why we go bonkers over cricket

By S Murlidharan One can never imagine that a day will come when Sachin will touch second century of test matches but his determination made it possible. On a day when Sachin Tendulkar is being feted on the eve of his retirement, marking the sunset of his illustrious career, it would be an act of party-pooping, nay heresy to say anything against cricket and cricketers. But the youth of this country especial ...

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Pakistan Hokey won Asian Champions Trophy by 3-1

  By Rida Zaheer KAKAMIGAHARA: Asian Defender, Pakistani Hockey Team, on Sunday succesffuly retained its title defeating hosts Japan by 3-1. Pakistani team played excellently and made  of two field goals in the final match of the third Asian Champions Trophy field hockey tournament being played in Japan's Kakamighara city. The Japanese team took an aggressive start scoring one goal to take the lead in ...

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Gareth Bale, the world`s most expensive player

Madrid: Come back in sports do provide a chance to an individual or the team to put hard work and appear on the top. It proved true in the case of Bela who returned into the sports.  Gareth Bale, the world`s most expensive player, is hoping to kickstart his career with Real Madrid after returning to action in their 2-0 win over Malaga on Saturday. The Welshman was introduced as a substitute with just 13 min ...

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Georgia Tigers’ Win its sixth Victory

American games upset 7 Georgia validates the Tigers' perfect first half has beaten has Missouri's . The win, its sixth, exceeds Missouri's win total from the entire 2012 season – a year defined by a slew of injuries on the offensive side of the ball. The victory also vaults Missouri to the top spot in the Southeastern Conference East Division at the midway point; in turn, this throws the Tigers' name into t ...

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Indian Cricket Star Rahul Dravid

He was called the gentlemen's gentleman. Whoever branded cricket the gentleman's game decades ago must have foreseen someone like him gracing the sport in the future. He was called “The Wall” for his robust, rock-solid, and near-impregnable defence while batting. He was called the epitome of the spirit of the game for his unblemished character. He was called the grammar of cricket for being the living incar ...

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Serena Williams Wins U.S. Open, 2013 Final

NEW YORK -- Serena Williams' big lead in the U.S. Open final suddenly was gone. Her serve was shaky. Her hard-hitting opponent, Victoria Azarenka, was presenting problems, and so was the gusting wind. A couple of foot-fault calls added to the angst. As a jittery Williams headed to the sideline after dropping a set for the first time in the tournament, she chucked her racket, which ricocheted onto the court. ...

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Rafael Nadal beats Novak Djokovic to win second US Open title

Rafael Nadal beat world number one Novak Djokovic in a pulsating four-set final to claim his second US Open title in New York. The Spaniard, 27, held on magnificently in the third set to go on and win a gripping contest 6-2 3-6 6-4 6-1 in three hours and 21 minutes. One incredible 54-shot rally - the longest in the tournament by 20 shots - summed up a battle that thrilled the 23,000 spectators in Arthur Ash ...

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Craig James out at Fox Sports Southwest

By Chip Patterson n the weeks leading up to the 2013 season, Fox Sports Southwest announced that Craig James, the former SMU star and college football broadcaster, would be joining the network's coverage of Big 12 football. On Monday, it was announced that James would be one-and-done with the Big 12 wrapup show. "Craig James will not be making any further appearances on Fox Sports Southwest's football cover ...

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