Hardik Pandya not a Test allrounder yet – Holding

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44 total views, 10 views today Nagraj Gollapudi at Lord’s Hardik Pandya is not yet ready to take the allrounder’s spot in India’s Test team, according to former West Indies fast bowler Michael Holding, because he is not effective as a batsman and lacks control and consistency with the ball. “The [Indian] attack has not been the right balance,” Holding told ESPNcricinfo. “Apparently they are playing Hardik Pandya as an allrounder to help out with the bowling. When he bowls he isn’t as effective as he should be. If he was a good batsman,…

Cricket Council USA presently only relevant cricket body in US

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44 total views, 10 views today With all the problems plaguing cricket administration in the United States, Cricket Council USA (CCUSA) has been the only stable body running cricket. CCUSA headed by successful businessman Mahammad Qureshi has been organising tournaments, visiting schools and setting up cricket camps while others battle for power at the expense of the sport. While the power struggle continues, Qureshi has pumped around $20M into the sport through his tournament, which will celebrate its 10th year this year, development programmes and other cricket initiatives. When the International Cricket…

TALLAWAHS KEEP PERFECT RECORD GOING VS SKNP

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33 total views, 7 views today2018 HERO CARIBBEAN PREMIER LEAGUE – MATCH REPORT 8 Jamaica Tallawahs 178/4 (R Taylor 51*, Lewis 49, Phillips 41, Lamichhane 2/21) beat St Kitts & Nevis Patriots 131/9 (Gayle 24, Santokie 2/13, Imad Wasim 2/21, Zampa 2/38) by 47 runs  Early pacesetters Jamaica Tallawahs made it three wins from three in the 2018 Hero Caribbean Premier League (CPL) with a 47-run victory over St Kitts & Nevis Patriots on a night when run-scoring appeared at times almost impossible while at others six after six rained down on…

Caribbean Premier League action comes to America

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11 total views, 3 views todayBy Jawad Hussain LAUDERHILL, August 15, 2018 – Lauderhill, the Mecca of Cricket in the United States of America, is all set to host two crucial games of the 2018 Caribbean Premier League (CPL) this weekend.    If you’re a cricket fan, don’t forget to mark the days of Saturday and Sunday on your Google Calendar or any other app to be part of the biggest sports party in the world at Florida’s Central Broward Regional Park Stadium.    In the first CPL-2018 match on Saturday night, the…