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Recreational cricket starts from tomorrow: Indoor pools, gyms and other sports facilities to open from July 25

LONDON July 10: Recreational team sports will be permitted to begin returning outdoors from this weekend, under government guidance published on 9th July, 2020. Continue reading “Recreational cricket starts from tomorrow: Indoor pools, gyms and other sports facilities to open from July 25”

Cricket resumes after beginning of Covid pandemic

LONDON July 8: Cricket will be more than just a game when it makes its return on Wednesday at the Ageas Bowl when England plays the West Indies in the world’s first Test match since the start of March because of the coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading “Cricket resumes after beginning of Covid pandemic”

PM Boris Johnson Allows Recreational Cricket To Resume From Next Weekend

LONDON July 4: British Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Friday he had called in the “third umpire” as he announced that recreational cricket would be allowed to resume on the weekend of July 11-12. Continue reading “PM Boris Johnson Allows Recreational Cricket To Resume From Next Weekend”

Pakistan Cricket Team Set To Arrive In England On Sunday

LONDON June 27: Pakistan will arrive for their tour of England at the weekend even though several potential squad members have tested positive for the coronavirus, cricket chiefs announced on Friday. Continue reading “Pakistan Cricket Team Set To Arrive In England On Sunday”

All English cricketers return negative for COVID-19 ahead of WI series

LONDON June 25: The ECB confirmed that a total of 702 COVID-19 tests were carried out between June 3 and June 23 with “several stakeholder groups” working at Southampton and Manchester with some being
All the English cricketers vying for places in the squad for the upcoming Test series against the West Indies returned negative for COVID-19, the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) said on Wednesday. Continue reading “All English cricketers return negative for COVID-19 ahead of WI series”

Coronavirus: Sachin Tendulkar Pledges To Feed 5000 People For A Month

MUMBAI April 11: Former India cricketer Sachin Tendulkar has pledged to feed 5000 people for one month as the country grapples through coronavirus pandemic. Continue reading “Coronavirus: Sachin Tendulkar Pledges To Feed 5000 People For A Month”

“Always Had Sympathy With Him”: Andrew Strauss On Kevin Pietersen Fallout

LONDON April 6: Former England captain Andrew Strauss admitted that he didn’t handle Kevin Pietersen well during his time at the helm as the flamboyant batsman should have been given some space despite not exactly adhering to the team ethos. Continue reading ““Always Had Sympathy With Him”: Andrew Strauss On Kevin Pietersen Fallout”

Steve Smith Free To Captain Australia Again After Leadership Ban Ends

SYDNEY March 30: A two-year leadership ban slapped on Steve Smith after the ball-tampering scandal in South Africa ended on Sunday, leaving the master batsman free to skipper Australia again. Continue reading “Steve Smith Free To Captain Australia Again After Leadership Ban Ends”

Pakistan’s Squash Legend Azam Khan Dies Of COVID-19 In London

LONDON March 30: Pakistani squash great Azam Khan has died of coronavirus in London, his family said. Azam, who won the British Open title successively between 1959 and 1961, had tasted positive for COVID-19 last week and died at London’s Ealing Hospital on Saturday. He was 95. Continue reading “Pakistan’s Squash Legend Azam Khan Dies Of COVID-19 In London”

Virat Kohli, Anushka Sharma Urge People To “Stay Home And Stay Healthy”

MUMBAI March 21: The coronavirus threat has been a major cause of concern that has gripped the entire world. Late on Thursday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the nation asking citizens of the country to practice “Janta Curfew” on Sunday (March 22) in the fight against COVID-19. Continue reading “Virat Kohli, Anushka Sharma Urge People To “Stay Home And Stay Healthy””