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New Zealand’s Kyle Jamieson ‘feeling mentally and physically fresh’, ready for comeback from back injury

Kyle Jamieson has tried to treat his extended spell on the sidelines as “more of a blessing than a hindrance” and hopes to return to New Zealand’s Test side both mentally and physically fresher after missing the last seven months with a back injury. Jamieson hurt his back during the Trent Bridge Test in June, …

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Netizens react after MS Dhoni’s picture in a police uniform breaks the internet

Legendary Indian cricketer Mahendra Singh Dhoni is undoubtedly one of the most popular cricketers in the world. Both on and off the pitch, Dhoni is among the most celebrated players globally and enjoys a god-like status in India. The Ranchi-born superstar enjoyed a sparkling career where he dominated as a bat, wicketkeeper and captain. Dhoni …

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BBL final – Jimmy Peirson says short turnaround is best for Brisbane Heat against Perth Scorchers

Back on January 7, after being thrashed by Perth Scorchers at Optus Stadium, the finals weren’t even on Brisbane Heat’s radar. They had just two wins from their first eight matches, after all. Less than a month later, Heat have journeyed back to Perth, only a win away from a second BBL title. If they …

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Dan Christian retirement – ‘T20 is the key to ensuring other formats survive’

When it comes to T20 cricket, Dan Christian has been there, done that, got the t-shirt and the trophies. As his career came to a close with Sydney Sixers defeat at the SCG on Thursday, he perhaps unsurprisingly left the game extolling the virtues of the format, and believes that what appears to be the …

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England in Bangladesh 2022-23 – Jos Buttler ‘frustrated’ but understanding as England grapple with scheduling dilemmas

Jos Buttler, England’s white-ball captain, has admitted to “frustrations” that his team’s preparation for the defense of their 50-over World Cup title has been hampered by scheduling clashes ahead of this month’s tour of Bangladesh. However, Buttler insists there will be no consequences for those players who have made themselves unavailable for the tour – …

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Australia U19s vs England U19s, first Youth Test – England seal first win in Australia since 2003 in tense final day

England U19 314 (Singh 67, Hurst 55) and 254 (McKinney 70, Foreman 58*) beats Australia U19 268 (Singh 64, Anderson 53, Foreman 4-66) and 276 (Blackford 106, Kelly 5-69) by 24 runs Ben McKinney, the England men’s Under-19s opener, said that his team had taken inspiration from Ben Stokes’ seniors after securing a first Youth …

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Chandika Hathurusingha’s return draws mixed reactions from Bangladesh cricket fraternity

Chandika Hathurusingha‘s appointment as Bangladesh coach has drawn diverse reactions from the country’s cricket fraternity. The new two-year deal will be Hathurusingha’s second stint in this position after he spent three years, from 2014 to 2017, before leaving abruptly for the Sri Lanka role. According to the BCB president Nazmul Hassan, he has now returned …

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