Free Press Journal
  • Kohli retains top spot in ICC Test rankings 

    The Indian captain, who has scored 544 runs in his eight innings this series, is 11th in the list of best ever in terms of rating points, just one adrift of a group of four – Gary Sobers, Clyde Walcott, Vivian Richards and Kumar Sangakkara.

  • Emmerson Mnangagwa wins landmark Zimbabwe Presidential Elections

    Harare: Zimbabwe President Emmerson Mnangagwa, a former ally of Robert Mugabe, narrowly won the country’s landmark election, results showed today, in an outcome set to fuel fraud allegations as security forces patrolled the streets to prevent protests.

  • LOL! Pakistan bowler Hasan Ali just proved celebrating a wicket can be injurious to health

    Fast bowlers are known for celebrating their wickets and different bowlers have different styles. Bowlers celebrate their success after bagging a wicket during a cricket match, however, there are very rare incidents when bowlers get injured while celebrating a wicket. But one such incident happened during 2nd ODI of ongoing Pakistan vs Zimbabwe series.

  • From Australia to Zimbabwe; lowest scores by Test playing nations in history

    We see many records made and broken in cricket, every team and players have been involved in achieving something great, but there are some records which no one is proud of, here are the lowest total runs scored by every cricket team in the history of cricket.

  • World T20 number 1 spot on line with Australia, Pakistan and Zimbabwe tri-series

    Harare: Australia, Pakistan and Zimbabwe meet in a T20 tri-series starting in Harare tomorrow with the world number one ranking on the line in the sport’s shortest format. Pakistan travel to Zimbabwe as the world’s top rated team but if the Australians are able to put their torrid tour of England behind them they could claim that status for themselves.

  • Zimbabwe players likely to boycott T20I tri-series

    Harare : Zimbabwe players have threatened to boycott the upcoming T20I tri-series against Pakistan and Australia from July, 1 if their outstanding salaries and match fees were not cleared by June 25.

  • Rajput looks to replicate Afghan success with Zimbabwe

    Mumbai : Lalchand Rajput is determined to bring back glorious days of a struggling Zimbabwe just like he transformed Afghanistan cricket team. Rajput was recently appointed as Zimbabwe’s interim head-coach as he replaced Heath Streak, who was sacked.

  • Waugh steps down as Aussie selector   

    Sydney : Australian cricket great Mark Waugh on Tuesday quit as a national selector to take up a television commentary role as broadcasters jockey for top talent after a new rights deal was agreed.

  • Lynn says he is not fully fit

    Kolkata : Kolkata Knight Riders (KKR) explosive opener Chris Lynn, who was on Tuesday ignored for Australia’s upcoming limited-overs tours of the United Kingdom and Zimbabwe due to a dodgy shoulder, admitted he is not fully fit and hence is restricted on the field while playing in the Indian Premier League (IPL).

  • England overtake India to take top ODI spot

    Dubai : England have overtaken India to seize the top spot in the ICC ODI team rankings following the annual update. England’s rise up the table is largely because of a forgettable 2014-15 season which saw them winning only seven out of 25 ODIs against other Full Members.

  • Don’t need to use my back as my arms can do the job: Dhoni

    Mohali : Mahendra Singh Dhoni’s powerful forearms won many a matches for India and no wonder the former India captain has confidence to clear the boundary even when he is suffering from excruciating back pain.

  • Australia to tour Zimbabwe for T20I tri-series

    Melbourne: Australia are all set to travel to Zimbabwe for the first time in four years when they play in the T20I tri-series, also featuring Pakistan, in July this year.

  • SL aims to extend domination over Bangladesh

    Colombo : Hosts Sri Lanka will aim to continue their recent domination against a beleaguered Bangladesh when the two teams meet in the Nidahas Twenty20 Trophy here today.