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Friday, 15 May 2020
Jonty Rhodes to lead South Africa Legends’ squad for Road Safety World Series

Jonty Rhodes to lead South Africa Legends’ squad for Road Safety World Series

South Africa Legends have announced their squad for the Road Safety World Series, gets underway on March 7.

This squad includes a number of former legends including the likes of Sachin Tendulkar, Brian Lara, Brett Lee, Muttiah Muralitharan, and Jonty Rhodes to lit up the competition.



The first match of the eleven matches series will be played between India Legends and West Indies Legends on March 7 at Wankhede Stadium in Mumbai.

Squad:

Jonty Rhodes (c), Andrew Butch James, Andrew Hall, Garnett John Peter Kruger, J Rudolph, Albie Morkel, JJ Van Der Wath, Neil Rhodes, Lance Klusener, Martin Van Jaarsveld, Morne Van Wyk, Paul Harris, Ryan McLaren.
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IPL 2020: No Foreign players till April 15

IPL 2020: No Foreign players till April 15

India have confirmed 60 positive cases in the COVID-19 Coronavirus outbreak which has led to over 4,500 deaths globally.

The Indian government issued a fresh advisory with a ban on all foreign visas, except a few categories like diplomatic and employment, till April 15 amid the novel coronavirus scare in the country.


As a result, No foreign player will be available until April 15 due to the aforementioned restrictions imposed by the Indian government.

"The foreign players who play in the IPL come under the Business Visa category. As per the government's directive, they can't come till April 15," a BCCI source told PTI on conditions of anonymity.

The new edition of the Indian Premier League is scheduled to start on March 29.
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IPL could be canceled due to Coronavirus

IPL could be canceled due to Coronavirus

The 13th season of the Indian Premier League is on the verge of cancelation after India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi declared a 21-day lockdown to tackle Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak in the country.

The cancellation of IPL looks inevitable.



BCCI had already postponed the star-studded eight-team league to April 15 earlier this month. However, the situation around the pandemic worsened since then with confirmed cases surging towards the 500-mark in India.

Sporting events around the globe have been affected by the pandemic. The Tokyo Olympics 2020 has been postponed to 2021.
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The Coronavirus outbreak halts Australian cricketers wedding plans

The Coronavirus outbreak halts Australian cricketers wedding plans

The pandemic has already affected more than 1 million people across the globe. All kind of sporting events including cricket has been canceled.

But apart from all this crisis, the pandemic has caused as many as eight Aussie cricketers have been forced to postpone their wedding functions.


The eight cricketers are Adam Zampa, Jackson Bird, D’arcy Short, Mitchell Swepson, Alister McDermott, Andrew Tye, Jess Jonassen, and Katelyn Fryett.

The situation down under has been quite bad recently. Everyone has been advised to stay at home to slow down the virus.
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Umar Akmal's Three-year ban

Umar Akmal's Three-year ban

Pakistan batsman Umar Akmal has been banned for a period of three years from all forms of cricket on corruption charges the country’s cricket board on Monday.



Umar Akmal handed three-year ban from all cricket by Chairman of the Disciplinary Panel Mr Justice (retired) Fazal-e-Miran Chauhan.
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The PCB officials had charged the 29-year-old middle-order batsman in two separate cases for failing to report corrupt approaches in the Pakistan Super League (PSL) season 5.

His last appearance for the national side was against Sri Lanka in October 2019.

Akmal has played 16 Tests, 121 ODIs and 84 T20s for Pakistan.
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Three of the most memorable Ashes Test matches

Three of the most memorable Ashes Test matches



Australia and England have played out the fiercest rivalry in the sport of cricket since The Ashes began in 1882. The battles have been even throughout the history of the duel, with the Aussies edging the series won by one as a result of their 33 triumphs to the Three Lions’ 32.

The Baggy Greens have been more successful in individual Test matches, boasting 136 wins compared to England’s 108 – the majority of which came in a dominant hold of the urn for 16 years from 1989 to 2005. There has been little between the teams in recent years, although the 2-2 draw between the sides in 2019 allowed Australia to retain The Ashes heading into the 2021/22 series down under.



There will be no doubt be more classics to add to the number of matches that have been played over the years, but there have been some truly remarkable games to have occurred over the last 15 years. We’ll now look back at three of the best Tests that have been defining in the history of the Ashes.

