By Dinesh Sharma
Success in cricket can be attributed to ethnic differences with some groups doing well while others lagging. That’s why Europeans, South Asians and coloured people are over-represented in cricket while Northeast Asians, East and West Africans and Pacific Islanders are far and few....
Australian captain Michael Clarke scored century in the first Test match against India today.
Australia’s captain had to retire hurt on 60 on the first day of the opening Test in Adelaide after injuring his back moving away from a short ball.
But he had injections to alleviate the problem and came...
CAN President Pandey
Kathmandu: The government on Thursday made some appointments in key state agencies including in Cricket Association of Nepal (CAN). Long time CAN President Binaya Raj Pandey was appointed the chairman of ad hoc committee of CAN.
Earlier, the government had dissolved the executive...
Published on Nov 02 2014 // Sports
Misbah ul-Haq plays a reverse sweep en route to his record-breaking half-century Photo: AFP
Pakistani cricket captain Misbah-ul Haq equals fastest Test century record off 56 balls.
The Pakistani cricketer equalled Viv Richards’ record as the world’s quickest Test century.He reached...
Published on Oct 30 2014 // Sports
Update:Uganda require another 112 runs with five wickets and remaining 17 overs.
Uganda require another 119 runs with five wickets and remaining 18 overs.
Kathmandu: Nepal posted a target of 224 runs against...
Published on Oct 29 2014 // Sports
Malaysia has posted a target of 143 runs against Nepal in the ongoing ICC World Cricket League Division Three being held at Selangor, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Malaysia made 142 runs in 43.3 overs with the loss of all wickets.
Kathmandu: Nepal defeated the USA in today’s match of ICC World Cricket League Division Three held Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.
Nepal was declared winner based on Duckworth Lewis (DL) Method after the continuous rainfall disrupted the game.
On the basis of DL Method, Nepal won the match by 10 runs against...
Published on Oct 27 2014 // Sports
Today’s match between Nepal and USA of the ongoing ICC World Cricket League Division Three has been postponed due to continuous rainfall at Kinrara Oval Stadium in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. The match has been scheduled for tomorrow.