Memorabilia

Alan Knott: The eccentric gloveman

May 31, 2021

Huish, Hubble, Ames, Levett, Evans … great work behind the wickets has been a feature of Kent cricket for long. ...

A batting genius called Viswanath

May 31, 2021

If ever God gave me a boon I would want to bat like GR Viswanath. Yes. There was a certain ...

Profile of John Arlott: Being Human

May 15, 2021

It was John Betjeman who changed the course of his life. The young man had moved on from his early ...

Sunil Gavaskar – A Master Batsman on Poor...

April 2, 2021

Batting is as Sunil Gavaskar demonstrated. Flawless, skillful, radiant, and, importantly, making an authoritative statement at the crease. With a ...

Mudassar Nazar: Remembering His Golden Spell

March 15, 2021

England for some odd reason was regarded as the final frontier by our national sides of the sixties and seventies. ...

KAPIL, A jewel of Indian cricket

February 11, 2021

Kapil Dev. The name triggers a flood of memories from his deeds on the cricket field. From the debut against ...

Heralding a force and jewel of cricket commentary

February 9, 2021

As one of Pakistan cricket’s most enduring voices behind the microphone, both on television and radio, Chishty Mujahid has delivered ...

TWO’S COMPANY, Incredible Bowling Pairs

January 31, 2021

It is a truism that cricket is all about partnerships. The record books are full of statistics about batting partnerships. ...

The first-ever Test in Pakistan, nothing short ...

November 28, 2020

New Year’s Day, 1955. The Dacca Stadium. That was what it was called. Today it is enmeshed in the a ...

The everlasting charm of India-Pakistan cricket...

November 24, 2020

April 1978. The news was prominently displayed on the sports page. “Pakistan stars for Abbas Ali Baig Benefit Match.” It ...