India is a country which has often produced talented cricketers, particularly it is further famous for the assembly line for batters. Being cricket as one of the major sources in sports, the fans in the country celebrate it like a religion. In
On Wednesday (18th September), former South African international cricketer Kyle Abbott delivered the best bowling figures in the last 63 years history of a first-class match. Hampshire pacer took a total of 17 wickets in the County Championship match against Somerset. Kyle
The 43-year-old Kent all-rounder Darren Stevens entered to the record book after scoring an incredible quick-fire double-century in a first-class cricket match. It was the day one of the County Championship Division One 2019 match between Kent and Yorkshire at Leeds. After
Kerala all-rounder Jalaj Saxena, who is silently playing professional cricket since 2005, has recently created a unique record in Indian cricket history. During recently concluded Duleep Trophy 2019 match between India Red and India Blue, the off-spinner Jalaj Saxena completed his 300
The 31-year-old Australian pacer Nathan Coulter-Nile has decided to give up his red-ball dream to extend his limited-overs career. After making his first-class debut in 2010 for Western Australia, Nathan Coulter-Nile played 37 first-class games. The right-arm pacer bagged 124 wickets in
Former England Cricket team all-rounder Luke Wright has announced his retirement from the first-class cricket. Meanwhile, he will continue playing white-ball cricket and has also extended his contract with Sussex. An all-rounder in its purest form, Wright has been stalwart for Sussex.