The Indian Premier League, is the soap opera that millions of families are watching and following closely at present.
The IPL 2018 has begun marking extraordinary and record-breaking fan following. All the initial matches had stadiums filled to the brim.
The stage is set, “Let the games begin”. Millions of cricket viewers will be looking forward to on April 7.
A dream finish — is what a cricket lover and all the stake-holders would term India’s victory in the Nidahas Trophy 2018, held in Colombo, Sri Lanka.
The other day a very successful cricket coach vehemently reminded me “cricket, my friend, is no more a gentleman’s game”.
The week gone saw two events aimed at promoting cricket at the grassroots level for men and women.
The phrase, “no rest for the wicked” seems to describe the situation the Indian cricket team finds itself in.
Cricket in South Africa is at a crescendo.
India’s series victory against South Africa, in the six-match one-day international, has made them stand at number one position.
Indian cricket has never had such success. The men’s team has won and sealed the one-day series against South Africa and our women cricket team is all over the South African women’s side.