Free Press Journal
  • Australia set record run chase to beat Black Caps

    Auckland : Australia completed the highest run chase in Twenty20 history to beat New Zealand by five wickets and maintain their unbeaten record in the T20 tri-series in Auckland on Friday.

  • Sachin Tendulkar made T20 Mumbai League’s brand ambassador

    Mumbai: Cricket icon Sachin Tendulkar has been made the brand ambassador of the upcoming T20 Mumbai League and he feels the league will provide a fine platform for the talented cricketers of the megapolis.

  • Live Scores, Match updates, Commentary: India vs South Africa, 6th ODI at Centurion

    India, the newly ranked No 1 ODI team in the world has done what no Indian team had done before and won its maiden series in South Africa. The men in blue led by Virat Kohli have fired on all cylinders and in Kuldeep Yadav and Yuzvendra Chahal, the visitors have totally outplayed hosts South Africa.

  • Australia vs New Zealand T20I: Martin Guptill’s hundred takes Black Caps to 243/6

    Auckland: Century-maker Martin Guptill became the highest-scoring player in Twenty20 international history as New Zealand pummelled Australia’s attack to set a 244-run target in the fifth match of the T20 tri-series today. Guptill plundered nine sixes and six fours to score 105 off 54 balls as New Zealand finished on 243 for six after winning the toss and electing to bat at Eden Park.

  • India eye 5-1 as hosts South Africa aims consolation

    Centurion : A historic series triumph sealed, India are expected to put their bench strength to test while a vanquished South Africa would aim for a consolatory win when the two sides square off in the sixth and final ODI, here today.

  • Eves look to continue dominance

    East London (South Africa) : A perfect start achieved, the Indian women’s cricket team would look to continue its supremacy over South Africa when the two sides clash in the second Twenty20 International, here today.

  • We are focused on winning a world title: Jhulan 

    Kolkata : Down with a heel injury, veteran pacer Jhulan Goswami on Thursday said winning a World Cup title remains her ultimate dream and the Indian team would first look to reach the semifinals at the women’s World T20 when it is held in November this year.