It started before the first test at the Gabba – but in reality audiences tuned in on November 21, 2013. Never would anyone – even the Australian fans – have picked such an accomplished demolition job of the opposition as the final result. Continue reading Cricket: England’s tour from hell is over
Having come into the opening test with a batting line-up that had the critics wondering, Australia took the match by storm with an impressive 381 run win. Continue reading Cricket: The Ashes: England mesmerised by shining Australian outfit
Sports teams need leaders. Whether it be a captain, or an experienced head, someone on the field needs to be able to take charge and encourage.
England captain Alastair Cook, New Zealand opener Martin Guptill and West Indian whirlwind Chris Gayle continue to light up stadiums around the world with powerful performances, and are three such players who are not only leaders for their team, but also their country.
Since taking over the test captaincy from Andrew Strauss in August of 2012, Cook immediately established himself as a captain who could also be tasked to perform at the top of the order. Continue reading Cricket: Players In Focus: Alastair Cook, Martin Guptill and Chris Gayle