AB: The Amazing AB de Villiers Autobiography

Last Sunday, a friend gifted me a copy of AB de Villier’s autobiography “AB” for my birthday. I have only managed to read three chapters but two things have already blown my mind. AB has spoken with God. Not once, but twice. AB has clarified claims about him being the greatest sportsman Read More …

1 Tip 1 Hand meets Nasser Hussain!

The Royal London One-Day Cup Final takes place at Lords on Saturday, the 17th of September. Eighteen teams have been jousting since June and the last teams standing are Warwickshire and Surrey. Warwickshire were runners-up in 2014 and Surrey came second in 2015. With this bound to be the last Read More …

Sachin Tendulkar: How one man changed cricket

The other day my cricket team was discussing whether there was any one person who had definitively influenced the game of cricket. If you have ever met me or have read this blog, you already know my answer. It was Sachin Tendulkar. Why, they asked? “Sachin Tendulkar made cricket what it is Read More …

5 reasons why Anil Kumble is the right coach for Team India

While Brexit votes are still being cast, the more important result has already been declared today – Anil Kumble is the Indian team’s new head coach for the next one year beating the likes of Ravi Shastri, Stuart Law, Sandeep Patil, Pravin Amre, Tom Moody and 53 other applicants. Given Read More …