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Kerala Cricket Association wants to reclaim Kerala Blasters’ ‘home’ stadium in Kochi

Kerala Blasters FC (Source: ISL)
Kochi’s Jawaharlal Nehru Stadium has been home to Indian Super League (ISL) franchise Kerala Blasters FC for the last six years. At one point, the venue used to host Indian Premier League (IPL) matches as well as international cricket matches. However, it has seen only football matches since the inception of ISL in 2014. The multipurpose stadium last hosted an...

Indian deaf cricket team to participate in DICC ODI World Cup 2021

Deaf Cricket
The Indian deaf cricket team is set to take part in the the 'DICC Cricket ODI World Cup - 2021', scheduled to be held in UAE from October 19 to 29. The Indian team under Indian Deaf Cricket Association (IDCA) has been invited by Deaf-ICC, South Africa to be a part of the tournament. According to a release, the invitation was...

IPL with 5-6 teams will be great for women’s cricket: Smriti Mandhana

Smriti Mandhana
Swashbuckling India opener Smriti Mandhana feels a full-fledged women's Indian Premier League (IPL) can make a difference in tapping the talent which would help the national team do well at the global level. The 23-year-old opener also acknowledged the efforts the BCCI is putting in to make it a reality. "The BCCI has put in a lot of effort, first...

3 times cricketers celebrated too early

Some people play cricket with all the passion in their hearts. Such enthusiasm is necessary for one to become a professional and can help you achieve great results. Sometimes when players think that their hard work has finally paid off and that their goal has been reached, they allow themselves to celebrate, and there’s nothing wrong with that.  Unfortunately, sometimes...

CAB conducts first online session for Bengal women cricketers

The Cricket Association Of Bengal (cab)
Former India cricketer Deep Dasgupta on Wednesday conducted the first online interactive session of state senior women's team as part of Cricket Association of Bengal's initiative to engage with the players during the coronavirus-forced national lockdown. The session was about keeping the players in the best possible mindset and shape. How to handle pressure during crunch time, how to accelerate...

Outside cricket, the biggest sports stars are women athlete — Sania Mirza

Sania Mirza (Source:WTA)
Path-breaking tennis ace Sania Mirza takes pride in the fact that many of India's sporting stars, outside cricket, are women even though she believes that it will take a few more generations before being a sportswoman is seen as a natural career choice in the country. The winner of six Grand Slam titles, spoke on a range of issues including...

Cricketer Manoj Tiwary wishes to try shooting and represent India at Olympics

Manoj Tiwary (Source: Sportzwiki)
Indian cricketer and former Bengal Ranji team captain Manoj Tiwary wishes to try his hands on shooting for the country once his cricketing career ends.   In an interview on YouTube at a show called 'Cow Corner Chronicles', the 34-year-old batsman said that he wants to continue playing cricket for another decade, but later he might switch to shooting. "You might end...

Cricketer Jhulan Goswami calls Pakistan’s Sana ‘ambassador of women’s cricket’

Sana Mir and Jhulan Goswami
After former Pakistan women’s skipper Sana Mir announced her retirement from international cricket, ending a 15 year long illustrious career, many showered honours. ICC, fans across the world and others congratulated her for ‘excellent career’. But there was one message that stood out and showed the tremendous amount of respect and the camaraderie that two cricketers from across the border share. Soon...

Women’s IPL is in progression stage: Former cricketer Anjum Chopra

Anjum Chopra
The idea of having a full-fledged women's IPL is in a "progression stage" and a World Cup title for India can actually help in turning that into a reality sooner than later, says former captain Anjum Chopra. Under the leadership of Harmanpreet Kaur, the Indian team sailed into the final of the last women's T20 World Cup, but was...

Cricket should resume only when COVID-19 is completely eradicated: Yuvraj Singh

Yuvraj Singh
Former India star Yuvraj Singh wants cricket to resume only when the world becomes COVD-19 free as players' health and safety should be paramount for the custodians of the game. Like other sports, international and domestic cricket too has been disrupted leading the national boards to contemplate resuming the game in empty stadiums, without fans."My personal opinion is that first...