Atharva Ankolekar spun the web around of Bangladesh U19 team in Colombo on Saturday en route to a five-wicket to help India emerge winners in Asia Cup U19 final.
Former all-rounder Divakar Vasu appointed as Tamil Nadu's head coach; R Prasanna named assistant coach
Vasu would be the head coach for the season 2019-2020, while former Tamil Nadu batsman R Prasanna would be the assistant coach, the Tamil Nadu Cricket Association said in a press release.
For two days in the deserts of Sharjah, Sachin Tendulkar held court in all his pomp. Like a victorious king who had felled an empire, Tendulkar floated in the humid Middle-East air, except that the ravages he looked over were of his own doing, for the emperor was an army in himself.
This Day That Year: Sachin Tendulkar's 'Desert Storm' that blew the world off its feet completes 20 years
Revisiting Sachin Tendulkar's iconic 'Desert Storm' knock at Sharjah on its 20th anniversary.
Nidahas Trophy 2018: Dinesh Karthik says his last-ball six was an amazing feeling, a 'memory of a lifetime'
Karthik did a Javed Miandad with a last-ball six as India pulled off an incredible chase beating Bangladesh by four wickets.
While there was a steady progression in Washington Sundar's junior career, it was since the IPL that the 18-year-old started taking giant strides.
Ranji Trophy: Presence of Murali Vijay, Ravichandran Ashwin makes Tamil Nadu favourites in season-opener
Tamil Nadu coach Hrishikesh Kanitkar said he was happy with the pre-season preparations adding that the focus would be on playing good cricket.
While Kumble is an all-time great of Indian cricket, he has to accept his relative importance in a captain’s game and decide whether or not this would work for him.
What exactly are BCCI's parameters for selection of India's Head Coach are not absolutely clear, but some aspects have been out in the public domain.
Former India player Hrishikesh Kanitkar has finally called time on his cricket career to concentrate on coaching assignments in the near future.
Rajasthan, who took a huge 326-run first innings lead, walked away with a winners' cheque of Rs 2 crore while Tamil Nadu got half that amount.
The southpaw stroked powerfully off his back foot to score an unbeaten 129 off 227 balls with 17 hits to the fence on a placid Brabourne Stadium wicket.