Monday, June 13, 2011

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West Indies crush India by 103 runs in fourth ODI

West Indies Bowling produced a clinical benefit after Kieron Pollard and Lendl Simmons laid the foundation with liquid fifties as India crushed by 103 runs in the  4th One-day International.

The Indians lead the five-match series 3-1, after taking an unbeatable lead in the series with a three-wicket victory last Saturday at the same place.

Sent into bat after winning toss Suresh Raina, Pollard's top scorer with a typically aggressive 70 off 72 balls while opening Simmons won a fluent 67 off 78 deliveries to lift the hosts to 249 for eight, their highest total in the series after Indian Bowling had them in a spot of bother at 89 for four.

In reply, India crumbled in light of a job covered by the host Bowling, especially Antonio Martins and Andre Russell, who shared seven wickets between them to end the visitors to 146 in 39 overs.

The victory not only broke a sequence of three consecutive defeats, but also restored some pride for the hosts. India made three changes to the team lead in Aswin Ravichandran, Ishant Sharma and Manoj Tiwary.

Tiwary, Shikhar Dhawan to play in place, failed to capitalize on the opportunity to edge Darren Sammy Baugh in Carlton, but Parthiv Patel took a few good boundaries to set it up for India.

But after getting his eye, Patel headed a uppishly for Sammy to complete a beautiful left-handed catch of his bowling. This was the case with Virat Kohli (22 off 33 balls) came out, courtesy of a clever piece of work Baugh off the bowling of leg-spinner Martin.

As for Subramaniam Badrinath was concerned, looked out of his mind from the start and the Caribbean Bowling, especially Russell, tormented him with knitted card before all-rounder had batsman caught behind Chennai.

If the order was the top back in the pavilion with not much on the card, there was still hope for India until the fittest Rohit Sharma and skipper Suresh Raina were at the crease.

But Martin had other ideas as Raina drew a fuller length delivery which batsman hit straight to mid wicket Pollard.

Yusuf Pathan, who has a reputation for throwing away his wicket, he lived up to billing, playing a shot useless against Simmons, who has not been clear long-off. When Sharma top-edged a Martin delivery to give Darren Bravo a simple catch in the circle, it was as good as over for India.

Former Pollard smashed six fours and two sixes in the highest score of 70 from 72 balls to spark a revival of West Indies, after having stumbled to 103 for five, more than 27 Simmons supported with 67 from 78 balls, Carlton Baugh Jr for 39 and Andre Russell, the hero of the West Indies beat the previous game, added 25th

The new ball pair of Ishant Sharma and Kumar, one of three changes for India in the lineup for the race, hit early, leaving the hosts on 12 for two. Sharma had opener Danza Hyatt caught in arrears to a point in the second over, and Ramnaresh Sarwan Kumar was caught in the same position with the same score in the fifth over.

The Indians met with opposition in the form of a 53-run stand between left-hander Darren Bravo and Simmons first Mishra sparked another mini-crisis, the Caribbean lose pair, as Marlon Samuels for 38 over 65 deliveries.

The visitors were again placed in the back-foot when Pollard and Baugh added 96 - largely peaceful - for the sixth wicket Caribbean is moving in the right direction.

But off-spinner Ravichandran Ashwin Pollard was caught long in the 45th over - most of the second Powerplay Batting - before Baugh and Russell continued attacks intention West Indies, abruptly putting on 41 for the seventh wicket.

Kumar returned to his final spell and removed Baugh and Russell from each other balls in the final against her - the penultimate of the inning - but the West Indies would feel reasonably satisfied with their final total.

India made three changes, bringing Sharma, Ashwin, and left-handed batsman Manoj Tiwary, Munaf to replace Patel, Harbhajan Singh and Shikhar Dhawan. West Indies made two changes, exchange Bravo and leg-spinner Anthony Martin Kirk Edwards and Devendra Bishoo respectively.

Praveen Kumar was the most successful bowler with three for 37 from 10 overs in India, and leg-spinner Amit Mishra captured two for 56 from 10 overs as the visitors again maintained beaten West Indies in control over another hard, true Vivian Richards Cricket Ground pitch .

