Monthly Archive: September 2016

Sep 29

Pakistan v West Indies T20I Series, 2016/17

The West Indies are on a high after beating England in the 2016 ICC World Twenty20 by four wickets. Pakistan came into the tournament looking poor and got worse, with losses to India, New Zealand and Australia failing to see them get beyond the group stages. Clash of the Titans The T20I series in the …

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Sep 23

Australia v Ireland ODI Match, 2016/17

The 2015 One Day International Last year’s One Day International between Ireland and Australia took place in Belfast and saw the Australians enjoy a convincing victory over the Irish team. The Australian team boasted the impressive combined might of Joe Burns and David Warner, with both being instrumental in the win. Burns and Warner set …

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Sep 20

Afghanistan in Bangladesh ODI Series, 2016/17

From 25th September to 1st October 2016 at Mirpur’s Sher-e-Bangla National Cricket Stadium, Afghanistan will be welcomed by Bangladesh. During this event, Bangladesh and Afghanistan will play three One-Day Internationals (ODIs). The first bilateral series Speaking about the series, chairman of the Afghanistan Cricket Board Nasimullah Danish said that this will be the first-ever series …

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Sep 14

New Zealand in India Test Series, 2016/17

The New Zealand cricket team is set to begin its tour of India later this month, which will continue late into October. With five One Day Internationals and three test matches, the schedule is packed and both teams will have to be on top form throughout. The three test matches will be played in Kanpur, …

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Sep 07

Bath Rugby Stalwarts Watson and Joseph Commit To Club

Fans looking to buy rugby shirts with these club stalwarts’ names on them will get another few seasons worth of wear from them, after the two backs committed their futures to the West Country club. Versatile Players Utility back, Watson, just 22 years old, has scored 12 tries for his club from 67 appearances in …

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