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Delhi's Shorey impresses, but can't stop Gujarat from making Vijay Hazare semis

Dhruv Shorey's cricketing career has been full of paradoxes. When he plays first-class cricket, his attractive strokeplay makes you think he will be better suited for 50-over cricket. When he bats in one-dayers, you wonder he's probably going a tad slower. A List-A strike rate of 73 backs that observation. Shorey is supposed to be a mainstay of ...

Singapore's Navin Param credits hockey skills for match-winning knock

On the eve of his 24th birthday, it was Navin Param who gifted a thrilling victory to his Singapore teammates with a brilliantly crafted 72 not out off 41 balls that helped his team come from behind and stun Bermuda. A core feature of Param's innings was ...

Sharma rates double ton as 'most challenging' Test knock

Rohit Sharma Sunday described his maiden Test double century as "most challenging" after he lifted India out of early trouble and put the hosts in command of the third match against South Africa. Sharma made 212 as India declared their innings on 497 for nine on a weather-interrupted day two in Ranchi. The in-form Sharma, who hit twin centuries ...

South Africa reeling vs India at stumps on day 2 of 3rd test

RANCHI, India (AP) South Africa was left reeling at 9-2 in five overs when play was called off on day two of the third test on Sunday. Bad light forced the umpires to take the players off the field about 20 minutes into the day's last session. With the ...

MVP Naveen, surprise package Nabibakhsh lead PKL team of the season

In addition to Bengal Warriors getting the better of Naveen Kumar's individual heroics for Dabang Delhi KC, Season 7 of the Pro Kabaddi League will be remembered for milestone performances from Pawan Kumar Sehrawat and Pardeep Narwal. Here's our team of the tournament from the three-month-long season: Kabaddi home | PKL 7: Full coverage | Live ...

No Maninder, no problem: Buoyant Bengal a class above dysfunctional Delhi

AHMEDABAD - There was a stark contrast in the way the two lead raiders of Bengal Warriors and Dabang Delhi KC -- the finalists of the Pro Kabaddi League Season 7 -- showed up at the EKA Arena by TransStadia on Saturday. Maninder Singh, Bengal's captain and lead raider, could barely smile, while Naveen Kumar, Delhi's top scorer, beamed.