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The simple grandeur of Test cricket

April 4th, 2018 | by Sarah Waris

🕓 Reading time: 4 minutes “It is here that Test cricket unleashes its mightiest force. It throws up the most unlikely of heroes, who go


Watling and Grandhomme’s counter punch

March 31st, 2018 | by Suraj Choudhari

🕓 Reading time: 3 minutes New Zealand are still in a delicate situation, Watling has a lot of work to do when play resumes on Day 3. He has done all the hard work and would be frustrating if he fails to belts a century


Neil Wagner: The well-oiled workhorse

March 27th, 2018 | by Suraj Choudhari

🕓 Reading time: 4 minutes While the fate of those involved in Sandpapergate rested in the hands of the ICC, Cricket Australia and the draconian court of public opinion, Neil Wagner thwarted the threat of rain and turned the fate of a cliff-hanger in Auckland in his team’s favour


Kane Williamson’s moment of glory

March 23rd, 2018 | by Sakshi Gupta

🕓 Reading time: 4 minutes “While Kane Williamson was busy doing his business – scoring runs – he didn’t know that he was scripting his


A spell to remember by Trent Boult

March 22nd, 2018 | by Suraj Choudhari

🕓 Reading time: 3 minutes Chris Woakes and James Anderson also fell prey to Boult’s persistence as the left-arm pacer recorded his finest Test figures of 6 for


124 balls of mayhem at Eden Park

March 22nd, 2018 | by Rohit Sankar

🕓 Reading time: 4 minutes “Eden Park gushed. Boult had six to his name. Southee four. England had 58”. Things seem to happen at Eden



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