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As Haryana police DSP COVID-19 is one of a kind challenge, claims Joginder Sharma 28.3.2020 SportsCafe.in
Former India quick Joginder Sharma has declared his experience of taking on COVID 19 as a DSP in Haryana police as one of a kind challenge. Sharma, who joined the police force after retiring from cricket, is best known for the famous last over of the T20 World Cup 2007 final, won by India.
New Zealand cricket will survive pandemic through breezy ways 28.3.2020 SportsCafe.in
Place a bunch of essentially different people together you’ll see how differently they react to dire situations, take the coronavirus-induced pandemic for example. Some have gone insane staying indoors, some are just enjoying their extended lifestyle and the rest are simply bored. 
Break in season welcome for India's players, says coach 28.3.2020 Reuters: Top News
The pause in cricket due to the coronavirus pandemic will allow India's jaded players to recharge their batteries, according to head coach Ravi Shastri.
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Sachin Tendulkar was reason I started playing cricket, reveals Hanuma Vihari 28.3.2020 SportsCafe.in
Indian right-hand batsman Hanuma Vihari says Indian batting legend Sachin Tendulkar was the reason he started playing cricket and revealed that he used to cry and unplug the TV when the master blaster got out. Vihari made his Test debut for India at the Oval in the autumn of 2018 against England.
Sports-On this day... March 29 28.3.2020 Reuters: Cricket News
RUGBY SEVENS - New Zealand's Jonah Lomu evades several attempted tackles from Sri Lankan defenders during his side's 75-0 victory at the Hong Kong International Rugby Sevens.
Sports-On this day... March 29 28.3.2020 Reuters: Cricket News
RUGBY SEVENS - New Zealand's Jonah Lomu evades several attempted tackles from Sri Lankan defenders during his side's 75-0 victory at the Hong Kong International Rugby Sevens.
Dane Piedt ends South Africa career; migrates to USA as a professional player 28.3.2020 Cricket: Live Cricket Scores, News, Schedule, Stats, Videos, Results - Mykhel
Johannesburg, March 28: Off-spinner Dane Piedt, who made nine appearances for South Africa, has ended his Proteas career and will now relocate to the US with whom he dreams about playing the World Cup. Piedt took to Twitter and
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South Africa’s Dane Piedt to pursue career in USA 28.3.2020 SportsCafe.in
South African off-spinner Dane Piedt has ended his association with the Proteas and will move to the United States in order to pursue a career with the blue nation. The 30-year-old admitted that the decision was a tough one, but revealed that he hopes of playing in the 50-over World Cup one day.
Dhoni's India ambitions might be over: Harsha Bhogle 28.3.2020 Sports News: Cricket News, Latest updates on Tennis, Football, Badminton, WWE Results & more
"My gut feel is that his (Dhoni's) India ambitions might be over. I don't think Dhoni would have been looking to September-October for the T20 World Cup. Maybe if he just had a great IPL but my gut feel is that was beyond him," Bhogle said. MS Dhoni last played for India at the 2019 World Cup in England where the Men in Blue were knocked out in the semi-finals.
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Forced Break "Welcome Rest" For India Players: Ravi Shastri 28.3.2020 NDTV Sports - Cricket
Ravi Shastri said the break forced by the coronavirus pandemic will give the India players a chance to re-energise themselves.
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Piedt quits South Africa cricket to chase American dream 28.3.2020 Sports News: Cricket News, Latest updates on Tennis, Football, Badminton, WWE Results & more
In an unusual move, South Africa off-spinner Dane Piedt is giving up his career in the ICC elite member nation and will move to the USA, with dreams of guiding the associate into a World Cup one day.
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Ongoing break a 'welcome rest' for India players: Ravi Shastri 28.3.2020 Sports News: Cricket News, Latest updates on Tennis, Football, Badminton, WWE Results & more
According to head coach Ravi Shastri, the players may use the free time to re-energise themselves, especially after a gruelling New Zealand tour where India played five T20Is, three ODIs and two Tests.
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Sourav Ganguly inducted into ICC Board as India’s representative, states ICC 28.3.2020 SportsCafe.in
In the first of its kind, the ICC held its meeting via teleconference, where BCCI president Sourav Ganguly was inducted into ICC’s Board of members as India’s representative. The ICC thanked Cricket Australia for their success of hosting the Women’s T20 World Cup and also made contingency planning.
Bangladesh cricket needs to return to stability as a team, asserts Tamim Iqbal 28.3.2020 SportsCafe.in
Recently-appointed ODI skipper Tamim Iqbal reckons his Bangladesh side needs to reverse the team’s downward trend and return to stability as a team. Tamim hopes that his young squad can gain confidence with wins against some big teams and improve their game by following examples set by the seniors. 
It’s a ‘welcome rest’ for India players, says Shastri about the ongoing break 28.3.2020 Xtratime
XtraTime Web Desk: Indian cricket team Head Coach Ravi Shastri feels the halt of cricket owing to the COVID-19 pandemic is a “welcome rest” for Indian cricketers, who has barely stayed at home for only 10 or 11 days since the World Cup which ended May last year. As with other sports across the world, cricket has […]
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Uncertainty around IPL puts a cloud over MS Dhoni's future 28.3.2020 Sports News: Cricket News, Latest updates on Tennis, Football, Badminton, WWE Results & more
MS Dhoni trained in Ranchi in the lead up to IPL 2020 and also led their training camp in Chennai before the IPL was postponed due to the outbreak of coronavirus. Dhoni has been out of action since India's semifinal exit in the World Cup in July last year.
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ICC, BCCI to head into arbitration over money due to India 27.3.2020 Sports News: Cricket News, Latest updates on Tennis, Football, Badminton, WWE Results & more
BCCI president Sourav Ganguly, on Friday, attended his first board meeting of the ICC as India's representative. The matter regarding the payment of US$23.7m that is due to BCCI from the ICC in lieu of the 2016 World T20 will now be referred to the governing body's dispute resolution committee. It has been a bone of contention for over 3 years now.
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ICC Board discussed about contingency plan, Sourav Ganguly takes part from BCCI 27.3.2020 Xtratime
XtraTime Web Desk: ICC’s board on Friday discussed about various contingency plans for its tournaments including the forthcoming World T20 and World Test Championship in the wake of deadly Covid-19 pandemic that has brought cricket to a standstill. BCCI president Sourav Ganguly was India’s representative when it was being speculated that a former Board president would attend the […]
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Never imagined to see packed stadium for Women's final, reveals Mithali Raj 27.3.2020 SportsCafe.in
Mithali Raj has said that she never imagined seeing a stadium packed to the rafters for the finals of a Women's tournament. On March 8, this year, a record total of 86,174 people attended the final of the ICC Women's T20 World Cup between India and Australia at the Melbourne Cricket Ground.
ICC Board discusses contingency plan, Sourav Ganguly represented BCCI 27.3.2020 Sports News: Cricket News, Latest updates on Tennis, Football, Badminton, WWE Results & more
With the sporting world currently under lockdown due to coronavirus pandemic, the ICC on Friday discussed various contingency plans for its flagship tournaments. "The impact of the pandemic on the sport globally was discussed," an ICC release stated. A couple of Board members felt that T20 World Cup in Australia is not under threat. BCCI president Sourav Ganguly represented India in the meeting.
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