newscricket4 years ago

Ashok Dinda advised two-day rest after getting hit on the head with ball

Former India pacer Ashok Dinda was cleared of any danger but advised to take two-day rest after getting hit on the head with a ball during a T20 practice match in Kolkata. Dinda was hit on the forehead while trying to pull off a catch off his own delivery by batsman Birender Vivek Singh.
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newscricket5 years ago

Suresh Raina signs up for TNPL-2

Suresh Raina signed up with Grandslam Club of the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association (TNCA) to register for the second edition of the Tamil Nadu Premier League. The nascent league will kick off on 22nd July and will feature outstation players in the edition as opposed to the inaugural edition.
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newscricket6 years ago

Twitter reacts as the rain gods almost take the match away from KKR's grasp

KKR had a scare as the match was nearly washed out after Kolkata had bundled SRH out for a paltry 128. Requiring 48 in 6 overs, KKR couldn't have had a worse start as they lost 3 wickets for 12 runs but captain Gautam Gambhir played a composed knock to lead them to victory.
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newscricket6 years ago

Twitter reacts as Dhoni & Washington help Pune beat Mumbai

RPS continued their dominant record against MI this season after an unlikely turnaround riding on the performances of MS Dhoni and Washington Sunder. Mumbai managed to lose the momentum even after a good start by their openers and never looked confident in a match that was marred by Umpiring gaffes.
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newscricket6 years ago

IPL 2017 | Wriddhiman Saha : Virender Sehwag’s inputs helped me grow as a player

Wriddhiman Saha is understandably high on confidence following his good performances in the India-Australia series. The wicketkeeper is now gearing up for the IPL season with Kings XI Punjab and has claimed that he is expecting to perform better thanks to the “priceless inputs” of Virender Sehwag.
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featurecricket7 years ago

IPL 2016 | Twitter reacts as Dinda takes a wicket maiden and a dog interrupts the match

Bizarre things happen in Cricket, and today turned out to be one such day. Ashok Dinda bowled a wicket maiden against Delhi Daredevils, and just when you thought things cannot get crazier a dog entered the field to interrupt the play. Twitter 'pounced' on the incident, and came up with great tweets.
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