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I was one of those child cricketers who used to run it to bowl at 100mph and bowl about 50mph. My idols at the time were the likes of Waqar Younis and Allan Donald and the West Indies at the time were still in their relative heyday of pace bowling even if they were reliant on the greats, Ambrose and Walsh.
Safety in sport has become very much in the public eye over recent years and cricket cannot afford not to take its responsibility
James Faulkner shows off his artistic side by drawing a portrait of Rajasthan Royals teammate Amit Mishra.
"The hotel won't be a quiet place tonight," muses the commentator on the video above, which shows Chris Gayle and the West
Chris Gayle recorded professional cricket's fastest ever century from just 30 balls, eventually finishing with 175 off 66
Indian cricket officials have suspended five IPL players pending an inquiry corruption. A sting by undercover television
Until recently the Indian Premier League had been to me what protecting Gotham City has been to Batman for the past 73 years; fun on occasion, but swiftly becoming tedious and largely irrelevant.
Chris Gayle bashed Pune Warriors' bowling to smithereens on Wednesday as he hit five successive sixes in one over. The West