Dinesh Karthik opens Chinnappampatti Natarajan Cricket Academy 2023

Monday, June 26th, Dinesh Karthik inaugurated T Natarajan’s cricket academy in Chinnappampatti. The wicketkeeper for Royal Challengers Bangalore (RCB) posted four images on Twitter congratulating the left-arm pacer on his new academy. Natarajan’s lifelong ambition was to establish a cricket academy in his birthplace for young and aspiring players. The SRH pacer desired to provide

Chess has taught me patience when playing cricket 2023

Yuzvendra Chahal, an India leg-spinner, thinks competitive chess has helped him stay patient in his cricket career. In the Global Chess League, Chahal is SG Alpine Warriors’ ambassador. Chess taught me patience and gave me my first jerseys. “And that helps me in my cricket because sometimes you may bowl well but not get a

Williamson still wants the World Cup 2023

Kane Williamson is taking his recovery from a right knee injury “week-to-week” and hopes to participate in the 2023 ODI World Cup. Williamson, who damaged his ACL while fielding for Gujarat Titans against Chennai Super Kings in the opening game of IPL 2023 on March 31 and underwent surgery in early April, said he prioritized

Morgan, Knight, Goswami in MCC World Cricket Committee 2023

Jhulan Goswami, Heather Knight, and Eoin Morgan are the newest members of the MCC’s global cricket committee prior to the organization’s Monday and Tuesday meeting at Lord’s. However, Alastair Cook has resigned from the committee “to focus on the final years of his glittering playing career,” leaving it with 14 members. “We are delighted to

PCB official departs to assist USA Cricket 2023

Longtime Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) member Shoaib Naveed has left his post to advise with USA Cricket. Naveed has held several PCB jobs for years. He was PSL project manager from 2014 to 2016. COO of Islamabad United from 2016 till 2020. PSL Marketing and Sales Manager. He served as PSL Project Executive for a

Brad Sweet earns $2,500 in High Bank Nationals night two 2023

Night two of the World of Outlaws Sprint Car Series High Bank Nationals took place on Thursday at Brandon, South Dakota’s Huset’s Speedway. After finishing sixteenth on the opening night and earning $1,500, Grass Valley native Brad Sweet advanced to eighth place and earned $2,500. James McFadden of Roth Motorsports did not qualify on Wednesday