15 most recent news feeds
- Cricket begins tributes to Mandela
- Cricket began its tributes to Nelson Mandela, who died on Thursday night, with minute's silences at Adelaide and Dunedin while Cricket South Africa offered their first reaction over Twitter
- Live: Adelaide Test day two
- MICHAEL Clarke and Brad Haddin have made a positive start on day two of the second Ashes Test. Follow it live!
- NZ make inroads, but Bravo resists with ton
- New Zealand moved two big steps closer to their first Test win in over a year, but Darren Bravo scored his fifth Test century to put up a resistance in Dunedin
- UK view: Carberry spoils good day
- MICHAEL Carberry has been cast as the villain who cost England day one honours in Adelaide by the UK press.
- No point blaming schedule - Dhoni
- India captain MS Dhoni has called for his new-ball bowlers to step up after his side was thrashed by 141 runs in the first ODI in Johannesburg
- Critical Ashes moment: Should Stuart Broad have walked?
It has been many years since it was automatic for a batsman to walk when a ball was taken off an edge. This was largely a British thing surrounding the concept of ‘Sportsmanship’. It was never a part of the general Aussie approach or, indeed, in the UK at the professional level. Was Stuart Broad doing the right thing to stand his ground during a crucial period in the 1st Ashes Test at Trent Bridge?
- A progressive look at the highest One Day Innings of all time
On the same ground that he was booed off for slow scoring four years previously, Sachin Tendulkar become the first batsman to make a double-hundred in the history of one-day international cricket. His innings of 200 not out made in 147 balls (25 fours, 3 sixers) was the cornerstone of India’s 401 for 3 as they rolled over South Africa by 153 runs in the 2nd ODI at Gwalior on 24th Feb 2010.
- Chris Gayle on top of fastest hundreds list
Chris Gayle, one of the cleanest strikers in modern cricket, recently set a new record for the fastest century in the history of professional cricket with an astonishing century off just 30 balls for the Royal Challengers Bangalore in the 2013 Indian Premier League. How does Gayle’s feat compare with other rapid centuries?
- PAGE OF SHAME series : A timeline of Match and Spot Fixing activities
What are the sequence of events in the colourful and recent history of activities that has resulted in match-fixing? How are the players undermining the entire essence of cricket in an ever increasing frequency of scandals? This article lists out the timeline of match fixing, spot fixing and the related allegations that has tainted cricket.
- PAGE OF SHAME series: Match-fixing and Spot-fixing taints cricket
Match-fixing and other ways to manipulate the goings-on in cricket is eating away at the entire fabric of the game. The fundamental attraction for millions of fans who follow World Cups and Test matches for the sheer unpredictability of the outcome get cheated with yet another sting operation that reveals more cheats who are playing the game – whilst the ICC stands by haplessly doing too little, too late.