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You might be wondering where the Ashes Cricket articles, the Cricket Captain reports and the events of International cricket overviews been. Well don’t fear I am still hear alive as ever! However, due to an upcoming exam in two weeks (I’m 15 by the way for those asking which might be none of you but it just helps to know), time is not at the moment falling my way and unfortunately I have not posted since last week. There will be a short lull in posts and I apologise for that whilst I prepare and then complete my exam but after that look forward to plenty of Cricket content coming your way.

This may include:

Ashes Cricket Global Test Championship report of England’s adventures at Old Trafford against the Caribbean fellows of West Indies.

Ashes Cricket Career Mode

Cricket Captain 2018 Australian Journey

T20 , ODI, Test and Domestic Opinions and Reports

IPL Previews

Any other Cricket content really…

Thanks for the continued support, advice and guidance and I hope you understand my decision and I look forward to be posting once again!

 

 

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Australian way for saying EXTRAS!

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With the disappointing ODI series loss to India rumbling on, New Zealand have named two debutants for their T20I Squad which will face India between February 6 to 10. Rotation was key in selection as captain Kane Williamson returns but Trent Boult is rested. However, they have surprisingly left out in form batsman Henry Nicholls and allrounder Jimmy Neesham for Daryl Mitchell (not the Worcestershire captain) and Blair Tickner.

http://www.espncricinfo.com/story/_/id/25881371/daryl-mitchell-blair-tickner-make-nz-t20-squad

Leg Bye: Laurie Evans’s continued his scintillating form in the Bangladesh Premier League with a man of the match 76 NO for the Rajshahi Kings. Evans has scored 339 runs during 11 matches with a highest score of 104 NO with 2 half centuries and 1 ton at a impressive average of 37.66. 

http://www.espncricinfo.com/series/8653/report/1169416/rajshahi-kings-vs-sylhet-sixers-38th-match-bangladesh-premier-league-2018-19

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No Ball: Cameron Boyce had been in good form with the ball for the Melbourne Renegades and had shown glimpses of big hitting from the spinning allrounder in previous games but his innings against Sydney Thunder got him the spotlight. 51NO from 22 deliveries boosting the Renegades up to 140 before taking 2 wickets to beat the Thunder by 27 runs. 

https://live.cricket.com.au/match/2205/44015/melbourne-renegades-men-vs-sydney-thunder-men-kfc-bbl-08/scorecard

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Wide: England’s one day specialist Alex Hales had been playing in the Bangladesh Premier League for the Rangpur Riders with one century and two half centuries at a strike rate of 167.03. However, frustratingly for Hales he has sustained a back injury ruling him out of the rest of the BPL and putting his place for the One day tour of West Indies in doubt.

http://www.espncricinfo.com/story/_/id/25891502/alex-hales-suffers-shoulder-injury-bpl-stint-rangpur-riders

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4 Wides: Rassie van der Dussen’s South African ODI series debut against Pakistan was a dream showing which has surely established his World Cup squad. Scoring 241 runs in four innings at an average of 120.50 with three half centuries including a 93NO. His aggressive hitting and ability to see out a winning performance when chasing has boosted his stocks for the Proteas. 

http://www.espncricinfo.com/southafrica/content/player/337790.html

Ton up: Paras Khadka has become a national hero! A maiden ODI ton against UAE in their ODI series led his team to a memorable victory in an emphatic chase. His landmark moment was also Nepal’s first ever ODI century which will live long in the players and fans dream as the century capped off a series victory, their first, since gaining ODI status.

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http://www.espncricinfo.com/series/19082/report/1170456/undefined