West Indies vs India, 4th ODI

For the West Indies, it is to regain the pride that lies in tatters after three demoralizing defeats.
Captain Darren Sammy has struggled to explain why his players are finding in heavy conditions at home against an opposition that is without its top stars.

It 'been vocal in his criticism of the apparent lack of demand from his players.

Sammy blamed the lack of "killer instinct" as a reason for the team not being able to win.

He admitted that the batsmen were not up to running the label and that he expected a bit 'fast bowler Kemar Roach more.

"We were always runs at the top. We just lacked the finishing touch. On our bowling, Kemar is one of our strike bowlers and we needed a little 'more from him. But I can not blame anyone who has did a good job in recent months. If you put the ball in the right areas, you may bear fruit on this wicket, "Sammy said.

What is encouraging for the West Indies is the inspiration to knock Russell. A hurricane unbeaten 92 from number nine hitter is just the kind of inspiration the host batsmen to hit big in the remaining two matches and make the final score more respectable.

An unbeatable 3-0 in hand, India would now aim for a clean sweep, while trying new players when they take a side demoralized West Indies in the fourth game of the five matches irrelevant one-day international series here tomorrow.

Led by Suresh Raina, India's second string team gave a good account of itself dominating the struggling Caribbean, which has been further weakened by the lack of big hitting Chris Gayle and Dwayne Bravo as reliable performers.


In reality, the series has made a world of good for the young Indian players like Rohit Sharma, Virat Kohli and Raina himself.

They have proved as combatants in situations of tension, prompting coach Duncan Fletcher said that given the talent pool, its departments are set to dominate world cricket for another decade or so.

"It 's because of the amount of talent in India. Cricket in India is in a very, very healthy now," Fletcher said after India won the series with a three-wicket victory yesterday.

The right hand batsman Manoj Tiwary could get a look at after Raina has made it clear that the reserve players may be fielded for the remaining two games.

Saturday, June 11, 2011

India vs West Indies, 3rd ODI

India has won the toss and elected to field first in the third ODI being played against West Indies on June 11, 2011 at the Sir Vivian Richards Stadium, North Sound in Antigua.

Even after the first two losses against India, West Indies bowler will be a sigh of relief that there was no need to bowl to the likes of Sachin Tendulkar, Virendra Sehwag and Gautam Gambhir. The young Indian Rohit Sharma and Virat Kohli have been particularly so impressive that one wonders is the West Indian bowling lackluster or is that Indian boys are too talented for them.

As yet another series defeat looms large on the Caribbean side, one is still confused as to why the West Indies cricket board is not always Chris Gayle back in the side. Whatever the reason may be, the Indian bowlers are not complaining. He has started really well, to tie the batsmen of the West Indies and limit them to reasonable scores.

If India beat was spectacular, the bowling is too much in the capable hands as Amit Mishra, Munaf Patel and Praveen Kumar have impressed with their performance being regulated. Yousuf Pathan and Harbhajan Singh, have also performed quite well, but one of them should be much better against the West Indian batting line-up. But do not complain either.

beat West Indies' has clearly tried to miss the inspiration and the decision of the selector to rest Dwayne Bravo is just as baffling as their choice not to induction Chris Gayle in the side. Lendl Simmons beaten with contemptuous ease in the last game and the way Ramnaresh Sarwan is grinding its way through suggests that he may soon find his touch.

Bowling The Caribbean side was another weak point for the team and wonder where they all went fearsome fast bowler. Bishoo, having impressed against Pakistan, must now be going through a reality check against the Indian batsmen, who are the best players of spin bowling. Ravi Rampaul has impressed in patches, but is still a work in progress and should do well in the future.

Cup West Indies' trouble is spilling over, but there is one thing that should be taken and their skipper, Darren Sammy. Never the most gifted of players, which in a way similar to the determination of Rahul Dravid, who knew his limitations and has worked hard to improve them.

Sammy, Dravid is not in the joke is not a player to be feared, but as an athlete, the most important thing is the effort and it does so in abundance. While his place in the side can conjure up a bit 'of an application, but given the way West Indies have slipped down, it will certainly be the right man to inspire the team and lead them out of the rut.

