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Rizvi beat Jhunjhunwala to become champs

Rizvi College will now represent Mumbai and face off against five other cities in the Regional/zonal finals in April and May.

Vengsarkar urges Aaditya to enter cricket admin

The former MCA vice-president feels Aditya is energetic, confident young man who will help Mumbai cricket.

Ravi Shastri backs team

India coach says side are ready to compete overseas.

2018 IPL: Yuvraj Singh to take call on his career after 2019 ICC World...

The 36-year-old all-rounder added that he has been playing for the country for nearly two decades and will have to retire someday.

Parsee Gymkhana crush Payyade to retain title

Electing to bat first, Parsee Gym recovered from a shaky start to post a challenging total of 209/6 from their quota of 20 overs.

LIVE| IPL 2018, SRH vs CSK: Hosts look for early breakthrough

Score after 2 overs, Chennai Super Kings 4-0: Watson 1(9), du Plessis 2(3); Stanlake 1-0-2-0 Hyderabad: Three wins from four games and six points each against their name, Sunrisers Hyderabad and Chennai Super Kings will lock horns in a Southern derby of the Indian Premier League (IPL) here on Sunday.

I want to be the best in the team: Jemimah Rodrigues

Recently interviewed by former England captain Nasser Hussain, Jemimah talks about her time with the Indian women’s cricket squad.

LIVE| IPL 2018, KKR vs KXIP: Mujeeb strikes, Narine back to pavilion

Score after 6 overs, KKR 50-1, Chris Lynn 22*, Robin Uthappa 24*; Ankit Rajpoot (0/15), Mujeeb (1/20).

LIVE| IPL 2018, CSK vs RR: Chennai look for fresh start at new home...

CSK suffered their first loss of the season in their last match against Kings XI Punjab (KXIP) in Mohali recently.

LIVE| IPL 2018, KXIP vs SRH: Hosts lose first wicket as KL Rahul departs

Score after 7.5 overs, KXIP 53-1 Chris Gayle 31*, Mayank Agarwal*; Bhuvneshwar (0/7), Rashid Khan (1/15) KXIP 38-0 from 5 overs WHAT A START!

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Late wickets put Essequibo in command

Five wicket hauls from Joel Fortune and Joshua Jones saw Essequibo earning a lead of 148 heading into today’s final day of their second round clash against Select U-17 XI in the Guyana Cricket Board/Hand-in-Hand Mutual Fire and Life Insurance Under-19 Inter-County tournament at the Everest Cricket Club ground, Camp Road.

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