Headingley 2019


England were staring down the barrel after being skittled for 67 in their first innings, facing the prospect of losing the urn for the second series in a row. Joe Root’s men required 359 to save the series to pull off a miraculous escape. Although Ben Stokes and Root put forward a brilliant effort, England’s hopes looked to be dashed when they required 73 runs with just one wicket remaining.


However, Stokes produced perhaps the finest innings seen in Ashes cricket to defy the Baggy Greens, singlehandedly dragging his team to victory – albeit aided by the resilience of Jack Leach at the other end. Stokes ended with an unbeaten century to level the series, and although Australia would retain the Ashes, England produced a rear-guard effort to maintain their unbeaten record on home soil since 2001 against their bitter rivals.

It appears the Three Lions will need Stokes firing on all cylinders in their bid to regain The Ashes next time out in Australia, with the Baggy Greens being backed as the leading contenders in the cricket betting odds to win the series in the 2021/22 when they host Stokes, Root and company.

Adelaide 2006


Australia had a point to prove after their 2005 Ashes defeat, and they came out of the traps firing on all cylinders against Andrew Flintoff’s England at Brisbane. Ricky Ponting’s men won the opener by a dominant 277 runs and headed into the second Test in Adelaide with momentum. The Three Lions hit back by scoring 551/6 in their first innings courtesy of a double-century from Paul Collingwood. England had Australia under pressure at 65/3 and it could have been even better, but Ashley Giles dropped Ponting on 35.



The Aussie skipper would go on to score 142, while a Michael Clarke century and an innings of 91 from Mike Hussey allowed the home side to close within 48 runs of England’s total. Flintoff’s men collapsed under the pressure on the final day as Shane Warne tore through their line-up, bowling the tourists out for 129. The Aussies were relentless and knocked off the winnings runs with time to spare. The devastation of the defeat resulted in a complete capitulation from England on the tour, which saw Australia secure a 5-0 whitewash.

Edgbaston 2005


This Test was perhaps the most critical in the recent Ashes history. England had high hopes of ending Australia’s 16-year hold over the urn entering the 2005 series. However, the Aussies came out firing at Lord’s, romping to a comfortable victory after both bowling attacks traded barbs. Fortune turned in England’s favour before a ball was bowled in Birmingham as Glenn McGrath turned his ankle after stepping on a ball in the warm-up. The home side capitalised by putting 400 runs on the board bowling out the tourists to take a 99-run lead into their second innings. The Warne factor turned spoiler as he put England in a spin with figures of 6/46.



Flintoff guided Michael Vaughan’s side to a decent total to leave the Aussies requiring 282 for victory. Further brilliance from England’s all-rounder and the rest of the pace attack put the home side on the brink of victory. When Warne tread on his own stumps on the final it appeared to be a formality, with only one wicket needed.

Brett Lee and Michael Kasprowicz had other ideas and whittled down the total from 62 to within three runs of a famous victory. Steve Harmison delivered at the crucial moment for England, getting a feather of a glove from Kasprowicz to land into the gloves of Geraint Jones. Cue raucous scenes at Edgbaston with a victory that would define an incredible series. 
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Tuesday, 10 February 2015
Happy New Year 2016 SMS in English 140 Character Short

Happy New Year 2016 SMS in English 140 Character Short

First of All to have Happy New Year 2016 to all of you. Here we share with you short 140 Character SMS and messages in English of new year so use this greetings to send a wish to your friends, relatives on mobile, whatsapp, facebook. All the people are planning for new year and searching for best collection of greeting and wishes on internet. Here we share with you a lart collection of happy new year 140 Character SMS and messages which are in English Languages so just copy and sent to your friends, relatives and family members on their mobile, whatsapp status updates and also as facebook.



Happy New Year 2016 SMS in English 140 Character Short


Laugh when you can, apologize when you should,
and let go of what you can’t change. Kiss slowly,
play hard, forgive quickly, take chances,
give everything and have no regrets.
Life’s too short to be anything but happy.
Happy New Year.

It’s not the face, but the expressions on it.
It’s not the voice, but what you say.
It’s not how you look in that body,
but the things you do with it. You are beautiful.
Happy New Year.

New is the year,
New is the year, new are the hopes and the aspirations, new is the resolution, new are the spirits and forever my warm wishes are for u.Have a promising and fulfilling new year.

Years come n go,but this year I specially wish
Years come n go,but this year I specially wish 4 u a double dose of health n happiness topped with loads of good fortune. Have a gr8 year ahead! HAPPY NEW YEAR!!!!
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