PAK VS SA
PAKISTAN IS IN TOO MUCH IN TROUBLE TO WIN THIS TEST MATCH.
SA HAS THE LEAD OF 205 RUNS.
THAT IS TOO MUCH FOR THE PAKISTAN TEAM.
PAKISTAN TEAM SHOULD NEED TO MAKE A GOOD COME BACK IN BOWLING AND BATTING.
ON THE END OF 2ND DAY SA HAS SCORED 382/6.
Q.DE COCK STILL STAND WITH 55 RUNS.
Thanks for joining me! Good company in a journey makes the way seem shorter. — Izaak Walton
Continued from Day 10724… Day 10725 Monday, 31 December 2018 I watched Bandersnatch today. This is my first movie of its kind. The annoying thing is there is no time stamp, so unlike in choose-your-path books where I note down the page numbers so I can go back and read all endings, I cannot do that […]
CRICKET SOUTH AFRICA (9CSA) has congratulated the Standard Bank Proteas on their Castle Lager Test Series victory over Pakistan. The Proteas took a winning 2-0 lead in the three-match series when they beat Pakistan by 9 wickets in the second match that finished at PPC Newlands on Sunday. “Congratulations to our Proteas on the excellent […]
Mahendra Singh Dhoni became an overnight hero in his cricket-mad country on April 2, 2011 when he launched a delivery from Sri Lanka’s Nuwan Kulasekera for a gigantic six at Mumbai’s Wankhede Stadium to lead India to its second World Cup triumph. India needed four runs from 11 balls from the last over and Dhoni […]
Cameron Bancroft isn’t the first cricketer to be in trouble for ball tampering, but it’s incredibly rare for a team to conspire in the fashion Australia have. This is how Australia’s shame stacks up with other cases of ball tampering. Dirt in the pocket, 1994 Mike Atherton held onto the England captaincy and avoided suspension but he […]
‘I came, I saw, I enjoyed!’ My most memorable live match experiences as a sporting fan..
A duck and a cheap run out were how South Africa’s Theunis de Bruyn began his Test career and in truth it hasn’t got much better since… until now! Having been shunted up and down the order in between being dropped and recalled and with South Africa unable to clarify whether he should be an […]
After a day of drizzle and clouds followed by a day of torrential rain I returned to Canterbury with the promise of some play. Amazingly the Kent Ground Staff managed together the Spitfire Ground into shape and play started after an early lunch. Kent started the day on 39 for 1 with Joe Denly on […]
Final thoughts on two test series and one major cricketing scandal. Also some photographs.
Another great day for Indian cricket and this time the India Under 19 team became the first one to win the world cup for the fourth time. Kudos to Rahul Dravid for not only coaching them but opting to coach the U 19 team at the first place. That’s why people like Dravid are called […]