Free Press Journal
  • CPL 2018: Steve Smith’s campaign with Barbados Tridents ends with abdominal injury

    Melbourne: Former Australian skipper Steve Smith has been forced to cut short his Caribbean Premier League (CPL) stint with Barbados Tridents owing to an abdominal injury. The 29-year-old has appeared in seven matches for his team in the ongoing T20 league, but he will now miss the rest of the tournament owing to the injury.

  • GUY vs BAR CPL 2018 Match 6: FPJ’s dream XI for Guyana Amazon Warriors and Barbados Tridents

    Caribbean Premier League 2018 6th T20 match between Barbados Tridents vs Guyana Amazon Warriors on August 13 at Providence Stadium, Guyana. In last match Guyana Amazon Warriors won against St Kitts and Nevis Patriots, all thanks to fabulous batting of Shimron Hetmyer who scored 79 from 45 deliveries proved enough to clinch a victory by 6 wickets and 21 balls to spare.

  • GAW vs St Kitts and Nevis Patriots CPL 2018 Match 2: FPJ’s dream XI for Guyana Amazon Warriors and St Kitts and Nevis Patriots

    The craze of the Caribbean Premier League has started. Yesterday, the first match of the tournament saw Trinbago Knight Riders defeating St Lucia Stars by 100 runs. In the second match, Guyana Amazon Warriors (Warriors) will play against St Kitts and Nevis Patriots (Patriots). The match will start from 3:30 am in India tomorrow (August 10) and will be available to watch on Star Sports 2 and Star Sports 2 HD channel.

  • Hopefully I would play the World Cup: Bravo

    Chennai : Out of national of reckoning for a while now, West Indies allrounder Dwayne Bravo is hoping to get a chance to play for his country at next year’s World Cup after the two-time champions qualified for the 50 over quadrennial event to be held in England.

  • CPL chief warns against clash with English T20 tournament

    Although English cricket has the Twenty20 Blast involving all 18 first-class counties, ECB chiefs have long looked enviously at more ‘attractive’ franchise T20 tournaments such as the hugely lucrative Indian Premier League or Australia’s Big Bash.

  • Afghanistan spin star Rashid Khan to play for Adelaide Strikers in Big Bash League

    Adelaide: Afghanistan’s spin sensation Rashid Khan will play for the Adelaide Strikers in Australia’s Twenty20 Big Bash League later this year, the club said today. The 18-year-old, who was one of the most successful bowlers in this year’s Indian Premier League, will become the first Afghan to feature at the tournament.

  • CPL 2017: Kieron Pollard loses cool, ends up fighting with Rahkeem Cornwall; watch video

    West Indies all-rounder Kieron Pollard got involved in a verbal spat with world’s heaviest cricketer Rahkeem Cornwall during the Caribbean Premier League match between Barbados Tridents and St Lucia Stars. Chasing 196, Stars’ batsman Cornwall took on Barbados bowling attack but after a fiery 44-ball 78, Cornwall walked out of the field citing the reason as retire hurt and that left Pollard absolutely furious.

  • PCB recalls 13 players from CPL, County Championship for World XI series

    Karachi: The Pakistan Cricket Board has called back centrally contracted players, besides the ones in contention for selection for the upcoming World XI series next month, from their ongoing Caribbean Premier League (CPL) and English county stints.

  • Amla-Bravo set new T20 world record stand

    Port of Spain : South Africa’s Hashim Amla and Dwayne Bravo of the West Indies set a new world record for a fifth-wicket stand in Twenty20 cricket of 150 in the Caribbean Premier League on Friday.

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    Terse message to Vijay Mallya

    Employees accuse King of Loot of damaging the image of the country on his ‘No Regret’remark.

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    Sunil Narine open to Tests once action improves

    Port of Spain (Trinidad): Embattled off-spinner Sunil Narine could soon be available again for the West Indies in the longest version of cricket but first wants to continue fine-turning his action.

  • Kamran keen to make comeback into Pak squad

    Karachi: Out-of-favour wicketkeeper-batsman Kamran Akmal has expressed that he wants to regain his place in the Pakistan squad, insisting that he will always have the desire and passion to play for the national side. Kamran believes that he has been performing well in the domestic cricket even before the 2015 edition of Caribbean Premier League (CPL). He further said that it was upto the selectors to select the best players for the

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    Might retire after India series if it happens: Misbah-ul-Haq

    New Delhi : Well aware that he has reached the business end of his international cricket career, Pakistan Test captain Misbah ul Haq is planning to call time if the much-awaited series against arch-rivals India happens at the end of the year.