India prevailed over England in the final of a compelling 2013 ICC Champions Trophy tournament in England and Wales. Here are three takeaways from the event, writes Peter Della Penna.
For those in the U.S. who have had an interest in cricket piqued by catching a glimpse of the World Twenty20, the three-hour cricket spectacle may be coming live to a ground near you next summer, writes Peter Della Penna.
Like the Big Dance, major ICC events such the World Cup and the World Twenty20 are about giving as many teams as possible a chance to bust a move, writes Peter Della Penna
Guyanese native Nezam Hafiz was well on his way to realizing a cricketer's dream in America when his life was cut short on 9/11, writes Peter Della Penna
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Quite simply, the paltry attendance at the Cricket World Cup does not suit the big-time stage. And this needs to change.
The Associate teams know that winning the World Cup is unrealistic, but give them a chance.
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