped on zero Root also played and missed a fair number of times, but rode his luck and batted long enough to alter the course of ...
- Clarke, Sangakkara and Test cricket's future - Cricbuzz
acing="7" style="vertical-align:top;">CricbuzzClarke, Sangakkara and Test cricket's futureCricbuzzAs Kumar Sangakkara and Michael Clarke took their curtain calls in Colombo and London, respectively, the cricket world saluted two of the game's most prolific batsmen who enriched the game with their fabulous feats with the willow. Test cricket, no ...