As has been the trend so far in this series are India heads and shoulders above the West Indies and are the favorites to win the game and the series here. West Indies appear to be no possibility of upsetting the apple-cart in India unless India play course significantly below par or grit rubs Sammy and effort to his teammates and inspires them to play outside the skin and fight until the end .

Teams (likely):

West Indies: Lendl Simmons, Kirk Edwards, Darren Bravo, Ramnaresh Sarwan, Marlon Samuels, Kieron Pollard, Andre Russell/Anthony Martin, Darren Sammy (capt), Carlton Baugh (wk), Kemar Roach, Devendra Bishoo

India : Parthiv Patel (wk), Shikhar Dhawan, Virat Kohli, S Badrinath, Rohit Sharma, Suresh Raina (capt), Yusuf Pathan, Harbhajan Singh, Amit Mishra, Praveen Kumar, Munaf Patel

Thursday, June 9, 2011

India vs West Indies 2nd One Day Photos, Images - Virat Kohli Man of the Match

India comfortably beaten West Indies in rain hit match by seven wickets with 20 balls remaining as per D/L method and takes 2-0 lead in the 5 match series. Amit Mishra and Munaf took 4 took 3 wickets, while Virat Kohli's Man of the Match for his 81 runs.

Wednesday, June 8, 2011

West Indies vs India, 2nd ODI

After 50 overs West Indies 240 / 9 (22 * Sammy, Martin 0 *)

A mighty Flat Six on the long off fielder Sammy and a scrambled single next ball brings West Indies to the 240 mark, not a bad effort that they were 197 for 7. It is a fair comeback and the Windies have something to bowl. Do they have a chance against the Indian batting line? Time will say so, get lunch and back us 40 minutes to close, and together we will find out.

After 48.4 overs: West Indies 229 / 9 (15 * Sammy; Bishoo c P Patel b M Patel 0)

Wicket! Bishoo trying to pull the shot out of a DAB of Patel, but was declared caught behind by Peter Nero. I'm not sure about that one, but the replay to conclude. Eight balls left.

After 48.1 overs: West Indies 228 / 8 (14 * Sammy, Rampaul 1c M Raina b Patel 4)

Wicket! Another batsman bites the dust. Rampaul Windies need to stay there, but he did not keep the ball on the ground. Tried to go for the big heave, and Raina's hands at deep mid on. Bishoo is the number ten bat.

After 47 overs West Indies 221 / 7 (12 * Sammy, Rampaul 9 *)

The crowd grew a bit and appreciate Ravi Rampaul's Gusto, with two boundaries off Harbhajan, a widish to mid-wicket, and one down the leg side. Sammy has also raised his hand for the fight, beating Praveen Kumar for a big six over mid-wicket. If they can get to maybe 140, maybe West Indies have a fighting total.

After 44 overs West Indies 197 / 7 (DJ Bravo c Harbhajan [long off] b Mishra 8, Baugh b Mishra 2)

Wicket! Here is a familiar face ... Windies wickets and four fast slides, as India cut through their middle order. Offset by the power play. Bravo tries to hit Mishra inside and out, and gets the ball as far as Harbhajan to long off. Sammy comes to replace him. Baugh then gets a ball thrown everything ends later to play for the turn with a straighter ball. Mishra will not have to get his hat-trick, with Ravi Rampaul come in and defend the first ball.

After 41.3 overs: West Indies 192 / 5 (6 * DJ Bravo, Pollard LBW Mishra 0)

Wicket! Pollard has no time to settle, and he gets sent on his way. He tried to wipe the court of Mishra, and was first path. He has been distributed, with about perhaps the only problem, if any. Still, Hawkeye suggests that the Summit would have hit off-stump. He has to go, and he is replaced by Carlton Baugh Jr, the wicket-keeper.

