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KKR and Deccan Charges shares glory

Posted by Kiran Narendran
on March 15th, 2010

Kolkata Knight Riders have started off the 3rd season of IPL in grand style. They upset the reigning champions – Deccan Charges in the opening match followed by a thumping victory over the runners up of last year – Royal Challengers, Bangalore. The arrival of Angelo Mathews has made a big difference to the team [...]

Kieron Pollard – The Future of Caribbean Cricket

Posted by Kiran Narendran
on March 10th, 2010

West Indies cricket have always enticed the cricketing world with some fantabulous performances since their entry in to cricket. As we all know West Indies is not a country, it’s a unity of the islands in the Caribbean and they instill that unity in their game each time they enters a cricket field. This trait [...]

His Majesty, Sachin Ramesh Tendulkar!

Posted by Kiran Narendran
on February 24th, 2010

A few years back, Adidas, the premier sports brand has kicked off their new campaign – ‘Impossible is Nothing’ to promote their new brand. None other than Sachin Tendulkar was chosen as the brand ambassador alongside other greats in the sports world. Just like Sachin’s other endorsements, his presence paved way for its success in [...]

Rankings and Reality

Posted by Kiran Narendran
on February 15th, 2010

The test series between South Africa and India were considered as the fight for the world no:1 position for both teams. After the end of the first test, South Africa have gained an almost unassailable edge over the host – Team India. If South Africa manages to secure a draw or a win, they will [...]

Why India can’t produce genuine fast bowlers?

Posted by Kiran Narendran
on February 11th, 2010

The bowling speed of the players who compete in the Duleep Trophy is a clear indication to India’s lack of ‘fast bowlers’ in the domestic circuit, despite having a state-of-the-art pace bowling academy in the form of MRF Pace Foundation. During the Duleep Trophy final, none of the bowlers could clock above 130 KMPH. Irfan Pathan, [...]

IPL 2010 – Truly Global

Posted by Kiran Narendran
on January 22nd, 2010

As the players auction concluded , we are all set to see the 3rd edition of Indian Premier league embark on. Lalit Modi has made a giant leap in pursuit of making the IPL a global event, by singing a 2 year deal with the Google-owned YouTube. As per this deal, YouTube users can see [...]


Posted by Ganu
on November 4th, 2009

What enters into the preamble of the role of a coach? How it is effective in the slice of sports and games? What is the real indication of a tutor and the way of his instruction to the pupils? All the above interrogations are often coming to mind of people who are involved in the [...]

Not Really Invincible But Definitely the Strongest

Posted by Kiran Narendran
on October 27th, 2009

It is not surprising to see an Australian team emerge as the winner in an ICC Cricket tournament; however, the way this Australian outfit bounced back after their dismal Ashes campaign is peerless. They have got the perfect combination and the perfect replacements, though it won’t fill the shoes of the former greats. Australia struggled [...]

Aussies Regained their Dominance, But Has ODI Cricket?

Posted by Kiran Narendran
on October 6th, 2009

There had been lot of talks about the existence of ODI Cricket before the start if the Champions Trophy 2009 and many opined that the Success of Champions Trophy would keep the ODI cricket afloat amid the euphoria of T20 carnivals like IPL, Champions league, ICC world T20 etc.  If we have to take those [...]

Fitness for Cricket

Posted by Kiran Narendran
on September 29th, 2009

Being fit is critical in every sport as it will have huge difference in the application of skills pertaining to the game. Cricket is no exception. Modern day cricketers are very much cautious about their body as most of the matches are decided by the best fielding units that will be attainable only through high [...]

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