August17

Forever Young

by:
FrankHayes

In the real world everybody gets older as Anno Domini advances, but for all of us there are a few people who, in our mind’s eye, never age a day

August05

Gilbert Cann And His Fifteen Minutes Of Fame

by:
rsz_ngpbay

Kolkata’s rich sporting heritage can be traced back to the 19th century and it was Norman Gilbert Pritchard, born in the city on 23 June 1875 who as per the official International Olympic Committee records was the first Indian to compete in the Olympics. Pritchard won silver in the 200 metres and 200 metres hurdles […]

July28

Olympic Cricket

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olympics

It’s no secret that the International Cricket Council (ICC) is keen that cricket, in the form of T20 be re-introduced into the Olympics and that standing in its way is the mighty Board of Control for Cricket in India (BCCI) for a myriad of reasons. As most avid cricket fans are aware, cricket was played […]

July12

Alastair Cook: Is he approaching the end of the road in Test cricket?

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The summer of 2018 looks like being a make-or-break period for England’s longest-serving test batsman, Alastair Cook. The former skipper has endured a torrid time with the bat in recent series, with a string of disappointing performances against New Zealand in the winter. Cook’s inconsistencies have led to more questions from the press as to whether the Essex ace has the drive to keep going at the pinnacle of the game.