After 41 overs West Indies 192 / 4 (Sarwan c Yusuf [mid-wicket] b Patel 56, DJ Bravo 6 *)

Wicket! Other West Indies batsman betrays his wicket. Sarwan was the ball past the man can not get at gully, played his first five deliveries to the fielder. The sixth, a high full toss, he swings right into the arms of Pathan at mid-wicket. His affinity for the pull shot as he was in again. Hometown Hero and is in Queen's Park batsman Kieron Pollard to lusty applause ...

After 39 overs West Indies 189 / 3 (Sarwan 54 *, DJ Bravo 5 *)

Another good over for the West Indies. Sarwan brings his 50, the Guyanese batsman vital cog in Windies innings so far, allowing the other batsmen to bat around him. He received his monument with an attractive drive through mid-wicket for four.

After 36 overs West Indies 175 / 3 (Sarwan 46 *, Samuels st P Patel b Pathan 36)

Wicket! Samuels gave away his hand after playing so well, with nearly 50 Sarwan. Poor cricket at that time he had 13 off that over, including a huge six down the ground and a nice ride for four people. Pathan drew him down the ground with the person who spun away, Patel, and removed the brackets. Dwayne Bravo is the number 5 batsman.

After 34 overs: Western Ineids 154 / 2 (Sarwan 77 *, 17 * Samuels)

Drinks! Good recovery after the loss of Simmons. West Indies 150 comes in the 34th over, a beautiful straight past the bowler, captain Raina, Munaf Patel to long on the beat of the border. It is time for a drink and a very short break, but the regional team have really done well at this stage to carry out what they do not do for two days. Still 16 overs to go, but this may just be a more competitive total. Something around 250-260 is possible with Dwayne Bravo and Kieron Pollard has to bat, and it will provide an interesting match if they can reach that total.

After 30 overs West Indies 136 / 2 (Sarwan 38 *, Samuels 5 *)

Shear for Samuels. He folds one down the leg side, and the fielder at leg slip can grab the ball with his outstretched right hand. But it was certainly catch-able. Sarwan, now edges closer to that 50, he is already facing 59 balls.

After 26.5 overs: West Indies 123 / 2 (Simmons st P Patel b Pathan 53, Sarwan 31 *)

Wicket! What a tragedy for the West Indies, and happiness for India. Simmons seemed to have lost his concentration, and Pashtun pulled him forward. The batter can not connect, and he keeps flapping like a fish without water, his bat at least one foot in the crease. Marlon Samuels to come, but that was a big blow to the regional team that appeared in the middle.

After 24.2 overs: West Indies 115 / 1 (Simmons 50 *, Sarwan 26 *)

A lot has happened in the last three or soovers. West Indies reached their 100 in the 21th with a few short third man Simmons and Simmons planted Pathan down the ground for a six-cylinder knife, before playing a single to long on a well-played half a century. Harbhajan is back on and test a second bowling spell, including a girl in the 23rd.

After 20 overs West Indies 96 / 1 (Simmons 40 *, Sarwan 18 *)

West Indies have really improved from two days ago. It is early days still, but they are running the strike and putting away the bad balls, play the odd sweep shot, in all areas of their batting that had been missing from the first encounter. Change in the bowling now, the spin-off oxthodox Yusuf Pathan replaces leg-break from Amit Mishra.

After 17.1 overs West Indies 85 / 1 (Simmons 35 *, Sarwan 12 *)

RAIN BREAK! Oh dear. I would have spoken a bit too early. The sun disappeared faster than you could say 'Jack Sprat', and the clouds flew in and took over. Can not for long, as the covers were called in, then out ...

After 17 overs West Indies 84 / 1 (Simmons 35 *, Sarwan 11 *)

Drinks! The usual dust and paint for the pitch, the sun with a thud on the field, with some clouds looming on the eastern side of the ground. That's usually the direction of the rains, but hopefully we won 't have to find out how big a threat could be. There is a real crowd Wednesday for the game despite the loss Windies on Monday. The batsmen would be satisfied with their efforts ... In the previous match, it took 31 overs to get into triple digits.

