Archive for the 'Cricket' Category

Live Cricket Streaming Will You Pay the Price?

By Anthony Jenkins Finding free live cricket streaming on the internet has become something of a search for the holy grail, where even the best information often leads to a complete myth. This myth can be a text service, a recorded highlights package, an up-front charge for a dodgy embedded video feed, or even an […]

India Cricket Tri Nation

By Adis Pilavdzic India cricket tri nation 2010 season Indians are highly optimistic about their team in the Tri nation series; they think that they are going to achieve excellent scores this year. Their hopes are hanged around their team Captain Dhoni, who is one of the best players in this exciting game. While Indians […]

How to Play the Block Shot

By Mitch Eastman The block shot is a vital cricket shot to play if you are to build an innings. The block shot is where you defend the ball. This shot is often played when the ball is on the line of the stumps. This is so the ball doesn’t hit the stumps or your […]

Test Cricket The Ashes 2009 Preview

By Phil Renshaw The Ashes series in 2009 has been widely anticipated ever since Australia regained the urn in 2007 with a 5-0 demolition job on England. Such an emphatic margin of defeat will be a painful memory for England’s senior players who will be keen to extract some form of revenge this time around. […]

Sourav Ganguly

By Shuvojit Dasgupta One of the greatest Indian cricket captains of all time, the Bengal Tiger Sourav Ganguly bid adieu to international cricket recently. A sojourn which lasted through more than a decade made him evolve as one of the legendary Indian cricketers who proved his mettle throughout the world. If we take a peek […]

2008 Asia Cup Cricket Tournament

By Gouranga Charan Pradhan The Asia Cup Cricket Tournament is an international cricket event which was conceived in the year 1983 along with the birth of the Asian Cricket Council in the same year. Originally the ACC(Asian Cricket Council))was established as a measure to promote goodwill among the Asian nations. The original plan was to […]

Synthetic Grass Cricket Pitches

By Damien Gay You may remember the days, not terribly long ago, when just about every park and football oval in Australia was adorned with a slab of concrete around 22 metres long and 3 metres wide sitting slap bang in the centre. In the winter months it may have been covered with a thin […]