Warner expects an equally cordial relationship with de Kock. "I don't have his number and I speak to a few of the South African guys but I've never played in the same team as him or anything like that," Warner said. "Obviously it's a little bit different. I'm sure if I see him on the field and that we'll just treat each other how we normally would as respectful opponents." … [Read more...] about ‘If something ignites…’ Quinton de Kock, David Warner ready for on-field reunion
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November 16, 2014 - Bono suffers extensive injuries in a bicycle collision in Central Park. According to New York Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center, Bono broke his arm in six spots, fractured his eye socket and also his shoulder blade -- the latter in three places. … [Read more...] about Bono Fast Facts
It was over eight months before Australia played another T20I game since their title-winning campaign in 2018, but unfortunately for the rest of the world they hadn't lost a beat. That much was evident when they pummelled England by 93 runs upon return, setting the tone for their continued dominance in a format where they've largely remained unchallenged - as corroborated by their four titles in six editions. Australia lost just one match in 2019 as they swept aside England, West Indies and Sri Lanka. It was only in the recent tri-series at home that they were tested, going down once to both England and India, although they still managed to clinch the title which is probably a good indicator of how dangerous they are. The hosts have 13 players in their squad who also played the previous showpiece tournament, pointing to a very settled team under Meg Lanning. With all that considered, no surprises then that they are red-hot favourites to retain the crown in front of what is expected to … [Read more...] about WT20 World Cup Group A: Will NZ disrupt the India-Australia hegemony?
I think some of that was just to counter quite a lot of pace that they had in Lahiru Kumara, Suranga Lakmal and Kasun Rajitha. We just wanted a really good cricket wicket. With all the rain that had been around in the month before, if you'd left some grass on it, it would have been greener and probably would have been quite a sporty wicket. So, we decided to shave the grass off and just make a good cricket wicket. That's probably as flat as I've ever seen Harare Sports Club. … [Read more...] about County cricket taught me who I am as a cricketer – Kyle Jarvis
A federation whose other alumni include former president Jack Warner, the long time rogue whose scheme to cream off funds meant for Haitian earthquake victims shocked even those who ha become inured to his antics, and Chuck Blazer, who siphoned millions in consultancy fees to fund a lavish Trump Towers lifestyle for himself, his cats and his parrots. Of course those gathering in Miami insist yet another page is being turned, even as they wait for Fifa’s ethics committee to unfreeze the $20m in development funding that has been withheld from Concacaf and Conmebol since December. Bruce Blake, who succeeded Webb as head of the Cayman Islands FA, was this week insisting to local media that he had no idea what his predecessor was up to as funds were appropriated for personal gain. … [Read more...] about Fifa’s five presidential runners hit Miami and try to keep a lid on the vice