After 15 overs West Indies 76 / 1 (Simmons 34 *, Sarwan 4 *)

West Indies with a bit of fighting, Sarwan finally getting off the mark with a sweetly timed drive through cover point for four off Harbhajan. Simmons stumps following about Mishra for six over mid-wicket. India react by swapping "Bhaji" for Munaf Patel. Harbhajan is a bit expensive, going for 23 runs in his first two overs, including ten pictures of WIDE leg side.

After 12.1 overs West Indies 57 / 1 (Simmons 25 *, Edwards wk c P Patel b Mishra 25)

Wicket! Ohh, a disappointing end to a promising start, and India strike first blow. Edwards jus leaned his club in the delivery outside offstump and would have gotten the slightest edge to the keeper. Good ball from Mishra, drawing the batsman into a false stroke. Enters Ramnaresh Sarwan, innings top-scorer in the first game. West Indies need him to repeat, or better yet, the feat.

After 11 overs West Indies 45 / 0 (Simmons 25 *, 18 * Edwards)

It is not easy, but the Windies struggling, in an attempt to rotate the strike more than they did in the last game. Harbhajan was about to come to test them, though. Yet we have seen some pretty far away from Simmons.

NOTE: I have the squads below for your information.

 After 8 overs: West Indies 33 / 0 (17 * Simmons, Edwards 16 *)

It is a fair start for the West Indies, similar to the first ODI. No wicket down yet, but the Pacers Munaf Patel and Praveen Kumar are good bowling.

But Simmons and Edwards are starting to get in step, it is interesting from here on in. India concern problems of the Windies again trying to spin, and Amit Mishra will bowl for the ninth.

Welcome to Queen's Park Oval for the second Digicel Pearls ODI between West Indies and India.

The visitors won the toss and inserting the regional team.

The pitch looks like it will again provide a challenge for the batsmen, the sun is out and shining bright, the crowd is small, but the fans steadily trickling in.

There is some cloud cover over the Oval, but hopefully not too much influence the cricket.

I give you the squads in just a moment.

West Indies vs India second ODI Match - Live Streaming

West Indies remained, with slopes more on the opposition and were first asked to bat a bare spinner-friendly surface of Suresh Raina. On paper it seemed an advantage, but at home this season, the West Indies have only been successful hunt. Batting first, they have four ODIs, Pakistan and India lost three in one.

Cloudy and thus an opportunity to the revised target, a part available in India have played, it started to drizzle and the captains of their interviews completed after the draw. India is unchanged, while the West Indies rested bring Darren Bravo Kieron Pollard. Pollard This is the first ODI of the season after he played the tour Pakistan for Mumbai Indians in IPL have beaten.
India 1 Parthiv Patel (wk), 2 Shikhar Dhawan, 3 Virat Kohli, 4 S Badrinath, 5 Rohit Sharma, 6 Suresh Raina (capt.), 7 Yusuf Pathan, 8 Harbhajan Singh, 9 Amit Mishra, 10 Praveen Kumar, 11 Munaf Patel.

West Indies
1 Lendl Simmons, 2 Kirk Edwards, 3 Ramnaresh Sarwan, 4 Marlon Samuels, 5 Dwayne Bravo, 6 Kieron Pollard, 7 Darren Sammy (capt), 8 Carlton Baugh (wk), 9 Ravi Rampaul, 10 Devendra Bishoo, 11 Anthony Martin.

Tuesday, June 7, 2011

India v West Indies 2nd ODI Port of Spain - India look to continue dominance

India, which started there campaign to look forward ODI brighter note after the match against West Indies with 4 wickets out there to keep efforts to continue the West Indies on the mat. The pitch at Queen's Park Oval is well suited to the Indians, and they want this advantage, before moving to Antigua for the 3rd and 4 ODI.

The young Indian brigade knows how important it is to keep the momentum with them as far as possible. You know it's great task to bridge the gap by the absence of Sachin, Sehwag, Gambhir, Zaheer, Yuvraj and Dhoni, but they also know that they are the world champions, and they show the fighting spirit, whether they played against West Indies with Created feel second string team or regular team.

West Indies on the other side looks out of ideas in two Twenty20 and One Day Internationals at first, they played too many balls dot in the middle overs, which cost the end they play at the end. West Indies opener, the team struggled to restart required in the absence of Chris Gayle, which ultimately put much pressure on two high-level players Sarwan and Samuels would be. What must hurt the West Indies but both are not wearing there until the end of inning, and allowed India to have full control in the game.

