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Thursday, June 09, 2005

Ganguly at bat

...in Cardiff, where he is currently on 9 off 15 with two fours, in a Glamorgan score of 97/3 in response to Kent's massive 568.
Elsewhere, Pathan appears on the back of his batting heroics to have managed a tidy, if wicketless, spell of 12-3-25-0 for Middlesex, as Surrey moves to 157/2 in response to Middlesex' first innings score of 437.


  • Go Dada Go

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 13:03  

  • Prem,

    I suspect most visitors to your blog come here to see opinions/inside-info/analysis on cricket. Scores are available on a number of sites, along with detailed scorecards.

    Just an honest opinion.


    By Anonymous Nirmal, at 13:13  

  • Dada cranking it up now.
    Huge six.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 13:24  

  • I agree with Nirmal - there is always Cricinfo to find scores :). Let us just have this Blog to Cricket Analysis and debates/discussions on issues.

    Cheerios !

    By Blogger Thyaga, at 13:39  

  • I find the links to scorecards useful. i have to go mining in the cricinfo site to get the county score. this page keeps me just a click away.. thanks to prem.

    By Anonymous LabRat, at 13:51  

  • i agree. its useful to have the scores on one blog page. You dont have to go through all the cricinfo pages to find the right stuff.

    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 14:14  

  • Prem,

    I am not much of a cricinfo guy....I love the Readers Digest / Cliffs Notes version on your blog. I am primarily interested in Indian cricket(ers) and I get to see what's going on, on your blog. I'd much prefer to have you update those of us who are not too hard core. I guess, others can check cricinfo if they'd want to :-)


    By Anonymous Anonymous, at 14:26  

  • Prem, we need to look ahead, Saurav and sachin are done, I guess we need both of them to get the much needed break. For Saurav it might even be retirement, For sachin we need him to heal himself completely and not rush his reentry. He should play active domestic cricket for mumbai and then decide on his career.

    By Anonymous karthik, at 20:32  

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