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Manish Pandey’s innings of 114 runs in 73 balls helped Royal Challengers, Bangalore to defeat Deccan Chragers in IPL-2009 and seal a place in the semifinal. Perhaps an understatement. This 19 years old lad has so much to sell from his cricketing store. And make the cricket lovers happier.

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The Bollywood heart throb has ventured in to a new business territory. Read more at:

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JESSE RYDER: DRUNKEN CRICKET TALENT

March 17th 2009 01:34
Jesse Daniel Ryder was born on 6th August 1984 at Masterton, Wellington, New Zealand. He had a turbulent childhood as his father Peter Ryder and mother Heather separated when he was a child. It was his father Peter who had taken custody of Jesse who shaped up the cricketing base for his son. Jesse Ryder moved along with his father to Napier in pursuit of a better schooling and competitive cricket.

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The Proteas finally prevailed over their arch rivals Australians at the latter’s own backyards. A painful home series loss after 16 long years indeed. Not only in the test series but also a convincing series win in the following ODI series too. The series saw the emergence of a valuable cricket player for the South Africans in Jean Paul Duminy. The emergence has been out of an opportunity bestowed on him in turbulent times, acid test for this youngster to stand tall in Australians desperation to snatch a win.

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GRAEME SMITH: THE BORN CRICKETER

March 14th 2009 06:48
Handsome is what handsome does. Graeme Craig Smith, the South African cricket captain, is undoubtedly the most handsome captain in international cricket today. To be precise, he looks handsome and does handsome. He took over the captaincy from Shaun Pollock after the team’s dismal performance in the World cup in 2003 under trying circumstances. He was only 22 years and 82 days when he took over the captaincy becoming the youngest ever South African captain.

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Indian cricket has flourished over the years. Like in any discipline, it is purely driven by passion. The quantum of cricket being played in India, every nook and corner, in remote villages with wooden versions of bats and tennis balls, in gullies of cities, is unparalleled. To be precise, it is a pure passion running in the veins of Indian youth. This is what has produced cricketers like Virender Sehwag.

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Mahendra Singh Dhoni....yesss....probably the best cricket player India has ever produced. He has arrived to this stage where he belongs from a middle class background from Ranchi, a small city in the newly carved out State of Jharkhand in India. His father, Pan Singh, has moved to Ranchi from his ancestral village of Lwali, a remote village in Almora district of Uttaranchal State, on getting a modest job in a Company named MECON.

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He is a human being like you and me. Probably, what differentiate are his abilities and achievements in the game of cricket simultaneously being able to devote substantial time for the noble cause in philanthropies. This gentleman achieves and earns not only for him but the needy, downtrodden human beings. Chatter box”, “motormouth” are his nick names in business; he is the true flute bearer and a cricketing avatar of Lord Krishna of Hindu Religion.

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PLAYERS AND ADMINISTRATORS

March 14th 2009 06:27
This blog tries to cover the best of cricket players and the administrators of the game.

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