West Indies biggest challenge is to face quality spin attack in the previous series against Pakistan and Pakistanis do not play spinners well and that cost them the series. If the West Indies batsmen continue to struggle, then it is very difficult for them to win this series, too.

India bowling unit looks more than their unit down a hair. Indian pace or spin-division in the first game after the West Indians only 214 runs restrict impressed. The major concern for India, it is normally closed and experienced middle order. Parthiv Patel has a wide range of shots, but is expected to set a higher price on his wicket, after an unnecessary offense to run in the first ODI. S. Badrinath know this is golden opportunity for him in the absence of other high-ranking members of the squad, and he wants to grab it by both hands when this might not be his last chance.

It will be interesting to see how they come along, when they hunt challenge of running on 260th

Likely to play (begin match schedule at 18:30 India Time Clock) XI for both teams

After winning the first game of the West Indies, India is unlikely that the winner to tickle squad. On the other hand, could bring the West Indies K. Pollard to provide the much needed strength in the middle order.

India Squad: Parthiv Patel (WK), Shikhar Dhawan, Virat Kohli, S Badrinath, Rohit Sharma, Suresh Raina (captain), Yusuf Pathan, Harbhajan Singh, A. Mishra, Praveen Kumar, Munaf Patel.

West Indies Squad: Lendl Simmons, Kirk Edwards, Darren Bravo, Ramnaresh Sarwan, Dwayne Bravo, M. Samuels, Kieron Pollard, Darren Sammy (captain), Carlton Baugh (WK), Ravi Rampaul, Anthony Martin.

India stutter to win a 4-wicket

Port of Spain: Stuttering in a competition of ordinary cotton line-up, India to a 4-wicket win, India had the extra quality to successfully under-par West Indies, chasing a total. West India Company seemed to be missing India's bowling skills and handle, but her melons and field players were spirited in defense, pulling down India. The top order faltered after a fast start, but Rohit Sharma and Suresh Raina India captain stabilized from 104 for 4.

 It was a slow and low track all right, quickly become the norm in the West Indies now, but was not tricky enough, either in whole or in West Indies India had to fight there to justify. The only batsmen that were probably seemed Marlon Samuels, Raina and Rohit eventually. Samuels 'half century, injected some life into West Indies' innings limp after early exit doors and an extra careful Ramnaresh Sarwan, they had to crawl to 74 for 3 in 25 overs.

Raina has been similar for India with a long effort, but it was Rohit the exciting work. There were two Rohit on the display. The first came, they saw Devendra Bishoo spin on it and started digging at all. The Rohit refused to work hard slog and looked on his way. The next Shikhar Dhawan Rohit, who is his girl half a century in a convincing manner and looked made out at any moment struck.

It was during a period of the legspinners Bishoo and Anthony Martin kept playing on a short leash, with Darren Sammy and the tender box player providing the support cast. 13.2 overs India had not a single border. The nervousness was evident. S Badrinath played 11 points ahead of straight edges make Bishoo, 61 for 3rd to rub off the roads Rohit Dhawan, trying to run every ball hit for four, found either an edge or a field player. His sweep gate, a slog that Martin gave his first wicket was a freight train coming.

However, Rohit was the self-destructive period until then. And also a critical moment in the 24th over, when a close LBW shout was decided in his favor. He played Bishoo for the turn and the straighter one's back pad before you kissed the bat. And it was exactly. The referee could not really not sure it was accused of hit the pad first, but the West Indies could claim that the DRS would have got her husband.

These early hiccups negotiated, the other Rohit was the one with the eyelash in a sweaty shirt, running hard to transform ourselves to those in two and scored his first 30 runs without a limit. Raina came in and pushed a few boundaries to calm things further. Rohit first boundary was a pleasure: an Inside-Out Chip for six off Sammy. The two in 14.3 overs were 80, not hurried at all. Raina have killed us to do things in the batting powerplay and a physical fight Rohit would have had to dig much deeper Martin had stuck to a simple return catch by Yusuf Pathan at 189 for 5.

