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Cricket: Kuldeep’s loss of form worrying for India before World Cup

Sport Cricket: Kuldeep's loss of form worrying for India before World Cup Kuldeep Yadav is expected to lead India's slow-bowling attack in the World Cup but his poor form in the ongoing Indian Premier League (IPL) could become a headache for Virat Kohli's men with just over a month left before the 50-over tournament.

Siddhanth Singh, Shubham Kamat shine in Apollo’s win

Mumbai: The combined efforts of Siddhanth Singh who superb knock of 69 runs and left-arm spinner Shubham Kamat who picked up 4 wickets for 13 runs were instrumental in Apollo Cricket Club recording a 20-run win against Young Friends Cricket Club in a first round match of the 70th Nawab Salar Jung Invitation T20 Cricket Tournament 2019, organised by the Islam Gymkhana under the auspices of the Mumbai Cricket Association, and played at the Islam Gymkhana ground.

Unfair Ingram, Faf not given credit for acrobatic efforts

Scoreboards dont reveal the real picture and are often misleading.

SEXIST DUO PAY PRICE CRICKET

INDIAN pair Hardik Pandya and batsman KL Rahul have been fined for "sexist, disrespectful and racist" comments on a TV show.

Cricket Ireland confirms €100,000 short-term loan from chief executive

Cricket Ireland says it has recovered from the cash flow crisis that led to it accepting a €100,000 short-term loan from its chief executive.

Warner at his ruthless best with another IPL rout

Cricket: David Warner has blasted another half century to consolidate his position as the IPL highest run-scorer during the Sunrisers five-wicket win over Kolkata.

Dhoni blitz in vain as Chennai lose to Bangalore by one run

Bangalore: Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s swashbuckling 84 went in vain as Royal Challengers Bangalore edged past Chennai Super Kings in a last-ball thriller on Sunday to keep their play-off hopes alive in the Indian Premier League.

GLORY BECKONS

It’s been a tumultuous 13 months in Australian cricket, but the pieces are falling in place for something special STEVE Smith and David Warner are officially forgiven now that they’ve been selected in Australia’s World Cup squad.

Severe cash flow crsis saw CEO make €100,000 loan to Cricket Ireland

A severe cash flow crisis prompted Cricket Ireland's chief executive to advance a short-term loan of €100,000 to the association last year.

Q&A with Liz Ellis

Why is netball better than every other sport?