Shane Sillingford’s bowling coach believes that every spinner has a suspect bowling action. Shillingford, along with West Indies colleague Marlon Samuels, was reported for having an suspect bowling action during the 2nd Test of the recent series in India.
Jason Greene continues his Bajun Blogs from the beautiful island of Barbados and this time looks at the role of the club pro, one he has personal experience of…
The former International Cricket Council (ICC) umpire Dickie Bird would like to see the match referee permit Sachin Tendulkar to be present at the coin toss in his last two Test matches.
The tickets for Sachin Tendulkar’s 200th and the farewell Test to be played at the Wankhede Stadium are understandably in high demand. And the tickets for the Little master’s farewell last two Tests are being specially designed with Tendulkar’s photograph to commemorate his achievements. By BIPIN DANI “This may be the first instance when the […]
Aaron Klee, the manager of troubled Kiwi Jesse Ryder, has backed him to earn a recall to the New Zealand tea, but admits his charge has to get back to the basics of his game and score runs in order to bounce back.
In the second of his blogs from St Lucia, Craig Walt Emmanuel, a 28-year old professional cricketer, recalls a recent chance encounter with an elderly gentleman. The views he heard made him think…
Three of the semi-finalists in the 2013 Champions League t20 will be Indian Premier League sides but on Wednesday’s evidence, the trio of subcontinental powerhouses will do well to beware the danger posed by the fourth side, Trinidad and Tobago.
The Cape Cobras have confirmed that West Indies spinner Sunil Narine has agreed to play for the franchise, based in Cape Town, for the bulk of South Africa’s domestic T20 competition.
I keep being asked why there are no English counties entered into the Champions League T20 (CLT20) competition and can only come up with one answer – the England & Wales Cricket Board (ECB) are jealous and have thrown their toys out of the pram.
In the first of his blogs from the lovely Caribbean island of St Lucia, Craig Walt Emmanuel, a 28-year old professional cricketer, looks at what makes his home special in the cricket world and runs through some of the names that have made cricket on the island special…