Another half a captain in the match Sarwan, had done a much better start than Rohit, but played himself into a shell, providing another critical period in the game. West Indies had lost to a similar start as India lost two wickets after a quickish start, but Sarwan's 63-ball stand with Kirk Edwards presented 38 points. Praveen Kumar, Amit Mishra and Harbhajan Singh - who went for 108 in their 30 overs for five wickets - rolled good, but not least, because the batsmen allowed them. Neither looked to fall and run fast individual, nor was a single outfield player under pressure. Harbhajan reaped the reward as Edwards top-edged a straighter one.

Samuels, though, has the urgency to attack Yusuf, the first man to have a strike rate of over 50. After a period of 12 overs for 56, at 130 for 3, they asked for the batting powerplay. Forty-three lost came from the power play, but Sarwan West Indies to a tingling in the legs page. The real shock came after the power play as Raina slipped a short delivery time by Samuels' legs and Harbhajan has Bravo with a doosra that dipped and kicked. The rest was only 23 to the 191 for 6 in the 45th add on, India offers a seemingly easy to hunt. As it turned out, it was dehydrated, cramping up and a little luck, remove it Rohit.

Cricket Cheer girls photos

How to help girls celebrate cricket?

How cheer girls promote the cause of cricket? Why are players like gladiators in IPL auction system of cricket? These were some of the questions that members of the Parliamentary Standing Committee on Finance to the top BCCI officials, including its President Shashank Manohar, Secretary N Srinivasan and IPL Commissioner Chirayu Amin presented during a hearing on the financial transactions associated with the implementation of IPL .

While the BCCI top brass said that IPL would help the cause of cricket and attract more talent, cheer at a loss to explain it the role of the girl was, they said.

It is learned that the BCCI officials put the burden of introducing the concept of IPL chief Lalit Modi looted. Some of the members of the committee, headed by BJP MP Yashwant Sinha, presented the concept of auctioning of the players as "gladiators". They said it reminded her of the Roman Empire, where people were sold to bidders on the basis of their physical strength.

Manohar, Srinivasan and amine were from the House for about two-and-a-half hours questioned about the alleged violations of FEMA. The BCCI was asked about the approved funding pattern of the very popular IPL and the methods of payment to foreign and Indian players. The Committee also sought details of the expenditure on the implementation of the second edition of the Twenty20 tournament in South Africa was established in year 2009.
The IPL has been in the African nation in 2009 rather than due to a clash of dates with the general elections in India.

Afridi files court petition against PCB

Suspended Pakistan cricket star Shahid Afridi on Tuesday filed a petition in court asking that the sanctions imposed on him by the Pakistan Cricket Board to be upset and demand justice.

A long match insults that runs between Afridi and manager of Pakistan has shaken the game, still recovering from the aftermath of a spot-fixing scandal that ended in the long ban on Salman Butt, Mohammad Asif and Mohammad Aamer.

"I took a plea that the show causes notice served on me is illegal to play abroad and a ban should be lifted me and I hope that justice is done," Afridi told AFP after the filing of the petition in the southern province of Sindh.

"We have filed a petition in the High Court of Sindh against the sanctions on our client Afridi and have launched an appeal for a stay order against the sentences against him," his lawyer Mandviwala Mahmood told AFP.

Court officials said the case Afridi process begins immediately under a bench of two members of the Chief Justice Musheer Alam and Aqeel Ahmed Abbasi.

Afridi went to court after announcing his retirement from international cricket in protest at being replaced as captain of a day last month.

The PCB said Afridi breached the players 'code' of conduct by announcing his retirement and complaints against the Council level.

The PCB center suspended its contract, dismissal and all of its no-objection certificates that have allowed him to play in England and Sri Lanka and served with a show-cause notice last week.

They also formed a disciplinary committee of three persons, Afridi and ordered to appear on Wednesday. His lawyer said that Afridi will not be present and questioned the disciplinary process.

The 31 year-old former captain of a day is the latest in a series of Pakistani cricketers to launch legal battles against the cricket authorities.

