Record Book – Jayasuriya pulverises India with a one-man show

   That Sanath Jayasuriya relished playing against India throughout his career is well known. He delivered his best performance against them back on October 29, 2000 in what was the final of yet another triangular Champions Trophy held in the desert state of Sharjah. Zimbabwe were expectedly eliminated, thus setting up a summit clash between India and Sri […]

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VIEWPOINT – The rankings story

 South Africa celebrate after scaling the summit (source – dailymail.co.uk)   England saved their best for the fag end of the recently-concluded three-Test series against South Africa, but it was not enough for them to cling on to their crown for a bit longer. The South Africans, perennial chokers in many a limited-overs tournament, staved […]

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VIEWPOINT – The Irish conundrum

  The International Cricket Council (ICC) are always trying hard to make us believe that they are constantly striving hard to develop the game, and spread it to all the corners of the world. They take pride in announcing development programs, which, we would all like to believe, are actually for the betterment of the […]

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