Saturday, September 26, 2009

ICL players will play in KKR Indian premier league club

ICL players are like to play with any IPL cricket club. These kinds of information may not sweet news for the commissioner of Indian Premier League. This is going to happen in Bengal cricket club Kolkata Knight Riders. Former Bengal Cricket captain Deep Dasgupta as well as Rohan Gavaskar and G Vignesh will take part in three practices match against the Champions League Twenty20 visiting club on the side to KKR. It seems to me that BCCI would show offensive mood without amnesty players will play any IPL team or it could happen that he already has applied just waiting for sign up.

"My availability for the matches will depend on CAB. I am in talks with Knight Riders and it's still in early stage. I am yet to sign a contract," Dasgupta told PTI.
"It will be a good exposure in Knight Riders and I am looking forward to play under 'Dada' (Ganguly) once again.

In the most popular Bengal TV channel KKR skipper Sourav Ganguly is being showing as an anchor in one of the popular reality show Deep Dasgupta was seen there too in a show for an especial episode. When Dasgupta look very intimacy with Ganguly (may be for personal reason and played long time in the Bengal Cricket Club). There is nothing newly introduce about Rohan Gavaskar. He is the son of retired Indian players Sunil Gavaskar.

Wednesday, September 23, 2009

Sri Lanka gets first win in Champions Trophy 2009

Sri Lankan batsmen’s strong batting pulled them on the top of the group standing table. At the SuperSport Park, Centurion they beat the host in Duckworth-Lewis method. Due to rain that match has opted. South Africa could play 37.4 overs but lost 7 wickets. On the other hands Sri Lanka throw a big target of 319 urns. Though South Africa started well, they had to loss the early wicket of the opener HM Amla’s wicket just for 9 runs. GC Smith’s quickest fifty blow the run rate. When he reached at 58 runs personally, b Mendis showed him the way of pavilion. JH Kallis scored 41 runs.

On the side of Sri Lanka team TM Dilshan scored 107 runs and skipper KC Sangakkara’s 54 and former captain Jayawardene 77 runs helps them to make a big scored losing 8 wickets. DW Steyn and WD Parnell picked up two wickets each and Mendis from the sri lankan side took 3 wickets and Malinga and Mathews picket up two wickets each.

Monday, September 21, 2009

Australian team for ICC Champions Trophy 2009

Australia has on form at this moment and entering to the champions trophy ground with of strength. The squad will show their movement under Ricky Ponting’s captaincy. It is a big come back to the form before the Champions Trophy 2009 of 6-1 wins over the host country England.

Australia, the defending champions is determined to show brilliant performances in this season too. May be this is the most combined team of the ICC trophy 2009. Brett Lee has back to the team. Australia is on the Group A and in the group they have to overcome India,Pakistan and West Indies.

bbc wrote:
Batsman Callum Ferguson has shades of Michael Bevan about him, with the ability to score quickly in the middle order, while the lusty hitting of Cameron White and James Hopes means Andrew Symonds' presence isn't missed as much as it might have been.

Weakest point of the team is Andrew Symonds absent but Western Australia batsman Adam Voges is the new capped player who just has played two oneday international matches.
We all know that the world number one wicket keeper Adam Gilchrist has said good-bye from international cricket. Brad Haddin who is a real alternative of Gilchrist, scored 1,490 runs from 53 matches.

Squad: Ricky Ponting (capt), Michael Clarke, Nathan Bracken, Callum Ferguson, Nathan Hauritz, Ben Hilfenhaus, James Hopes, Mike Hussey, Mitchell Johnson, Brett Lee, Tim Paine (wk), Peter Siddle, Adam Voges, Shane Watson, Cameron White.