The last was Paceman Shoaib Akhtar, whose appeal against the sanctions imposed in 2008 for publicly criticizing the board is still pending in court in the eastern city of Lahore.

Afridi petition was filed after the Waqar Younis Pakistan coach and manager Intikhab Alam described him as "immature and unwilling to listen" tour in the reports leaked to the press and published in the newspaper Dawn on Tuesday.

"As captain I feel it is still very immature discipline is poor, there is no game plan and is not willing to listen to the opinions of others' or consultants," wrote West Indies tour where Waqar Afridi led the team to win 3-2 in May.

It 'was the public criticism of Waqar Afridi last month on "undue interference" in the selection of the team, which forced the PCB to serve him with a show-cause notice and then dump him as captain.

In its report, said Waqar coaching staff had failed to improve the behavior Afridi, saying that "sometimes his volatile nature and immature were negative and led to unfortunate results of gambling losses."

Waqar said Afridi made a fuss during the fourth and the fifth game of a day during the tour of West Indies.

"Afridi entered into discussions with a decisive attitude and refused to discuss the game of 11 options for the team and they acted very improperly and left the meeting," Waqar wrote in his report.

"Afridi attitude and unwillingness to answer the questions led to a very uncomfortable locker room that has affected the performance of the players', with consequent loss of the last two series."

Alam said he tried his "best to defuse the situation," but the fault Waqar to be 'a bit harsh and arrogant, which creates problems, "and accused Afridi of lacking temperament and be" extremely hyperactive. "

"I told him not to talk to the press on his return home and if he had serious problems with Waqar or anyone else would have to talk with the president (PCB Ijaz Butt) directly," wrote Alam.

Mandviwala Afridi's lawyer accused the PCB to smear his client by leaking reports

Monday, June 6, 2011

India vs West Indies 1st ODI cricket match

Port of Spain: Indian team lost the toss in the first match day international against West Indies. So the first move should be to West Indies cricket team, who decided to bat. Since this is a batting pitch, the West Indies team should try to score a big total to beat an inexperienced Indian team.

In the meantime, and interestingly so, Pollard has been left out, along with Andrew Russell.

India is also a surprise, leaving out Ashwin R for Amit Mishra. Of course, no one knows if you are watching on TV in India.

The World Champions of Cricket, India, are preparing to take on West Indies in their first game after the ICC 2011 World Cup. The Indian team led by stand-in skipper Suresh Raina in the absence of regular captain MS Dhoni includes young players with just two batters in the first regular service in Virat Kohli and Suresh Raina.

The team will not get the services of players such as captain MS Dhoni, Master Blaster Sachin Tendulkar, Virender Sehwag, Gautam Gambhir and Yuvraj Singh in the first ODI against the West Indians, who under their captain Darren Sammy could groped to exploit the land home advantage.

India, meanwhile, are very confident with the 16-run victory against West Indian lineup in the preparatory stage Twenty-20 matchup. In the game Saturday, Subramaniam Badrinath and Rohit Sharma form to victory for India, who won the 2011 ICC World Cup by beating Sri Lanka in his home race two months back.

On the other hand, the lineup of the West Indies, is optimistic, with the inclusion of star players like Ramnaresh Sarwan and Dwayne Bravo on the team. Pollard, Sarwan and Bravo are leading aggressive batsmen in world cricket.

But the West Indians lack a powerful bowling attack. Leg-spinner Devendra Bishoo, pacer Ravi Rampual and Captain Sammy are the bowlers of confidence in the team for a few laps. Meanwhile, beat together in India have a bowling lineup better especially in the spinning department.

West Indies XI: Sammy (CAPT), Dwayne Bravo, Baugh (wk), Bishoo, Darren Bravo, Edwards, Martin, Rampaul, Samuels, Sarwan and Simmons

India XI: Raina (CAPT), Harbhajan, Badrinath, Kohli, Praveen Kumar, Mishra, Munaf Patel, Parthiv Patel (BS), Pathan, Rohit Sharma, Dhawan.

Sunday, June 5, 2011

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