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Sarah Waris

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About Me

This postgraduate in English Literature has taken on the tough task of limiting the mystic world of cricket to a few hundred words. She spends her hours gorging on food and blabbering nineteen to the dozen while awaiting the next sporting triumph.

11-Jun-2019 AB de Villiers is not above the game of cricket

The former South Africa captain's attempt to play in the 2019 Cricket World Cup in England without putting in the hours is selfish and inconsiderate.

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29-May-2019 7 impact players making their World Cup debut

The 2019 Cricket World Cup could be decided by the performances of these exciting young players.

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15-May-2019 A review of RCB in IPL 2019

The Wooden Spoon holders, Royal Challengers Bangalore, recovered from a bad start to the season, but could never do enough.

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22-Mar-2019 6 uncapped players to watch out for in IPL 2019

The 12th season of the Indian Premier League will witness a new crop of uncapped players whose performances will be eagerly anticipated.

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01-Mar-2019 World Cup worries for India

India need to resolve these issues in their ODI side ahead of the 2019 Cricket World Cup.

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21-Feb-2019 The rise of Smriti Mandhana

The new superstar of Indian cricket, the opener of the women's team has improved greatly since her impressive debut.

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07-Feb-2019 The return of fast bowling all-rounders

After a lull, there are suddenly a lot of players who can bat well and bowl fast in international cricket.

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18-Jan-2019 The ODI XI of 2018

India dominate the ODI team of the year, with players from England, South Africa, New Zealand, Sri Lanka, Afghanistan and Zimbabwe getting a look in.

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12-Jan-2019 The evolution of Bumrah the Test bowler

Once considered a T20 and ODI specialist, the Indian fast bowler has made his mark in Test cricket as well.

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28-Dec-2018 India's tail end woes

Against England and now Australia, India's bowlers have found it difficult to score runs and dismiss the opposite team's tail-enders.

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